Skip to main content


Archives - May 2013

 This morning brings the welcome and pleasant news that Peter David, writer of stuff, will be doing an in-depth conversation about comics and art with Danny Fingeroth on June 5 at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art. This news is appreciated for two reasons: One, Danny and Peter will have an epic discussion on comics issues; and two, I'm so happy to hear that Peter is recovering from the stroke he suffered at the end of 2012. It's good to see these two comics luminaries preparing for a talk. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door; you can purchase tickets here.  
Congratulations to Archie Comics and writer/artist Dan Parent for winning Outstanding Comic Book at the GLAAD Media Awards, which were held this past weekend. It's wonderful to see this series getting recognized for its great contributions.
An overstuffed youngster in a Captain America costume grabs the cake and jumps back to his coveted position, trying to balance the plate, the fork, and his comic books.   “How do you spell your name?” Gene Luen Yang asks, his Sharpie hovering over the cover of the Free Comic Book Day edition of Avatar. “With an X or a C?”   “A-L-E-X.”   “You’re better than Space Mountain,” his mother tells the Printz Prize-winning author of American Born Chinese. “We only had to wait an hour for that ride. We waited two-and-a-half hours to get inside here so we could meet you.”   
Exclusive preview of Law of the Desert Born Bantam Books was kind enough to offer us an exclusive five-page preview of their new graphic adaptation of Louis L'Amour's Law of the Desert Born, which is being published this fall.