ARCHIVE PAGE 91 - Summer 2011
Previous posts that appeared on the front page of comic book brain.com
Sandoval Catwoman #15 Page
See this entire page enlarged. Rafa Sandoval artwork, Catwoman #15, Feb 2013.
Writing Comics with Doug Moench
Reprint of a 1972 Doug Moench/Russ Heath piece that appeared in "Midwest Magazine," view the whole page and an interesting story about Moench which includes American FIlm Critic Roger Ebert and journalist Bob Greene: Portzebie Blog
Step Forward with Alex Nino
Alex Nino art from "Old Samurai Never Die" from Weird War Tales #13, DC Comics 1972. View the entire page.
Batman for as far as the eye can see
I saw this hilarious image and exchange between SadieBlodgett and Varlandgear on Tumblr:
New DC reboot announcement:
EVERYONE IS BATMAN NOW. STAY TUNED FOR AN EXCITING BATMAN AND BATMAN TEAMUP FEATURING SPECIAL GUEST BATMAN.
Batmans as far as the eye can see."
New Losers Weepers from J. T. Yost
Continuation of the J. T. Yost series about "found" documents and the stories built around them, mostly with tragic characters hamstrung by bad situations and bad choices. Losers Weepers #3 from Birdcage Bottom Books. [Review to come.]
Yost also edited the trade-collection Digestate which is a food and eating comics anthology.
Wonder Woman: Francis Manapul
Saw this on Tumblr
Emily McGuiness: Ties
Ties is a full length, black and white graphic novel about what would happen if you had parents by mail.
Alex Toth Darby O Gill
Alex Toth "Darby O'Gill and the Little People" Disney adaptation. View the entire page.
Original Page May 18, 2011 | Updated July 2015
DC New Talent Showcase now open
Feb 2017: DC's effort to look at new artists is underway for the month of February (the writers workshop will be in March). To see the artist application page, go here: www.dccomicstalentworkshop.com
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