IDW Publishing has reprinted the first three issues of ‘Frankenstein Alive, Alive!’ in a paperback collection that celebrates the story and the work of legendary artist Bernie Wrightson.
Gene Colan’s The Tomb of Dracula is a must-have for any comic book fan or historian or lover of art, sequential, horror, or otherwise.
If you’re looking to get a unique gift for that special person (or people) in your life, check out these ten badass women artists who are redefining what it means … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Here’s To Badass Women Artists
Day four of Fan Expo Canada 2017 starts with an early rise and shine, a cold shower, a healthy breakfast, and a cup (or two) of coffee. Grab your backpack … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada: Day 4 #FXC17
Two days of Fan Expo Canada have passed, and you’ve been a good little pop culture soldier. Perhaps you’ve got a full weekend pass. Perhaps this is your first day … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Day 3 #FXC17
So, how did things go yesterday? Did you find what was on your Holy Grail list? Thursdays are meant to be a sort of Fan Expo Canada scouting mission – … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Day 2 #FXC17
Artist John Bolton has had a long and storied career in comic books and sequential art. He made the jump from working in English magazines such as Warrior, to burgeoning … Continue reading #FXC17 Exclusive Interview: John Bolton On Horror, His Art & His Graphic Novel: Shame
It’s Day 1 of Fan Expo Canada 2017. Are you prepped? Let’s run through your pre-game checklist: A hardy breakfast and lunch Comfortable shoes A backpack A visit to the … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Day 1 Of #FXC17
There’s a well-known, partly tongue-in-cheek saying, that every Torontonian knows: The City of Toronto sees two seasons – winter and construction. With the gut-bursting pop culture excitement of this coming … Continue reading BBP! Guide To Fan Expo Canada 2017: Preview #FXC17
Sure, Jack Kirby’s a revered artist, and he created some of the best known comic characters around. Captain America and the Avengers and the Inhumans and the X-men, Galactus … Continue reading #Kirby 100: Jack and the Argo Nuts
In a comic book pop culture world where immense crossover events from the big two publishers, Marvel Comics and DC Comics, fill up all the headlines, smaller and cooler and … Continue reading Experience The Magic Of “Pop Gun War Volume 2: Chain Letter” On The Wednesday Run
Jack Kirby. His artistry was, and remains, so innovative and influential in the comic book zeitgeist that the industry named awards after him. Heck, they even named a visual image … Continue reading #Kirby100: BBP! Celebrates The King Jack Kirby All Summer Long