All posts tagged: Comics

Best of 2018: Comics

12.29.18 Hey! Best of 2018 continues with Comics…According to Paste Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, and i09 here are the best comics that came this year. The 25 Best Comic Books of 2018 By Steve Foxe, Hillary Brown, Caitlin Rosberg & C.K. Stewart for Paste Magazine      The Best Comics of 2018 by Graeme McMillan for The Hollywood Reporter   The Best Comics of 2018  by James Whitbrook and Charles Pulliam-Moore for i09 Hope you enjoyed these articles and you probably have a few comics that can be added to the list.    Featured image: IGN.com   Advertisements

Shadow Tribute: Stan Lee

11.14.18 This post is a tribute to Stan Lee, who passed away Monday. Here is a guy who created the heroes and villains you see today. Generations have enjoyed and appreciated the stories and now a whole new generation can see the works. Here is a video tribute from Marvel and IMDB.  He has left an incredible legacy. Rest in peace, Mr. Lee. Hope you enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, be blessed. 

WkndUpdate: Comic Submissions from Image Comics

10.20.18 So you wanna write or draw for comic books? Well, I’m sure some of you have already known this, but for those who don’t, I’m going to pass along on how you can get your submissions into the comic or graphic novel world. Here is one for Image Comics. This is from their submissions page, just a peek at what they expect. Credit source: Image Comics HOW TO SUBMIT TO IMAGE COMICS: Image Comics only publishes creator-owned material. We do not contract creators; we’re only interested in publishing original content for which you would retain all rights. Please do not submit any work that utilizes already-existing characters—Image characters or otherwise—as they will automatically be declined. Image Comics publishes creator-owned/creator-generated properties and WE DON’T PAY PAGE RATES. Image takes a small flat fee off the books published and it will be the responsibility of the creators to determine the division of the remaining pay between their creative team members. Things often change from proposal to the printed page. If the intended title of your book is awkward or …