Scott Snyder talks Joker, Mark Waid talks the future of comics, and Superman: Red Son may have actually happened. It was anything but a dull week for comic books.
The Killing Joke was voted the best done-in-one Joker story of all time.
Scott Snyder considered killing someone in Death of the Family but decided against it.
SVP of DC Comic’s Marketing, John Cunningham, said their battle cry for 2013 would be “Superman and Sandman.”
Mark Waid talks reinventing comics at the Tools of Change for Publishing Conference 2013 in New York. [Video]
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Paul Levitz talked about comics future as well at the 2013 Singapore Toy, Games, and Comic Convention. [Video]
Photogenic Calvin and Hobbes computer wallpapers, perfect.
Kickstarter has a new app, help independent comic projects while buying groceries or sitting on the pot.
DC Comics hiring of someone pretty outspoken about their opinions towards homosexuality nearly broke the internet.
A Batman movie reboot is already being talked about, with or without a Justice League movie. Maybe. No one really knows.
There may be more to Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers and New Avengers than you think, at least one person thinks so.
Anyone else think of Superman: Red Son when that meteor hit Russia?
The Dexter comic has been delayed again. The one based on the book, not the show. So sorry…all 3 of you who care.
Dan DiDio apparently apologized to creators over the editorial issues at DC. In person. Not through email.
The next IDW Artist Edition will be The Best of EC Volume One. Wowzers.
Speaking of IDW, these guys tour the office and talk about those nice Artist Editions. [Video]
The 2013 New York Toy Fair looked like tons of fun.
New comic publisher Black Mask Studios, co-founded by Steve Niles, launches it’s first two titles this May.
The webcomic Wasteland is set in the post-apocalyptic Springfield of The Simpsons. Thought you might like.
Paul Cornell says we can expect “entirely new” things for Wolverine in his first arc at Marvel.