DC Comics must move beyond its traditional business model if it really wants to attract new readers.
The female voices on The Great Gatsby’s soundtrack channel the hard-won feminist power of past generations.
Retailer incentives like variant covers are nothing new, but are being emphasized strongly in today’s market.
A week after Hurricane Sandy, it is clear that media presentations of white ethnic working-class “shore” populations are distinct from, yet overlapping with, both those of the more privileged and more visible Manhattan, and also those of the poorer and more disenfranchised Lower 9th Ward after Hurricane Katrina.
An audio interview with Chuck Klosterman, accompanied by a discussion of how his work not only blurs things that us cultural studies professors celebrate by taking “low” culture seriously, but also in a way that inevitably makes us nervous.
Joe Simon may not have had the name recognition of some of his contemporaries, but his impact on the comic book medium was profound.
The two words that political leaders, have resorted to in the wake of the riots that have spread throughout England since unrest in Tottenham last Saturday night, are “simple” and “criminality”. However, none of these crimes is simple.
Is the comics industry doomed or simply too insular?
Marvel Comics has quietly responded to the increased presence of Latinos in America with a corresponding, if tentative, increase in the number of Latino Marvel characters, as epitomized by this week’s debut of a new Spider-Girl series starring Puerto Rican Anya Sofia Corazon.
The rescue of a group of Chilean miners this week has become a media phenomenon. We want your opinion on it all.