BRANDON GRAHAM CREATES
A SHARED SCI-FI UNIVERSE IN
IMAGE’S “8HOUSE”

The first series, launching later this year, is titled “8House: Kiem,” written by Graham and illustrated by Xurxo Penalta. “8House: Arclight” follows, also written by Graham and illustrated by Marian Churchland, who released the acclaimed graphic novel “Beast” in 2009. "Pretty Deadly" artist Emma Rios moves into the writer slot with third miniseries “8House: Mirror,” illustrated by Hwei Lim — Graham says each creator will own what they contribute under the “8House” banner.

BRANDON GRAHAM CREATES

A SHARED SCI-FI UNIVERSE IN

IMAGE’S “8HOUSE”

The first series, launching later this year, is titled “8House: Kiem,” written by Graham and illustrated by Xurxo Penalta. “8House: Arclight” follows, also written by Graham and illustrated by Marian Churchland, who released the acclaimed graphic novel “Beast” in 2009. "Pretty Deadly" artist Emma Rios moves into the writer slot with third miniseries “8House: Mirror,” illustrated by Hwei Lim — Graham says each creator will own what they contribute under the “8House” banner.

Patton Oswalt: How Would You Kill Superman?

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee | Crackle

More Alan Moore interview controversy. This is a long one but interesting. A response to AN EVENING WITH ALAN MOORE held on November 26, 2013. 

The entire interview can be listened to in full here!

Alan Moore: an extraordinary gentleman

As the latest instalment of Alan Moore’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Century 1969, is published, he discusses the evolution of modern culture, leaving his characters in the lurch and how tablet computers will transform the language of comics.

Alan Moore: an extraordinary gentleman

As the latest instalment of Alan Moore’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Century 1969, is published, he discusses the evolution of modern culture, leaving his characters in the lurch and how tablet computers will transform the language of comics.

thedailywhat:

In Case You Missed It of the Day: The second part of Stephen Colbert’s must-see sit-down with accidental-children’s-writer Maurice Sendak.

[colbertnation.]

See Also: Part 1.

This is absolutely awesome.

fuckyeahgrantmorrison:

fyeahclivebarker:

Clive Barker and Grant Morrison interview live at Meltdown Comics part 1

And here are parts 2 and 3.

Comic Book Club Cable/Deadpool Show

Reilly Brown, Fabian Nicieza, and Nicole Boose make an appearance on Comic Book Club discussing the fan-favorite Marvel Comics series Cable & Deadpool. Shot live 2/26/08 at The Peoples Improv Theater.

TONIGHT! Come to the PIT and see Reilly Brown and Kurt Christenson discuss their new creator-owned digital comic POWER PLAY!

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thedailywhat:

Google Talk of the Day: Got an hour to spare? No? What if I told you that hour would be spent watching Tina Fey discuss her new book Bossypants and be generally amazing in an Authors@Google interview with former CEO Eric Schmidt?

Thought so.

[mashable.]

'Bleeding House' Director Philip Gelatt Interview @ Robot6

philipgelatt:

Here’s an interview I did on the fantastic comic book blog Robot 6 in which I speak about The Bleeding House, filmmaking, and the differences between making a movie and making a comic.

Also it has photos of how miserable I looked while we were shooting.