Tag Archives: Walter Simonson

ED-CMYK: A Survey of RoboCop in Comics (Part One)

RoboCop moved from film to comics with an almost pre-programmed inevitability, which doesn’t make the resulting comics any less remarkable—or ironic. Continue reading

 

2014: New Comics, Old Problems

A generally positive TCJ columnist goes negative, finding something wrong with five recently-released comics: Seconds, Vertigo Quarterly, Ragnarớk, The Death of Archie, and Multiversity. He also answers the question: “Who is the best American-comics-influenced British writer?” Continue reading

 

“I Thought It Was Worth Doing, and That Was Enough”: The Walter Simonson Interview

The Thor and Manhunter artist talks about his new Artist’s Editions, Jack Kirby, Mike Mignola, Stephen King, and trying not to draw Peter Weller. Continue reading