For a while now comic book heroes have been dominating the big screen and bursting into pop culture stronger than ever — and DC and Marvel, the publishing houses responsible, don’t want to stop anytime soon.
Dan Smolinski is something of a jack-of-all-trades — dabbling in art, comedy, quack wizardry (we’ll get back to that) and as of July 25, publishing.
DC Comics’ creative team is prepared to make this September “Forever Evil”.
Here are some of the best online comics for your reading pleasure this summer.
Riley Rossmo has illustrated for various big-hitters in the comic book industry from Marvel to Image Comics. The local artist, who grew up in Saskatoon and now lives in Calgary, currently has a small exhibit showing at Unreal City comic store in downtown Saskatoon.
It’s not uncommon for comic creators to dream about seeing their work on the screen, whether large or small. For local writer Kurtis Wiebe this dream is about to become a reality. On Oct. 11, BBC Worldwide Productions and Quality Transmedia announced that they would be producing a motion comic based on his historical fiction
Have you ever thought about the possibility of a real-life superhero? University of Victoria neuroscience and kinesiology professor Dr. E. Paul Zehr discusses how it might be done in his new book, Inventing Iron Man: The Possibility of a Human Machine.
Voting is almost done for next year's USSU executive and, while we still have three candidates for VP student affairs, why not poke some fun at them?
Anyone who is opposed to comic books has at least read the comic strips in any newspaper or browsed through a few panels of Jughead eating one too many hamburgers.
As a law student, I spend every day reading 200 pages of legal cases that involve people doing horrible things to each other. And every once in a while I like to believe that not all bank robberies end in a triple homicide, but with the bad guys getting caught in a giant spider web.