An assemblage of the new contemporary art world’s finest, including Emil Ferris, who’ll be signing copies of her graphic novel, My Favorite Things is Monsters
The Barcelona-based illustrator brings his unique brand of satire & visual art to the Bay Area gallery on 3/32016. See the work up close & meet him in person.
More than 2 dozen visual artists assemble to pay homage to various superheroes through portraiture. Check out a handful of advanced images now
RTJ continues to be the most relevant & prolific rap outfit alive with Marvel Comics tributes, festival appearances, a new video, a BBC documentary, and more
In the midst of a massive relaunch pushing for a greater representation of superheroes for the publisher, DH founder/president talks to us about the future
A festival skeptic attends Seattle’s Bumbershoot Music and Arts festival to catch some soul music and a pseudo-variety show with Seattle’s greatest cartoonists
A new character introduced in Wonder Woman comics is a beyond obvious tribute to the late Chicago rock n roll and art cult icon, but is it a good idea?
Neil Michael Hagerty is an American guitarist/singer/songwriter/producer who first captured the imagination of the underground music community as a guitarist/contributing songwriter in Jon Spencer‘s pre-Blues Explosion avant punk band, Pussy Galore. Following their break up, Hagerty and then-girlfriend, Jennifer Herrema formed the band that he is the most well known for, Royal Trux. This new […]
Now that you’ve read our writer Knuckle Supper‘s review of Scott Pilgrim VS the World, you should know a little more about the project. If nothing else, you should now know that it began as a graphic novel and have a rough idea about the manner in which it was adapted into a full-on motion […]
Something my brother said as we were leaving the movie theater: “Man, I’m glad that they made that into a movie, because when I try to explain Scott Pilgrim to people, it sounds soooo dumb!” I could totally relate to that sentiment and, if you’re already a fan of the graphic novels that were the […]
Italy has a long rich history in the fine arts. It is the country credited with the birth of the Renaissance movement and home to world famous venues such as the Vatican Museums and The Uffizi Gallery. It’s a legacy that deserves every bit of respect that it garners, but there is a great amount […]