Greg Hatcher, Author at Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources - Page 2 of 32
I am rude about a lot of the new books DC’s been putting out lately. I’ll own it. But it doesn’t mean I don’t want to like them. I bought two new trade collections from DC this week, in fact, and one of them I liked a lot. The other one struck me as one-stop shopping for everything I really don’t care for about the New 52. Continue Reading »
Normally I am a reasonable, easygoing person. Today, though, not so much. Continue Reading »
This is one of those weird little fan milestones that I not only never expected to actually reach, but I honestly thought it was impossible. Continue Reading »
Once again, my town is gripped with panic at the thought of experiencing… Weather. Continue Reading »
A little of this, a little of that… comics and TV and books, all with a spooky angle, none of which was big enough to warrant its own piece. Continue Reading »
I’m sorry to report that Lou Scheimer, co-founder and president of Filmation Studios, has passed away. He was 84. Continue Reading »
It’s not quite the big deal it was when I was a kid, but we still get jazzed in our household for the fall television premieres. Continue Reading »
Or, as I think of her, the artist who drew MY Aquaman.
I never quite get caught up with the books around here.
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Regular readers will recall that I teach writing and cartooning classes in local schools as part of an after-school arts program. The last couple of years, I’ve also taught summer school classes in the subject, and that’s been a whole different animal. Continue Reading »
Not strictly comics this week, but comics-adjacent. Continue Reading »
A couple of news items came to my attention this week that might seem unrelated but there is a common thread that ties them together. Continue Reading »
Almost nothing went according to plan, but we did manage to enjoy ourselves somewhat, and turned up a few interesting books on the way. Continue Reading »
No one subject struck me as column-worthy on its own this week, so here are a few little things. Column-ettes. Continue Reading »