Greg Hatcher, Author at Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources - Page 2 of 32
We’re still under the weather here, and I had another crushing deadline on a project that really had to be done by the end of the year, and, well… something had to give. So this week in lieu of the usual column I’m just going to point you to some other fun internet things I ran across that may be of interest. X-Men, a new Star Trek series, interesting old “men’s adventure” books, a new Wonder Woman. Continue Reading »
We have this annual holiday ritual in our household. Continue Reading »
Somehow, I wound up with a big stack of books and comics based on videogames here next to my desk and today I’m going to try and get through as many of them as I can. So it’s capsule review time again. Continue Reading »
Here’s the good news. Comics companies are finally getting around to putting together reprint collections of material we’ve been agitating for them to do for years. Continue Reading »
I don’t know if this happens to you, but I get this ALL THE TIME during the holiday season.
I teach comics and cartooning, which means that most of the people I encounter in the workplace are aware that I’m pretty geek-literate in all sorts of quirky areas, and I get questions all the time. But never more than this time of year. Continue Reading »
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 »