Fridays...with Greg Hatcher Archives - Page 5 of 34 - Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources
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 »
I was asked this week if there was something that we used to have in comics that’s gone now, something I still missed. Continue Reading »
Picking up where we left off last time, going through the pile of great books I’ve acquired over the last few weeks… Continue Reading »
People have been sending me so much COOL STUFF that this ended up being part one of two. Continue Reading »
I realize everything is about Wolverine and the Marvel movies this weekend, but I’ve missed all of that. I’ve been buried in a project that requires a lot of research into the 1930s and 40s… and as a side effect of that, lately I’ve been reading a lot of stuff set in the Golden Age. Pulps, comics, novels. Continue Reading »
Like anyone in the entertainment press, I somehow seem to get on all sorts of promotional lists. Press releases, event hype, stuff like that. Most of it’s junk and gets filed appropriately, but every so often something shows up in my inbox that really makes me sit up straight and say, “Whoa.” This is one of those things. Continue Reading »
People occasionally ask me, “So have you been on any trips?” or “When are you doing another road trip column?” Continue Reading »
Okay, enough already.
When Titan Books asked me if I wanted to talk to Greg Cox about his MAN OF STEEL novelization, I lunged at it. Continue Reading »