Comic and fantasy lovers have seen their passion go mainstream in the last ten years – but the true die-hards know that it takes more than a $15 movie ticket to prove your dedication.
The truth is all these candidates are jokers.
Greg Pak is an award-winning Korean-American comic book writer and filmmaker currently writing “Batman/Superman” and “Action Comics” for DC Comics, “Turok” for Dynamite, and “Storm” for Marvel. His work on “Incredible Hulk” was named “Best Ongoing Series” in 2007.
Below is a 50 question SUPER QUIZ that I administered to college sophomores in my Graphic Novels: Lit Genres class. They took it at the end of the semester, and whoever scored highest received tickets to Age of Ultron.
We caught up with Peter to ask him what it was like to start your own company right out of college and how he’s made it a success for writers and artists alike across a broad range of genres.
Did you see the new Avengers movie this weekend? I saw it. It was cool. Was it a good movie? I can’t be sure.
Don’t replace this boy’s comics or you’re going to get an earful.
Everyone’s seen the viral feminism comic strips that go viral because they’re incredibly brave and true, but what about the men’s rights comics that are also brave and also true? Think they don’t exist? You’re wrong.
One of my friends is getting to ready to open comic book shop, which brought us to the question: if someone asked you which comics they should read or be reading what would you tell them?
If you need a laugh, this is for you.