Stray: Interview with Vito Delsante

Stray: Interview with Vito Delsante by Jerry Whitworth   Vito Delsante, writer and creator of Stray and new Associate Director of Marketing at Action Lab Entertainment, spoke with Comic Art Community about his book and new position.         Comic Art Community: Before we begin speaking about Stray itself, I would like to talk about the journey to get to this point. I understand the release of this book was...

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The Empty: Interview with Jimmie Robinson

The Empty: Interview with Jimmie Robinson by Jerry Whitworth   Jimmie Robinson, creator behind such works as Bomb Queen and Five Weapons, recently corresponded with Comic Art Community about his latest work The Empty.         Comic Art Community: By the time this interview is published, the second issue of your new series The Empty from Image Comics will have hit store shelves. For those who haven’t yet...

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DuckTales: The History of Scrooge McDuck

Duck Tales: The History of Scrooge McDuck by Jerry Whitworth   Announced last week, Disney will be rebooting its high profile animated series DuckTales in 2017 for its station Disney XD. Detailing the adventures of wealthy adventurer Scrooge McDuck and his grandnephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie as they span the globe (and beyond) looking for treasure, the series was hugely popular for its Disney Afternoon line-up in the...

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Wonder Woman ’77: From Screen to Page

Wonder Woman ’77: From Screen to Page by Jerry Whitworth   At the New York Comic Con, it was revealed a series was being developed by DC Comics based on the Wonder Woman television series that aired from 1975 to 1979 called Wonder Woman ’77. Undoubtedly in the same vein as Batman ’66 (based on the Batman television series that aired from 1966 to 1968), the series will be written by Marc Andreyko (Manhunter,...

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Top 10: WWE “Legends” Dream Match-Ups

  Top 10: WWE “Legends” Dream Match-Ups by Jerry Whitworth   In the upcoming storyline “Legends” in the WWE Superstars series, wrestlers from across the thirty five year history of the WWF to today’s WWE will compete to tackle age old debates comparing legends of the past against modern day stars. From the minds of Mick Foley (multi-New York Times bestselling author and retired wrestler) and...

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