Canadian comic artist stoped at border over plans to do commissions at C2E2

Canadian Comic book artist Gisele Lagace was stopped at the U.S. border and denied entry when she admitted she was entering the U.S. to do commission work at this weekend’s C2E2 in Chicago. From her Facebook post about the incident: Welp, no C2E2 for me. Was refused entry at the border. They kept pressing about the comics I … Continue reading “Canadian comic artist stoped at border over plans to do commissions at C2E2”

Peter David asks his fans to pay his taxes

Comic book and Star Trek novel writer Peter David is in trouble. He has a massive tax bill due and he doesn’t have the money to pay it. As of now, he owes $88,000 in back taxes, interest, and penalties. All this is from money he earned making a Canadian kid’s TV show called Space … Continue reading “Peter David asks his fans to pay his taxes”

Yasiel Puig is ready to bash Glenn’s head in

Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig received a prop from the TV show The Walking Dead. It’s a replica of Lucille, the baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire used by Negan to kill Glenn. I stopped reading The Walking Dead comic with issue #100. It was the issue that Negan killed Glenn with the barbed wire … Continue reading “Yasiel Puig is ready to bash Glenn’s head in”

So you want to punch a Nazi in the face?

Some people are actually talking about whether it’s ethical to punch a Nazi in the face. It started when a protester punched white separatist Richard Spencer in the face. Some described it as punching a Nazi in the face. People on the control-left got a kick out of this video. Many of them began defending … Continue reading “So you want to punch a Nazi in the face?”

Carrie Fisher 1956 – 2016

From the Los Angeles Times: Actress and writer Carrie Fisher, who rose to global fame as the trail-blazing intergalactic heroine Princess Leia in the “Star Wars” franchise and later went on to establish herself as an author and screenwriter with an acerbic comic flair, has died. Fisher suffered a cardiac incident on Friday during a … Continue reading “Carrie Fisher 1956 – 2016”

Gail Simone’s new policy on writing comics

Comic book writer Gail Simone went to Twitter today to share her new policy about the comic books she will write in the future: I am not writing any more comics without LGBTQ and poc characters, period. It’s weird we have to even make that declaration. — GAIL SIMONE (@GailSimone) December 8, 2016 The abbreviation … Continue reading “Gail Simone’s new policy on writing comics”