Rain pouring down. Some back alley in some big city. Black and white. Jason Sacks walking away.
He stops. He turns. He looks back at you.
“I am Comics Bulletin.”
He walks away.
There have been a few, mostly cosmetic changes to CB over the last few weeks and I just wanted to make sure people know about them!
For example, we’ve got new categories! In an effort to both a) make it easier to surf around the site and b) build out our small press and manga sections, we’ve divided our content up into new sections. Check out our new Small Press section. Have a gander at our new Manga section. And don’t forget our Classic Comics category. Those are always fun.
I know some of those sections seem a little thin at the moment, but our goal is to build them out. Maybe you really like small press and/or manga books? Maybe you’ve always wanted to write about them for a website? Maybe you should drop us a line.
What do we have going on right now?
Well, every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday we bring the you “The Week in,” an overview of books shipping from Image, Dark Horse, and Boom, in that order. Those articles will also be your one stop shop for links to previews of what’s coming out that week from those companies.
We’ve also got the “Full Run” every Monday, currently in the middle of an overview of Jonathon Hickman’s Avengers epic by Chris Wunderlich!
Tuesdays will feature a regular spot for unique group reviews, like the type we just finished up for Crisis on Infinite Earths. Up next: the classic Cosmic Odyssey, written by Jim Starlin, inked by Jose Marzan, Jr., colored by Steve Oliff, and penciled by some newcomer named Mike Mignola.
Wednesdays see the return of “Comics in Color” from Ra’Chaun Rogers, who focuses on small press and comics by and/or featuring people of color.
Every other Thursday brings us “Keeping It Ghastly,” our horror/manga column from Shelly Atomic!
The alternative Thursdays will have Creative Consultant Chase Magnett answering Mark Stack’s “Leading Questions” in a long form column about all things comics.
Thursday also features our Marvel preview for the following week. We’ll also have previews from other companies like Image, Action Lab Entertainment, Dark Horse, and more throughout the week!
Friday is our classic comics day! We’ve got the weekly installment of Classic Comics Cavalcade by comics’ historian Jason Sacks. Plus, we’ve got a new installment of Bryan Stroud’s “Classic Interview” featuring lengthy discussions with some of comics’ greatest creators!
We’re hoping to have more, regular content in the near future, from reviews to columns to interviews, covering every genre and format related to comics. We’re not the biggest comic book web site out there, but we’d like to be the most comprehensive.
So please check out our new sections and come back daily for fresh content. And, as always, feel free time chime in with comments! We love feedback.