More on Peter Pontiac read here.
At Comic Con Amsterdam 2019 I ran into Portuguese comic book artist Nuno Plati, who has done plenty of work for Marvel Comics in the past. He drew Avengers: Fairy Tales, Marvel Girl and The Amazing Spider-Man. Here’s a short interview with Nuno about working on Spidey.
Na een maand lang elke dag vloggen, moet ik wat zaken op een rijtje zetten. Hoe nu verder?
In What If #105 (feb 1998) Tom DeFalco and Ron Frenz explore a possible future in which Peter Parker and Mary Jane have a daughter named May. What if she has special powers, just l like her father Spider-Man? This is the origin of Spider-Girl!
I am catching up on my reading of Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man, written by Chip Zdarsky and illustrated by Adam Kubert.
And I just felt like sharing this great cover from Volume 1.
May 4th it’s time for the yearly event Free Comic Book Day.
In the Netherlands some comic book shops participate, but it’s not as big as in the USA. In the past Dutch publishers tried to set up a Dutch variant of FCBD but that wasn’t a big success. Nowadays, some shops give away free American comics. I got mine early this year and love to give you a preview of the comics that are available on Free Comic Book Day 2019. In total 51 comics are available, I show you about a dozen.
Check out the YouTube-Channel of FCBD.
Avengers: Endgame is the best cinematic experience I’ve had in a long time. Well, ever since I saw Avengers: Infinity War to be exact.
Here’s a short review about this wonderful ending to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Right now, I’m a very happy comic book reader because I finally got my hands on a copy of GIANT SIZE X-MEN #1. I have wanted to read this historic comic from 1975 for years because I am a big fan of Chris Claremont’s run of the X-Men.
And the team that was introduced in this Giant Size X-Men is my favorite team of the X-Men. Granted, this is the genesis of that team: Kitty Pryde and Rogue would join the ranks of the X-Men later on. However, I have always wanted to know how Len Wein and Dave Cockrum practically rebooted the X-Men franchise with this comic. And thanks to a True Believers reprint of this story, I was able to finally read it.
I am a fan of the Spider-Man TV Series from the 1970s starring Nicholas Hammond as Spider-Man. The twitteraccount @SpideyTVSeries keeps every one up to date about this first live-action outing of Spider-Man.
Today he posted the location of Peter Parker’s first wallcrawl from the pilot episode. This made me so happy I felt like sharing it. If you’re a fan of the series, please check out https://twitter.com/SpideyTVSeries.
In the early days of his career American comic book artist Mike Mignola worked for Marvel Comics, making superhero comics.
But frankly, Mignola, who later created HELLBOY, didn’t like doing superhero comics. He was much more interested in drawing monsters and mythological creatures. In this interview Mignola tells how he got started as a cartoonist at Marvel Comics.
An interview met comic book artist Mike Mignola, the creator of HELLBOY.
In 2010 Mignola came to the Netherlands to promote the Dutch editions of the Hellboy comics. I was fortunate enough to sit down with him and interview Mignola about Hellboy and his other comic book work. Here’s part of the audio of that conversation.