Join us as we wrap up Comic-Con@Home 2021 with the final volume of our SuperVolunteers challenge!
COMIC-CON GRAPHIC NOVEL BOOK CLUBS
Magic, myths, and manga are just a few of the topics under discussion this July by members of the Comic-Con Graphic Novel Book Clubs.
Our fourth volume of the Comic-Con@Home 2021 SuperVolunteers challenge is here!
Thank you for joining us for round three of WonderCon@Home's SuperVolunteer Series!
The WonderCon@Home Cosplay Challenge is quickly approaching!
The second round of SuperVolunteers for WonderCon@Home 2021 has arrived!
Read on to learn all about our exciting WonderCon and WonderCon@Home gear!
Artists are often advised to “draw what you see, not what you think you see.” But how do we distinguish between those options? This month’s Carousel column explains the difference!
Welcome to the first round of SuperVolunteers for WonderCon@Home 2021!
The WonderCon@Home SuperVolunteer Challenge is back and we need your help!
Maggie Thompson discussed gag cartoons in Maggie’s World 071. Now, as we look for cheer in the year ahead, she considers comics gags again.
Love was in the air in February, and what better way to celebrate than with our love for comics!
We are proud to present the next group of panels as a part of the Comic-Con Educational Series. Check back the third Thursday of each month for a new slate of online panels focused on a wide variety of education topics.
If you take part in this weekly journey to comic book heaven, you probably have a favorite store you visit. If so, consider nominating that store for the comic industry’s most prestigious retail award: The Will Eisner Spirit of Comics Retailer Award!
Hey it’s almost Valentine’s Day. Here’s how to draw a new friend for this momentous occasion!
You’ve received a script and you’re ready to draw it—what next? Jesse Hamm describes preparatory steps you can take that will smooth your way and minimize difficulties.
Maggie Thompson asks the question, "Who Knew?" when certain comics and fictional characters were based on real people.
2021 started with a bang as the Comic-Con Graphic Novel Book Clubs discussed a whole new pile of comics!
We are proud to announce the Comic-Con Educational Series, a new slate of online panels focused on a wide variety of education topics. The third Thursday of each month will showcase a new set of panels available for free on YouTube!
Katie Cook starts off 2021 by looking back at the (SPOILER ALERT!) dumpster fire that was 2020.
Jesse Hamm starts off the new year with a look at composition: The art of arranging the shapes in your drawing so that the placement of every shape suggests the right meaning.
Maggie Thompson ushers in the new year with a look at robots, androids, and cyborgs (oh, my!) in comics.
Happy holidays from all of the Comic-Con Graphic Novel Book Clubs! Here are the write-ups for the groups that met in the month of December. We hope your holiday break has been filled with lots of great comics and graphic novel. (The Escondido 1 club took a break this month.)
This Thursday, December 17, 2020, we will induct PAC-MAN™ into the Comic-Con Museum Character Hall of Fame and we couldn’t be more excited!
The Comic-Con Graphic Novel Book Clubs return with a tasty treat of graphic novels for Thanksgiving week!
BIG NEWS! Pac-Man is the Comic-Con Museum Character Hall of Fame inductee for 2020!
Jesse Hamm returns with solid advice for artists on how to help you set goals that fit your time and talents and satisfy you, without stressing you out.
It’s never too early to start holiday shopping!