Posts Tagged ‘Ed Brubaker’

8 Reasons to Look Forward to The Winter Soldier

The first Captain America movie was a bit polarising. It was well-loved by a lot of people, but others just didn’t take to it. One thing you can’t argue with is that it told a great origin story, deftly setting up t...


A Conversation With: Ed Brubaker (Part One)

Last weekend I was fortunate enough to sit down with Ed Brubaker at The Lakes International Comic Art Festival, while his friend and frequent collaborator Sean Phillips was busy setting-up for one of the many events that were h...


Brubaking Bad: Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips Reading List

The crime genre of comic books came into existence in the 1940s and became extremely popular after the decline in interest of superhero comics post WWII.  Due to the Comics Code Authority imposed in 1954, the amount and type ...



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Velvet #1 Advanced Review

Ed Brubaker makes a welcome return to the spy-thriller genre with his regular collaborators Steve Epting and Bettie Breitweiser on a series many have been looking forward to, and with good reason, as it certainly doesn't disapp...


Creator Spotlight! Brubaking the Rules: Reviving Bucky Barnes

It’s okay to think Captain America is a bit stupid, he dresses in a flag, wears red pirate boots, and has tiny wings… on his head. Sure he fought in WWII, but when you’re running around with a bin-lid instead ...