With Jay and Silent Bob Reboot coming out, let’s count down Kevin Smith’s five best films.
I have heard very upsetting news today that an entertainer whom I have watched on Youtube for years; John Schnepp has tragically passed away today. I do not normally post posts like this on my blog, but I had to pay my respects to him and his family somehow.
I loved Heroes and have seen every single episode on Collider, his passion and love for all things comics has influenced me so much as a creator myself. His episodes of comic book shopping taught me about any comics that I may have not known about and everything that he was in he came across as an incredible person.
This is very upsetting news and I pray for all his loved ones. May he rest in peace.
Let’s start off with the fact that I want to be a comic book writer, so obviously I am going to be incredibly passionate about this subject. Ever since my first ever comic book Astonishing Spider-Man Issue 38, I have been in love with comics. The emotions and impact each individual panel can have are outstanding, there is no other art like it. To me, reading a comic is like watching a film, you fill in the parts between the panels, but you can do more than you can do in a film. There are no restrictions, you can do whatever you like. In this post, I am going to go into detail about why I love the art form of comics, graphic novels and manga; my history with them and what some of my favourites or recommended ones are.