Monday, September 3, 2012
Ty Templeton hosted one of the last panels at FanExpo Canada, “On The Couch with Ty Templeton” is a free-form discussion about comics, with a focus on indie versus corporate work. On the panel were Darwyn, Jimmy Palmiotti, Dan Slott, Ramon Perez, and Lar deSouza.
For the full run down on the panel, check out MTV Geek's article here.
Posted by Calum Johnston at 11:59 AM
Sunday, August 12, 2012
Friday, July 13, 2012
The latest Richard Stark adaptation is out now! If you're lucky enough to be in the San Diego area and have your fists tightly wrapped around a comic-con badge, Darwyn will be at the IDW Publishing booth to sign copies of the just-released graphic novel, "The Score." IDW has an exclusive edition only available at comic-con.
update: that edition sold out during preview night!
And on Sunday, July 15th, there's an hour-long session starting at 12:30 called "Darwyn Cooke and The Man Called Parker" — Darwyn discusses all things Parker in a lively hour of opinions, insights, and downright good conversation! Along with editor Scott Dunbier, Darwyn will answer questions and talk about Richard Stark's classic heist-man -- and unveil Cooke and IDW's plans for the future of the graphic novel series -- including revealing what the next Parker book will be!
OR if you're not able to make it to San Diego, get over to The Violent World of Parker for a terrific conversation between the folks who run that website and Darwyn as they go over the Parker series and some big news is revealed about the future Parker books!
Posted by Calum Johnston at 2:43 AM
Thursday, May 31, 2012
The Sindiecate (http://www.thesindiecate.com/) is running Parker images this week and I thought you folks might like to see some of them! The Sindiecate and keep your eyes peeled for the new Parker book The Score expected to be released the first week of July!
Posted by Calum Johnston at 1:13 PM
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
Spider-man turns fifty this year and the LA Times's Hero Complex will be talking to notable names about the character’s success and singular appeal. In today's post, they talk to Darwyn and he explains how he found a connection — and a career — in early Spider-Man comics.
Posted by Calum Johnston at 4:25 PM