sabato 16 gennaio 2010

"Save SWORD" Petition

S.W.O.R.D. artist Stephen Sanders posted the following the other day:

SWORD fan Greg Hyatt is starting a mail in campaign over rumors he's heard of it being canceled. (I can't confirm that, before anyone asks)
He has a page here explaining it, along with a cute mailer to print out that folds into its own envelope. Just [...]

Does Abhay Rambling Incoherently about Webcomics Sound Fun? Oh. Oh well. Whoops.

Comic Critics #102!

Here is the latest installment of the Comic Critics strip, courtesy of Sean Whitmore (writer) and Brandon Hanvey (artist)! You can check out the first hundred strips at the archive here and you can read more about Sean and Brandon at the Comic Critics blog.

Let us know what you think, either here or at [...]

Mark Strong in talks for Sinestro? (Blog@Newsarama)

‘Rama readers, let me pull back the curtain over at Newsarama HQ, to an online chat Troy and I had a few days back on January 13, just after Peter Saarsgaard was cast as Hector Hammond: TROY BROWNFIELD: You on this one? DAVID PEPOSE: Sure, will do! TROY BROWNFIELD: Cool. TROY BROWNFIELD: I expect Sinestro soon. DAVID PEPOSE: If it’s [...]

Review: The Life and Times of Martha Washington in the Twenty-First Century (Blog@Newsarama)

The Life and Times of Martha Washington in the Twenty-First Century Written by Frank Miller Illustrated by Dave Gibbons Colored by Robin Smith and Angus McKie Published by Dark Horse Comics There’s a strange irony in this massive, back-breakingly heavy tome of a book coming out when Frank Miller’s star, in the comic book community anyway, seems to be [...]

Thor And The Warriors Four ? Power Pack, Walt And Louise?

What with Volstagg getting blamed for mass murder in Siege, it’s probably not the best time to be one of the Warriors Three.
But is the new Thor And The Warriors 4 series solicited for April ...

The Man Who Leaked Wolverine? Looks A Bit Like Wolverine

The New York Times ran a piece the other day on Gilberto Sanchez, a man who claims he bought X-Men Origins: Wolverine from a Korean bootleg DVD seller, before uploading it online, and feels he’s ...

Image Comics On Sale January 20, 2010

Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR brings you previews of titles on sale this week, including "Cowboy Ninja Viking" #3, "Jersey Gods" 10, and "PvP" 43!

A Year of Cool Comics - Day 15

Here is the latest in our year-long look at one cool comic (whether it be a self-contained work, an ongoing comic or a run on a long-running title that featured multiple creative teams on it over the years) a day (in no particular order whatsoever)! Here's the archive of the moments posted so far!
Today [...]

Marvel's Avengers franchise to end in the wake of "Siege"

Solicitation previews for Marvel's April books reveal that all four "Avengers" books will come to an end, as well as a "New Avengers Finale" one-shot by Brian Michael Bendis and Bryan Hitch. ROBOT 6 has more.

Weekend reading: “Fall” by Joe Lambert

One of many fine comics archived at Top Shelf 2.0. Joe Lambert, one of CCS’s most watched grads, with a clean illustrative style akin to Jordan Crane (His thesis adviser) and Jason Lutes. This strip references Little Nemo and Gasoline Alley for a sweet fantasy.

Weekend reading: “Grace” by Kris Dresen

Kris Dresen is a Xeric Award winner for Manya, written by Jen Banka. Grace is a cute story of an awkward crush, a lesbian coffeehouse and pie. It’s a little slow moving, but likable characters should keep you clicking.

Weekend Reading: Steve’s Bissette’s ?King of Monster Isle? ? Part 5

Just getting started — and you have to scroll to the bottom and read up — but with a title like that who can resist? Via

Dark Horse Titles On Sale January 20, 2010

Dark Horse has provided previews of titles on sale this week, including the debut of "Solomon Kane: Death's Black Riders," the conclusion of "Rapture," two "Star Wars" issues, and "Oh My Goddess!" vol. 34!

Preview: Uncle Scrooge

Continuing BOOM Kids!’ all-new ongoing with everyone’s favorite-feathered penny pincher, Uncle Scrooge! The hunt for the Old Number One continues, as Magica DeSpell and the Beagle Boys pull out all the stops in their attempts to beat Uncle Scrooge to his prize!



DC Comics' APRIL 2010 SOLICITATIONS [Preview]

Here is your weekend preview of DC's titles going on sale in April 2010. Full solicitations will be online on Monday

Avengers: Discontinued (Blog@Newsarama)

With mega events such as Blackest Night, Avengers: Disassemble, Secret Invasion, etc always having an effect on books, Marvel’s current big event is no different. Calling Siege a shake-up is an understatement because as it reaches it’s conclusion in April, Marvel will be cancelling all four of their Avengers books. New Avengers Mighty Avengers Dark Avengers Avengers: The Initiative That’s [...]

Saturday Runaround ? Casting Around For Chew

LaymanWatch: As Chew enters the New York Times Bestseller List, the paper interviews Layman about the book- and a possible film version.
Mr. Layman’s dream cast has two television actors, Ken Leung (from “Lost”) and Felicia ...

X-Men - Deadly Genesis 1 (2006)

X-Men - Deadly Genesis 1 (2006)

Writer: Ed Brubaker
Penciller: Trevor Hairsine (lead stories, layouts only on #2-5); Pete Woods (backup stories)
Cover artist: Marc Silvestri.

X-Men: Deadly Genesis is a comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics in late 2005 and early 2006. The series was written by Ed Brubaker with interior art by Trevor Hairsine and covers by Marc Silvestri. Starring the X-Men, this series celebrates the 30th anniversary of Giant-Size X-Men #1.

Kick Ass and Sherlock Holmes Baddy May Be Green Lantern Baddy Now

It looks like British actor Mark Strong is now your Hollywood go-to guy for bad guys. It wasn’t always this way. I remember him playing policemen in all sorts of things including Prime Suspect. He ...