domenica 31 gennaio 2010

My Life is Choked With Comics #20: Captain Hadacol

'Avatar' Passes $2 Billion

The unstoppable force that is James Cameron’s Avatar topped the box office for the 7th weekend in a row.

WotC Ending Star Wars Lines

Wizards of the Coast announced on the WotC forums that the company was not renewing its Star Wars license.

'Cold Space' from 'Afro Samurai' Duo

Boom Studios will launch Cold Space, a four issue $3.99 comic miniseries by two of the forces behind Afro Samurai, in April.

‘Wits & Wagers’ Goes Family

North Star Games is releasing a new version of party game Wits & Wagers just in time for New York Toy Fair.

Jim Lee Designs Naples Comic Convention Dress. Or Skimpy Underwear.

Jim Lee has designed the dress for the Naples Comic Convention held later this year at the end of April and the beginning of May.
Lee has spent considerable time over the last few years living ...

CBR Review: Detective Comics, issue 861

Jock steps in to draw three issues of "Detective Comics," and Rucka's script matches his new artist perfectly.

James Cameron?s Avatar ? The Comic Book

Is this exclusive art from an upcoming comic book/graphic novel adaptation of the biggest box office movie of all time, Avatar from James Cameron?
A continued exploration of the planet Pandora, and its people, the Na’vi, ...

CBR Review: Astro City: The Dark Age Book Four, issue 1

Every issue of this series is well-crafted, and this is no exception, but the story of the brothers Williams has gone on far too long.

Giving Lois Lane A Second Chance

In the latest SHE HAS NO HEAD!, Kelly Thompson takes an in-depth look at Lois Lane for the first time and finds that, despite her initial and longstanding misgivings about the female reporter, Lois is a "hell of a woman."

Marvel Mature Previews: CRIMINAL, DAFFODIL

Preview Criminal: The Sinners #4 and Daffodil #2, shipping Feb 3, 2010 from Marvel Comics


Preview Indomitable Iron Man Black & White and Marvel Heartbreakers, shipping Feb 3, 2010 from Marvel Comics

Happy 50th Birthday, Grant Morrison

Thanks for blowing our minds all these years.

Uplift The Positivicals UPDATE 01/31/2010

Tim Hall updated Uplift The Positivicals.

Comics You Should Own - JLA #1-41 + various tie-in comics

Hot damn, I love these comics! And, as it's the God of All Comics' fiftieth birthday today, it's a good time to discuss them (even if it was completely coincidental)!

JLA by Grant "I am ... the Tyrant Sun!" Morrison (writer, issues #1-17, 22-26, 28-31, 34, 36-41, 1,000,000; Secret Files and Origins #1; [...]

A Year of Cool Comics - Day 30

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 [...]

Talking to "Araknid Kid" creator Josh Alves

In her weekly "Unbound" column, ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson chats with former Zuda Comics contestant Josh Alves about his all-ages webcomic, "Araknid Kid," and his new webcomic "Heropotamus"

Joining Up The Dots Of The Avengers Revamp

All the Avengers titles have been cancelled. And the line is getting a revamp the month afterwards. But what, where, who, how, whither?
Avengers Academy by Christos Gage and Mike McKone will replace Avengers: The Initiative. ...

Comic Books Vs Uranium Dust

Everyone knows that comic book superheroes generally get their superpowers from something radioactive. Well, in the Indian village of Jaduguda . comic books have kept the radioactive elements at bay.
Uranium dust from Indian’s mines are ...

Sunday Runaround ? Angoul�me Gets Plastered

AngoulêmeWatch: The weather has been driving everyone inside. Watch out – there have been reported floodings in some of the comics tents around the town. And comics and water, whatever the language, don’t mix.

DrunkWatch: But ...