giovedì 4 febbraio 2010
As the world turns its eyes and hearts toward Vancouver for this years Winter Games, the question on every True Believers mind remains, how will Marvels most agile athletes fare in all of that slipping, sliding and skullduggery? Luckily, Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! has the answers! Check out the all-new Winter Games promo right here! Then, beginning Friday, February 12 stay tuned to Marvel.com and youtube.com/Marvel throughout the Winter Games for regular updates brought to you like only Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! can!
Although set in high school, it would be reductive to call this title "a high school romance." While yes, there is a charming and delightful romance [...] http://tinyurl.com/ygktpa4
1st rank update of the month!
Here are the results:
Monsterplex -- Current Rank: 1
Island, Alone -- Current Rank: 2
Sci-fi Drive-by -- Current Rank: 3
Aliens vs. Ninja vs. Samurai -- Current Rank: 4
Fulcrum -- Current Rank: 5
Gelgun -- Current Rank: 6
Techno Insecto -- Current Rank: 7
Divided by Seven -- Current Rank: 8
New Morning -- Current Rank: 9
Hawkrider -- Current Rank: 10
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By Matthew Murray
Buffy tops the charts yet again, while further down the charts there are some rather large drops that may be due to Diamond’s decision not to ship any comics in the last week of December.
Incorruptible, the spin-off from Mark Waid’s Irredeemable, was the highest selling [...] http://tinyurl.com/y9znelj
Criminal: The Sinners #4 by Ed Brubaker (writer), Sean Phillips (artist), [...] http://tinyurl.com/ycffqzz
But keep the tips and notes coming in. The response to the new site has been overwhelmingly positive and we’re really gratified. Also we are still tinkering, so the suggestion box is OPEN.
3 Comments At February 4, 2010, TimCallahan wrote:
We've already had PLENTY of "Watchmen" spin-off projects. It's called JMS's entire career.
I just hope they do a shot-for-shot remake ...At February 4, 2010, [...] http://tinyurl.com/ydku8gh
Featuring the creative dream team of original AvP writer Randy Stradley, superstar penciller Rick Leonardi, inker Mark Pennington, colorist Wes Dzioba, and stunning cover art from Raymond Swanland, Aliens vs. Predator: Three World War ties together story threads introduced in the 1989 AvP series and new Aliens and Predator storylines, setting the stage for the most epic AvP brawl ever imagined. http://tinyurl.com/y8eew22
How cool is this? The February 3 episode of Jeopardy! College Championship included this clue: "A graphic novel by Robert Venditti and Brett Weldele was the basis for this Bruce Willis film about androids that live for users."
Solution: "What is THE SURROGATES," of course! Freshman James Hill III nailed it -- and went on to trounce his competitors with over $25,000.
Check out the video here!