domenica 7 febbraio 2010

Chicks Dump 'Avatar' With 'Dear John'

Young women flocked to theaters and pushed the romance saga Dear John to a Super Bowl weekend record.

Preview: Amazing Spider-Man

MYSTERIO'S made his big move and a criminal empire is his for the taking! Or is that just more sleight of hand? More mobsters! More mayhem! More magic tricks! And a fight to the finish with MR. NEGATIVE versus SPIDER-MAN versus MYSTERIO! The big question is: What prize goes to the winner?

A Year Of Cool Comics 2010 Edition

The 2010 Edition of Brian Cronin's Year of Cool Comics has been running for a little over a month now, so catch up by browsing this index of what's been featured thus far.

CBR Review: Hit-Monkey, issue 1

Evidently, it is not above nor below monkeys to feel a need for vengeance. Of course, this is the Marvel universe.

Forget about THE WOLFMAN, wassup with CAP? (Blog@Newsarama)

As the pre-release hype machine gears up for Joe Johnston’s The Wolfman, the director of The Rocketeer, October Sky, and Jurassic Park 3, is letting slip some details regarding his next little low-key indie project, Captain America: The First Avenger. Gadfly/columnist Devin Faraci at CHUD is breaking the news that Hitler-smacking super-team The Invaders will [...]

Beanbots UPDATE 02/7/2010

Kevin Kobasic updated Beanbots.

We’re not here to cause no trouble….

The Beat tweets:
My billion dollar idea for the day: Peanuts special that airs every year on SB Sunday Eve called “The Day Charlie Brown Kicked the Football”
Enjoy the game (or the commercials) if you watch.


Review: Crogan?s March (Blog@Newsarama)

Cory and Eric’s father must just be constantly looking for an opportunity to delve into a complicated geopolitical topic and/or an excuse to tell the life story of one of his ancestors. How else to explain the fact that when he and his wife end up refereeing a conflict between their boys, involving Eric stopping Cory [...]

David S. Goyer leaves FlashForward (Blog@Newsarama)

For a show with some serious comics street cred to start, this series has done a pretty good job of shedding a lot of it as it’s gone. After losing showrunner Marc Guggenheim near the beginning of the season, ABC’s FlashForward–which stars Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle’s John Cho and Lost’s Dominic Monaghan–is saying [...]

There's something disturbingly sexy ...

... about Blondie's referee outfit:

(Let's face it - Blondie and Dagwood think it's sexy, too. Why else would she own it unless it was to play depraved sex games with Dagwood involving penalties against the "tight end" and the "pulling guard" and where the "safety" is brought into play? Another question is - [...]

BOOM! Studios Titles On Sale February 10, 2010

BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale February 10, including "Farscape:D'Argo's Quest" #3, "Walt Disney Comics" 703, "The Anchor" #5, and two servings of Muppets!

A Year of Cool Comics - Day 37

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 [...]

Grumpy Old Fan: A copse of obscurity

ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant takes a look around the DC universe at several obscure characters he'd like to see pop up again, from Alpha Centurion and Amethyst to Signalman and Tomorrow Woman.

Number Crunching: Milestone Forever #1

Price: $5.99
How much? $5.99. I know, I almost dropped my bacon sandwich.

Comic page count: 45
So that’s basically the same as two $2.99 standard books? I suppose so.
And do they normally have a card cover and ...

Marvel Solo Previews: STRANGE, MOON KNIGHT

Take a look at STRANGE #4 and VENGEANCE OF THE MOON KNIGHT #5, shipping from Marvel Comics on Feb 10, 2010

Josh Hoopes Warning Raised To Severe ? Ron Runstrom?s The Name

A Little Bleeder writes;
Just wanted to say thanks for your articles on Josh Hoopes/Ron Runstrom. Whenever I get a new artist apply I check out not only the links they send me to their portfolio ...

The Fiffe Files: Mark Badger, Part 2

[Continuing Michel Fiffe's interview with artist Mark Badger. Part 1 can be found here.]
By MICHEL FIFFE for the Beat
In this round, Mark Badger sheds some light on collaborating with J.M. DeMatteis, co-creating the Mask, being influenced by Howard Chaykin, cultural significance in “realistic” art, the virtues of Jim Shooter, and working with the late, [...]

Sunday Morning Fell, Fox, Films And Filth

FellWatch: Looks like we will be getting more of Warren Ellis and Ben Templesmith’s Fell from Image Comics. Warren tweeted;
Warren Ellis: just shot six pages of FELL 10 over to you
Ben Templesmith: Oh you tease ...