Be not fooled, Faithful Spoilerites! Though this issue may bear a publishing date of the year 2000, what’s inside is pure 1963 Silver Age madness. It’s the greatest Radioactive Man story ever told! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Radioactive Man #100 awaits!
Press Release Matt Groening, creator of “The Simpsons” and Publisher of Bongo Comics announces a brand new way for fans to get caught reading Simpsons comic books! Radioactive Man, Bart Simpson, Simpsons Comics, and many other Simpsons-related comic book titles will be available in digital form for iPads and iPhones with a Simpsons Comics iOS app developed by Bongo and comiXology.
Press Release Matt Groening, creator of “The Simpsons” and “Futurama” is launching a brand-new, quarterly comic book series, Simpsons One-Shot Wonders. The first offering, Ralph Wiggum Comics #1, will be released on February 29th in direct market comic book stores, and March 20th on newsstands and in bookstores. The issue distributed in comic shops features covers that show Ralph spouting three different and pleasingly perplexing phrases. Ralph also brings some additional unique utterances to both the newsstand and bookstore editions, for a total of five collectible covers.
I’m sure everyone is getting really tired of San Diego Comic Con news, but the news continues to flow. As we scour the Intardwebz looking for bits and pieces of news to share, here’s a Rapid-Fire Roundup of news from Dynamite, Bongo, Top Cow, Devil’s Du, Archaia, and Boom! Studios.
In April 2008, Michigan comic retailer David Pirkola was robbed and shot while working in his store.Â To help in his recovery effort and bills, Jeffrey Brown, writer of Boom! Studios Warhammer 40,000 is auctioning art pages from the series. You can find the page up on eBay. “I became a father a year and a half ago, so it’s been a while since I’ve had the time to field my Ultramarines force or let my epic scale ork gargants rampage across the battlefield,” said Brown. “I keep up with the comics, novels, and White Dwarf magazine, but spend more
The Simpsons Channel has clips of the upcoming movie that were shown at the San Diego Comic Convention. During the annual Comic-Con Simpsons panel, creator/exec producer Matt Groening and fellow exec producers James L. Brooks and Al Jean thrilled the crowd with some first glimpses at the eagerly awaited The Simpsons Movie. Gotta warn you, loading the two clips is taking an extremely long time this morning as hundres, nay millions of people appear to be flooding the site. Via The Simpsons Channel (link)