The Mid-Ohio-Con has announced that Mice Templar co-creator Bryan J.L. Glass is scheduled to appear at Mid-Ohio-Con 2010. “Bryan’s amazing work on The Mice Templar has won him recognition from critics, fans and fellow creators alike and we’re looking forward to his Marvel Universe writing debut this September with Thor: First Thunder, a limited series re-exploring the origins of the God of Thunder ahead of the 2011 Thor film directed by Kenneth Branagh. “ The Mid-Ohio-Con takes place November 6 and 7, 2010 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. via Mid-Ohio-Con
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores on February 17, 2010.Â Take the jump for The Mice Templar: Destiny #7, The Astounding Wolf-Man #21, The Perhapanauts: Molly’s Story, and Savage Dragon: Back in Blue.
Press Release Despite erroneous pricing on THE MICE TEMPLAR #2, the series will maintain a $2.99 price point through its entire run! “In this challenging economic time, we certainly know it’s always a shock when your favorite book raises its price point unexpectedly,” writer Bryan J.L. Glass said. “As regular comics buyers who understand the importance of consistent pricing, we’re dedicated to keeping MICE TEMPLAR: DESTINY at $2.99 for the foreseeable future. We apologize for the very regretful error on the cover of issue #2.”
Or – “Tiny Little Hands and Tiny Little Swords…” I have a confession to make.Â Even though I’m a comics fan, and a lover of ephemera of all types, I’ve never really had a soft spot for the swords and sorcery genre.Â I never read Elfquest as a child, and have only started to appreciate it as a grown-up (and, yes, I’ve been told that I’m a heretic for that.)Â I did, however, have a great love of ‘Mrs. Frisby and The Rats of NIMH,’ and find the idea of a tiny little mouse culture to be pretty entertaining.Â Of
Cartoon Network has announced it has acquired the rights to take three comic titles “Firebreather”, “The Vanishers”, and “Mice Templar” and turn them into feature length movies.Â Firebreather and Mice Templar are going to get the animation treatment, while The Vanishers will be turned into a live-action film.
Even with the big con going on in New York City, Image Comics still had time to send Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores next week. Take the jump for Mice Templar #4, Frank Frazetta’s Death Dealer, and the Dynamo 5 Annual.
If you missed the first series of the Mice Templar by Michael Avon Oeming, you’ll be happy to know you can read one page a day over at hiddenrobot.com beginning March 3. THE MICE TEMPLAR is a tale of tragedy and restoration centering on Karic, a young mouse who finds himself thrust headlong into the very real world surrounding the legends of his youth. In addition to the unfolding saga in the Daily format, the universe of MICE TEMPLAR can be explored deeper via the Website materials compiled by writer Bryan Glass and Webmaster Tim Daniel, featuring original unpublished art,
Another Thursday and another collection of sneak peeks of titles arriving next week from Image comics. This week it’s the second printing of The Mice Templar, Hiding in Time 3, Drain 5, Dynamo 5 Volume 1 TPB, and Noble Causes Volume 7.
Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers a bunch of sneak peeks to help you ease into the weekend. Mice Templar is looking quite good, as is The Walking Dead. Rounding out the collection is Amory Wars 3, Bomb Queen 1, and True Story Swear to God 8.