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Press Release This weekend, Paul Pope blasts into Baltimore Comic Con, where he’s teaming up with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund to fight for Free Speech!

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18 tales from Adventure Time await the readers of this new trade paperback out from BOOM!

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Though we haven’t seen the New Gods appear in the New 52 (that we know of), I couldn’t let this piece of art by Paul Pope go unnoticed.

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I’ve been meaning to show off Paul Pope’s cover to Diamond 6 for several days now, but that Francesco Francavilla guy kept stunning us with his stuff.  Take the jump for a look at Pope’s charming cover.

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How shall we close out the last AAMotD for 2009?  With Batman of course!  This one is from Paul Pope.

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Alex Tse, the writer behind the film adaptation of DC’s Watchmen has been tapped by Paramount Pictures and Plan B to adapt Paul Pope’s Battle Boy graphic novel for the big screen. Brad Pitt’s production company picked up rights to the forthcoming graphic novel written and illustrated by Paul Pope in November. The story line follows the son of a god who comes down from the top of a mountain at his father’s urging to rid the giant, continent-sized city of Monstropolis of a plague of beasts. The graphic novel doesn’t arrive until later this spring, but the early images

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Paul Pope thinks fight sequences are vexed by page limits.  In Battle Boy, Pope is devoting about 50 pages to a single fight sequence. In Batman Year 100, I had room for a couple of long fight sequences, but I felt cramped even with 200 pages. This fight scene from BATTLING BOY alone is about 50 pages. It’s liberating to have no page restrictions. I wish Kirby could’ve had 50 pages for one fight scene, imagine what he would’ve done. via Pulp Hope

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