In this issue: Can a rabbit be invisible and pink at the same time? My name is Mot, thanks a lot! And wouldnâ€™t it be cool if the Plutonian had a flying dog in a cape that is ALSO a mass-murdererâ€¦ Plus: Billy West will still be getting a paycheckâ€¦ Norman Osborn is makinâ€™ his list, and checkinâ€™ it twiceâ€¦ But is the podcast brutal enough that Stephen will stop erasing and starting over? And: Punk Rock Girl, you look so wild, punk rock girl letâ€™s have a child, weâ€™ll name her Minnie Pearl, just you and me, we need
At the con, Dark Horse announced a bunch of new projects that the company promises is the next evolution of the comics medium.Â Oddly, only one announcement (made yesterday) features anything to do with electronics. Running down the list, I see one that Rodrigo will like in the form of Age of Reptiles.Â Even though IDW Announced its Archie hardcover collections, it looks like Dark Horse is also going to be offering one up.Â I’ll have to follow up on this one.Â There’s also a new One-Shot program coming out of DHC, with the mighty Conan getting featured in the
Press Release Following the release of the highly anticipated Dethklok vs. The Goon, Dark Horse Comics and Adult Swim announce a brand-new comics series based on the immensely popular animated show Metalocalypse. The bandâ€™s five membersâ€”Nathan Explosion, William â€œMurderface,â€ Skwisgaar Skwigelf, Toki Wartooth, and Picklesâ€”will be featured in a full publishing program created by series co-creator Brendon Small and a collaborative team of Metalocalypse and Dark Horse artists and writers.
The first issue of the Greg Rucka, JH Williams III Detective Comics series took off like a bang, with fans falling all over themselves trying to heap a big amount of praise on the work.Â Detective Comics #855 arrives on store shelves on July 29, 2009, and DC Comics has released a sneak preview for you to check out.
Press Release Hero Initiative and Meltdown Comics are pleased to announce 100 Bullets: Last Shot, the farewell party to the critically acclaimed Vertigo/DC Comics series 100 BULLETS on July 11th, 2009. The party will take place at 7:30 PM at Meltdown Comics, 7522 Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles, CA. Tickets to the party are available now at MeltComics.com . The event coincides with the release of the final 100 BULLETS paperback, WILT. Copies will be available for sale at the event, with a limited edition tip-in plate signed by both writer Brian Azzarello and cover artist Dave Johnson.
Press Release For the month of June, The Art Institute of Portland Gallery is hosting Portland comic book artist JoÃ«lle Jones and writer Jamie S. Rich in a unique first look at their collaborated graphic novel You Have Killed Me, due this July from Oni Press. On view will be excerpts and original pages from the book, as well at the opportunity to speak to the artist and writer about the new book and the creative process behind it. The Gallery show, titled â€œComic Noir: The Art of JoÃ«lle Jones,â€ will debut on First Thursday (June 4th) with an artist
During the upfronts and unveils, Fox unleashed the trailer to the upcoming Human Target series, based on the DC Comics series.Â Looks like a lot of action and a fairly well known cast of characters.Â Let’s just hope Fox keeps it around instead of giving it the heave-ho after three episodes.
The Source posted this Kamandi page from the upcoming Wednesday Comics series.Â I really like how Ryan Sook’s art and style, along with Dave Gibbons writing gives this page the look and feel of the Prince Valiant strips from the Sunday comics section in the newspaper. As much as I was going to try and avoid this series, I think this page finally sold it for me. via The Source
DC Comics has released a couple of pages from the upcoming Wednesday Comics series, and it looks pretty schweeeeet! The brainchild of DC Comics Art Director Mark Chiarello, WEDNESDAY COMICS is a unique and groundbreaking storytelling method â€” 16 pages, printed on broadsheet-size newsprint, featuring weekly stories by the best and brightest creators out there. Itâ€™s gotta look great, right? Take the jump and take a gander!
If you are tired of vampires, perhaps you’d like to check out a werewolf tale set in the old west.Â Co-Creator of the Zuda Comics series dropped us a quick email about the launch tonight (Monday) at sundown. Our special thanks to everyone who has helped make HIGH MOON a success in 2008. 2009 has plenty of surprises in store (along with a HIGH MOON trade in October!) via Zuda Comics
I’ve been a fan of Trudy Cooper and Danny Murphy’s Platinum Grit web comic for a couple of year now, and when I saw Image Comics is collecting the series in a print volume, it’s something I had to put on my pull list. “PLATINUM GRIT being published by Shadowline is a dream come true for me,” Shadowline Editor Kristen Simon said. “I’ve been a fan of the web comic for many years now and was thrilled when we were able to bring it over to Shadowlineâ€™s website as well.Â Publisher Jim Valentino enjoyed it so much he agreed we
The big trend in promoting comics has been taking a series or issue and turning it into a “Motion Comic”.Â This is where the art is scanned or imported into a motion graphics application like Adobe After Effects, and then manipulated to give the illusion you are watching an animated feature.Â I’ve seen some really good stuff, and I’ve seen some absolute drek. The latest comic to get the treatment is the old Batman: Black and White series from DC Comics.Â I’ve watched the trailer and it does look pretty good, and will more than likely check out the ten
Press Release (San Diego, December 8,Â 2008) The Original Crew of the Starship Enterprise are roaring to the iPhone and iPod touch from IDW Publishing and iVerse Media.Â Available immediately, Star Trek Archives: The Best of Peter David #1 is the first issue of the ongoing digital comics series that reprints some of the best comics from Star Trek’s illustrious history. Peter David is one of the most popular and respected Star Trek writers, known for his mingling of humor and popular culture. â€œWeâ€™re very excited that some of IDWâ€™s Star Trek titles will now available for readers to download
We’ve already told you about Alex Johnson playing Saturn Girl in the upcoming Smallville episode featuring the Legion of Super-Heroes.Â IMDB has updated the show’s cast naming Ryan Kennedy as Cosmic Boy and Calum Worthy as Lightning Lad. The scheduled date for the show is in January, which just so happens to be the same month the Legion of Super-Heroes comic ends with issue #50.Â Nice timing.Â Of course the first appearance of the Legion occurred in Adventure Comics #247, and DC is wisely launching a new Adventure Comics series in February, so maybe someone is on the ball after