The New York Times has an article covering The Dark Knight movie, and has four new photos to boot.
In a political context this would politely be called an â€œunintended consequence.â€ (Gotham as Baghdad, anyone?) Mr. Nolan doesnâ€™t deny the overtones. â€œAs we looked through the comics, there was this fascinating idea that Batmanâ€™s presence in Gotham actually attracts criminals to Gotham, attracts lunacy,â€ he said. â€œWhen youâ€™re dealing with questionable notions like people taking the law into their own hands, you have to really ask, where does that lead? Thatâ€™s what makes the character so dark, because he expresses a vengeful desire.â€
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Congrats go out to James L White for having his Hunter’s Moon comic nominated for not one, but two Glyph Awards.Â White is nominated for Story of the Year and Best Writer.
“Being nominated for one Glyph Award is an honor. Being nominated for two is an absolute blessing. I am so pleased to be recognized amongst so many comics greats. Writing is my passion, and it makes even more fruitful when others enjoy my work, so thank you,” said James L. White, writer of Hunter’s Moon.
About Hunter’s Moon
Stockbroker Lincoln “Linc” Greer, divorced dad, is looking forward to a hot date in a remote cabin for the weekend. When his date cancels and he gets stuck with visitation rights with his son, he takes the boy hunting in the wilds of Oregon. Before he knows it, his son is kidnapped and a voice at the other end of his cell phone tells him to do what he asks – if he ever wants to see his son again! Linc soon finds that he’s the only African-American man in this small mostly white logging community. Isolated and alone, he’s got to face a contentious community and save his son!
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As another blogger pointed out, it took far too long for this to appear.
The reasoning is even better.
Okay, time for you artist types to send me your favorite non-Marvel characters as Skrulls.
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Avatar Press has sent Major Spoilers the solicitation information and cover images for titles shipping in April 2008. Take the jump for the full list and an eye full of the image above.
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