doing the right thing
Here’s an interesting bit of news from Boom! Studios; their kids line of comics will be appearing on the store shelves of the Disney Soda Fountain and Studio Store, right next door to the El Capitan Theatre.Â Talk about perfect placement to sell you products! There’s a reason we like Boom! Studios, they are the small guy that is making it big, by doing the right thing.Â Where will this deal lead?Â I can see the Boom!/Disney relationship expand even further, and it will not come as any surprise when the company announces it will handle all the Disney comics.
The saddest part of Supermanâ€™s life is he truly is the last son of the Krypton as presented to him by his father.Â As it stands, he doesn’t belong on Earth, and he certainly doesnâ€™t fit in with the recently freed Kryptonians.Â On the plus side, he is able to thrive in either environment.Â Kal-El has joined his fellow Kryptonians on the new planet, and even though heâ€™s trying to acclimate, itâ€™s his method of getting things done that has General Zod most concerned.
Captain Rex and Commander Cody must find the traitor in their ranks in â€œHidden Enemy,â€ an all-new episode of the hit animated series STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, premiering at 9 p.m. ET/PT Friday, Feb. 6, on Cartoon Network. In the episode, the clones discover evidence that one of their brothers is leaking information to the enemy. Faced with the betrayal, Cody and Rex must uncover the spy before he is able to thwart the Republicâ€™s efforts to liberate Christophsis from a Separatist siege.
Or – “They Had Me At Hello.” Can I just say that I HATE the vertically aligned giant theme covers for Final Crisis and Final Crisis by-products?Â Not only is it nigh-impossible to get a decent cover scan, they have to cram whatever they’re trying to show you into 1/3 of a standard comics page, which compresses the visual information into a tiny little space and crams everything together.Â But enough whining.Â Legion fans and detractors alike have long complained that the logistics of a team with 25 members are impossible to coordinate, and I can certainly feel their pain.Â