I like the flipbook concept, unless of course I’m stupid enough to pull two copies off the shelf thinking they are different without flipping through the issue first.Â Anyhoo, Image Comics is taking the sold out #1 issue of Chew and packaging it with The Walking Dead #63.Â This isn’t some half issue, or two page preview gimmick, Image is putting the full issue in the book, giving readers 2 comics for the price of one. “As a creator, there’s nothing more satisfying than hearing that a lot of people are interested in reading your book. The flip side of
In which time travel becomes even more confusing If I had the ability to travel through time, there are many things Iâ€™d try and go back and fix in order to make the future better.Â One thing I know I donâ€™t want to do is travel to a future where a giant starfish has taken over the planet and Iâ€™m being cast into a pit of spores.
Former Alias titles Victoria’s Secret Service and Judo Girl are getting the trade treatment in December, thanks to Bluewater Productions. Judo Girl is a woman on a mission: after having spent 40-years in suspended animation, she searches for her missing brother. And Captain Steel hasn’t exactly spent the last four decades collecting rust either.Â Indeed, his awful plans are about to solidify on a worldwide scale. On the flip side is a retro story set during the era of go-go boots and slot cars revealing the secret origin of the original Steel Ray! Martial art meets pop art; both the
With 125,000 people attending the San Diego Comic Con, the city of San Diego is bursting at the seems. With a limit on the number of people that can get into the convention hall, and growth expected, is it time for Comic Con International to move the show somewhere else?
Writer Randy Jandt makes his “The Spectacular Spider-Man” debut with a tight, exciting, frequently funny script that offers Doctor Octopus entrÃ©e into the series this Saturday, May 3 in the all-new episode, “Reaction.” The episode, directed by Jennifer Coyle, premieres at 10:00 a.m. ET/PT on Kids’ WB! on The CW. In the episode, the nebbishy Dr. Otto Octavius is painfully transformed â€“ by the meddling hands of the Green Goblin â€“ into the menacing Doctor Octopus. The newest villain to hit town, Doc Ock releases his initial anger on Norman Osborne before turning his attention toward Spider-Man as the pair
Or – “How DID Devil-Slayer And Son Of Satan Co-Exist, Anyway?” I give Tony Stark a lot of crap, especially since he turned into Doctor Doom for our own good, but it’s obvious that the man doesn’t understand one whit what makes the Defenders tick. The point of the Non-Team was always that it’s members CHOSE to associate with one another, and then events just sort of occurred AROUND them. Far from being a low-rent Avengers, the Defenders were instead friends and associates who acted heroically in those situations where big-name teams couldn’t have gone or wouldn’t have even bothered.