I’ve always had a complicated relationship with the My Little Pony franchise. I always really liked them aesthetically and spent a good deal of time trying to convince my sister to let me play with the ones she had. The ponies often became mounts for He-Man and Nien Nub, and my sister was OK with it as long as I was willing to let her play with Teela every once in a while.
But when it came to the animated shows I usually found them saccharine, trite and even disingenuous. Which was sad because I always liked the toy design. I wanted to like the show, but I just couldn’t.
Next week, the friendship between Sara Pezzini and Dani Baptiste is put to the test and could change Witchblade forever.Â Top Cow has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek for Witchblade #124, hitting stores of February 4, 2009.
This is both awesome and insane at the same time.Â You’ll have to watch all the way to the end to see what the heck is happening, and when you see the reveal, your jaw drops.
All this from the graphic novel Alan’s War:Â The Memories of G.I. Alan Cope.
Across a generation, a deep friendship blossomed between Alan Cope and author/artist Emmanuel Guibert. From it, Alanâ€™s War was born â€“ a graphic novel that is a deeply personal and moving experience, straight from the heart of the Greatest Generation â€“ a unique piece of WWII literature and a ground-breaking graphic memoir.
Arcana Comics has announced that Jennica Harper has been hired to write the big screen adaptation of the company’s Clockwork Girl.
The comic tells the tale of a nameless robot girl and her friendship with an amazing mutant boy. The series was the first release from Arcana’s new Arcana Kids imprint and has received critical acclaim for its artwork and touching story.
If you haven’t picked up the hard cover of this nice series, you really should; it is a sweet little story that will make a great animated film.
I love the art style of Arcana Comics’ Clockwork Girl, and the story is very good too.
Clockwork Girl tells the tale of a nameless robot girl who has recently been given the gift of life from her creator. While she explores the wonders of an ordinary world she meets an amazing mutant boy and they share a friendship that must overcome their warring families. Created by Sean Oâ€™Reilly and Kevin Hanna, the series was the first release from Arcanaâ€™s all ages division, Arcana Kids. Debuting in July 2007 the book received critical acclaim for its astounding artwork and timeless love story.