If there’s one thing his presidency has proven – Barack Obama can sell comic books. IDW Publishing is back with another Barack Obama themed comic, this time looking at his first 100 days in office. (San Diego, CA; February 28, 2009) — Capture history with IDW Publishingâ€™s new comic book series about Americaâ€™s 44th president, Barack Obama. Hot on the heels of IDWâ€™s repeatedly sold out Presidential Material: Barack Obama comic (now in its fifth printing), this two-issue series will chronicle then-Senator Obama from his Greek column-framed acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in August, through the 100th day
The Glyph Comics Awards has announced the nominees for the 2009 awards.Â This is the fourth year for the competition and there are many new names on the list.Â Judging this year’s entries are: Valerie Dâ€™Orazio, president, Friends of Lulu; Mathan Erhardt, writer, Comics Nexus; Ed Mathews, columnist, Pop Image; Tim Oâ€™Shea, writer/interviewer, TalkingWithTim.com; and Elayne Riggs, comics reviewer and commentator. You can also vote for the Fan Award for Best Comic between now and March 31, 2009, at East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention (ECBACC), www.ecbacc.com/wordpress.Â The full nominee list after the jump.
If you are going to be surrounded by the undead, and only have a short time left, then there’s only one thing to do – solve the greatest mystery of your life. ZOMBIE COP begins with police officer Joe Mundy being infected with the zombie plague and realizing he only has a short time to find who’s responsible before he’s fully taken over.Â Written by award-winning novelist and comic book writer Jeff Mariotte with fully painted art by rising star Szymon Kudranski, ZOMBIE COP promises to be alternately humorous, horrific and tragic, while leaving you to question what it means