John Romita Jr
Or – “She Looks Really Weird On That Cover, Doesn’t She?” I’ve been a fan of John Romita Jr. since his run on Spider-Man decades ago, and have appreciated Mark Millar’s work since the early 90’s. When they work together, though, I find my opinion of their work to be all over the place. Can Hit-Girl get past the novelty value of a foul-mouthed 12 year old murderess? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Press Release The Baltimore Comic-Con is happy to announce the addition of comic super-star John Romita, Jr. to the growing line-up for this year’s show, taking place September 8-9, 2012 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Romita, Jr. will be appearing at the Hero Initiative booth both Saturday and Sunday.
Or – “I Think This Is Volume Four, But I’m Not Sure It Matters…” From the ashes of the New Avengers comes… the old Avengers! Or at least a reasonable approximation of their membership. With the Green Goblin replaced by the Super-Soldier, the time has come from heroes to step out of the shadows, free of the fear of government interference and do their Avengery thing in broad daylight. Two questions remain, though: What is Steve Rogers’ ultimate goal and WHO will he choose to populate the ranks of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes?
Press Release JIM LEE, the fan favorite artist of Batman, X-Men & WildC.A.T.s, provides the Image Comics published Comic Book Legal Defense Fund benefit anthology, LIBERTY COMICS #2 with an all-new, limited edition 1-in-25Â variant cover based off his collaboration with Sandman writer NEIL GAIMAN.
Pencil in April 16, 2010 as a day you’re going to be busy.Â That’s the date Lionsgate is planning on releasing Matthew Vaughn’sÂ Kick-Ass movie adaptation. Lionsgate acquired North American distrib rights to “Kick-Ass” shortly after Comic-Con. Pic, starring Nicolas Cage and Aaron Johnson, is based on the bestselling comic by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. Storyline revolves around a young boy who inspires a subculture of wannabe superheroes who have no powers. I’m sure after the government takes all my money on the 15th, I’ll be ready to kick some ass of my own, so this looks like
Word out of H’wood this morning is that Lionsgate Entertainment has picked up the domestic distribution rights to Matthew Vaughn’s Kick-Ass movie adaptation.Â The Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. movie adaptation is still on track for a 2010 release to theaters. via Variety