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LegoPress ReleaseSolicitationsTwoMorrows Publishing

Press Release Shipping April 22 is BrickJournal #34, the latest issue of TwoMorrows Publishing’s acclaimed magazine for LEGO enthusiasts of all ages. This 80-page full-color issue spotlights LEGO Super-Heroes, from original takes on Superman and Batman, to Sandman, Agents of SHIELD, and more. The lead feature is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of BrickNerd Studios’ recent Batman Vs. Superman animated short (viewable at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qP2QTXyy-D4), featuring minifigures of the two heroes squaring off in a hilarious stop-motion battle against one another.

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Press ReleaseSolicitationsWalking DeadZombies

Press Release Titan Magazines and Skybound are pleased to announce the launch of The Walking Dead, The Official Magazine, based on Robert Kirkman’s Eisner Award-winning comic book series, best-selling graphic novels and Emmy-winning AMC television series based upon them.

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artArt Appreciation Moment of the DayLego

LEGO Star Wars is like when you got your chocolate in my peanut butter, but without chocolate or peanut butter.  Still, I’ve always liked this toy franchise, and when Mike Stimpson takes a mini-fig Stormtrooper and turns it into a work of art, it warrants being featured in this daily site segment.

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Bluewater Productions

The naked physiques of Eva Mendes, Pamela Anderson and Alicia Silverstone have rocked billboards, buildings, and magazines for years as celebs take it off for PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).  Bluewater Productions is also getting into the act with its own “We’d rather go naked than wear fur” campaign. “We are excited to be part of this national campaign series,” says publisher Darren G. Davis. “To have our characters be the first comic book in this historical campaign is something I am proud of. One of our upcoming comic stories will feature PETA and the fur issue.”

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Todd McFarlaneToys

If you haven’t figured it out by now, those of us in the United States of America are going through some tough economic times.  The recession has caused massive layoffs in the publishing industry (with many magazines, and newspapers shutting down) to the point where my long running claim that print is dead may finally happen.   The bad times don’t just affect the print, automotive, and housing industries, however.  Todd McFarlane wrote an official announcement of the layoffs at toy company in the Spawn message board.

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