Press Release A few days after the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo (S.P.A.C.E.), Michael S. Bracco (BIRTH, NOVO) and H.C. Noel (MR. SCOOTLES) are both still reeling from the creator-friendly show. Bracco, who received a finalist award for his graphic novel BIRTH, had this to say about his 2nd time at the show, “SPACE is a great show to do.Â I love the vibe of the show, the true sense of a comic community and being among collegues of such a high caliber.”Â A handful of select creators managed to qualify as a finalist for the S.P.A.C.E. prize (which
Sad news today, as a friend of the Eartha Kitt family reports that the singer and actress has passed at 81 years of age.Â Most readers of Major Spoilers will remember Kitt as the second Catwoman from the 1967-1968 Batman television show. Kitt, a self-proclaimed “sex kitten” famous for her catlike purr, was one of America’s most versatile performers, winning two Emmys and getting a third nomination. She also was nominated for two Tony Awards and a Grammy. She will be missed. via Variety
â€œWe thank the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for honoring Heathâ€™s performance in â€˜The Dark Knight,â€ said Ledgerâ€™s family in a statement. â€œThis nomination is deeply appreciated and is not lost on those of us who continue to love and miss him. We are so proud that our boyâ€™s work is being recognized in this way.â€ Well cool.Â Unfortunately, The Dark Knight was snubbed under the feature film categories. via Variety
Press Release The time has come again to nominate the best and brightest for the Lulu Board of Directors! We need our members to nominate dedicated people to keep up the good work, changes and new adventures for Friends of Lulu that has been the hallmark of 2008. Nominating and voting individuals to the National Board is one of the privileges enjoyed by members of Friends of Lulu; if you are a member please visit our online nomination page at http://www.friends-lulu.org/basicNomForm.php and submit your nominations!
Here’s a title that totally surprises me, but what the heck, there’s already comics about Obama and McCain, so I guess I can roll with the announcement from Bluewater Productions of a Hillary Clinton biographical comic. â€œWeâ€™re excited to bring this book to the table,â€ says Bluewaterâ€™s Vice President Jason Schultz.Â â€œThere are a couple comics focusing on John McCain and Barack Obama, we wanted to feature Hilary who broke all the rules in this election and made historyâ€ This 32-page comic book will be telling the story of her life, â€œFemale Force: Hillary Clintonâ€ will explore both sides of