I really like checking out Joe Quinones’ blog on a regular basis. He’s always posting interesting bits on the creation of images you find in your comic books. He did some work at the Emerald City Comic Con, and it makes our Art Appreciation Moment of the Day.
After a prolonged absence from the print medium, Dark Horse Presents returns. But will this return, with such creators as Paul Chadwick, Richard Corben, and Neal Adams, be a boon? Or a burden? Take the jump faithful Spoilerite to find out.
This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, Stephen, Rodrigo, and Matthew take a jump into the Star Wars universe, and see how things really played out in the Mark Rubio Tag and Bink are Dead from Dark Horse Comics.
April 12, 2011 Tag and Bink are Dead
Tag and Bink are the main characters in a series of comic books spoofing Star Wars. Tag is from the planet Corellia and Bink is from Alderaan. The two first meet when they are found to have Force potential. The comics illustrate how these two Jedi in training haphazardly cause all the pivotal events in the Star Wars universe. Like other Star Wars comics, Tag and Bink is published by Dark Horse Comics.
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At times there seems to be a stigma attached to movie sequels. A lot of the time they have no purpose other than to capitalize on the name recognition of their popular predecessor. But there are times where the sequels live up to what has come before, or even surpass it on some occasions. Take the jump and see which movies made the cut, and Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo sadly didn’t.
In the pulse-pounding, hour-long season finale, Ahsoka Tano is taken captive and stranded on a planetary game preserve, where she finds herself on the run from merciless and sadistic Trandoshan hunting parties. With the odds stacked against her and no rescue in sight, hope for survival begins to dwindle – that is, until her escape efforts receive an unexpected boost from a friendly – and furry! – fellow captive. The chase begins with “Padawan Lost” and continues into “Wookiee Hunt” – it’s a must-see, double dose of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, airing at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT Friday, April 1 on Cartoon Network.
Braun and Vivid Entertainment were auditioning actors last week, and have narrowed it down to some new-ish stars, and some old favorites, including Lexington Steele as Darth Vader.
Take the jump for the complete press release. The press release and the image of Allie Haze are both safe for work, but if you decide to do a Google Search for Allie Haze with Safe Search OFF, you’re going to get something your boss would not approve of. Unless, your boss is also a perv, in which case, search away!