Press Release Sequart Research & Literacy Organization (sequart.org) is proud to announce the release of its newest book of comics analysis, Shot in the Face: A Savage Journey to the Heart of Transmetropolitan, which is edited by Chad Nevett.
Press Release In the near future, the living and the dead share the same space. Known as â€œBlue Lights,â€ the non-living are mostly harmless, roaming the streets, hiding from city lights, scuttling in the shadows. But when they begin to appear as ghostly weapons of mass destruction, Metro Police has only one person for the job: Alice Hotwire, Detective Exorcist. Underfunded, undermanned and under investigation, her department is the only thing standing between the city and certain destruction.
Who would have thought the week after the San Diego Comic Con would be full of such interesting moments?Â Here’s a look back at what you may have missed last week. The signed Major Spoilers poster arrives at Stately Spoiler Manor Alien gets a prequel and Ridley Scott is going to direct Who knew two Fantastic Four covers would cause so much discussion Major Spoilers Adventures clocks in with the 2nd installment.Â Extra points to those that recognized all the bad guys looked like Rodrigo. Victoria offers up advice for those wanting to Cosplay Who likes Dungeons and Dragons? Then
DC Comics has announced Aaron Lopresti has created a variant cover to Wonder Woman #26, by Gail Simone. Following months of speculation over a new, male Wonder Woman and his fellow Manazons, WONDER WOMAN #26 puts the rumors to rest. In this issue, learn what horrific new threat Special Agent Diana Prince is unknowingly leading her team of agents against. And, at long last, the fate of the Amazons is revealed. The issue is scheduled to be in stores on November 26, 2008. DC has also announced it is publishing new editions of the Transmetropolitan trade paperbacks to meet demands
On the next Major Spoilers Podcast (episode 19 for those of you keeping track at home), we’ll be reviewing Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson’s The Boys: The Name of the Game trade paperback. Collecting the first 6 issues of the controversial new series from PREACHER writer Garth Ennis and artist Darick Robertson (TRANSMETROPOLITAN)! Don’t miss this dark, twisted look at SUPERPOWERS, super – people, and the men and women who make sure the world’s “heroes” never go too far. Also features an introuction from writer, actor and producer Simon Pegg, the creator and star of Shaun of the Dead, Spaced