Press Release Top Cow Productions, Inc. proudly announced today its plans locate new talent to join the world famous Top Cow Studio at this yearâ€™s Comic-Con International, the worldâ€™s biggest and most exciting popular culture convention brought together in the San Diego Convention Center in California from July 23rd-26th.
IDW Publishing has announced plans to publish the entire run of Noel Sickles Scorchy Smith series that ran in newspapers from 1933-1936. During the three years that Noel Sickles wrote and illustrated Scorchy Smith, he revolutionized the field when he moved away from the heavy black outlines predominant in the comic strips of the day. He adopted storytelling techniques from the motion pictures, while relying on brushwork to create a looser, chairoscuro representation of people, action, and scenery. Pete Hamill observed, “Sickles was the first artist to use the brush boldly, in an impressionistic way.” “Scorchy Smith became a primer
Hey everyone. Just wanted to post an official response to a certain unhappy lurker on the Major Spoilers site, in regards to comments. As most of you who have visited the site know, we try to make this as fun a destination as it can be. Yes, some stories suck, and some rock, but that is totally at the discretion of the editors of the site. Many of you also know that you are free to comment on any of these articles, providing your comments have meaning. In other words, comments like “W00T First!” and “This story sucks balls!” have
You may have noticed your comments appearing a lot faster than normal – like right away for most of you.Â The reason is this; Akismit has done an excellent job separating the spam from the real comments, and to encourage you to comment more often, I’ve turned off moderation for anyone who already has a comment approved on the site. For those who have never commented, you still go into moderation stasis until it is approved, but after that you should be good to go. Going unmoderated does not mean the higher ups aren’t keeping a watchful eye on comments.Â