GillenWatch: Is it just me, of whenever Kieron Gillen speaks on camera… is he dancing?
MarketWatch: Bill from New York scores with his old comics…
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“By refusing to exclude rape from his depictions of violence and power in action in my view Moore is fulfilling an important function. While ninety nine percent of popular fictions are happy to present us with a picture of violence that excludes most of the troubling bits, a violence that is fundamentally fun and entertaining, Moore is prepared to go to much more uncomfortable places and thank God.”
The disturbing trend of people being convicted for possessing imagery of sexual acts considered obscene by the court with jurisdiction, images that don’t involve actual people in their production or depiction, continues in Idaho.
Thanks to Google Maps and an eagle-eyed Reddit user, we now know that the United States Air Force is hiding very special weapon on a military base in Okinawa, Japan. Oh yes, they’re working with him.
These War Insignia, designed by Walt Disney and his artists, are being used by many branches of the service, as well as by the American volunteers in the Chinese air service, the Eagle Squadron of the R.A.F., and the Free French forces.
Proving that sentiment sells, the original 1952 cover art for the best-selling children’s book, Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White, brought an incredible sum at tonight’s sale by Heritage Auctions in New York City. The cover art drawn by legendary children’s illustrator Garth Williams sold for $155,350 more than five times the pre-sale estimate and a world’s record for any of Williams’ art.
I think everything about being Supergirl is special. When I saw the graphics for her, I thought “I don’t think I’m ever gonna look that good again,” so I’m going to soak it up and enjoy it. I feel like animated characters always have longer calves than they have thighs. They have these tiny little thighs and these big, wonderful calves and then these big hips, and this tiny little waist. I feel like it’d be hard to keep your balance, but it looks good. Plus I loved this script, and I loved the character. Who wouldn’t love to be Supergirl? So I had a great time.
Written by Dan Slott (whom we talked with about the recent Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions video game), the story arc begins in Amazing Spider-Man No. 648, an issue that finds Peter with a new job and a new girlfriend, hanging out with the Avengers and a new Spider-Girl, his greatest enemy is in the slammer, and the majority of his rogues gallery on ice for the time being. All is looking pretty good. However, this is Spidey we’re talking about here, who’s been marked for life upheaval quite a bit in his superhero career. In fact, that sure does look a lot like the mysterious Hobgoblin in this brand new trailer
I think many of us who grew up in the 80’s – during this time when comics became so rich and probing – I think we’re not necessarily as aware of the conventional or historical divisions between literary works, comic books and genre stories. I think the barrier between all these different forms of writing is much more porous nowadays, which is a very exciting turn.
Authorities say the July burglary targeted a comic book collection at the home of 77-year-old Homer Marciniak. 41-year-old Rochester collectibles business owner Rico Vendetti is accused of hiring 17-year-old Juan Javier to steal the collection.