I happened to be thinking about which comic book artist would draw the best Supermoon earlier tonight (shut up) and figured it’d be one of the early Image artists. Because when I think of the work of guys like Todd McFarlane, and say, Stephen Platt, I think of those cratery, that’s-no-moon sized moons. And then Geoff Boucher of Hero Complex tweeted about Berni Wrightson, and that’s a point too.
But let’s take it to the polls:
And now, on with the countdown:
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“It used to be a joke, as long as you keep buying late books, we’ll keep making them. What happened is, you stopped buying them. It’s not a joke anymore. We need to get our schedule under control.”
That was Matt Fraction’s quote there, describing what Fear Itself is not about, in that it’s more about the general unease and panic of the modern day. And also the very thematic conflict between Thor and Iron Man in how they exist in the same world – and this is very much reflected in the upcoming movies.
“I don’t know. Will it show up soon? In ten years, sure. Maybe.”
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It didn’t take long for yesterday’s made-for-photoshop pic of Adrianne Palicki in the new TV Wonder Woman costume to start inspiring potential improvements on the original.
Wonder Woman TV developments continue at a brisk pace, and here’s our first look at Adrianne Palicki in the Wonder Woman costume.
Hold the front page: there’s going to be a streetwise Gotham girl in The Dark Knight Rises, and she might be played by Juno Temple.
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Nutty title. Nutty trailer? We should be so lucky. It’s business as usual in giant robot land.
I have to say, it’s a bold advertising strategy. The cover/poster/teaser/thing for Moon Knight #1 from Marvel in May from Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev seems to be saying you can buy this comic, and not bother with Avengers, New Avengers, Secret Avengers, Avengers Academy and all the rest.
And there I was hoping it would be that Mark has burnt the CLiNT logo onto the moon. To Photoshop!