Friday Runaround – The Distant Spoils

StanWatch: This is Reggie The Veggie Crocodile, from Stan Lee’s new kids comics line from 1821, launching at San Diego Comic Con today.

The comics, including canine cops The Fuzz Posse were created by Stan Lee and 1821′s Paris Kasidokostas Lastis and Terry Dougas. Dani Jones has also brought his Monsters Vs Kittens comic to the line…

This is Computo the Comic Link Conqueror speaking. I come for your women. But for now I merely collate comic-related bits and pieces online. One day I will rule. Until that day, read on.

They say I am a work in progress. The fools.

Happy Halloween, Freaks and Pirates! – Steve Niles | Horror Writer

Here is a FREE Bloody Pulp PDF download of PIECES FOR MOM. It’s one little self-contained story. It’s a TAD violent. Be warned.

Exclusive Preview: Batman Fights Superman in ‘Justice League’ | Culture News | Rolling Stone

“So how do we get from that world to the world we all kind of know DC to be, which is a one of hope and where these characters are more champions than outcasts?” Lee continues. “That’s what Justice League is about. It’s about showing when these characters come together to save humanity, and humanity accepts who they are. Then there’s that transition from that kind of dark world to one that has a little bit more hope and a brighter future.”

Thor 2 Release Moved From Summer To November 2013

Disney also announced that Thor 2 will be moved to Nov. 15, 2013 from July 26, 2013, and Phineas and Ferb will hit theaters on July 26, 2013.

Comics on the iOS 5 Newsstand by Graphicly

We’re extremely excited today to announce that Graphicly is the first and only provider of monthly comics available on the Newsstand in iOS 5.

Hastings Will Not Join Boycott of DC Graphic Novels

We’ve heard that some other stores have decided not to carry core DC comic’s graphic novels like Watchman and Blackest Night. Rest assured if you want a copy of any of the books they are not carrying, you can get them at any of our locations! If it’s not in stock when you get there, we’ll gladly order it for you at no extra charge!

The State of Colleen’s Industry From Print to Web: It’s working, and I didn’t need a gag strip to make it pay | A Distant Soil by Colleen Doran

Been doing a lot of behind the scenes conferencing with some webcomickers, and crunching my numbers for A Distant Soil. The news is all very good, and while I don’t have as much time to do deeper analysis as I’d like, my bottom line is up significantly, and my online audience is ten times higher than when I started the five day a week online serialization of A Distant Soil 2.5 years ago.