AlanMooreEpitaphWatch: “I don’t really much care, because I won’t be around to glory in it. I don’t know, as somebody who was a good writer, a decent magician and who tried to follow his path with integrity to the best of his ability. And also that I was really sexy.” – the final third part of Alan Moore‘s interview with Honest Publishing.
MeltdownWatch: The Pilot Season “Take Control” party invites Los Angeles fans to meet Joshua Hale Fialkov, Rahsan Ekedal, Morgan Davis Foehl, Dennis Calero, Brad Keene, Matt Hawkins, Filip Sablik, Nick Nantell, Dan Casey, and Troy Peteri – all involved in 2011’s Pilot Season competition. The event is co-sponsored by Chipotle Mexican Grill. Wednesday from 7-9pm. Fans will have the opportunity to mingle with the creative teams, get their Pilot Season issues signed, receive free comics from Top Cow, and enjoy free food and drinks furnished by Chipotle Mexican Grill. And anyone who turns up gets a “Buy One, Get One Free” certificate for Chipotle…
IndiaWatch: India goes digital comics;
Liquid Comics, which owns one of the world’s largest comic book libraries based on Indian characters by Indian creators, announced today the launch of Graphic India, a new digital platform to promote comic books in India and showcase young artists and writers in the country.
Graphic India intends to be India’s premiere graphic novel platform and community, leveraging Liquid’s large library of high quality content created by Indian creators, while also aggressively commissioning and showcasing numerous original stories by India’s greatest new visionaries.
BoyToyWatch: Jeff Trojan, ex of DC Comics, is now VP boys brands for Playmates,
WhenIWasYoungWatch: A decade and a half ago, I appeared on The People Vs Jerry Sadowitz in Channel 5. I was, at that time, the only person he didn’t buzz off. I can’t watch it but… you can.
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
After turning down a job designing theme parks with Disney, he formed Yoe! Studio, where he works with his wife, Clizia, in their home producing toys, books, and more. Having written many tomes on the history of comics, IDW Publishing gave him his own imprint, Yoe! Books, where he republishes many lost treasures from the golden days of comics with added context – you know, those days when comics were still called “the funnies” for a reason.