SimileWatch: Richard Cohen compares Mitt Romney to Reggie off of Archie Comics.
He has the coldness of Reggie from the “Archie” comics — the guy who had everything except, notably, his name on the cover.
FeedWatch: Fiona Staples responds to Dave Dorman’s breastfeeding blog post to Comics Alliance;
I find it a little hard to fathom why anyone would object to a depiction of breastfeeding, even if it were on a kids’ comic, which it isn’t. I have yet to hear a line of reasoning that makes sense to me. That said, anyone who wants to be grossed out by our comic is of course free to do so. I’m just going to fixate on the part where a master painter called me a ‘gifted artist.’
DoctorWatch: The original actress cast as Sarah Jane Smith in Doctor Who has been revealed to be one April Walker.
StanWatch: Stan Lee is to receive a Lifetime Award from the Visual Effects Society.
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
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The new iteration will be the first time that Spidey, voiced by Drake Bell (Superhero Movie), won’t be going it along, as he’ll be joined by White Tiger, Iron Fist, Power Man and Nova, all of Nick Fury’s S.H.I.E.L.D. While that’s good news for fans of the web-head, Marsh also talked about the premiere of their anticipated animated series, TRON: Uprising.
Not every vision of The Dark Knight has seen the light of day. Here are a few Batman film projects that never got out of the Batcave, from Tim Burton’s proposed third installment to Darren Aronofsky’s much-hyped “Batman: Year One” to a Batman vs. Superman mash-up (the logo of which can be spotted amongst the post-apocalyptic NYC ruins of “I Am Legend”).
The nominees for the 2012 ComicsPRO Industry Appreciation Award are, in alphabetical order:
After a major expansion that coincided with the launch of DC’s “New 52” in December the pace of the sales growth in periodical comics slowed a bit in December, though DC’s quartet of Justice League, Batman, Action Comics, and Green Lantern remained firmly entrenched in the top four spots.
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