Free Comic Book Day Runaround – What Will You Get Today?

I’ll be going to Orbital Comics, Forbidden Planet and Gosh Comics for their kids workshop with my eldest daughter Eve and some of her school friends for Free Comic Book Day… but where will you be going?

PressWatch: Hundreds of newspapers dive in to give more and more and more and more coverage to Free Comic Book Day including  Time Magazine, USA Today, LA Times, Bloomberg, and the Washington Post

ComicWatch: BSI Comics of Metairie, Louisiana, is running their own mini-convention today celebrating locl comic book creators.

ComedyWatch: DC Comics may not have actually announced, or even admitted to publishing their line as “zero” issues in September, but that didn’t stop The Comic Book Club with Steve Wacker and Bill Hader talking about it as a fact. Which it is. As all Bleeding Cool readers know.

And yes, Batman #0 should be the Owls hanging out in the kitchen, cooking eggs and saying to each other “I dunno, maybe we should start some shit” as Bill Hader suggests. I’m sure that’s in Scott Snyder’s script.

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.

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Todd’s Blog » Blog Archive » Ira Schnapp and the early DC logos, new information

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From New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and legendary artist Jim Lee, JUSTICE LEAGUE launched DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 by introducing the dawn of the age of superheroes and the shared universe that they inhabit. But JUSTICE LEAGUE VOLUME ONE – ORIGIN contains than more just the story of the World’s Greatest Super Heroes’ first meeting. Exclusive back-up material by Lee and other artists illustrate the design process for the iconic characters – and we’re featuring those designs all this week right here on THE SOURCE.

Flight Plan: Or, What’s This About Pre-Ordering? « Kelly Sue DeConnick

So now we know why.  Let’s talk how.  For the purpose of this instruction set, I’m going to assume you’re brand new to this whole process. In fact, I’m kind of writing this for my mom and her friends.  (Hi, mom.  Hi, mom’s friends.)  I’m also going to assume that you want to pre-order my book.  This process is the same across the board, but, hey, this is my site, I’ve got two kids and let’s not fool anyone here, this activism is borne entirely from a desire to keep Captain Marvel (and Ghost and whatever else I’m writing) coming out every month.

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