Monday Runaround: Zombie Cars, Zombie Lighthouses, Katy Perry

MLKWatch: From Corey Ross…

DevilIsInTheDetailWatch: The Metro newspaper announces that the new League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen comic features Harry Potter as the Devil. No it doesn’t…

HyundaiWatch: Courtesy of Hyundai, Robert Kirkman is now a aitomobile designer. Look for this zombie survival car to appear at San Diego…

LighthouseWatch: But sadly not zombie proof lighthouses.

SuperWatch:The Daily Mail insist that Katy Perry was dressing as a superhero at the MuchMusic Video Awards. Because she wore a dress and did her hair.

Meanwhile, Katy Perry made a bid to join the ranks of Spider-Man, The Fantastic Four and Captain America.

She’s long favoured the cartoon look, but America’s favourite songstress excelled herself tonight by transforming into a bonafide superhero for the MuchMusic Video Awards.

The 27-year-old looked like she’d stepped straight from the pages of one of Stan Lee’s brightly coloured Marvel sketch stories as she arrived on the red carpet in Toronto tonight.

GayWatch: Dan Parent’s exhibition at Orbital Comics and the X-Men Gay Wedding Club event, gets coverage

FamilyWatch: The Kuberts get snapped for both their school and for Before Watchmen: Nite Owl.

FatherWatch: From a Father, an idea about fathers…

A couple of years ago, I was invited to be the commencement speaker at the Plainfield Correctional Facility, and while I was there a chaplain said, “The majority of inmates in this facility grew up without a father in the home. You should do a story on that.”

At the time, I was working on an 11-part graphic novel about child poverty called “The Path to Hope” for The Star’s opinion pages.

So when my editor asked me, a few months ago, if I had any ideas for another graphic novel, I pitched “The Father Factor.” This is the logical follow-up to my first series because children in single-parent families are six times more likely to live in poverty.

SunWatch: Rupert Murdoch’s The Sun depicts Scottish footballers “Team X” as X-Men. Using imagery from Fox’s movie…


Now Titan Comics Want An Advertising and Marketing Assistant As Well

The Cast Of Wynonna Earp Takes To Social Media To Support #Spiritday

James Wan Says Aquaman Will Be ‘In The Spirit Of Raiders of the Lost Ark Meets Romancing the Stone’


Writer’s Commentary: Erik Mona Talks Pathfinder Worldscape #1

Under Pressure, Midtown Comics J Scott Campbell Riri Williams Cover Cancelled. One Of Them.

How Marvel Will Increase Orders For Inhumans Vs X-Men Party Promotions

Joss Whedon Wants To Take On A Star Wars Movie

“Everything Is An Advert For Everything Else” – Tom Scioli Talks Transformers Vs. GI Joe And Young Animal’s Super Powers


Infamous Murders Get More Printings


Dark Horse Registers Trademarks For Golden Age Fantasy And Horror Comics That Fought The Senate Subcommittee