Posted November 16, 2012 by Rich Johnston
We looked at a part of Frank Cho‘s cover to Wonder Woman #4 earlier. Well, now we have the full Wonder Woman #1 variant cover by Cho, with Nei Ruffino on colour. Everyone okay with that?
Last week, Bleeding Cool reported that Wind in the Willows will be releasing in the Fall. Now we are getting a bit of a look inside artist, David Petersen’s process working on the book. He shared on his blog today the journey of working on the wrap around cover, which he also does for his Mouse Guard books. However, before that,… Read more »
This year, the Diamond Summit in Baltimore for retailers will take place solely at the Baltimore Hilton to minimise disruption and travel. It’s an attempt to make things a little easier on comic store owners and employees as well as up the social side. They’ll start the events with a social on the Wednesday at… Read more »
During the Star Trek fan event at Paramount Pictures last night, executive producer J.J. Abrams addressed a question about the ongoing litigation Paramount and CBS are pursuing against the makers of the fan films Prelude to Axanar and Star Trek: Axanar. The case has led to interesting moments, like a brief claiming the Klingon language cannot… Read more »
DC Comics issued this free preview of their upcoming Hanna-Barbera relaunch, reinventing and revamping all manner of characters from the Hanna-Barbera vaults.And yes that, apparently means a hipster Shaggy with a “bad bod”. You see, if says that these are not your parent’s comics…But I can see parents buying them. You know, for themselves… The kids… Read more »
In this clip from the upcoming film The Trust, Nicolas Cage takes aim as Elijah Wood attempts to talk Steven Williams into believing their escapade is part of an undercover operation. In the film, Cage and Wood play a pair of Las Vegas beat cops staring down careers with little upward mobility. Beginning an off-the-books… Read more »