A CAT WEARING CLOTHES
DC Women Kicking Ass has undertaken a considerablde degree of investigative journalism, to unearth the original pencil art of the first page of the New 52 Catwoman #2, which originally would have seen Catwoman in her underwear snuggled up to Batman, and the the inked artwork that covered her up a little.
As well as a look at the other costumes Guillem March designed for the character before the relaunch.
ADVENTURE ORDER TIME
Initial orders on the first Adventure Time original graphic novel are higher than Boom’s initial orders on both Adventure Time Volume 1 and 2 – so it’s the highest ordered AT collected edition yet – at least initially.
IT’S ABOUT TIME
From Brian Bendis’s Tumblr Account on Ultimate Spider-Man.
“…we are going to do a time jump pretty soon so miles will be older. I just saw the artwork and it’s a very impressive bit of physical character artistry by David Marquez.”
Could this be related to Spider-Men 2?
GROWN UP CATS
Cats In The Alley is a new webcomic from Erik Kraft and Nicolle Elizabeth, who both met as extras on the set of the Adam Sandler movie Grown Ups…
TIME TO DO THE LICHTENSTEIN DANCE ONE MORE TIME
With a new exhibition at Tate Modern, it’s time to bring it all out again. Marc Ellerby talks to The Guardian…
the fact remains that Lichtenstein was simply reproducing the work of the original comic artists, without adding much. These artists – people like Jack Kirby and John Romita Senior – were often war veterans, working for hire. They were badly paid, at least at the beginning of their careers, and their talents largely went unacknowledged. The artist who drew Whaam! wasn’t even credited by the comic that ran the original strip, DC’s All-American Men of War. The strip is reproduced here, but I still think the curators could have made more of an effort to acknowledge Lichtenstein’s sources.