MAGGIE MAGGIE MAGGIE
This cartoon ran six days ago… not so far off as they thought?
By the way, do let me know where Thatcher’s to be buried: I’m busy filling my bladder in preparation.
— Page 45 (@PageFortyFive) April 8, 2013
To all those too young to remember Margaret Thatcher or didn’t have to live in the UK under her time in office, please let us have this day.
— Dave Elliott (@DeevElliott) April 8, 2013
MAKE MONEY SLOWLY
60,000 comics brought in $200,000…
Neil Gaiman‘s new book Fortunately, The Milk has variant covers and insides. The US edition is illustrated by Skottie Young, but the UK version is illustrated by Chris Riddell.
“This is quite possibly the most exciting adventure ever to be written about milk since Tolstoy’s epic novel War and Milk. It has aliens, pirates, dinosaurs and wumpires in it (but not the handsome, misunderstood kind), also a never-adequately-explained-
bowl-of-piranhas, not to mention a Volcano God.”
Also included in this blog post is his Summer 2013 book tour schedule.
HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT
Titan Comics publishes Fruit Ninja Magazine with a licensed comic strip...
THE WALKING RICK?
Robert Kirkman answers fan questions about AMC’s The Walking Dead
“ We’ve been saying that no one is safe on this show, and I wouldn’t rule out seeing the death of Rick Grimes at almost any point. We really like to keep people guessing, and I could definitely see some interesting stories coming from that. While Rick has been a pretty solid leader, he’s definitely made his share of mistakes. I think seeing Daryl or Maggie or Glenn picking up a larger leadership role in the group could pose some interesting story possibilities.”
Matt Kindt previews some of the custom Mind MGMT dust jackets he will be bringing with him on his summer convention tour
Vertigo offers a special preview of Django Unchained #3
“Reginald Hudlin, the Oscar-nominated “Django Unchained” producer who penned the miniseries, told Hero Complex earlier this year that fealty to the original iteration of Tarantino’s acclaimed screenplay — about freed slave Django teaming with the grandiloquent bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz to search for a trio of ruthless overseers known as the Brittle brothers — was paramount.”