By Marilyn Weiss Babs Tarr opened up her spotlight panel by asking for paper to do sketches. After a few technical difficulties and a quick discussion about the best kind of BBQ, Tarr started drawing Batgirl sketches while answering questions about her journey into the comics industry. Tarr broke into the industry in a big… Read more »
Thanks to Bleeding Cool’s Alex Roberts who got up close and personal with the talent of stage during Marvel Studios’ presentation in Hall H yesterday, at San Diego Comic-Con.
By Jeremy Konrad from San Diego Comic-Con/ SPOILERS ABOUND. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. Friday night saw the big premiere of the latest DC Animated feature based on the classic Batman story by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, The Killing Joke. Already earlier in the day, it was revealed that there was a pretty big (and… Read more »
At the Killing Joke panel at San Diego Comic-Con, it was revealed that the next three animated-to-DVD projects previously unannounced by DC Entertainment, to follow The Killing Joke, would be Justice League Dark, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, and Batman And Harley, the latter being an original story by Bruce Timm. I do hope they keep… Read more »
About a year ago we did a story about Dynamite making a deal to publish comics based on the 90’s cultural phenomenon Homies. Now things are moving forward as the publisher has announced the comic book adventures of Hollywood, Big Loco, Smiley, Gata, and the rest of the Homies cast, courtesy of all-new stories by Homies creator David Gonzales,… Read more »
Kentucky Route Zero has remained one of my most cherished ongoing properties in games. The surrealist, observational and thoughtful experience really is one of a kind in the industry. That is why, after a break of over two years, it’s exciting to say that Act IV is now out. It’s been a long, long wait… Read more »