Monday Monsters, Squirrels, Dragons, Vampires, Killer Flowers And Hellish Covers

Posted by September 7, 2009 Comment

champvmgcoverfinal313-724x1024Steve Bissette helps launch the Vermont Monster Guide he illustrated – with pictures of the event at the Centre Of Cartoon Studies here. The next events are listed here.

Will the D23 DisneyCon give us any more Marvel/Disney scoops or will it all be about theme parks?

The Washington Times cite Squirrel Girl as evidence of Marvel’s reach of characters. Somewhere Dan Slott squeals with joy. But was “Universal seen as big loser” really necessary?

Retropreneur Edward Catto gets Captain Action some local press… Dragon*Con gets some too

Dacre Stoker and Ian Holt (both writing forewords for the Harker graphic novel) have their own prose sequel to Dracula,  Dracula the Un-Dead . While Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colon have their own Dracula graphic novel, Vlad the Impaler: The Man Who Was Dracula. Is anyone not doing a Dracula sequel right now?

And Mike Choi improvises some disturbing animation on the Nintendo DSi…

And may I introduce… the Japanese covers to their two volume edition of From Hell… catch the motion comic teaser at the link.

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(Last Updated September 7, 2009 4:52 am )

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