FilmWatch1: Millar-hating Latino Review run a shot from the set of Thor, showing The Destroyer, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in Journey Into Mystery #118, in full costume.
FilmWatch2: Pajiba report that Warners are looking into a Starman movie based on the James Robinson/Tony Harris comic.
FilmWatch3: Superman: The Man Of Steel for Christmas 2012? Fitting in with Batman Begins/Dark Knight/Green Lantern continuity in preparation for that Justice League Of America movie announcement that Geoff Johns was teasing for San Diego 2010?
FreeComicWatch: Boom! give you more comic book for your… lack of money. It’s Free Comic Book Day offering will now be a flipbook of Irredeemable #1 and Incorruptable #1 this weekend…
PirateWatch: 11 pirated Harry Potter books in China? Including a number that pit Harry Potter against, or alongside Chinese wizards because there just aren’t enough in the Rowling books?
POTUSWatch: Obama plugs comic book The 99 on Monday for its promotion of a tolerant Islam, and on Wednesday reporters find a copy of Barack The Barbarian in a coffee shop waiting for the president. Is it me or do you reckon Josh Blaylock placed it there himself?
UslanWatch: Was Michael Uslan a proto-Mark Millar? In an interview he talks about how his comics course led to employment in the comics industry.
“I called the UPI and posed as a taxpayer complaining about my money being spent on a course on comics, a commie plot to subvert our children… There was a piece on it in virtually every paper. The classes were full of cameras.”
Michael soon received a call from the vice president of DC Comics that led to a job writing The Shadow and later Batman.
- Kirby Comics Opens in Hanover, Pennsylvania, Makes the Front Page - January 20, 2018
- Al Ewing Has a “Most Awesome, Mind-Bending Miniseries Ever” Coming from Marvel Comics - January 20, 2018
- First Peek at Wild’s End Original Graphic Novel by Dan Abnett and INJ Culbard - January 20, 2018
- 28-Page Preview of Super Suckers #1, Another of Sitcomics’ 64-Page $3.99 Comics - January 20, 2018
- A Chat with Travis McIntire, Publisher of Source Point Press - January 20, 2018