Thursday Trending Topics: Waiting For Batwoman, Welcome To The Hotel Albuquerque

Posted by March 10, 2011 Comment

A bit of a sleepy Thursday on the Comics Internet today.  This is the day we’re reading comics — or on this particular Thursday, waiting for certain new ones.  The phrase “the Thing’s thing” appeared in approximately 762 blog posts today. I was very tempted to illustrate this post with the cover of FF #51, but never mind that now.  Here’s what people looked at here– and elsewhere, today:

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The Big Debate Over The Wasp’s Bottom

Over at the Statue Marvels forum, professional genre statue designers are posting their designs off to fans and getting instant feedback. And Randy Bowen has been showing off his company’s new Wasp designs. And while response has been mostly positive, there is one wrinkle. Or rather, a few wrinkles.

Where In The World Is Batwoman?

There has been a fair deal of fuss concerning the second rescheduling of the Batwoman comic. Well, I’ve been told by a DC source that the book will now actually launch with issue #1 in the autumn.

The Real Life Super Heroes Of New York City Are A Bit Rubbish

Although Nyx, actually accountant Irene Thomas from New Jersey, is more about handing out food and clothing to Manhattan’s homeless rather than getting in the way of a bullet. It’s a similar story with another fellow known as Life.

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The New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. New. Image. Thanks Wall Street Journal and Topless Robot. Nickelodeon. $60 million. 2012. Eastman and Laird’s metaphorical graves. Spinning?

How Many New Mexicans Can You Fit In An Avengers Movie? All Of Them!

Can you get to Hotel Albuquerque in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Friday the 25th or Saturday the 26th? And do you fancy being an Avenger? Fancy fightiong Krees and Skrulls in the upcoming Joss Whedon 3D movie Avengers from Marvel Studios?

Justice League Of Pornstars Covers, Front And Back (SFW)

I know that’s meant to be the Flash getting set to run… but it doesn’t half look like he’s doing an impression of a dog.

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Shelf Life: Sifting Through Memories – Comic Book Resources

I am, in a very real sense, the writer I am today because my mother fed my imagination with comics, with Burroughs, with Tolkien and Robert E. Howard. I spent countless hours in bookstores as a kid, and I don’t remember ever being hurried to make a selection, or hustled out the front door before I was ready. My habit was supported. My mother gave me what I needed, selflessly and without hesitation.

Newsarama | Exclusive Marvel Preview: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #656 Page 1

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #656  Written by DAN SLOTT  Art & Cover by MARCOS MARTIN  Captain America 70th Anniversary  Variant Cover by JOE QUESADA  The debut of the NEW SPIDER-ARMOR!  If Spider-Man hopes to find a way to defeat his new nemesis MASSACRE, he’ll need the help of his all new, all-power costume! But will protecting the people of New York mean that Spider-Man finally takes the last measure– killing a bloodthirsty madman when there are no other options? (by the way, your first answer is wrong!)

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(Last Updated March 10, 2011 11:01 pm )

About Mark Seifert

Co-founder and Creative director of Bleeding Cool parent company Avatar Press. Bleeding Cool Managing Editor, tech and data wrangler. Machine Learning hobbyist. Vintage paper addict.

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