Resident Alien, a tale of aliens living in suburbia incognito.
HorseWatch2: The upcoming driving/FPS game Rage is getting a three issue comic from June from Dark Horse.
It will be written by Arvid Nelsion and drawn by Andrea Mutti.
FreeWatch: Supergirl and Smallville‘s Helen Slater will be appearing at Krypton Comics, Nebraska on Free Comic Book Day, May the 7th.
AbsoluteWatch: Think you have the full Absolute Sandman collection? Think wrong.
Absolute Sandman Vol 5 collects Endless Nights, Dream Hunters and Sandman Midnight Theatre.
What, no Morrison Justice League?
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
Well, its obvious to many that Batwoman’s release has been pushed back yet again. This was not our choice, and as to why, I’m not at liberty to really discuss. So the release may be farther away now, but be assured that work is still commencing.
Here is a better shot of the #C2E2 Green Lantern mural in progress, taken from my time lapse video.
The writing style is pretty similar to King City. I yam what I yam. It’s more the environment I’m setting the stuff in that’s different. It’s all in a kind of post apocalyptic future fantasy Russia/China– with mythological creatures and spaceships. I’m still just trying to show daily lives and relationships. I always fall into the sci fi themes and then hopefully try to deal with them in a different way.
Mix enough paint together and it’ll always turn-up brown. That, alas, is what I fear James Gunn has done in his well-intentioned (possibly), subversive (certainly) take on the superhero genre, Super.
The latest issue of the popular movie magazine will focus on Marvel Studios’ two big-budget superhero films and features the God of Thunder on its cover.
As the artist’s assistant would later tell it, cartoonist E.C. Segar was suffering a bad cold that day and considered staying in bed. Impelled by an austere work ethic that had served him well in life, Segar instead drove to his office at 4th and Broadway (the building is long gone) and began thinking up a week’s worth of ideas for his syndicated comic strip, “Thimble Theatre.”