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CreatorWatch: And Art Baltazar gets profiled in his local press too.
ShooterWatch: On how they came up with the title for Secret Wars.
We went through a number of ideas for names for the toy line and series. Mattel’s focus group tests indicated that kids reacted positively to the words “wars” and “secret.” Okay.
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KickstarterWatch: Jay Potts, creator of Blaxploitation webcomic World Of Hurt is looking to print his work as a graphic novel…
This is The Bleeding Cool ComicChron Robot speaking. I come for your women. But for now I merely collate comic-related bits and pieces online. One day I will rule. Until that day, read on.
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
When it was Frank Miller’s turn to talk, though no more fervent advocate for creators’ rights exists, he seemed reluctant to jump on the bandwagon. He even likened the proceeding to a “kangaroo court.” Ask Frank. He saw me in the audience and asked me to speak!
Titan Comics and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products are pleased to announce the U.S. launch of the Family Guy comic series, based on the award-winning hit animated TV show from the mind of Seth MacFarlane.
“I believe we are doing well,” said Broder, who said he spent close to a quarter million dollars to open Florida Super Comics, 5917 S. University Drive. “I make sure almost every penny is going back into the store,” he said, adding that the shop nearly doubles its growth in profits each month.
On one hand, you’ve got the elements of an old-school Marvel event or summer crossover: an extinction-level threat, the relationship between god and man, a sense of impending dread. This part of the book is great fun, with a big, whiz-bang, continuity-twisting, mythological engine made of dope fights and “oh SNAP!” moments that are exactly what I want out of this kind of comic.
This past weekend at WonderCon, VP of Sales, Bob Wayne, announced RETRO-ACTIVE. Published throughout July and August 2011, these are exactly the kinds of one-shots people often associate with summer. RETRO-ACTIVE reunites classic writers and artists with classic characters Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Justice League of America, returning to the interpretations they are best known for. Each of these series will have 3 one-shots that pay homage respectively to the‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s.
At the DC Icons panel, artist Amy Reeder stated that the Batwoman series is now set for September.
Batman is apparently making Catwoman drink milk from a pet bowl. And this one with Power Girl. PowerGirl is apparently being forced to do push-ups for her Sergeant in front of her fellow soldiers.
The comic’s story is being handled by Paul Dini, the acclaimed writer who penned both games in addition to working on comics and the animated series starring the iconic hero.
What can we learn from the above image? Well for one, I don’t see any alien invaders, do you? I do see electrical bolts or lazer beams. Could this be the force from alien weapons off screen, or might the aliens themselves be some kind of invisible electrical force?
There was something like 3 weeks from the time they first asked me to take over until I started drawing pages. I think they picked me because they thought my style already fit with the world so I haven’t really had to search for a new style or anything like that. The fun part was getting up to speed with the story. I’ve been a fan of B.P.R.D. for years but there was a lot of the material that I had missed and never read. So I had to sit down and read all the trades back to back.
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