Monday Runaround – Over A Million Comic Fans, Five Percent Openly Gay

Posted by May 2, 2011 Comment

TweetWatch: On the one hand, delighted that Bin Laden is dead. On the other, I’m pissed off as I have Superior nail him in Superior #5. Thank you, Marvel, for bumping Leinil onto Death of Spidey when he should have been finishing Superior :) – Mark Millar.

CodeWatch: Bleeding Cool readers cam get an extra 5% off Thwipster with the code TOTEMVAULT, valid until Star Wars Day, currently selling Old Man Logan for $19.

StoreWatch: Collector’s Paradise Comics & Gallery in San Fernando Valley has bought Pasadena’s Comic Odyssey, and has renamed it Collector’s Paradise. And on Free Comic Book Day will have appearances by Len Wein, JT Krul, David Petersen, Jim McCann, Mark Sabl, Sheldon Mitchell, Rick Basulda and Tess Fowler.

This is Computo the Comic Link Conqueror 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.

Who Are the Comic Book Fans on Facebook? « Graphic Policy

Total United States Comic Book Fan Facebook Population = over 1,215,960 – this is the total number of people who identified themselves through these nine items.

DIY Evil Dead Cabin

This project was a gift for a friend at DRS Productions. It was for the lobby of the Evil Dead Musical they were producing in vancouver, BC.#

Kevin Feige Interview THOR, THE AVENGERS, IRON MAN 3, ANT-MAN, DOCTOR STRANGE

Oh, I know what they are talking about.  That is not Doctor Strange.  It is right out of Thor.  It is right out of the first Tales of Asgard stories.  I think it’s called “The Warlock’s Eye” I think it is verbatim what [Jack] Kirby drew.  I think those are the scenes.

GREEN LANTERN THE ANIMATED SERIES Teaser Footage | The Daily BLAM!

Green Lantern: The Animated Series, featuring the voice talent of Josh Keaton and Robert Englund, will debut this Fall on Cartoon Network.

The Thor Take

Meanwhile, Paramount opened Marvel Studios’ Thor in 56 markets worldwide before its North American release on Friday where it took in an estimated $83 million, the best showing for a new movie opening overseas. Adding in the gross from the film’s opening in Australia one week earlier, it has made $93 million worldwide in just ten days.

(Last Updated May 2, 2011 5:11 am )

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