MorrisonWatch1: Excerpts from Morrison’s upcoming Supergods book. ANd where he gets his ideas from.
“I stayed up late to induce delirium. At four thirty in the morning after fifty hours writing without sleep, I ransacked my dream diaries and most frightening childhood memories for content. In the end … I delivered what felt like the kind of high-level comic book I knew was possible and showed that the serious superhero story didn’t always have to be realistic.”
MorrisonWatch2: Grant Morrison made easy. (right)
MorrisonWatch3: Andrew Hickey has been analysing the Seven Soldiers in depth. Here’s Bulleteer.
“Even at the climax in Seven Soldiers #1, she makes no decisions even as she ends up saving the day. She’s ‘the spear never thrown’ because she chooses not to throw herself into events. Instead, events throw themselves at her. She refuses to accept the fate which the entire world, from her genetic ancestors, through to her manipulative husband, through to the supernatural forces manipulating everything behind the scenes, has planned for her.”
TypoWatch: Rob Liefeld? Or Rob Liefield?
TorchwoodWatch: Miracle Day premieres on the BBC on the 14th July, six days after America. Fire up the torrent engines!
HeavyMetalWatch: Flourescent Black gets translated into French and Spanish in October.
WarWatch: Neil Gaiman on what will happen if the Onion doesn’t get a Pultizer. And why he will never get one.
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.
“The press pays so little interest to comic books that it doesn’t realize how these things work. They’re just closing down the one X-men comic so they can start up again with two. It will be a pincer tactic. One goes downwind of the readers with the bucket of shit, while the other creeps up behind and holds their mouths open for the first one to drop it all in. They could just have handed out knives and forks.”
“Good morning New Mexico! Heading to the Avengers film shoot shortly, hope the D-Man costume fits.”
“Yeah, so it’s not actually in that first launch. It’ll be in something else. It’s still DC, but they won’t let me say anything about it right now. Danny DiDio might appear behind me and smack me in the back of the head if I say it.”