Sunday Runaround – The Disappearance Of Thor… And Amy Reeder?

Posted by October 16, 2011 Comment

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.

Multiversity Comics: The Incredible Disappearing Thor in the “Avengers Assemble” Teasers

But the real news to us is the difference between Bagley’s full color finished work and his pencils. The colors, as you can see above, seem to have a gaping whole in the top part of the article. And in the pencils below you can see that whole is filled with Thor, who is now clearly missing. So something happened to make him go away. What is it? I’d wager we’ll find out this Wednesday in Fear Itself #7.

Tom Morello on His New Comic Series, Occupy Wall Street, and Superman Renouncing His Citizenship — Vulture

Now he’s bringing his socially conscious vision to the comic-book world with a twelve-issue Dark Horse Comics series called Orchid, with art by Scott Hepburn. The debut issue depicts a post-climate-change world stressed by flooding, pollution, giant mutant creatures, and rich overlords enslaving the surviving citizens. Two characters, a rebel with a magic mask and the titular young prostitute, find themselves about to be united in revolution.

Justice League: Doom Trailer Debuts | Superhero Hype

Straight from its premiere at New York Comic-Con, IGN has debuted the trailer for the next feature-length animated DC Universe fim, Justice League: Doom. Check it out in the player below!

The DC Superhero Statues of New York Comic-Con

Our own Stephen Totilo spent some time at New York’s Comic Con today, and among his activities he’s put together this video of some cases of super hero statues from the DC Comics booth. Many of the old favorites are in the beginning, but afterwards he moves on to some really cool and more out-there stuff, including some Mad Magazine version of the Joker and Wonder Woman, some neat black and white Batmen, and at least one more version of Starfire.

Propworx & Marvel plan Oct. 22 Iron Man 2, Incredible Hulk auction

Propworx, in association with Marvel Studios, announces The Official Iron Man 2 and The Incredible Hulk Prop and Costume Auction encompassing two amazing events featuring props, costumes, production artwork, concept drawings and set pieces from these fan-favorite movies.

IDW Partners with Renowned Author Stephen King and Eisner-winner Joe Hill

IDW Publishing is proud to announce ROAD RAGE, a new partnership with best-selling authors Stephen King and Joe Hill, to produce a comic-book adaptation of their co-written adventure tale, Throttle. This monthly two-part series begins in February, and will be followed by two issues adapting the story that inspired Throttle, Richard Matheson’s classic tale of suspense, Duel, beginning in April.

A look at DC’s Batman Panel at NYCC – Ladies Making Comics

Those are some very talented male creators.

But wait isn’t Amy Reeder one of the show’s invited guests? Isn’t she, like Chris Burnham, on an upcoming Batbook? She said she was going to be on the panel on her blog two days ago.

Isn’t Batwoman one of the Bat books?

So where is she?

(Last Updated October 16, 2011 8:52 am )