PoliticsWatch: Bahrain: Lines in Ink, Lines in the Sand by Josh Neufeld debuts today on Cartoon Movement. The Washington Post reports;
NEUFELD’S SCRIPT didn’t really come together, he tells Comic Riffs, until he “realized that Sarah was against the demonstrations and pro-government.”
“That just stunned me,” he says.
“I was having conversations with her over e-mail and I even challenged her a couple of times,” Neufeld says, noting that he cited an official quote about human rights abuses. “We’ve seen footage of the brutal crackdowns [that] she was denying, saying, ‘That’s not true — that’s propaganda spread by Iran.’ “
FreeWatch: The Brooklyn Comics And Graphic Festival starts today, with free admission. Attendees include Jack Davis, Phoebe Gloeckner, CF, Lisa Hanawalt, David Mazzucchelli, Chip Kidd, John Porcellino, Brian Ralph, Adrian Tomine, Jordan Crane, Michael Deforge, Gabrielle Bell, Dash Shaw, Gary Panter, Frank Santoro, and Leslie Stein with Drawn & Quarterly, Fantagraphics, Adhouse, Nobrow, Pantheon Books, Last Gasp, Akashic, Top Shelf, PictureBox, and Koyama Press setting up shop.
ComicIdolWatch: The final lookof the Idolized team from Aspen, as voted on by the piblic.
NotSoSecretWatch: Angus McKie, long time Dave Gibbons collaborator, will be colouring The Secret Service.
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
We’re also going to be bettering the paper stock on the interior, so it’s kind of a zero sum game. This is the same format that most Image titles use, and nobody has complained or even noticed. But, as always, when it comes out, if you don’t like it, you’re under no obligation to purchase it.
I love that they get Skyrim on an old-school 5.75-inch floppy and the obligatory “rockin’ out” bit once they kids are in Tamriel. Partridge did that great Saturday Morning Watchmen video when the film adaptation of the classic Alan Moore/Dave Gibbons comics masterpiece hits theatres. The same dead-on humour shows up here, making it a must watch if you’re losing your life to Bethesda’s hit RPG. “Bad guys beware, because it’s Dovahkid time!” Indeed.
What’s the look developer Gazillion Entertainment has planned for billionaire industrialist/super-science suit enthusiast Tony Stark for their upcoming MMO?
The Ray ships on December 14th. I’ve also posted the pencils to these pages on my Deviantart page.
Hardcover and softcover versions of a book collecting all the covers will be available in December, 2011. AND all the originals will be auctioned off according to the following schedule:
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