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Ann Nocenti to Write Ruby Falls for Berger Books in October

Ann Nocenti to Write Ruby Falls for Berger Books in October

The great Ann Nocenti is writing a new comic at Dark Horse’s Berger Books imprint this Fall. Ruby Falls is described as “a neo-noir tale of love, memory, and murder mysteriously woven through three generations of women, and hinging on their individual, intertwined fights for freedom. The four-issue mini-series will feature art by Italian artist […]

Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 2: There’s Something About (Typhoid) Mary in New Images

Early looks and the first official second-season trailer for Marvel’s Iron Fist have Netflix fans cautiously excited for the upcoming season – and that’s due in large part to the eagerly-anticipated introduction of Alice Eve as classic Marvel villain Typhoid Mary. Now the streaming service is giving us a look at Mary’s deadly duality, using the show’s […]

The Seeds #1 cover by David Aja

The Seeds #1 Review: Honest and Upliftingly Depressing

A wall has been erected in the city. On one side, there are those who want to keep using technology. On the other, there are the Neo-Luddites, people who don’t want to use modern technology anymore. The world is ailing, and it looks like won’t last much longer for either side of the wall. Astra […]

Chris Claremont on How Heroes Stand up for Social Inequity, and the Re-Released X-Men Doc

For the upcoming expanded re-release of the Patrick Meaney-directed documentary, Chris Claremont’s X-Men, I was given the opportunity to interview both Meaney and Chris Claremont himself to talk about the documentary, the X-Men, and the kind of comics the world needs. BC: I’ll start with Mr. Claremont. This is one you probably get a lot, but I have to […]

Dark Horse’s Berger Books Spotlights Titles From Gibbons, Johnson, And Others

Bleeding Cool reporter Joe Glass writes: At SDCC, founding editor of DC’s Vertigo Karen Berger is on hand to explain the first projects revealed as part of her new Dark Horse imprint, Berger Books. Berger says she’s really happy to be here, and happy to be back in comics after taking a few years out. Panel […]

When Jim Shooter Bought Ann Nocenti A Bondage Outfit

From the upcoming Comics In Focus: Chris Claremont’s X-Men film from Sequart, I thought you might enjoy this little clip for the comics industry in the eighties. [youtube][/youtube] Well, it is Hallowe’en…

All-Star Signing: Ann Nocenti, ChrisCross And Dan Slott In Manhattan Tonight

Tonight at 6PM, JHU Comic Books  (formerly known as Jim Hanley’s Universe) will host Ann Nocenti, ChrisCross, and Dan Slott at their Manhattan location at 32 East 32nd Street for a signing. Nocenti and ChrisCross celebrate the release of Justice League Dark issue 23.1 as part of “Villains Month”, and Slott has a new Superior […]

Did Jeff Lemire Tease His Green Arrow Gig Via NYCC Clothing Choice?

With Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino announced as the new creative team for Green Arrow ahead of their expected announcement date of November 7th – as well as 52 state-based covers for Justice League of America #1, new books Vibe by Arrow‘s Andrew Kreisberg and Pete Woods, the previously rumoured Katana by Ann Nocenti and […]

Confirmed: Ann Nocenti On Catwoman

Hmm. Thought they were going to wait until San Diego for this. Earlier this week, Bleeding Cool told you that we’d heard that Ann Nocenti was coming to write Catwoman. Today, DC have announced the news on their blog thingimagig, that she’ll be writing the comic from issue 0, replacing the already-solicited Judd Winick as […]

Ann Nocenti To Take Over Catwoman?

Catwoman has been one of the more controversial DC New 52 relaunched titles, primarily due to an increased sexual content in early issues, and allegations of sexism. However, that early Catwoman-on-Batman scene aside, I’ve found it a far more complex, challenging and interesting book that it’s often been labelled. But it’s also been hard to […]

Tuesday Runaround – Mignola, Nocenti, Garrick, Lane And Johnston

MignolaWatch: Mike Mignola covers Joseph Conrad’s Heart Of Darkness for Penguin. Paul Buckley shows the design, but also check out earlier Seth covers for The Portable Dorothy Parker and Dan Clowes for Frankenstein. DigitalWatch: Dark Horse adds 100 titles to the Nook, as well as the Kobo Vox ereader, wth its social networking aspect… now […]

Monday Trending Topics: Thanksgiving Hangover

You never know what the Monday after a long holiday layoff is gonna be like until you get there that morning. Sometimes, it’s a burst of pent up news. Other times, the newsmakers are still making their way home after that last piece of pumpkin pie. Today? Avengers, Speculator Corner, and Ann Nocenti helped us […]

Ann Nocenti On Green Arrow, Typhoid Mary, and Being a Super-Villain

Two weeks ago, we talked about Occupy Wall Street with Ann Nocenti, longtime comic writer and editor who had taken a long hiatus from comics but is returning in 2012 in Green Arrow. We had the chance to continue the conversation, discussing some of her creations and return to comics, and here’s how that went. […]

Ann Nocenti On Occupy Wall Street

As part of a larger interview on her upcoming work on Green Arrow, and a larger look at her career as a while, I had the opportunity to ask Ann Nocenti about Occupy Wall Street. A significant player in the comics industry in the 1980s and into the 1990s, editing the Uncanny X-Men and writing […]