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Now It’s Time For DC Comics To Pay Scott Shaw For Captain Carrot…

Discussing the appearances of Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew in recent DC Comics titles, including yesterday’s Justice League United preview, co-creator of the character Scott Shaw was asked on Facebook, Andrew Rubio: Scott, have you or Roy received any compensation for the Captain’s recent appearances (Multiversity and Convergence tie-ins)? Scott Shaw: Not a cent. […]

Exclusive Look Inside Frank Thorne’s Red Sonja Artist Edition Vol 2

Dynamite has sent over a few exclusive pages from their Frank Thorne’s Red Sonja Artist Edition Vol 2 which comes out this week. The book collects the first six issues of the 1977 Red Sonja comic book series written by Roy Thomas, Clara Noto and Wendy Pini. For more information on Frank Thorne’s Red Sonja Artist […]

Frank Thorne’s Red Sonja Art Edition Review And Volume 2

Sometimes writing for a comic realted website/blog has perks you don’t see coming. Like receiving a copy of Frank Thorne’s Red Sonja Art Edition from Dynamite. I remember reading some Red Sonja books back in my formative youth and they way Frank Thorne drew her definitely made me look for more issues when I went […]

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Doctor Strange’s Movie Origin – Tuesday Trending Topics

From the sounds of it, and presuming this is mostly true, many of the elements of Doc’s origin that they’re using for the film are from Doctor Strange: Sorcerer Supreme #45 (1992) by Roy Thomas and Geof Isherwood. Of course, the core origin is in Strange Tales #115 (1963) by Steve Ditko and Stan Lee, […]

BC Mag #3: The Star Wars Comic Books

Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Rich Handley A long time ago, in movie theaters far across the globe, cinemagoers waited to view the latest work by filmmaker George Lucas, the writer and director of THX-1138 and American Graffiti. The new film, Star Wars, was deemed a risky venture—a “space fantasy” movie at a time when […]

The Roy Thomas Deposition For The Kirby Family Vs Marvel Lawsuit

UPDATE: The files below are from the submitted documents by Marvel to the judge in the continuing lawsuit, and are intended to reflect Marvel’s case. Roy Thomas is a comic book writer, editor, and historian who first began writing for Marvel in 1965, later became a Marvel editor as well, and ultimately served as Stan […]

HeroesCon – The Bits Most People Missed

There’s been lots of coverage about HeroesCon and WizardWorld Philadelphia this weekend. But here are a few observations about the former that seem not to have been picked up upon that much… George Perez –  he is mulling over upcoming two projects, but will probably only accept one. For now his long awaited “Teen Titans: […]