Vaughan is LOST

On his MySpace blog, Brian K. Vaughan reveals he’s doing the reverse commute: Sorry I’ve been so coy about these rumors, but I always like to wait until the contracts have been signed and the “first trimester” has been survived until I talk about stuff. But yes, inexplicably, I’ve been hired as an Executive Story […]

Stephen King to the rescue

Marvel has released a media blitz in advance of the February 7th release of the first issue of DARK TOWER, the Stephen King-inspired mini-series. First came the exciting news that King will be a Guest of Honor at the 2007 New York Comic-Con: World Fantasy Award-winning writer Stephen King, long acknowledged as the master of […]

Stardust pics! Coraline GN!

You may have seen all this already, but there are some pics from Stardust online. You’ll recall this is the film version of the Neil Gaiman novel, illustrated by Charles Vess. Michelle Pfeiffer in a cute little goat-cart! Man, that is nice. Isn’t there a new graphic novel edition of the story by Gaiman and […]

TODAY! Gabrielle Bell at Hanleys!

Via Indymag: Don’t miss Gabrielle Bell signing her latest graphic novel LUCKY in NYC at Jim Hanley’s Universe (4 West 33rd St) on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 from 6:00-8:00PM. LUCKY is published by Canadian publisher Drawn & Quarterly. PRAISE FOR LUCKY: “Lucky” is also a startling achievement: a coming-of-age tale — from hipster Williamsburg, no […]

To do

I’ve been away for a bit, for reasons explained here, and I’ll be blogging lightly the rest of the week, but after that will probably be basically offline until 2007. I’ll post some surprises to keep you busy, but let’s face it, it’s the quiet time of year. Which doesn’t mean it can’t be the […]