Okay, we knew EVERYTHING was coming back in the current comics boom, but Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters? Created by Don Chin, and published by Eclips as a take off on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which was a take off on Daredevil and Ronin, ARBBH was the most successful of the literally DOZENS of books […]
Archives for March 2007
Still catching up on sleep and Desktop Tower Defense around here. In the News section, it looks like we’ll be attending next month’s Saló International del Cómic de Barcelona in, as if you couldn’t figure it out, Barcelona, Spain. We are extremely excited not only to be going to one of the world’s most beautiful […]
By Paul O’Brien After months of hype and a midnight launch, DARK TOWER is finally in the stores, and on the charts. But it’s far from being a one-book month. February saw the final issue of CIVIL WAR, complete with a few more crossover issues – though even by the end of the month, there […]
MacGuffin looks at the products that are brining civilians into comics shops at an all time record pace: Buffy Season 8, Stephen King’s The Gunslinger, and Captain America #25: Over the long term, I suspect that the most important of these will be Dark Horse’s new Buffy the Vampire Slayer series. The wide-spread appeal of […]
There are some lovely watercolors up at hanaroda.net, the website of artist Hyeondo Park. Park is working on some top secret graphic novel projects right now and you’re sure to see much more of his name around.
We mentioned this the other day, now we hear that Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, Rosario Dawson and Freddie Rodriguez will all be signing at Jim Hanley’s Universe this Saturday from 12-1. Tickets for the signing will be given out, so get there early.
Hey if anyone wants to join in a campaign to nominate Jason or Billy Hazelnuts, we’re all in!
The Hugo and John W. Campbell Award finalists, 2007 are also up. You can see the complete list in the link, but we wanted to note the art category: Professional ArtistBob EggletonDonato GiancolaStephan MartiniereJohn Jude PalencarJohn Picacio
The Eagle Awards for the best in British comics are up. You’ll need to go there to vote, but we’ll record the nominees here: 1: Award for Favourite Comics Writer ALAN MOORE (Lost Girls) BRIAN K. VAUGHAN (Y: The Last Man, Runaways, Ex Machina, Pride of Baghdad) ED BRUBAKER (Criminal, Uncanny X-Men, Daredevil, Captain America) […]