Webcomics: Infurnari’s The Process

Since it’s a slow news day, we’ll even link to this new webcomic, Joe Infurnari’s The Process, which reminds us a lot of Philip Pullman for some reason. The Process webcomic is an opportunity for me to flesh out a story that I have been thinking about for a very long time. What it amounts […]

Toon-MILF contest

When he isn’t engaging in pointless epic debates, Craig Yoe is ruining America’s youth by running such things as the America’s Top Toon-A-MILF contest at his blog: Big news in Arf Land! Debuting on Mother’s Day, May 13th, will be the sure to be popular Arf Lover’s Blog reality show: AMERICA’S TOP TOON-A-MILF–BATTLE OF THE […]

Anime on Sci-Fi Channel

ComicMix reports on a Broadcasting & Cable magazine report that the Sci-Fi Channel will soon begin airing a 2 hour anime block on Mondays, starting on June 11. The schedule has yet to be set in stone, but they’ll be kicking off with Ghost in the Shell: Solid State Society, and airing Noein, Tokko, and […]

Quick hits

You know, not very much IS happening today. Guess everyone is tuckered out from Free Comic Book Day. Check out an except from Lynda Barry’s free comic here. Tom has a link round-up here. And if you’re looking for the epic Harlan/Gary/Shannon thread, it’s here. Meanwhile some other stuff: Your Friendly neighborhood Spider-Man enjoys Free […]

‘Spider-Man 3 — biggest ever

Yes, Spider-Man 3 had the biggest opening weekend of alllll tiiiiiiimes: Landing on the same early May slot as the original, Spider-Man 3 spun an estimated $148 million on over 10,000 screens at 4,252 locations, the biggest opening weekend and widest release ever. The litany includes all-time daily grosses for its $59.3 million Friday, $51 […]

Con news: Knuckles no more

Speaking of con season, it seems one of the most legendary bars in convention history has fallen prey to remodeling. Knuckles, the sports bar at the Rosemont Hyatt, scene of countless Wizard World Chicago hijinks…is no more. It has been replaced by the River Terrace Lounge. We never really noticed a river anywhere nearby, but […]

Summer trav(ai)els

It’s that time of year when unpacking your travel kit becomes a complete non-necessity as con season looms. I’m actually scaling back a bit this year. With great regret, I’ve had to pull out of the Paradise Toronto Comicon, but they still have guests of honor Michael Golden, Terry Moore, Matt Wagner and Marv Wolfman […]