Tokyopop updates

Rivkah talks to her editors: Just got off the phone with my editor, and it looks like not-so-good news for Steady Beat. In fact, it looks like not-so-good news for anybody who’s working with TP right now. I’m not sure how much I should say for fear of causing an outright panic with other creators, […]

San Diego Dreamin’? Dream on!

It’s getting so that even certified Nerdlebrities can’t afford the expense and stress of going to Comic-Con International: San Diego. Besides our own constantly growing anxieties, our email box is starting to fill up with people asking “Can I get in?” “Will you get me in?” and “Who can I talk to about…” With four-day […]

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits

§ 90s Nostalgia! Laura Hudson looks back at Wizard in the 90s: § It’s generally impossible for an interview with Alan Moore not to be awesome, and this one at Forbidden Planet by Pádraig Ó Méalóid is no exception: It seems, at least in the case of Lost Girls, there is now an existing piece […]

On the Scene: Big Apple Con June 2008

[While we STILL try to get our shit together to post the last of our MoCCA photos and our Licensing show photos, we keep you amused with this report on another event last week. Above, the author and Malcolm MacDowell] By Steve Bunche I don’t know about you, but even though I’m a dyed-in-the-wool geek […]

Laff of the day

Cracked take a crack at 20 Superhero Movies We Hope They Never Make and they are all pretty good. here are two of our favorites, but click on the link for the COMET THE SUPERHORSE poster. [Via Agent M’s twitter stream]


We’re sure to be in the minority, but Louis Leterrier’s new THE INCREDIBLE HULK reboot made us appreciate Ang Lee’s 2003 version more. The new HULK is a perfectly serviceable and entertaining superhero movie — Bruce Banner huddles in his ratty purple pants, an outcast from society, before morphing dramatically to a mediocre–CGI rampaging behemoth. […]