The mind boggles.
Archives for 05/18/2011 5:11 pm
Speaking of fantasy, one of the pillars of the fantasy comics genres is now available in its entirety to read online. ELFQUEST, Wendy and Richard Pini’s saga of homeless elves and their passions and battles, first published in 1978, was one of the foundational hits of the emerging indie comics scene, and after many publishers, movie options and assorted dramas, it’s still a good story.
Kazu Kibuishi’s AMULET series has been a strong seller for Scholastic and also a strong candidate for the next graphic novel series to get a big movie bump — IF the movie gets made. But it still seems to be in active development. Variety reports that hot writer Rob Edwards has been brought in to […]
An update on what you can and can’t bring into and out of Canada, and how to avoid getting your comics seized by the Canadian government. Also, Gahan Wilson and why hotels in San Diego will soon cost even more.
Every once in a while, we have to clean out some spam comments that have wormed their way past the Wordpress interface, and sometimes cleaning them out is a difficult task, because, more than any other group, spammers seem to really GET what we’re trying to do here. For instance, Kidney Disease wrote: