This Angry Birds/The Birds short film by Gregg Bishop — presented as part of G4’s Epictober filmfest — is not as funny as you might think given the premise; instead it’s an Alfred Hitchcock fanfic kinda thing—and violent! But you will probably enjoy Jamie Alexander (Sif) and Amanda Baker looking very fetching.
Archives for 10/26/2011
As if we needed more proof that superheroes in any medium other than their original one sell more units, BATMAN: ARKHAM CITY, the new video game featuring you-know-who has sold 4.6 million units in its first week, WB Interactive has announced.
Long time web-cartoonist Millholland (rhymes with witch) is posting a story called The Last Trick or Treaters with some lovely watercolors AND cute trick or treaters.
If you’ve longed to attend one of those life-defining cartooning schools like CCS, SCAD or SVA but can’t travel, why not take Frank Santoro’s 8-week Correspondence Course. If you’ve longed to attend one of those life-defining cartooning schools like CCS, SCAD or SVA but can’t travel, why not take Frank Santoro’s 8-week Correspondence Course.
BY JEN VAUGHN – Comic writer, podcast host and serial blogger at his own website, The Invincible Super Blog, and Comics Alliance, Chris Sims sat down to have a chat with me about his upcoming Dracula comic to be fully released on Monday, October 31st, also known as Halloween. Six delicious pages are up as a preview now.
Although it would be equally suitable for a 28 days of Valentine feature, we’ll file Jonathan Case’s new GN DEAR CREATURE under Halloween just because it stars Grue, a deep sea monster. Encountering volumes of Shakespeare beneath the waves, he decides to come to shore to look for romance, and finds it with a woman named Giulietta…but nothing is as it sounds like it will be. This was one of the most unexpected GNs we encountered all year, especially coming from Tor Books. It’s kind of loopy but very sweet and the art, in pristine black and white, is hugely expressive.
Mike Romo writes over at iFanboy that things have changed since he purchased an iPad. Among the plusses — easier to find back issues, comics look better and…NO BENT PAGES.
We don’t know exactly what is going on in these set photos from the Vancouver shoot of the new Superman movie, but we approve.
Over on her site, Colleen Doran is posting her out of printGothic short story
“Three Black Hearts”a page a day until Halloween.