Well, by now it’s looking more and more like the new DC logo is for real.
Archives for 01/17/2012 6:00 pm
Another cool free thing on the internet! A downloadable book collecting the best storyboard spots featured on the Adventure Time tumblr. SInce Adventure Time is just one big indie comic come to life, by presenting these comics like storyboards, now we’ve come full circle.
After announcing a book for Free Comic Book Day and a lot of teasing, the relaunched Valiant has announced it’s first title. X-O Manowar is launching on May 2nd. That’s actually the Wednesday BEFORE Free Comic Book Day.
X-O’s high concept is, roughly stated, Conan in Iron Man’s suit. Essentially, a Visigoth warrior/barbarian is abducted by aliens and ends up with the aliens’ most advanced weapon in the universe suit of armor. It’s also been a popular concept a couple times around, particularly during the first Valiant run. Between the two previous Valiant launches, here’s a quick partial list of creators who’ve worked on X-O: Jim Shooter, Steve Englehart, Barry Windsor-Smith, Bob Layton, Bart Sears, Jackson Guice, Mark Waid, Dwayne McDuffie and Scot Eaton. Which is to say, “no pressure.”
In honor of his birthday yesterday R. Stevens released a DRM-free ebook of his very first Diesel Sweeties collection.
Over on her blog, former SLG Publishing editor-in-chief Jennifer de Guzman reveals she has left SLG. She’s joining Image Comics as marketing & PR coordinator.
The video game company behind the popular PROTOTYPE series — NOT the comics company. Dark Horse will create a three-part story bridging the gap between the original Prototype and PROTOTYPE 2 which comes out this year. The series will be released digitally, starting February 15th.
Creators include Paco Díaz, Chris Staggs, and Victor Drujiniu.
Actress Goldie Hawn was not always the taut Hollywood Royalty you see at movie premieres today. Back in the ’60s she was a teenaged girl looking to get into show biz after a casting agent spotted her on the street. The agent suggested she audition for a TV show hosted by cartoonist Al Capp. And the experience turned out to be rather demoralizing, as Capp came on so strong that she considered giving up her show biz dreams.