Some linkage from today’s Google News feed! So much stuff, I had to split it in twain! Here’s the media stuff, along with some pictures and video!
Archives for 07/12/2012 11:59 pm
It’s Comicon. There’s a lot going on, and it’s easy to miss what’s been happening. Here’s a list of stories we ran on Thursday, starting in the morning and ending with Neil Gaiman’s return to Sandman.
It’s the 25th anniversary of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman. Could DC let this go by without new material? No. And not only did they get Gaiman to agree to do a new tale, they got a real artist’s artist to illustrate it in the form of J.H. Williams III. Technically, this sounds like it will be a prequel, if not a prologue, to the original series. It should end just as the original issue #1 is about to begin.
MTV is streaming live video interviews from Comic-Con!
Legendary continues to pick up more name creators. We already told you about Waid, Brooks and Davis. Now we hear J. Michael Straczynski has a project at Legendary:
A few items from Marvel’s Next Big Thing panel. Something of a round-up of recent events with some art.
“Now I know who the comic lovers are here at Comic Con,” said Jimmy Palmiotti to appreciative applause in first DC Panel of SDCC 2012 on Thursday. He went on to announce Jonah Hex among the titles to appear under “the Dark and the Edge” banner.
by Pamela Auditore “Now I know who the comic lovers are here at Comic Con,” said Jimmy Palmiotti to appreciative applause in first DC Panel of SDCC 2012 on Thursday. He went on to announce Jonah Hex among the titles to appear under “the Dark and the Edge” banner. Palmiotii will have “Jonah Hex” […]
Kurtis Wiebe has revealed that he will be turning his Image series into a motion comic, with an eye to then getting picked up by the BBC for a full television run.
Back in the 90s, Evil Ernie was hot book for awhile. Brian Pulido and Stephen Hughes had a hot run with the Chaos! Comics imprint, which also featured Lady Death (yes, that was when Bad Girls were at their peak). Dynamite acquired most of the Chaos! intellectual property, back in 2010 (Lady Death is over at Avatar). This looks to be the first book to come out from that IP family.