By Todd Allen Mark Millar continues his migration to the world of film. Millar is now a “creative consultant” to 20th Century Fox. As you may recall, Fox still has the rights the X-Men, Fantastic Four and (probably) the Silver Surfer. Fox is currently making a new Wolverine movie, has Matthew Vaughn on tap for […]
Archives for 09/27/2012 5:12 pm
Former Marvel and now DC editor Brian Smith tweeted the other day that he was moving on to go back to his freelance work. Which is a fairly normal occurrence. Except when not long ago, the one and only Rob Liefeld was tweeting that you were a horrible editor and had small appendages. And so Smith’s departure was the occasion for another Liefeld broadside:
By Steve Morris Artist Jamie McKelvie and writer Kieron Gillen have taken the spotlight today, with several pieces of news – both good and bad – coming from their camp. The good news is that Marvel have just released a teaser which lists them as the creative team for a story in their upcoming ‘Point […]
Did you miss it? Yesterday was Lumberjack Day, a holiday best celebrated by wearing plaid, sporting a beard (either naturally grown or homemade), and eating pancakes. The holiday was created back in 2005 by two good friends: graphic novel author Colleen AF Venable and comedy producer Marianne Ways. It was invented in response to International Talk Like a Pirate Day, which falls a week prior. The pirate jokes were getting old, so the team moved on to another comedy troupe: lumberjacks. Lumberjack Day falls annually on September 26.
So Amethyst is finally back! I admit this fantasy saga of a 13-year-old girl who finds she actually a princess of Gemworld was one of my favorite comics of the time, aided by the great storytelling by writers Dan Mishkin and Gary Cohn and Ernie Colon’s marvelous art, filled with imagination and whimsical details. The […]
Following up on the successful webcomic to print model of FRIENDS WITH BOYS, Faith Erin Hicks is serializing her new GN for First Second, NOTHING CAN POSSIBLY GO WRONG, an adaptation of the YA novel by Prudence Shen. Pru and I will be blogging our way through NCPGW, offering author & cartoonist insights and various […]
§ Ms Magazine marks its 40th anniversary with the return of its original cover girl: Wonder Woman as portrayed by Mike Allred. Over the past 40 years, Wonder Woman, Ms and feminism have had a lot of ups and downs, but clearly the symbolism is working again. § More Great Graphic Novels from Boing Boing […]
A few people miss the all-in-one page layout—I think it’s possible to create a page that presents it all in this fashion and in the next round of tinkers I’ll look into that. … Of course we’ll be presenting as much top notch content, breaking news, thought provoking analysis and pictures of lovable kittens to earn these social media thumbs ups, but all of it will definitely help the site recover from the dark old days.