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And a fine crop it is… But I think this time I’ll let the good folks helming these awards do the talking after the jump. Congratulations to all of the nominees! And a special woo and hoo to Snow White … Continue reading
A great thing about SPX is that there are lots of book launches at the con. And this year’s no different. Peep what’s coming your way, and get a jump on your friends! Hey, comic book bragging rights are definitely … Continue reading
Jim Steranko is returning to Baltimore Comic-Con! Co-creator of Nick Fury, as well as writer/artist for Captain America, The Hulk, Superman, X-Men, and many more! He hasn’t hit BCC since 2001, so it’ll be so good to hear what he’s … Continue reading
2017 Halloween ComicFest titles announced! Zombie Tramp! Black Eyed Kids! Afterlife With Archie! MOAR!
It’s the moooost wonderful tiiiiiime of the yeeear… No, not right now. I’m talking Halloween! Ghoulies, ghosties, long-legged beasties, and free comics! That’s right, Halloween ComicFest has announced the freebies for their yearly giveaway – this year it’s on October … Continue reading
Mmm, free comic books. Yeah, yeah, mah people. We’ll probably clean up this month, with all the holidayness erupting all over the place. Mmm, prezzies. But the folks at Free Comic Book Day have announced the 50 titles that made … Continue reading
Nutshell: The Last Temptation is classic Gaiman, and classic Cooper to boot. The artwork is still breathtaking after 20 years, and the added bits of script, letters and insight are worth the price of admission for fans. A must for … Continue reading
Publication 411: TBP of the first five issues of the V-Wars series. Scheduled for publication by IDW on 10/28/2014. Story: We have met the enemy, and he is infected with the ICE virus. Y’know the virus that turns people into…no, … Continue reading
(NOTE: I received a copy of this book through NetGalley.) Publication 411: Hardcover edition of the original 1998 title (though the info page is confusing as it lists the copyright as 2014.) Story: WWI was supposed to be “the war … Continue reading
(NOTE: I received a copy of this book via NetGalley) Though “Virtual Pop Star” Hatsune Miku (and the Vocaloid voice synthesizer in general) may not be widely known in the USA, the singing voice synthesizer with a groovy anime look … Continue reading
Dig the indie scene man? The SPX (Small Press Expo) is where it’s at, for indie comics. It’s the weekend after the big Baltimore Comic-Con blowout, so if you’re a fan o’ comics there’s no need to choose between the … Continue reading