Tweet It’s the kind of thing that only happens a few times in every generation…the release of a new issue of OPTIC NERVE, and EVERYONE, and we mean EVERYONE will be celebrating at Rocketship (after they go to the Punk Indie Showcase of course). You know you will be there!
Tweet Oh my there is a lot going on this week! Tomorrow at Jim Hanley’s there’s the GINDHOUSE signing, and later that very same day the Punk Indy Creator Showcase: SATURDAY, MARCH 31 6:00 to 8:00 PM Punk Indy Creator Showcase # J.D. GLASS (Punk Like Me)# K. THOR JENSEN (Red Eye, Black Eye)# MISS […]
TweetThe Emerald City Con kicks off this weekend in Seattle, and by all accounts, the show is growing into a very pleasant, comics centric weekend. The Seattle Times has a brief preview with attendance expected to be around 8000. Guests include Adam Hughes, Mark Bagley, Brian Michael Bendis, Michael Golden, Mike Oeming, Gene Ha, Chris […]
TweetA deadline-pressured Dirk takes up his entire post today with the title “Drama Queen Bickering” to respond to my comments yesterday. While my comments are assigned such classic TCJ buzzwords as “gobbledegook”, a “screed”, “bloviations” etc etc, to be honest, I couldn’t even figure out what Dirk was arguing, although we did find signs of […]
TweetSince we’re revisiting 80s comics history today, this interview with Dean Mullaney from Blake Bell’s weblog is well worth quoting. For those who came in late, Mullaney was the publisher of Eclipse Comics, a very influential and — for a time — successful independent comics publishing company that gave the world many memorable characters from […]
TweetICv2 had this little bit yesterday reporting that Kevin Eastman had had some success with an eBay auction: Kevin Eastman has sold the original art for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 on eBay for a winning bid of $250,099. The auction, which ended on March 25th, provides some idea of the potency of the Teenage […]
TweetThe Seattle Weekly looks at the long running Harlan Ellison/Gary Groth fued in an article we couldn’t have titled any better ourselves: News: From Hell’s Heart, I Litigate at Thee!. The article looks at the strengths and weakness of both sides, and reveals what we all new: it’s an adolescent pissing contest on both sides […]
TweetOkay, we knew EVERYTHING was coming back in the current comics boom, but Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters? Created by Don Chin, and published by Eclips as a take off on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which was a take off on Daredevil and Ronin, ARBBH was the most successful of the literally DOZENS of books […]