Tonight! Deitch at MoCCA

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This is your last chance to see the most excellent Kim Deitch exhibit at MoCCA and hear the man speak in what should be a fascinating event: The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) is pleased to announce a very special evening with legendary underground cartoonist and graphic novelist Kim Deitch in association with […]

Dan DiDio answers more questions

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Over at Newsarama, Dan DiDio is taking part in a hot stove league classic, answering fan questions on a bi-weekly basis. There’s much to ponder and absorb, including the pull quote: I just don’t want to fill buckets. I want to make books that people want to read. and this kind of thing: 20: Finally […]

Long running DC TV show canceled

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Defamer reports that MADtv has been cancelled after its 14th season.: Though the high-profile political season has gifted Saturday Night Live with some killer ratings, it apparently hasn’t floated all sketch comedy boats. Rumors started circulating today that Fox’s MADtv was canceled in the middle of its fourteenth season, so Defamer checked in with one […]

Studio coffee run: Stan goes gay, del Toro in SWAMP, etc.

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§ Geoff Boucher chats with Guillermo del Toro and finds out SWAMP THING is his “Holy Grail”: “Oh, I would love to make a Swamp Thing movie,” Del Toro said, smiling broadly at the notion. “Really, Swamp Thing is one of the last Holy Grail projects that is still out there. Those stories were fantastic, […]

“Please Destroy Every Copy of Mome Vol. 12″

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We suspect this could be a routine inspired by Andy Kaufman, but an argument between colorist Jon Adams and cartoonist Al Columbia over a missing color on a cat’s leg escalates into a call for a recall and emotional dramatizations: I don’t care about Hawaii, and I don’t care about any boats! (That is a […]

He’s a doodler!

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That was annoying

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Internet back on.

Quantum of Bondness

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When I first saw this poster for the new 007 film, my thought was, “THIS is a James Bond movie?” The image — a handsome couple in tattered formal wear marching stoically as they escape a conflagration in the background — looks more like a Robert Rodriguez indie film. Though quite intriguing, it doesn’t scream […]

More technical problems

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If you’re reading this with your morning coffee, it’s because our Internet has been off all night. Thanks, Time-Warner Cable! Posted via iPhone [Posted with iBlogger from my iPhone]