Tom Hart’s Barney Banks: Extra Life! debuts

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Tweet Tom Hart has just joined Act-i-Vate with a new strip called Barney Banks: Extra Life! Those of you who know how awesome Tom Hart is — we share your joy! Those of you who have yet to learn — we envy your journey.

10 Days that Shook Comics: Updates

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Tweet As we head into the first weekend of the Third Age of Comics, much is still being written and pondered. Let’s check out the Google earth view, shall we? * First, a succinct Tweet from Rob Liefeld: Huge reason that DC got restructured is simple math, Marvel has had 10 years, 15 films, 11 […]

Weekend reading roundup

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TweetSo behind in link-blogging, but here’s a ton of stuff to keep you going. § How could we have missed the ‘Lord of the Rings’ lawsuit ending? Christopher Tolkien — amazingly still alive after decades poring through his dad’s papers — issued a statement and all the squabbling over the money from the New Line […]

Cameron Stewart joins BATMAN & ROBIN

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Tweet Following Philip Tan’s run on BATMAN & ROBIN, frequent Grant Morrison collaborator Cameron Stewart takes over the art, The Source reports. Technorati Tags: Batman wins

Dorkin/Thompson BEASTS OF BURDEN tour

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Tweet Crumb’s GENESIS. ASTERIOS POLYP. Joe Sacco’s NOTES FROM GAZA. The ALEC collection. 2009 has seen more than its share of graphic novels that change how we look at the medium. But none of those books is a beautiful painted miniseries about a kitty and some puppies that fight supernatural menaces. No, that book is […]

Will TAMARA DREWE be THE comic-book movie of 2010?

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Tweet We haven’t given nearly enough coverage to Stephen Frears’movie adaptation of Posy Simmonds‘ brilliant Tamara Drewe graphic novel, but this is probably the most lit/comix-approved movie since GHOST WORLD. Variety reports that the movie has been picked up for US distribution by Sony after a modest bidding war. The title role will be played […]

NYAF and NYCC to move in together

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TweetThe PR calls it “co-locate”, which is a fancy new corporate term for holding two events at the same time and place. Anyway, in a move that most people figured was coming, after this year, New York Anime Fest and New York Comic-Con will merge. If you read our interview with show runner Lance Fensterman […]

Never forget

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Tweet Don MacPherson has more here.