24 Hours of Halloween: Nick Bertozzi

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Cartoonist/teacher Nick Bertozzi illustrates an article about a haunted house.

24 Hours of Halloween: John Rozum

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John Rozum, writer of such spooky things as MIDNIGHT, MASS., SCOOBY DOO and XOMBI, has been doing his OWN 31 Days of Halloween. Here’s one of his collage illustrations.

To Do: DOLLTOPIA west coast tour

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Abby Denson’s DOLLTOPIA tour continues on the west coast, with CUPCAKES! Starting tonight in Vancouver. BOO! October 31, 12pm Halloween event @ Elfsar Comics, 1007 Hamilton St., Vancouver BC November 1, 2pm ECUAD, Emily Carr Theatre (SB 301), 1399 Johnston Street, Granville Island, Vancouver BC November 4, 6pm In Other Words, 8 B NE Killingsworth St, Portland, OR November 5, 5pm Floating […]

24 hours of Halloween: Richard Corben

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BONUS! The great underground/alternative artist is interviewed by Bill Baker about his Haunt of Horror project for Marvel, which adapts Poe and Lovecraft. I feel that much of Poe’s works deals directly with that most basic of all human feelings, fear, and its more extreme state, horror. He speaks directly to me because I am […]

24 hours of Halloween: Joel Priddy

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Joel Priddy has been posting monsters all month at his blog. In other holiday news, Priddy’s adpatation of The Gift of the Magi will be out from HarperCollins next week.

24 Hours of Halloween: T.D. Ward

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Artist T.D. Ward contributed this piece entitled HOWL-o-ween.

24 Hours of Halloween: BOOM! Studios Halloween costumes

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Erika Terriquez, of BOOM! Production and Design gets all YO HO HO for the day. More costumes here.

24 Hours of Halloween: Tom Williams

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Day Prize nominee Tom Williams of Draw Robot shared this piece with us.

24 Hours of Halloween: Steve Emond

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Steve Emond, creator of EMO BOY and the upcoming HAPPYFACE, shared his seasonal drawing of the classic NEWS game Maniac Mansion with us.

24 Hours of Halloween: Jude Grimbro

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Artist Jude Beers, who goes by the name Grimbro, shared his own Halloween countdown: a tribute to horror illustration great Basil Gogos. You can see more of his art here.

24 Hours of Halloween: Jean Arrow

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Newcomer Jean Arrow writes to introduce herself: I am an up and coming comic book artist, currently working on my first comic book that I am going to debut at the Phoenix Comic Con in 2010. I am also currently mentoring under Steve Rude. You can see more of my art work at jeanarrow.deviantart.com.

24 hours of Halloween: J. Chris Campbell

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Check out his Flickr set: Creatures, Creepies and Crazies.

More on Marvel on iPhone

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A stunned world woke up to the news that now you can read Marvel Comics on your iPhone, via the four platforms best known for their comics offerings: Comixology, iVerse, Panelfly and Scrollmotion. A story on Marvel.com talks to EVP, Marvel Digital Media Ira Rubenstien. Marvel digital comics availability on the iPhone Apps system joins […]

Silence of the WUMBs

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It seems that the Wizard Universe Message Board, home to seditious postings on bad customer service, personnel changes, joyless conventions and other, hoi polloi, topics, has been shut down, part of a total reworking of the Wizard Universe family of sites. Ex-Wizardeer Sean T. Collins has more: The board was launched in 2006, at the […]

Angoulême is TOO like San Diego

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We don’t mean to belittle this sobering story with a funny headline, but…well we did it anyway. However, it seems that Angoulême, France, cradle of the greatest , biggest comics convention of them all, a town-spanning festival where well over 200,000 people gather just to watch Seth tie his shoes, is having the same kind […]

Quote of the day on ASTRO BOY

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Topless Robot reports that the lackluster new CGI Astro Boy movie tanked in Japan and sticks the knife in a little deeper: PERHAPS YOU SHOULD NOT HAVE TAKEN JAPAN’S MOST BELOVED CHARACTER AND STUCK HIM IN A SHITTY CG MOVIE WITH VIRTUALLY NO REGARD FOR HIS ORIGINAL STORIES, WHICH MOST OF JAPAN KNOWS BY HEART. […]