TweetWhen lists of the most successful and lasting independent comics companies are made up, few people ever include Bongo, known for titles in the “Groening-verse” of Futurama, The Simpsons, and Life in Hell. But Bongo is celebrating its 17th year of publishing comics this year! And to mark the occasion they have a new website, [...]
Tweet BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid invites all Comic-Con attendees to the BOOM! Studios 5 Year Anniversary Drink Up* taking place at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Odysea Bar, Thursday July 22nd from 9pm to ??? during Comic-Con International 2010 in San Diego, California. Come help celebrate another year of BOOM!’s explosive growth with Mark [...]
DC has released a “mystery teaser” poster by Ivan Rei, Joe Prado and Rod Reis that has lots of clues to upcoming DCU events that will anger fanboys and make people post on the internet. Click for a much larger version so you can play along at home. What this tells me is that even in a blackest night, a nice ass will always take center stage.
Chew! Turf! Choker! Viking! Haunt! Books with more than one syllable titles like The Walking Dead. And Ziggy Marley. It’s all below:
You’ll find a surplus of Image creators on hand at booth #2729. The stupendous talents joining Image include GLEN BRUNSWICK, KODY CHAMBERLAIN, KIERON GILLEN, BRYAN JL GLASS, ROB GUILLORY, PHIL HESTER, GREG HORN, JASON HOWARD, ANDY KUHN, ERIK LARSEN, JOHN LAYMAN, ROB LIEFELD, DAVID MACK, DEREK MCCULLOCH, JAMIE MCKELVIE, MINK, RYAN OTTLEY, PAOLO PARENTE, CLIFF RATHBURN, JIMMIE ROBINSON, STEPHEN SCOTT, KRIS SIMON, BEN TEMPLESMITH, JIM VALENTINO and CORY WALKER. WE’LL ALSO HAVE SIGNINGS WITH JANE WIEDLIN, BILL MORRISON, JONATHAN ROSS, TOMMY LEE EDWARDS, TIM SEELEY, JOE KELLY, KEN NIIMURA, NICK SPENCER and more!
Marvel hasn’t really sent out their schedule for Comic-Con, but they do have a dedicated mini-site here where there will be live-blogging and chatting and probably toasted cheese sandwiches. Here’s the panel schedule below While there are certain to be kabillions of MArvel Superstars signing away at the booth, he schedule hasn’t been released. However Marvel Studios will have a couple of signings on Saturday with stars of upcoming Marvel films — YOU WILL NEED A TICKET TO MEET THE GUY WHO MADE HENRY V
Top Cow has a big presence for their big event this year, ARTIFACTS, and appearances by Marc Silvestri, Ron Marz (Artifacts), Phil Hester (The Darkness), Michael Broussard (Artifacts), Kenneth Rocafort (Velocity), Jeremy Haun (Berserker), Eric Basaldua (Witchblade Annual), William Harms (Impaler), Rob Levin (Broken Trinity: Pandora’s Box), Bryan Edward Hill (Broken Trinity: Pandora’s Box), Nelson Blake II (Magdalena), Marc Bernardin (Genius), Adam Freeman (Genius), Jeff Wamester (The Darkness: Four Horsemen), David Hine (The Darkness: Four Horsemen), Jason Rubin (The Iron Saint), Joshua Ortega (Necromancer), Rick Loverd (Berserker), Sheldon Mitchell (The Darkness), Rahsan Ekedal (The Crazies, Echoes), Joshua Hale Fialkov (The Crazies, Echoes), Randy Queen (The Darkness/Darkchylde: Kingdom Pain), Sarah Queen (The Darkness/Darkchylde: Kingdom Pain), Jonathan Lincoln (Tracker), Rick Basaldua (The Darkness) and more.
TweetSeason 3: Episode 5 – Trouble Trouble was a somewhat troubling episode. After a strong show last week, True Blood seems to be struggling, once again, under the weight of all the new characters it’s introducing. There’s just far too many vamps, weres, and other enigmas to get to know, much less get invested in, for [...]