True Blood Recap: Lethal Love, Loss and Lacerations

beat-default

TweetS03:E08 Night on the Sun Night on the Sun was one long extended fight (then fuck) scene of an episode – and a good one at that, filled with lots of surprise moves, killings, and O faces.  The episode opened right where things left off last week with Sookie screaming after seeing Bill at her […]

“Keep them in the dark” — what some very bad publishers are really thinking

beat-default

Late last night Twitter flared with anger over a post entitled How to hire an artist by a designer of Flash-based computer games. Although we usually don’t quote things so extensively, it seems that running enough of an excerpt to get the whole story is important here (plus is may be taken down). This is what the author, Christopher Gregorio, has to say about selecting an artist for a game project:

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits — 8/9/10

beat-default

Huizenga’s inpsiration; Colletta’s place; Doran’s rage; Weing’s fatigue….and the rise of urban fantasy in graphic novels. All in the TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF KIBBLES ‘N’ BITS after a vacation in Ibiza.

Lulu Awards move to Long Beach, nominations open to public

beat-default

Friends of Lulu president Valerie D’Orazio announces that this years Friends of Lulu Awrds will have a new home — the Long Beach Comic Con. Nominations are open to the public, and can be made here — but hurry the deadline is August 23rd.

After nearly shutting down just a few weeks ago, Friends of Lulu has reemerged with an interim volunteer board. In addition, missing financial records have been recovered, and the organization is moving forward once again.

Briefs & Boxers! 08/08/10

beat-default

This week: Brevoort and Alonso redefine “distinct”; Kirkman talks turkey; get your very own 2.5′ adamantium souvenir; collections we need; and more.

Wolverton’s PLOP covers

beat-default

Tweet Via Sam Henderson, a gallery of art by fabulist Basil Wolverton, from PLOP! In case you are wondering what PLOP! was, it was a humor/satire magazine published by DC in the ’70s that was sort of a companion to MAD, even though it spun out of the horror line and included Cain and Abel […]

The Mysterious World of Mr. Mark Millar

beat-default

Could this be a cover subject for CLInT Magazine?

And why is Mr. Millar wearing ear goggles?

Developing.