Tweet This is an experiment that will either get some good comics some good exposure…or melt our bandwidth! Every day it seems we get a preview of a comic that is worthy of some attention and exposure. So for the next 30 days we’re going to try to post one a day. Please, share via [...]
A couple of developments in the ongoing pamphletpocalypse/sales adjustment.
§ At long last John Jackson Miller has appeared with comforting words to explain why September’s sales figures weren’t cause to jump out the window. This may be just our interpretation, but it appears that the plunge isn’t so much that all periodical sales are shrinking as top periodical sales are slipping. Miller explains that the tail-end of the long tail is actually HEALTHIER than ever.
As you may recall, four=day and single day passes for the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con went on sale today, and while the Comic-Con site was a bit sluggish immediately after the 9 am PDT on sale time, now you can get through and so far…plenty of tickets!
While there may be some perception that comic book movie fever is cooling off, at least one super-epic-mega film that will change the world is in the works — the Steven Spielberg/Peter Jackson Tintin 3D-mocap-CGI epic. Spielberg is directing while Jackson produces The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn, which comes out 12/23/11. The cast includes Jamie Bell, Daniel Craig, Andy Serkis, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Gad Elmaleh, Toby Jones, Mackenzie Crook, Carey Elwes and Daniel Mays, most of whom did mocap or supplied vocal talents.
TweetSeason 1/Episode 1: The Walking Dead/Days Gone By What’s your day after Halloween take on the TV Zombiepocalypse? I’m pretty satisfied with the balance of gore and subtlety last night’s highly anticipated (and heavily promoted) pilot episode of The Walking Dead achieved. I may be more satisfied in some ways than others, but on the [...]
Based on our trip to the Village Halloween Parade, there were a lot of pirates and superheroes — many Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl costumes, so good on that, John Romita, Jr. … We did not personally witness any Scott Pilgrim costumes that were not worn by comics folks, but Edgar Wright has a Posterous gallery, above.