More Details on the Howard Chaykin Buck Rogers

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The comment section seemed pretty happy with the announcement that Howard Chaykin was going to be doing Buck Rogers for Hermes Press, so I laid hands on Dan Herman (the Publisher at Hermes) and got a little more information for you.

The Most Difficult Questions Usually Don't Have Any Answers

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Some random thinking on reality, fantasy, life, art, and how they all interact and influence our existence.

The Man of Steel Movie Trailer – A Somber Superman

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If you didn’t see the trailer for Man of Steel, the upcoming Zack Synder Superman film, in the previews before The Dark Knight Rises, the trailer has finally started turning up online. The trailer is bleak and somber in tone. It might be the whole film has this feel or it might be a deliberate attempt to differentiate a new project from the Richard Donner version the viewing public is familiar with (and that Bryan Singer was attempting to emulate in the last Superman film).

Must read: A cartoonist's worldview

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The Guardian has a series of comics up called A cartoonists worldview and it’s a fantastic series of thoughtful comics by an all-star line-up. It’s also a reminder that social commentary has always been one of the most powerful and direct uses of the comics medium. We’re lucky to have so many insightful practitioners using that medium today.

SDCC 12: Listen to the top panels

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Courtesy of Jamie Coville, here are 16 of the top panels from Comic-Con 2012. It’s almost as good as being there and if you don’t like crowds, it’s better. Many thanks to Jamie for providing this service. Jamie’s photos can be seen here.