1966 BATMAN TV SHOW COMING TO HOME DVD and your head will explode

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How did Conan O’Brien get the scoop on this??? Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will distribute the long-awaited BATMAN live-action television series (1966-68) as a complete box set later in 2014. More information to come. The Batman TV series has long been held up by a Byzantine series of rights issues, but I guess everyone finally […]

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Miracleman PLUS all the variant covers

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So today, after decades of arguing and speculation and heartache and anger and perhaps even here and there a little joy, Miracleman #1 has been published by Marvel Comics. It’s the end result of all that arguing, speculation, etc etc etc. If you would like to know more about what I am talking  about, I […]

Blood, Roses and Exploration with Sally Jane Thompson [Interview]

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Sally Jane Thompson is one of the more brilliant lights in the comics industry, a multi-talented creator who can turn her hand to anything: writing, pencilling, lettering, portraiture, blogging, colouring. A constant bright presence at conventions around the UK, she is perhaps most well-known for her graphic novel Atomic Sheep and her portrait series Blood […]

Webcomics alert: Whit Taylor on survival

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A lot of people have been linking toWhite Taylor’s comic about surviving a sexual assault. It’s tough reading and brave but a needed reminder about the real life pain that certain acts people blog and tweet about all day actually have. Taylor writes:

Julia Wertz on alcoholism, cartooning and life

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The hysterically funny Julia Wertz hasn’t been cartooning as much lately, as she deals with staying sober and improving her life. Over at Narrative, she writes with humor about her ups and downs and shares some her private diary comics.

The Comic King of Guatemala

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Guatemala just got its first comics shop.

And filmmaker George Clipp made a short film about it.

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 1/15/14—Astonishing links

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Oh snap the links piled up while we were on home internet vacation. § David Rees (Get Your War On) and Michael Kupperman (Tales Designed to Thrizzle) are doing a comic strip for the Sunday New York Times. That’s good! But I guess that means Brian McFadden isn’t doing one any more. That’s bad. There […]

Back to the fray

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Okay I got my old computer back although they replaced so many parts it’s practically a new computer. They didn’t replace the hard drive though, and everything was right where I left it. SWEET.