I’ve always rather liked Nicola Scott’s art work, but can she, in fact, draw...– J. Caleb Mozzocco, Every Day Is Like Wednesday: (links)
Ty Templeton on Ultimate Spider-Man
Tim O’Shea talks to Ty Templeton about Ultimate Spider-Man: O’Shea: What is the collaborative process like when you and Dan Slott co-write? Templeton: It changes every time we do it. We wrote a bunch of Batman stories together which amounted to really using the other guy as a sounding board. We did a few issues of She-Hulk together that amounted to us trading off plot/dialogue duties each...
What is Tim Seeley reading?
In case you missed it, Tim Seeley of Hack/Slash and Witchblade fame dropped by the blog this weekend to talk about what he’s been reading, including Transformers and Oglaf. He also writes the revived Bloodstrike comic for Extreme Studios, a book I’m really enjoying reading myself.
Reactions to AvX: Vs. #1
jkparkin: Today’s Chain Reactions on Robot 6. In which I spend more time talking about my childhood than the comic.
The three Furys
Carla Hoffman looks at all the versions of Agent Fury running through Marvel’s comics right now, including Classic, New, Ultimate and of course Vanilla Cherry: What follows is a theory about one of Marvel’s most resilient characters, Nick Fury, and all the forms he takes. From a sergeant with the Howling Commandos to an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. to Samuel L. Jackson and beyond, the...
It’s apparent to everyone at this point that the geeks have inherited the earth,...– Michael May’s Adventureblog: The obsolescence of geeks and nerds
Review: Solomon Kane: The Castle of the Devil →
J. Caleb Mozzocco reviews Scott Allie and Mario Guevara’s Solomon Kane miniseries over on his own blog. I found the story took a little too much time to get going, and am glad I read it in trade rather than in its original serial format, as I probably wouldn’t have wanted to read the second issue after the first, let alone the rest of the series. There’s some extremely cool stuff in the book,...
I know up on top you are seeing great sights, but down here on the bottom, we...– CBLDF » Dr. Seuss Quote Banned in Canadian Classrooms