The highlight of this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con will be the 25th anniversary of the New Teen Titans, which formed the foundation of the show on Cartoon Network. New Teen Titans co-creator Marv Wolfman will be present at the show, and a free Titans print by artist Frank Cho will be handed out to attendees as […]
Michael Uslan, producer for numerous live-action and animated Batman projects, will be honored by Indiana University and the city of Bloomington, Indiana, for “Batman Week in Bloomington” from September 12 – 16. The 30,000 comics and graphic novels that Uslan has donated to Indiana University’s Lilly Library will be the core of a special exhibition […]
Comic book artist George Perez is the subject of a lengthy article at Newsarama.com, where he discusses his prior work at both DC and Marvel Comics, his new George Perez: Storyteller DVD, his connections to the Teen Titans cartoon, and his upcoming comics work in JSA and an unnamed monthly comic book.
Buzzscope.com has posted several previews for comics scheduled to be released on September 14, including Franklin Richards #1 by Marc Sumerak and Chris Eliopoulus (Marvel), Thor: Blood Oath #1 by Michael Avon Oeming and Scott Kolins (Marvel), Ronin Hood of the 47 Samurai OGN by Jeff Amano and Craig Rousseau (Image), Green Arrow #54 by […]
An article in the New York Times notes that a charity day at the Hong Kong Disneyland amusement park resulted in massive overcrowding (free registration required). The near-capacity crowd of approximately 30,000 visitors faced hourlong waits for rides, food shortages, and inadequate parking. The park will do at least one more test day before its […]
ComicBookResources.com has posted an 11-page preview of Komikwerks’ Thrills & Chills anthology comic. The book contains several stories by comic book and animation professionals, including Dwayne McDuffie (Justice League Unlimited, Static Shock), Keith Giffen, and Tom Mandrake. The 200 page digest comic should be available at comic book shops now for $9.95.
A brief article in the Los Angeles Times notes that a DVD release of PBS’s The Electric Company is in the works (free registration required). Airing from 1971 to 1977, The Electric Company featured Bill Cosby, Rita Moreno, and the earliest work of actor Morgan Freeman, as well as assorted animated features and live-action Spider-Man […]
Whatever its strengths or weaknesses as a movie, the universal consensus is that Sin City is the most faithful comics-to-film translation to date. Virtually all its dialogue is lifted straight from Frank Miller’s original text, and the “digital backlot” techniques used to shoot the film painstakingly reproduce the visuals of the comics. At least one […]