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Alan Burnett Talks "Krypto the Superdog"

Newsarama.com has spoken to producer Alan Burnett about the new Krypto the Superdog animated show debuting soon on Cartoon Network. Burnett talks at length about the artistic influences for the new show, the ties it has to Superman: The Animated Series, and guest pet stars.

"G.L.A." #1 Preview Available On-Line

PopCultureShock.com has posted a 4-page preview of G.L.A. #1, the first of a four-issue mini-series by Dan Slott and Paul Pelletier. The comic will reach comic book stands on April 6, 2005.

More Giffen & DeMatteis "Hero Squared" Lunacy

Writers Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis have been “interviewed” again by Newsarama.com about their upcoming Hero Squared mini-series. While intermittently talking about the new comic kicking off in May from Boom! Studios, DeMatteis reveals a deep and abiding depression and Giffen mostly plugs his other projects.

Scott Allie on Being Conan's Editor

Dark Horse Comics’ Scott Allie has given an extensive interview to Newsarama.com about Conan, the hit monthly comic by Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord that hews closer to the original Robert E. Howard pulp stories. Allie goes into the picking of the creative team, current and future storylines (including the fill-in issue to be drawn […]

TV Guide Gives Glimpse at "The Batman's" Batgirl

TVGuide.com has posted a brief article and photo of the new Batgirl joining the cast of WB’s The Batman. Producer Jeff Matsuda is quoted on how she will be animated and used on the show.

DC on "Batman Chronicles" Reprints

Comicon.com’s PULSE News has interviewed DC Senior Editor for Collected Editions Dale Crain about the recently published Batman Chronicles, the first volume of what is promised to put every Batman comic book adventure back in print. Volume 1, which goes on sale tomorrow, reprints Detective Comics #27 – 38 and Batman #1 in a 192 […]

Tokyopop Founder Stuart Levy Interviewed

AnimeNewsNetwork has posted a brief interview with Tokyopop founder Stuart Levy. Topics range from Levy’s move from law to publishing, the Tokyopop products that hold a special place in his heart, and what he does in his spare time.

Comics "Cliff Guy" Interviewed

Walt Parrish is a mild-mannered comic-book fan from Tacoma, WA, with an unusual alter-ego as “the Cliff Guy.” Parrish collects convention sketches from comic book artists involving cliffs, with secondary sketchbooks dedicated to jars and Kill Bill sketches. Comicon.com’s PULSE News interviewed the Cliff Guy about his sketch collection and its origin. The Cliff Guy’s […]

Brevoort Talks "House of M"; Pak on "Iron Man: House of M" Crossover

Newsarama.com has spoken to Marvel Comics editor Tom Brevoort about this summer’s big crossover comics event House of M. Brevoort details the numerous Marvel titles this event will cross into and delves into the aims of the massive crossover event. In a related story, it was revealed that writer Greg Pak (Warlock, X-Men: Phoenix – […]

Iger Demotes Disney's Chief Strategist

A report in the Los Angeles Times states that Disney Corporation Chief Strategic Officer Peter E. Murphy has been demoted within the company as part of a reorganization led by incoming CEO Robert E. Iger (free registration required). Murphy’s strategic planning unit will also be dramatically downsized. The move is seen as a way for […]

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