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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 […]

New Japanese Tours Target Anime Fans

An article in the Asahi Shimbun newspaper notes the rise of anime-related tourism in Japan. Many local governments, including that for the Tokyo metropolitan area, are giving anime top billing in their tourism promotion efforts, and a growing number of travel package tours offer overseas visitors behind-the-scenes tours at anime studios and trips to anime […]

Mark Powers on "G.I. Joe" Comic Book Franchise

ComicBookResources.com has spoken to Devil’s Due Publishing editor Mark Powers about the future of the G.I. Joe comic book franchise. Powers discusses the shakeups currently underway in the battle between G.I. Joe and Cobra, the ‘G.I. Joe Arashikage Showdown’ manga-sized graphic novel, and the upcoming G.I. Joe: America’s Elite #0 relaunch by Joe Casey and […]

"Princess Natasha" Jumps from Online to TV & Books

An article in the Los Angeles Times states that Time Warner plans to announce a new TV cartoon and series of books based on Princess Natasha, an original animated feature available to America Online subscribers (free registration required). The 5-minute show about a princess who is also a spy will get a 20-episode run on […]

Eisner Says Iger's the Boss

A report by Merrill Lynch analyst Jessica Reif Cohen states that Michael Eisner has effectively handed control of the Disney Corporation to Robert Iger, according to the Los Angeles Times (free registration required). Eisner is scheduled to step down as Disney’s CEO on October 1, but described himself as the “junior partner” at this point.

Village Voice Talks to Otomo about "Steamboy"

The Village Voice has spoken to director Katsuhiro Otomo about his latest film Steamboy, which opened nationwide last Friday. Otomo talks about the inspiration behind the film, the challenges he faced during its 10-year production, and the sequel.

Joe Kelly & Ariel Olivetti talk "Space Ghost" Comics

Joe Kelly and Ariel Olivetti have spoken to Comicon.com’s PULSE News about their Space Ghost comic book mini-series being published by DC Comics. The creative team is already talking about a Space Ghost sequel, and writer Kelly is at work on two more Hanna-Barbera properties in addition to an original show for Cartoon Network.

WizardWorld Los Angeles News Roundup

The WizardWorld Los Angeles comic book convention was held last weekend, resulting in a deluge of comic-book related news. – DC Comics’ panel revealed details about DC Countdown to Infinite Crisis and its many tie-in books, Grant Morrison’s Seven Soldiers of Victory maxi-series, the return of Donna Troy to the DC Universe, a new Teen […]

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