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"Swamp Fox" Chronicles American Revolution with Animals

Comicon.com’s PULSE News has posted an article highlighting Jonathan Myers’ Swamp Fox, an all-ages anthropomorphic animal comic book that is based on the life of Francis Marion, a renowned colonial-era American patriot who battled the British with early guerilla warfare tactics.

Bendis Talks Marvel's "House of M"; Sketchbook Preview Released

Writer Brian Michael Bendis has spoken at length to Newsarama about House of M, Marvel’s upcoming massive crossover event growing out of last year’s “Avengers Disassembled” storyline. Newsarama also has a preview of the House of M Sketchbook, slated to be in comic shops on April 27.

Disney Files Post-Trial Brief in Shareholder's Lawsuit

Final post-trial briefs have been filed in the Disney shareholder’s lawsuit in Delaware over the hiring and firing of former Disney president Mike Ovitz. In the brief, Disney lawyers characterized the lawsuit as “character assassination” and unsurprisingly suggest that Disney should not be liable for the $130 million payout made to force Ovitz out of […]

Colombian Comic Transforms Late Pope into Superhero

An article on MSNBC.com spotlights the Incredible Popeman, a comic book to be published soon in Colombia that transforms the late Pope John Paul II into a full-fledged superhero. The debut issue will supposedly feature a meeting where the late pontiff will meet Batman and Superman for superhero lessons. Supposedly, reaction to the comic book […]

Ben Avery on "Lullaby", "The Imaginaries" (UPDATED with Lullaby #2 Preview)

Writer Ben Avery has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his two mini-series from Image Comics: Lullaby: Wisdom Seeker, which puts the lead characters of several children’s stories on a quest to defeat an encroaching evil, and The Imaginaries, a series about the land where imaginary friends go to retire. The first issue of […]

Robotech to Appear in Animated PSA for United Nations

A press release states that Robotech will appear in a special Public Service Announcement (PSA) commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the United Nations. It will be the first animated PSA for the UN in many years and will air side-by-side with PSAs starring Sean Connery, Michael Douglas, Colin Farrell, and Lenny Kravitz.

Dudley Do-Right Emporium Facing the Wrecking Ball

Mark Evanier and Jerry Beck are both noting that the Dudley Do-Right Emporium on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood is facing destruction. The Emporium was opened in 1971 by Rocky & Bullwinkle creator Jay Ward, who often manned the registers with his wife Ramona. The Emporium closed earlier this year.

"Solo" #5 Spotlights Darwyn Cooke

Darwyn Cooke will be the spotlight artist for the fifth issue of DC Comics’ Solo, and Comicon.com’s PULSE News has spoken to Cooke about his contributions to the title. Several preview pages from the issue are included with the article. Solo #5 is available for pre-order now, and is scheduled for release in June.

"Madagascar" Activity Disc to Come with "Shrek 2" DVD

According to a report in the Internet Movie Database Daily Briefing, the Shrek 2 DVD will contain a special “activity disc” and a movie ticket to promote Madagascar, DreamWorks Animation’s newest movie scheduled for release on May 27. Additionally, a report in Daily Variety claims that 15 minutes of footage from the film met with […]

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.

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