Comics, Etc.

SDCC2015: Berkeley Breathed Hints At A Return To Cartooning

by Peter Paltridgeon July 12, 2015
While the world’s greatest living non-reclusive cartoonist, Berkeley Breathed, WAS a guest at San Diego Comic-Con (part of the IDW booth), he did not speak at a panel or on a podium to my knowledge. He may have spoken in a low voice to fans he deemed worthy. Nevertheless, he did manage to drop a […]
SDCC2015: A Recap Of All DC Entertainment Announcements

SDCC2015: A Recap Of All DC Entertainment Announcements

by Peter Paltridgeon July 12, 2015
As San Diego Comic-Con winds through its final day, DC would like to take the time to remind you it announced a whole Bat-load of comics. Enough that they’ve sent out a summary of everything so fans can keep track. The publisher conducted twenty panels over five days. Here’s all that was announced…. DC Comics […]


SDCC2015: Day Two Photo Gallery

by Peter Paltridgeon July 12, 2015
[Photos by: Eileen Cruz] [SDCC2015] We’ve got a lot of cosplay coming your way in today’s batch….or rather, yesterday’s batch; it’s a little late. Look for Day Three pics to show up shortly after Day Two. We got these pics of the iZombie panel a little too late to put them in the panel’s report, but […]
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SDCC2015: Street Fighter Returning To The Comics Rack

by Peter Paltridgeon July 11, 2015
It’s been a while since we last saw them on the printed page, but the Street Fighter gang is finally returning to comics with Street Fighter Unlimited, coming later this year. This time they’ll be published by Udon Entertainment, a company that’s made its living recently publishing Western versions of video game artbooks, chiefly pertaining […]

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SDCC2015: IDW’s Ninja Turtles Board Game Is Based On The Comic

by Peter Paltridgeon July 11, 2015
Publisher IDW has announced a new Ninja Turtles board game, but don’t expect something like “The Quest For Pizza.” IDW holds the rights to the original gritty Ninja Turtles comic, which they’ve relaunched over the past two years in a new serialized format. Now they’ve unveiled a board game based on the new comic, which […]

SDCC2015: Batman And Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Join Forces

by Alex Beanon July 11, 2015
DC Comics announced at this week’s 2015 San Diego Comic-Con that Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will join forces in a six-book comic book series this autumn. The joint venture will have the Turtles and the Caped Crusader in Gotham City and Batman trying to help the Turtles run through his gauntlet of […]


SDCC2015: Free Prequel Comic For Hitman: Agent 47

by Peter Paltridgeon July 11, 2015
You may be familiar with the the stone-faced bald assassin known as Agent 47, who has starred in a series of video games under the banner “Hitman.” This summer the Hitman gets his own movie, and the studio has provided congoers with a special prequel comic from BOOM Studios detailing what happens before that movie’s […]
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SDCC2015: Legend Of Korra Graphic Novels Coming From Dark Horse

by Peter Paltridgeon July 11, 2015
Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino appeared at San Diego Comic-Con not just to plug their respective separate projects but to reveal the next chapter in the Avatar: The Last Airbender graphic novel series (which will be called “Smoke and Shadow”). They also revealed Dark Horse, who publishes the Avatar comics as well as the […]


SDCC2015: The Legend of Korra to continue via Dark Horse Comics Panel Summary

by slaion July 11, 2015
I was surprised to see there would be an Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Korra panel on this year’s San Diego Comic-Con schedule since both shows have finished their run on Nickelodeon, plus both co-creators, Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino, said last year’s panel would be their last San Diego panel.  I guess they just meant the […]

“The Peanuts Movie” Reveals the Little Red-Haired Girl

by Ed Liuon July 10, 2015
Actor Francesca Capaldi has revealed the first image of the character she voices in The Peanuts Movie: the Little Red-Haired Girl, and object of Charlie Brown’s undying and unrequited love. In addition, the Washington Post has posted a lengthy article that examines the history of the Little Red-Haired Girl in the original Peanuts comic strip […]