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Comics Previews for December 1: Season of the Witch, Jonah Hex, Marvel Zombies

by Ed Liuon December 2, 2005
Several comics previews are available on-line. AVAILABLE NOW – The complete first issue of Season of the Witch is available at Newsarama.com. The comic, about a teenaged girl transported to a magic world, is by Jai Nitz and Kevin Sharpe and is published by Image Comics. The same article also contains a five-page preview of […]

DC Heroes on U.S. Postage Stamps in 2006

by Ed Liuon November 30, 2005
The United States Postal Service has announced that several DC Comics superheroes will be featured on postage stamps in 2006. The sheet of 20 stamps will focus on 10 heroes (Superman, Batman and Robin, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, the Flash, Green Arrow, Supergirl, Plastic Man, and Hawkman) with one stamp featuring the hero and […]

Comic Book Guide to "Aeon Flux"

by Ed Liuon November 30, 2005
The Boston Globe has posted a humorous 16-page guide to Aeon Flux, tracing its evolution from animated shorts on MTV’s Liquid Television to a half-hour show to a live-action movie starring Charlize Theron in the title role. The Complete Aeon Flux was just released on DVD, and the movie opens this Friday, December 2. (UPDATED: […]

Todd McFarlane Talks Up "Spawn"

by Ed Liuon November 29, 2005
Comic Book Resources.com has published a lengthy interview with the creator, and Newsarama.com has published a lengthy interview with the creator. The interviews focus on McFarlane’s Spawn comic book reaching the 150 issue milestone recently, although McFarlane also comments on Spawn spin-offs in movies, TV, and other comic books as well.

Comics Previews for November 25: Perhapanauts, JLA: Classified, Generation M

by Ed Liuon November 28, 2005
The following comic book previews are available throughout the Internet: – A feature article about Perhapanauts #1 at Newsarama.com includes a 4-page preview, and more pages are A feature article about Perhapanauts #1. The comic by Todd Dezago and Craig Rousseau centers on a paranormal team of investigators fixing rips and tears in reality. It […]

"Teen Titans Go!" Writer J. Torres Interviewed by Global Nation

by Ed Liuon November 21, 2005
J. Torres, writer of the Teen Titans Go! tie-in comic book, has been interviewed by Global Nation about his career in the comic book industry. The interview ranges over almost all of Torres’ comic book work, including his debut Copybook Tales, his work on Teen Titans Go!, his upcoming comics Lola: A Ghost Story and […]

Adam Beechen Talks "Justice League Unlimited" Comics

by Ed Liuon November 21, 2005
Writer Adam Beechen and his work on the Justice League Unlimited tie-in comic book have gotten a feature article at Comic Book Resources. Topics include how he landed the job, how he deals with continuity and the show, and his feelings on the highs and lows of the comic so far.

Joe Kubert Talks Current Comics Projects

by Ed Liuon November 18, 2005
Writer/artist Joe Kubert, founder of the Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, has been interviewed by Newsarama about two of his current comics projects: Jew Gangster, an original graphic novel about a young Jewish boy who joins an organized crime syndicate; and Sgt Rock: The Prophecy, a six-issue series set in World War II […]

Comics Previews for November 18: Hero Squared, Spider-Man/Black Cat, She-Hulk

by Ed Liuon November 18, 2005
The following comics previews are available on the web: – Buzzscope.com has 8-page preview of Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Joe Abraham’s Hero Squared #3. – Newsarama.com hosts an interview with Giffen and DeMatteis. An interview with Giffen and DeMatteis contains several more preview pages and covers for their upcoming mini-series Planetary Brigade. Both comics […]

St. Petersburg Times Op-Ed Seeks Justice League for Public Office

by Ed Liuon November 15, 2005
An op-ed article in the St. Petersburg Times suggests that its elected officials ask, “What would Batman Do?” when confronted with seemingly intractible problems of public policy. Times columnist Ernest Hooper suggests, not entirely facetiously, that Cartoon Network’s Justice League presents a model of how disparate minds can “pull together for a common cause, even […]