Newsarama.com has posted a feature article about Beyond!, a six-issue limited series from Marvel Comics beginning in June, written by Dwayne McDuffie with artwork by Scott Kolins. The series will set Spider-Man and a pack of Marvel’s minor characters on a strange and hostile alien world, where they must either work together to survive or […]
Writer Dan Slott (Batman Adventures) has announced a contest to boost the dangerously low sales of his newest monthly comic book The Thing, centering on the rocky orange muscle for the Fantastic Four. Slott will select the best comic book message board post from “the person who’s doing the best job promoting “Pull My Thing […]
This past weekend’s WizardWorld Los Angeles comic convention was the platform for DC, Marvel, and other American comic book companies to make several new announcements. The Comics Reporter’s “Collective Memory” feature is the best single source for all the news reports filed about the con. Of particular interest to animation fans are the panel discussion […]
Comic Book Resources has posted a press release and preview of Frank Espinosa’s Rocketo, which moves from the (now defunct) Speakeasy Comics to Image Comics with issue #7. Espinosa is an animator best known for his work with classic Looney Tunes characters, and Rocketo is his creator-owned series about a post-apocalyptic map maker. A trade […]
Writer Greg Weisman has been interviewed by Comic Book Resources about the new Gargoyles comic book coming from Slave Labor Graphics later this year. Weisman addresses many details about the cartoon’s past and the comic book future.
DC Comics has announced its upcoming book-format comics coming in July and August, 2006. Highlights include: – 2 new Teen Titans Go! collections: Ready for Action and On the Move (July) – The Batman Chronicles Vol. 2, the second volume reprinting all of Batman’s adventures in chronological order (July) – Absolute Kingdom Come, reprinting the […]
Writer Andrew Dabb has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his work on the G.I. Joe Sigma 6 licensed comic book published by Devil’s Due Publishing. Among other topics, Dabb discusses his artistic influences, the challenges in writing for younger audiences, and his favorite members of the G.I. Joe team. Five preview pages are […]
Tim Seely and Erik Ko have been interviewed by Newsarama.com about their upcoming G.I. Joe vs. Transformers limited series. Subjects discussed include how the project came about, what connections it has to prior comics, and what’s happening in the new series. Several unlettered preview pages are included in the article. G.I. Joe vs. Transformers: The […]
Ian Flynn, Tracy Yardley, and editor Mike Pellerito have spoken to Newsarama about their run on Archie Comics’ Sonic the Hedgehog licensed comic book title. Flynn and Yardley will take over the title with the departure of longtime contributor Ken Penders.
On the closing day of the New York Comic-Con, Toon Zone asked a variety of companies and individuals the same 3 questions in a “One-Minute Interview.” The following are the answers that the company representatives gave us, alphabetized by first name just to be different. Any photos that may seem unflattering are no doubt caused […]