Publishers Weekly has published a brief article about the licensed Disney comics coming from Slave Labor Graphics, a publisher usually known for darker, more adult fare. SLG publisher Dan Vado is quoted on the approach being taken for the new comics. The Haunted Mansion comic debuted in October 2005, with Tron, Alice in Wonderland, and […]
Devil’s Due Publishing has announced the trade paperbacks scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2006. Included are two G.I. Joe volumes, collecting the closing issues of the first Devil’s Due G.I. Joe series and the first story arc of the G.I. Joe: America’s Elite reboot, coming in January and February, respectively.
Writer Joe O’Brien has spoken to Comicon.com’s PULSE News about the new Planet of the Apes comic books he is writing with Ty Templeton for Mr. Comics. O’Brien delves into his opinions about the original movie series and how the comic ties into it, speaking briefly about the directions the comic will take. Several preview […]
The following comics previews are available on-line: COMICS AVAILABLE NOW – Telltale Games, makers of the Bone video game, are hosting new Sam and Max comics by Steve Purcell on the web to promote their new video game. – BrokenFrontier.com has a five-page preview of Hawaiian Dick: The Last Resort #3 by B. Clay Moore […]
You know, we’ve had giant robots in virtually every profession ever created. Guardians against evil giant monsters, construction tools, tools of war…. Heck, we’ve even had them as tools in a popularity contest. But few series have had the giant robots in the hands of the normal, everyday police. Thanks to Project Headgear’s Patlabor, that […]
A report in The Wall Street Journal is resurrecting a rumor (again) that Disney is considering an outright purchase of Pixar Animation Studios to essentially turn it into their animated film division. The two companies are still engaged in renegotiation talks over their partnership, where Disney co-finances Pixar films and pays for compensation and marketing […]