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Paul Dini on DC's "Countdown" and Top Cow's "Madame Mirage"

Wizard magazine has spoken to writer Paul Dini about DC’s new weekly comic book series Countdown, which will begin on May 9 and which Dini describes as “the ultimate tentpole movie.” Dini discusses his partners in the exercise, the driving plot behind the book, his selection of cast members, and what exactly the series is […]

Toon Zone Interviews John Delaney on "Futurama" in Comics and "Chaotic"

Longtime readers of the Toon Zone Forums will remember the John Delaney sketch poll with fondness. Familiar to many readers as the artist for Justice League Adventures and other animated tie-in comics from DC, Delaney is now leading the team bringing Chaotic to the 4Kids! Network. Chaotic centers on two teenaged boys who discover a […]

"Hellboy Animated" Interviews with Creator Mike Mignola and Director Tad Stones

Newsarama.com’s “Animated Shorts” column has posted an interview with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola about the Hellboy Animated direct-to-video films. Mignola discusses his past work in animation, from Disney’s Atlantis to an aborted New Gods series for Warner Brothers; the difference between working in comics and animation; and why SciFi’s Amazing Screw-on Head makes him uncomfortable. […]

Tad Stones on "Hellboy Animated" DVD Extras

Director Tad Stones has posted a sneak peek at some of the bonus material coming for the Hellboy Animated DVDs, including a look at the comic book that will be shipping with the DVDs, screenshots of the documentaries, and photos of the voice actors at work. The description on the blog page does not indicate […]

Tad Stones on Animated Hellboy; "Screw-on Head" Coming from Starz

Director Tad Stones has been interviewed about the two animated Hellboy direct-to-video movies by Newsarama.com’s Animated Shorts column. The interview covers the reaction to Hellboy: Sword of Storms, why certain character design decisions were made, how Hellboy creator Mike Mignola reacted to the DTVs, and what’s coming next in the Hellboy: Blood and Iron DTV. […]

Claymation Creator Will Vinton's Graphic Novel Debut

Dark Horse Comics has issued a press release about Jack Hightower, a new original graphic novel written by Will Vinton, the Oscar-winning animator and creator of “claymation.” Jack Hightower will center on a secret agent attempting to save the world while shrunk down to action figure size. The book goes on sale on January 17, […]

Chris Yost on the New X-Men and X-23

Writer Chris Yost has been interviewed by Comicon.com’s PULSE News about his work on New X-Men for Marvel Comics. Yost discusses the current state of affairs for the younger, newer generation of X-Men and how the work differs from the writing he and his writing partner Craig Kyle did for X-Men Evolution. Special focus is […]

Tad Stones Interviewed on "Hellboy: Blood and Iron," "Turok"

The Major Spoilers weblog has posted a brief interview with Tad Stones, director of the Hellboy Animated direct-to-video movies. Stones discusses his past association with Darkwing Duck, the status of Hellboy: Blood and Iron, and the future of the Hellboy Animated franchise. He also confirmed a separate report of a Turok, Son of Stone animated […]

"Batman Adventures'" Burchett and Slott Re-Unite for "She-Hulk"

Comic Book Resources has spoken to writer Dan Slott and artist Rick Burchett about their upcoming run on Marvel’s She-Hulk, starting with issue #14 shipping on December 20. The last comic book the two collaborated on was DC’s Batman Adventures, based on Batman the Animated Series. In the article, Slott and Burchett provide a current […]

Vertical to Publish Tezuka's "Apollo's Song" in June 2007; "To Terra..." in Feb 2007

Independent publisher Vertical, Inc. has announced that they will be publishing a translation of Osamu Tezuka’s Apollo’s Song (Apollo no Uta) in June of 2007. The 500-page graphic novel tells the tale of a young man named Shogo, who is condemned to an eternity of heartbreak by the Goddess of Love because of his own […]

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