Frank Espinosa has spoken to ComicBookResources.com about Rocketo, his new comic book series set after a major cataclysm. Espinosa’s prior work included redesigning the Looney Tunes characters for Warner Brothers in 1992 and 2002. Rocketo is published by Speakeasy Comics, and issue #1 is available at comic book stores starting today.
A press release from DC Comics details the collected editions that will be available in November/December 2005. Highlights include several collections of the current Infinite Crisis crossover event; the I Can’t Believe It’s Not the Justice League mini-series by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire; Fables vol. 6; and The Best of the Spirit […]
Buzzscope.com has advance previews of many upcoming comics from DC and Marvel. Highlights of the Runaways #7 are Birds of Prey #85 by Gail Simone and Joe Bennett and The Defenders #2 by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire. Marvel has also released advance previews of comics scheduled for August 31, including Astonishing X-Men […]
This past weekend’s WizardWorld Chicago convention served as the platform for DC and Marvel to announce many of their initiatives for the rest of this year and early 2006. Summary pages of news coverage have been provided by Newsarama.com and ComicBookResources.com. Highlights include the creator and character line-up for Marvel’s Amazing Fantasy #15, including “Blackjack” […]
Mile High Comics has posted several on-line previews for comics from DC and Marvel scheduled for release on August 10. Highlights include Action Comics #830 by Gail Simone and John Byrne, Green Arrow #53 by Judd Winick, Captain America #8 by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting, and Incredible Hulk #85 by Peter David and Jorge […]
The Quills Literary Foundation has named their 2005 Quill Award nominees. James B. Stewart’s DisneyWar was nominated in the “Business” category, Fantagraphics’ Complete Peanuts 1953-1954 was nominated in the “Humor” category, and Marvel Comics’ 1602 by Neil Gaiman, Andy Kubert, and Richard Isanove was nominated in the “Graphic Novel” category.
A one-paragraph report in the New York Times’ “Arts, Briefly” section notes that Spider-Girl #89 will deal with teenage dating abuse, and will include facts on domestic violence and resources to assist victims. The same article also notes the release of Justice #1 by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, and Doug Braithwaite, which will pit DC […]
In a post on his weblog, writer Mark Evanier states that he is beginning “beta-testing” of his comprehensive biography of Jack Kirby. Evanier states that, “I’ll be setting up a little private forum/mailing list where folks who want to help me with research can do so. If you’re one of those people who know old […]