Devil’s Due Publishing has announced Snake Eyes: Declassified, a six-issue mini-series that promises to reveal the life story of the enigmatic and wildly popular ninja commando in G.I. Joe. The mini-series is to be written by Brandon Jerwa with artwork by Emiliano Santalucia and Jeremy Roberts. Issue #1 is scheduled for release in August 2005. […]
This year’s Free Comic Book Day is hitting comic book stores internationally on Saturday, May 7, 2005. Participating comic book shops will have a variety of comic book titles available for free, and many will have creator signings or other in-store events. This year’s offerings include The Batman Strikes (DC), Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man and the […]
A news report from Springfield, OR, reveals that a naked woman tore up an original Peanuts comic strip and flushed it down her toilet. The strip was owned by her neighbor, who believed it to be worth as much as $90,000. No motive was discerned by the police, and the strip was not recovered. (Via […]
Dark Horse Comics’ Scott Allie has given an extensive interview to Newsarama.com about Conan, the hit monthly comic by Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord that hews closer to the original Robert E. Howard pulp stories. Allie goes into the picking of the creative team, current and future storylines (including the fill-in issue to be drawn […]
ComicBookResources.com has spoken to Devil’s Due Publishing editor Mark Powers about the future of the G.I. Joe comic book franchise. Powers discusses the shakeups currently underway in the battle between G.I. Joe and Cobra, the ‘G.I. Joe Arashikage Showdown’ manga-sized graphic novel, and the upcoming G.I. Joe: America’s Elite #0 relaunch by Joe Casey and […]
Joe Kelly and Ariel Olivetti have spoken to Comicon.com’s PULSE News about their Space Ghost comic book mini-series being published by DC Comics. The creative team is already talking about a Space Ghost sequel, and writer Kelly is at work on two more Hanna-Barbera properties in addition to an original show for Cartoon Network.
Philadelphia’s Weekly Press has published an article that keenly analyzes two recent comic-books: Ex Machina by Brian K. Vaughan and Tony Harris and DC: The New Frontier by Darwyn Cooke. Ex Machina is an on-going series that centers on a superhero who becomes mayor of New York City, while DC: The New Frontier was a […]