It Never Stops Raining will be returning shortly.
Friday, April 11, 2008
Not $40 awesome, but pretty awesome.
Ryu, Chun-Li, and Guile can be seen here.
EDIT : Oops! I didn't know John had already posted about these guys over at Super Punch. I assume most of you check out Super Punch on a regular basis, so sorry if you're seeing this a second time.
Thursday, April 10, 2008
I don't mind telling you I have absolutely no confidence in Frank Miller.
I think Frank Miller's Will Eisner's The Spirit is going to be awful.
I will be absolutely delighted to be proven wrong and if it's not awful I will sing Miller's praises far and wide, but he does not get the benefit of the doubt and a "let's wait and see how it is before we start naysaying" attitude from me.
G.I. Joe gets the benefit of the doubt because that picture of Snake Eyes was awesome.
The pictures I've seen from the set of The Spirit fill me with nothing but dread.
How much dread? Sufficient dread to make me think the movie is going to be not only awful, but awfully ridiculous.
Prove me wrong, Frank.
Does anyone have the song "Man, It's So Loud In Here" by They Might Be Giants?
If so, would you like to send it to me?
I'd sure appreciate it.
I can't find my copy of the album ("Mink Car") anywhere, and that song has somehow disappeared from both my work computer and my home computer.
I'd just buy it off iTunes, but apparently that album is unavailable.. thank you very much, Apple.
Wednesday, April 09, 2008
Tuesday, April 08, 2008
Monday, April 07, 2008
While I've got Batmania induced posting fever, did you guys (and gals) see this variant cover Frank Quitely did for All Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder #10?
Now that's a book I'd buy even if it only came out once a year.
Oh, but I would want Grant Morrison to write it.. not Frank Miller.
Anyway, there's also a great interview with Mr. Quitely up at CBR.
The internet continues to be ablaze with talk both for and against this new Batman cartoon.
Comic and animation industry veteran, Mike Manley is a character designer on the show, and he's got words for the "babymen".
The Absorbascon weighs in on the matter as well as the matter of comics littered with corpses.
Newsarama has a full recap of Cartoon Network's recent event where they gave the advertising world the skinny on all their plans for the new season.
These plans include Jay Stephens' The Secret Saturdays.
Which looks awesome.
These plans also involve the new CGI Star Wars : Clone Wars cartoon as well as that Brave and the Bold cartoon that's got the internet in a tizzy.
PS I love Jay Stephens.