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INDIE MAN SAYS: BIONIC MAN #7
03/08/12 @ 3:31 pm EST
Source: Just About Comics | Categories: The Bionic Man | Comments (0) | E-mail Article | Add a Comment

Smith and Hester’s writing is entertaining overall, slower and more poignant when it is called for but upbeat and suspenseful when action is needed. They have, for me, a knack of keeping things on a very human level despite the subject matter. These two guys do ‘street level’ quite well.

The artwork is excellent no matter what is called for. Lau is an artistic technician of the type that I enjoy most. Clean crisp linework that is energetic and full of expression. Nunes adds just the right touches so that what is seen is understood but what we sense along the edges and in shadows adds to the overall feel and doesn’t become the headline.

I do recommend the book for those that appreciate solid storytelling and compelling art. You need not have foreknowledge of The Bionic Man to enjoy the offerings of Smith et al. For the full review: Just About Comics
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11-YEAR-OLD ARGUES FOR MORE FEMALE SUPERHEROES, AND DC AGREES
01/31/15 @ 3:41 am EST
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Cool item from CBR's Robot 6:

Eleven-year-old Rowan has the same complaint that a lot of fans do — that there simply aren’t enough comics, movies and toys featuring female superheroes. So she wrote a letter to DC Comics, saying, “Please do something about this. Girls read comics too and they care.”

Today, DC answered.

The letter, posted Wednesday this week on the blog of family friend David M. Perry, garnered a lot of attention on Twitter. “I love superheroes and have been reading comics and watching superhero cartoons and movies since I was very young,” Rowan writes. “I’m a girl, and I’m upset because there aren’t very many girl superheroes or movies and comics from DC.”

The post goes on to point out the disparity between the number of toys based on male heroes and those based on female heroes, not to mention the lack of a Wonder Woman television series. “Marvel Comics made a movie about a talking tree and raccoon awesome,” she notes, “but you haven’t made a movie with Wonder Woman.”

This afternoon, DC turned to Twitter to reply: “Thanks Rowan. We agree, we’re working hard to create more superhero fun for girls! Yes Rowan, girls read comics too! Wonder Woman movie & Supergirl TV both in the works, with more exciting girl power announcements soon!”

Nice to know kids still love comics!
SONY PICTURES PLANS COMIC BOOK ADAPTATION DESCENDER
01/31/15 @ 3:31 am EST
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From Coming Soon:

Sony Pictures Entertainment announced today that it acquired the feature film rights to Descender, the forthcoming comic book series from New York Times bestselling author Jeff Lemire and New York Times bestselling comic artist Dustin Nguyen.

A sprawling, science-fiction space opera full of mystery and adventure, Descender‘s first issue will be published by Image Comics on March 4th and promises a rip-roaring, heart-felt cosmic odyssey about a little boy looking for home in a universe that hates and fears him. The incredibly lifelike artificial boy, TIM-21, may hold the secrets deep in his machine DNA to the origin of robots that have decimated entire planets. As a result, he is the most-wanted robot in the universe. Before long the entire galaxy is looking for TIM-21 and his rag-tag group of unlikely companions, as they make their way from one exotic planet to the next with new foes advancing on them at every turn.

Josh Bratman will produce the film with Lemire and Nguyen attached to executive produce. Michael De Luca and Rachel O’Connor, meanwhile, will oversee the project for the studio.



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STEVE LIEBER RAISES THOUSANDS FOR HERO INITIATIVE AT WIZARD WORLD PORTLAND
01/31/15 @ 3:19 am EST
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From Bleeding Cool:There are many heroes in comic books. Mostly we see super heroes in the pages of comic books, sometimes every day heroes as well, but the heroes behind the scenes are truly rare.  There is also the Hero Initiative, a non-profit that in its own words “creates a financial safety net for comic creators who may need emergency medical aid, financial support for essentials of life, and an avenue back into paying work.” If you go to a comic convention, like the recently held Wizard World Portland on January 23rd – 25th, you would see many creators with clear buckets on their tables noting the creator ““will gladly sign your books” but all they ask for is a donation for the Hero Initiative. Creators from Kurt Busiek, to Arthur Suydam, to Christos Gage, these buckets and requests are mainstays at conventions now, and an important part of helping this great charity. However, Wizard World Portland’s true Hero Initiative hero was Steve Lieber.Lieber has been working in comic books since the early 1990’s and is noted for his work with Greg Rucka on Whiteout, as well as runs on Detective Comics and other Batman books, and having drawn, colored, inked, and written a wide variety of material. However, work with Matt Fraction on Hawkeye #7 is what has brought him more into the spotlight. “I just found out the other day for sure that it was that issue that got me noticed and recommended to be the artist on The Superior Foes of Spider-Man,” Lieber noted, talking to Bleeding Cool, and this has led to a partnership with writer Nick Spencer.Coming off of the end of The Superior Foes of Spider-Man they will work again on their new creator owned series from Image, The Fix
NO, PASTING OVER ANTI-ISLAM ADS WITH IMAGES OF ‘MS. MARVEL’ ISN’T FREE SPEECH
01/31/15 @ 3:09 am EST
Source: Washington Post | Categories: MIsc | Comments (0) | E-mail Article | Add a Comment


From the Washington Post:

A group that is sharply critical of Islam recently bought space for anti-Islam ads on San Francisco buses. San Francisco had a First Amendment obligation to allow such ads; as a court recently held, once a city opens up a bus advertising program, it may not reject such ads based on their anti-Islam viewpoint.

But earlier this week, some people pasted over parts of the ads with a picture of Ms. Marvel, a Muslim American superhero recently introduced by Marvel Entertainment, and with stickers bearing various messages, including “Free Speech Isn’t a License to Spread Hate.” Is this action itself constitutionally protected free speech, as some have suggested?

No — just as it wouldn’t be protected free speech to take a pro-religious-tolerance advertisement (or a mosque advertisement) and paste anti-Islam messages over it. People have no right to just attach their own messages to city vehicles. Indeed, attaching messages that write over lawfully purchased advertising messages likely qualifies as “[d]amag[ing]” another’s property, or as “[d]efac[ing]” it by “mark[ing]” over it. (Attaching stickers is considered “mark[ing]” property, and marking is considered defacing even if it’s easy to remove. The statute I cite requires that the defacing or damaging be done “maliciously,” but that would likely be understood here as simply requiring that the defacing or damaging was done intentionally, rather than by accident.)

Now a government entity could permit people to freely write things on certain government property, or attach things, even when it obscures what other people have written or attached. For instance, some universities have “free speech walls” that are designed for that; likewise, if chalking sidewalksis generally allowed, then overwriting someone else’s chalking with your own might be, too. But I highly doubt that San Francisco has opened up its buses for everyone to paste materials on. Instead, it has allowed people to buy advertising space, without letting others paste over that advertising space.

So the pasting over the ads is illegal. Moreover, the city has to treat this sort of defacement the same way it would treat defacement of other speech. If, for instance, the city has a practice of removing such material pasted over ads, and replacing the original ads that were legally paid for, then the city has to do the same here. Conversely, if the city decides to tolerate and not remove such pasted-on material — and its advertising contract lets it do so — then the city has to equally tolerate any anti-Islam material pasted over other ads in the future.“

[T]he fitting remedy for evil counsels is good ones,” Justice Brandeis wrote in Whitney v. California. But that means that people have to put up their good counsels in places where such counsels are legally allowed. It doesn’t mean that people can just overwrite other people’s messages — whether on private property or government property — that they see as “evil” with other messages that they see as “good.” And if San Francisco decides to tolerate such overwriting of ad space on its buses, it would have to do that in a viewpoint-neutral way.
DAN ABNETT’S ROCKET AND GROOT NOVEL CANCELLED IN PAPERBACK?
01/30/15 @ 7:28 pm EST
Source: Bleeding Cool | Categories: Guardians of the Galaxy | Comments (0) | E-mail Article | Add a Comment


Last summer saw the release of the first Guardians Of The Galaxy prose novel,Rocket Raccoon And Groot Steal The Galaxy by Dan Abnett, the writer who helped popularise the comic series in readiness for its movie adaptation.

But for those waiting for the paperback, bad news. Yesterday, Bleeding Cool reports, retailers were informed that it had been cancelled and would not be re-solicited.

Before, it seems, Dan Abnett was.

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VALIANT’S SOLD-OUT EPIC RETURNS WITH NEW PRINTINGS OF THE VALIANT #1 AND THE VALIANT #2 IN MARCH
01/30/15 @ 7:22 pm EST
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Valiant is proud to announce THE VALIANT #1 (of 4) and THE VALIANT #2 (of 4) – the first two chapters of the critically acclaimed four-issue epic from superstar creators Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, and Paolo Rivera – have once again sold out at the distributor level and will return to stores shelves with THE VALIANT #1 (of 4) THIRD PRINTING and THE VALIANT #2 (of 4) SECOND PRINTING onMarch 4th!

“Since day one, we knew that THE VALIANTwas going to be a special book with the potential to win over not only long-time Valiant fans, but new readers as well. We’re committed to publishing the best comics anywhere in the business today, and THE VALIANT epitomizes that to a tee,” said Valiant Publisher Fred Pierce. “The fantastic work of Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, and Paolo Rivera continues to amaze with each new issue. Whether this is your first Valiant comic or your hundredth, we dare you to try THE VALIANT and not come back for more.”

Jump on board the year’s most astonishing new adventure here as Bloodshot is drafted into the eons-old war against mankind’s oldest, darkest enemy! The Immortal Enemy has crawled out from the black depths of history to destroy this generation’s Geomancer and send Earth back to the Dark Ages! Now…the Eternal Warrior, Ninjak, and Kay McHenry must overcome their worst nightmares before the unlikeliest of white knights rides in to save the day. Will he be enough to battle back the unyielding evil that threatens to plunge the Valiant Universe into the darkness?

The first series to be released in the VALIANT PRESTIGE format, both of THE VALIANT‘s latest sold-out chapters come complete with deluxe matte-laminate card stock covers, custom-designed end sheets, and exclusive back matter curated by Matt Kindt and Paolo Rivera – all with no advertisements and a standard $3.99 cover price!

Go back to the beginning and discover a battle ten millennia in the making right here March 4th in THE VALIANT #1 (of 4) THIRD PRINTING and THE VALIANT #2 (of 4) SECOND PRINTING!



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AQUAMAN REUNITES WITH AQUA-MOM!
01/30/15 @ 7:16 pm EST
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In the latest story arc of our favorite sea king, Aquaman has been on an epic adventure trying to find his not-so-dead mother, Atlanna. Having come across her empty tomb while investigating the ruins of Atlantis, Aquaman and Mera discover that Atlanna must have disguised her death and escaped many years ago.

Their quest leads them to a monstrous encounter with Gorilla Grodd in AQUAMAN #37– the aftermath revealing a mysterious portal (the Maelstrom) in AQUAMAN #38.

Believing the Maelstrom will lead them to Atlanna, Aquaman and Mera enter the portal, bracing themselves for what they might find.

What they find is not quite the happy family reunion one might expect…

Welcoming the Super Heroes with a malicious death threat, see below as Aquaman and Mera finally come face-to-face with Atlanna!

AQUAMAN #38, written by Jeff Parker and illustrated by Paul Pelletier, is available in stores now.

READY, SET, FIGHT! ANNOUNCING SECRET WARS: BATTLEWORLD
01/30/15 @ 7:07 pm EST
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The battles in Secret Wars are so big, we had to launch an entirely new book just to contain them! This May, prepare for the big, bombastic action like you’ve never seen before in SECRET WARS: BATTLEWORLD #1 – a new 4-issue limited series of wall-to-wall action across the surface of Battleworld! Bursting with epic action, each issue ofSECRET WARS: BATTLEWORLD features two all-new high-octane stories ripped from the pages of the biggest event of the year!

“The weirder and more fun, the better” says series editor Jon Moisan of the tone of the series in an interview with Marvel.com. “You want to see the 1602 version of the Punisher fight the 2099 version of Iron Man? Muskets versus the 1990s version of the future! We can even have the same characters from different worlds fight. I’m sure readers have been dreaming of seeing a dozen different versions of Howard the Duck fight. Well, guess what? It’s completely possible in SECRET WARS: BATTLEWORLD!”

This issue – what happens when Dr. Strange possesses the Punisher? Meet the Sorcerer EXTREME! Only Spider-Man, Wolverine, the Hulk and Ghost Rider of this land can track this terrible two-in-one down. And things are going to get messy! Then, what happens when M.O.D.O.K. recruits every M.O.D.O.K. ever from across Battleworld for his evil scheme. I’ll give you a hint – F.I.G.H.T.!

Each issue – cover-to-cover action, pulse-pounding battles and can’t miss creators. You want action? Look no further than SECRET WARS: BATTLEWORLD #1 when it explodes in to comic shops and on to digital devices this May!

SECRET WARS: BATTLEWORLD #1 (of 4)Written by JOSH WILLIAMSON & ED BRISSONArt by MIKE HENDERSON & SCOTT HEPBURN Cover by PACO MEDINA Variant Cover by JAMES STOKOE Action Figure Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER Coming in May!



SHE’S BACK! YOUR FIRST LOOK INSIDE SPIDER-GWEN #1
01/30/15 @ 7:01 pm EST
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This February, Marvel's newest, sensational spider-woman is coming back to comic shops in the highly anticipated SPIDER-GWEN #1! Spinning directly out of the pages of the Amazing Spider-Man’s SPIDER-VERSE and the red-hot, sold-out Edge of Spider-Verse #2, is a new ongoing series that already has the whole comic industry buzzing! Jason Latour, Robbi Rodriguez and Rico Renzi all return to chronicle the adventures of the breakout character of 2014!

She's Gwen Stacy. She's smart, tough, and charming. She drums in a punk rock band and goes to high school just like you. Only she can lift a car and has spider powers! Just don't tell her father, NYPD Police Chief George Stacy! But you knew all that already! What you don't know is Gwen is back home following the events of Spider-Verse and you won't believe what she's got waiting for her!

"It's a rare character that gets the public outcry that Spider-Gwen got," says Senior Editor Nick Lowe. "From the sell-out of Gwen's first appearance to the groundswell on Twitter we're excited to bring more Spider-Gwen into the world with the creators who started it all!"

Now is your chance to get on board with the breakout character of the year as she makes her bombastic debut into her very own ongoing series. Don't miss out when Gwen Stacy swings in to comic shops this February in SPIDER-GWEN #1!

SPIDER-GWEN #1 (DEC140832)
Written by JASON LATOUR
Art & Cover by ROBBI RODRIGUEZ
Variant Covers by ADAM HUGHES (DEC140835), SKOTTIE YOUNG (DEC140834)
& KRIS ANKA (DEC140833)Blank Variant Also Available
FOC – 02/02/15, On Sale – 02/25/15
THREE THORS! THREE BLOCKBUSTER CREATIVE TEAMS! YOUR FIRST LOOK AT THOR ANNUAL #1
01/30/15 @ 2:49 pm EST
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This February, star-studded creators unite to bring you three thunderous stories that should not be missed in THOR ANNUAL #1! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look inside this highly anticipated issue featuring the can’t miss lineup of CM Punk, Rob Guillory, Noelle Stevenson, Marguerite Sauvage, Jason Aaron and Timothy Truman!

First, wrestling superstar CM Punk makes his comic writing debut alongside Chew artist Rob Guillory for a tale of the brash, boisterous young Thor and his attempt to beat the devil at his own game – by drinking him under the table!

Then, rising comic stars Noelle Stevenson (Lumberjanes) and Marguerite Sauvage (Sensational Comics) make their Marvel debuts to bring you an all-new tale of the new Thor! Who is the mysterious woman behind the mask? No one in all Ten Realms knows her secret, but the Warriors Three are determined to find out!

Finally, blockbuster Thor writer Jason Aaron and legendary artist Timothy Truman bring you an all-new tale set in the future starring King Thor! Join the Girls of Thunder on their epic quest to find their grandfather the perfect birthday present. How about a brand new Garden of Eden?

Three creative teams. Three Thors. One explosive annual. No fan can afford to miss the thunderous THOR ANNUAL #1 – on sale this February!

THOR ANNUAL #1 (DEC140896) Written by CM PUNK, NOELLE STEVENSON & JASON AARON
Art by ROB GUILLORY, MARGUERITE SAUVAGE & TIMOTHY TRUMAN Cover by RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE
Variant Covers by ROB GUILLORY (DEC140897) & MARGUERITE SAUVAGE (DEC140898)
FOC – 02/02/15, On Sale – 02/25/15



 
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Updated: 01/31/15 @ 3:41 am

1. 11-YEAR-OLD ARGUES FOR MORE FEMALE SUPERHEROES, AND DC AGREES

2. SONY PICTURES PLANS COMIC BOOK ADAPTATION DESCENDER

3. STEVE LIEBER RAISES THOUSANDS FOR HERO INITIATIVE AT WIZARD WORLD PORTLAND

4. NO, PASTING OVER ANTI-ISLAM ADS WITH IMAGES OF ‘MS. MARVEL’ ISN’T FREE SPEECH

5. DAN ABNETT’S ROCKET AND GROOT NOVEL CANCELLED IN PAPERBACK?

 

Latest News
Updated: 01/31/15 @ 3:41 am

1. 11-YEAR-OLD ARGUES FOR MORE FEMALE SUPERHEROES, AND DC AGREES

2. SONY PICTURES PLANS COMIC BOOK ADAPTATION DESCENDER

3. STEVE LIEBER RAISES THOUSANDS FOR HERO INITIATIVE AT WIZARD WORLD PORTLAND

4. NO, PASTING OVER ANTI-ISLAM ADS WITH IMAGES OF ‘MS. MARVEL’ ISN’T FREE SPEECH

5. DAN ABNETT’S ROCKET AND GROOT NOVEL CANCELLED IN PAPERBACK?



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