Monthly Archives: August 2013
Comic Con just posted the photos for the entrants in the 2013 Masquerade Ball. You can find them online here.
The annual SDCC Masquerade Ball is where the coplayers bring out the big guns (sometimes literally). For my money, though, here’s the best costume of them all.
Nova Prime is pretty awesome as well:
So, back to the business of San Diego Comic Con recaps. Friday was Hall H day for me. And if that doesn’t strike fear into your heart and get your adrenaline pumping, you’ve never been to San Diego Comic Con. Since Friday was Hall H day, that meant I needed to get out of bed around 3:30 am. Read the rest of this entry
Casual Comic Review – Collider #1
Man… I don’t even know where to start with this one. I saw a post on the AV Club about DC’s reinvigoration of the “Vertigo” “imprint”. (“Imprint”? Really?) I thought I would check it out. Get in on the ground floor, as it were. So, how did they do? Read the rest of this entry
After slogging through some mythology-rich issues of Marvel Comics, I finally tripped across a Marvel title suitable for casual comics fans and even non-superhero comic readers. You don’t need to know much about Hawkeye, or his history, to love this title. A second viewing of the recent Avengers movie is over-preparation. Read the rest of this entry
I’ve always had a weak spot for this duo. I have no clue what is going on in the Marvel Universe today, but the Vision and the Scarlet Witch are my all-time favorite characters. Both are outsiders Read the rest of this entry
So, you never know what you’ll find when you walk the floor at Comic Con. Earlier this month, I wrote an extensive post about what’s right about SDCC. One of the criticisms about the show is that comic books are “marginalized” at San Diego Comic Con. If that’s true, how did I ever find “Love and Capes”? Read the rest of this entry
Like I haven’t done enough self-promotion here. Sorry, folks. But, this is amazing.
I’m working with a super-talented artist here in Omaha on our first comic book, “Into the Void”.
They say “a picture is worth a thousand words”. Well, when I saw Jim’s character designs, millions of words and hundreds of stories sprang to mind. Check it out.
I finished the first script a few weeks back, and Jim’s in the process of completing the artwork and pages. We started a blog to track the progress. You can check in on the character art, bios, and the ongoing saga of two Omaha comic fans in the process of creating their very first comic at http://itvcomic.blogspot.com/
The real world is colliding head-on with the Marvel Universe. You should really hear this podcast on “Mutant Rights”. Read the rest of this entry