awyeahavatar: The Last Airbender: The Legend Of Korra (Official Trailer)
ladiesmakingcomics: Newsarama talks to some of the main ladies behind Womanthology, including Renae De Liz, Ma’at Crook, Laura Morley, Kimberly De Liz, Joamette Gil, Jody Houser, and Jenna Busch. (Warning: Will autoplay on front page— reblog at your own risk!)
Order of Tales Kickstarter
evandahm: I started a Kickstarter project for the Order of Tales book a few days ago, and forgot to mention it here! It’s about halfway funded already, which is VERY EXCITING. There will be 2,000 books and it will cost around 12,000 dollars. There’s an awkward video you can watch at the link for more details. Thanks so much for supporting the book and helping me spread the word! You are all...
Paperkeg West #8
paperkeg: On this newest episode, we talk about the madness that is Frank Miller, some Kindle Fire talk. Then we get into some comic talk, including Darkwing Duck, Judge Dredd Mega City Masters, and John Bryne’s Cold War. Then we get into Lightning Round, Trades of the Week and letters. Send your letters into West@paperkeg.com Get us at iTunes or direct download here
DC Women Kicking Ass: It's Charles Schulz's... →
dcwomenkickingass: Today November 26, 2011 would have been the 89th birthday of Charles Schulz, the creator of Peanuts. I read Peanuts incessantly growing up and just loved it. And I recently bought the the first issue of the new Boom ongoing. And while I am about to let loose with an assortment of Peanut’s…
brain-food: “Le Petit Dragon” by Bruno Collet THE GHOST OF BRUCE LEE IS REBORN! Except it is in the form of a toy figurine. Please take 8 minutes out of your morning and watch this silly, greatly accomplished stop motion film. Especially if you are a Bruce Lee fan. The combination alone is a dream to me. It played on the 2009 festival circuit, the film has been denied its rightful place in...
DC Women Kicking Ass: Happy Birthday, Noel Neill! →
dcwomenkickingass: Today is Noel Neill’s 91st birthday. Neill played Lois Lane in the movies and later television. She also appeared in Superman: The Movie as the mother of a young Lois Lane. Until the Superman movie came along in 1978, she was the live action Lois for most fans (although Phyllis Coates who…
What I am thankful for in comics this year
dcwomenkickingass: Tomorrow is the day when the people of my country stuff themselves with pie, watch football, and give thanks. Last year I did a list of comic “Turkeys” and a list of things I was thankful for in the world of comics. This year in the spirit of the season I decided to pass on enumerating the jaw droppingly bad stuff and focus on the good things. For the most part. Here is an...
DC Women Kicking Ass: New 52 has its first... →
dcwomenkickingass: Will the Batbooks soon have their first post reboot cross-over event? Maybe. According to the Source today, the current “Court of Owls” storyline in Batman will also impact other Batbooks: And over in the BATMAN titles, the aforementioned and prolific Mr. Scott Snyder has crafted a tale…
Make Believers #9: Blackout Shades →
mingdoyle: Join me as I interview Alexa Rose in this special, in-depth look at the best musical Batman project EVERRR! ♪ Listen to and/or purchase Alexa and Mark’s Batman-inspired album, Blackout Shades, at the Maiden Names’ Bandcamp! ♪ Watch the Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow music video, directed by Neil Cicierega, at www.yoursuffering.com