Profile

Cover photo
100 followers|46,912 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos

Stream

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
Review: SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR Misses Its Target but Looks Sexy
The long-awaited sequel to Frank Miller (300) and Robert Rodriguez' (From Dusk Till Dawn) Sin City might miss its target, but not without looking sexy doing so. Faithfully realized, the directing duo once again paints the cinematic town in digitally rendered white, black and blood-soaked red.
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
Do the Work and Don't Get Hurt: An INTERVIEW with Farel Dalrymple
Farel Dalrymple challenges his readers. Think less esoteric snore-fest or stuffy exegesis and more … a dare. Dalrymple asks: can you keep up? If you can't or 'would prefer not to,' Dalrymple is down with that too. We all make choices. If The Wrenchies blows back your hair (or not), ...
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
Immelmann from Ballerina Mafia: Interview
#BallerinaMafia  
In a hilarious gag comic, stars its own creator as a talking wolfrabbit soon turned into a velociraptor that gets into a silly real-life antics and a little drama with his fellow animal cast that is comprised of real people he knows which can all be found in Ballerina Mafia.
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
Sweet Christmas! THE CREATION OF LUKE CAGE, HERO FOR HIRE -- Jason tells about the creation of one of Marvel's most beloved and odd characters
A column article, Classic Comics Cavalcade by: Jason Sacks. Editor's note: This article is an excerpt from the forthcoming The American Comic Book Chronicles: the 1970s, released August 27, 2014 by TwoMorrows. Copies are available via Amazon or via TwoMorrows' website.
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
4.5 star Review -- MAGNUS ROBOT FIGHTER: VOLUME 3 from Dark Horse Comics
I cannot guarantee how objective I'll be with this review. For starters, Russ Manning's classic Magnus character was rolled out in the Silver Age, my very favorite comic book era. Secondly, I've loved robots since I read "Andy Buckram's Tin Men" in my elementary school library back in 19(mumble) ...
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
INTERVIEW -- Matt Kindt on the really awesome life of working for Valiant Comics
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
4 star ADVANCE REVIEW -- C.O.W.L. #4
Of all the major types of narrative conflict that are taught in English classrooms, “Person vs. Society” may have the most potential for depth and complexity. Yet stories that feature people combating the systems and constructs of society typically seem to lack nuance.
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
J Torres, writer of Teen Titans and newest collaboration True Patriot, talks with us!
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
In part two of this wonderful interview, the great AL PLASTINO talks about his work on Superman.
Concluding the wonderful interview we began last week with the great Al Plastino. Bryan Stroud: Did you have a favorite person who was a scripter for you? Al Plastino: Jack Schiff was the early editor at Superman. I don't know if he's still alive. He was very nice.
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
4 star Review: TUROK: DINOSAUR HUNTER by Greg Pak and Dynamite Entertainment Presents a Vibrant World with an Intersting Cast
As a kid, I loved to go camping. As a family we'd stop along the way to fuel up and my parents would let me get treats and comics for the trip. I'd pick up books with characters I liked or ones that had cool covers. One book that I always grabbed if I saw it was Gold Key's Turok, Son of Stone.
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
MUST READ: Chase Magnett on the Yale Stewart controversy and harassment in the comics industry. "How can we expect women to speak up when men show so little support to those who do so?"
1
Add a comment...

Comics Bulletin

Shared publicly  - 
 
140 Character Reviews 8/20/2014 I want to be, under the sea in an Aaron Meyer's (comic) garden. Because he's got them all!
140 Character Reviews 8/20/2014 I want to be, under the sea in an Aaron Meyer's (comic) garden. Becauses he's got them all! A comic review article by: Aaron Meyers and His Amazing Review Crew. Happy New Comic Book Day Everyone! pic.twitter.com/nJIclBvIHm. — Aaron Meyers (@AaronMeyers) August 20, ...
1
Add a comment...
Story
Tagline
The Rachael Leigh Cook of the Comics/Film/TV/Games Internet
Contact Information
Contact info
Email