ComicsAlliance Week in Review: January 22-28
Did you hear about DC Entertainments "We Can Be Heroes" campaign to raise funds for humanitarian efforts in Africa? Or Chip Zdarsky's pitch to DC for a Watchmen 2? Well what about Achewood cartoonist Chris Onstad's new job? If not, then chances are you might have missed a day here at ComicsAlliance. But don't fret; we've got our new weekly wrap-up of the week in CA coverage here for you, right after the jump.
-Rob Liefeld tweeted that his high-profile collaboration with writer Robert Kirkman, The Infinite, was "over" due to that great bane of creative teams of various media, "creative differences"
-Outgoing Static Shock co-writer John Rozum explained the circumstances of his work on the book, his departure from it and why the fact that it was so awful wasn't his fault
-Adam Hughes updated fans on the state of his All-Star Wonder Woman project: It's not dead, just in a coma
-Oni Press got a new logo, and Dylan Todd analyzed it for us
-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #6
-Aaron Colter on a comic we loved, Jim Henson's Tale of Sand
-Chris Sims on why the current incarnation of the Scooby-Doo cartoon, Mystery Incorporated, is the best Scooby-Doo ever
-John Parker on the 15 best free comics on the Kindle Fire
-Here's the trailer for the new Dr. Who: The Eternity Clock game
-Here's a screen shot from the new Amazing Spider-Man game, based on the upcoming move
-We got a look at the Lego Avengers, Lego Middle Earthlings and some Lego monsters
-DC Direct revealed their "New 52" Justice League action figures
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