With so many outsiders entering the world of comic books, it's nice to see a gutsy entrance into the medium. Following the success of her NASCAR themed "Metro Girl" and "Motor Mouth" novels, Janet Evanovich is taking her Alex Barnaby series from mystery novel to graphic novel through Dark Horse Comics,
Marvel's got a new hero in town, and he's a real company man. At the publisher's "Cup 'O Joe" panel today, it was revealed that Mick Anglo's 1954 creation Marvelman (a United Kingdom creation printed as "Miracleman" in the United States) has been acquired by the company after years of legal limbo and Marvel is ready to welcome the magic hero into their main universe
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Look for Chris Daughtry and Megan Fox sightings. Plus, Peter Jackson has trimmed down this year.
"Heavy Liquid" artist Paul Pope -- who's also contributing an "Adam Strange" strip to "Wednesday Comics" -- sat down with io9's Graeme McMilliam for an inside glimpse at his work not only on the comics page but the DJ booth, where he's been playing parties after connecting with the Eclectic Method remix trio. Pope describes his sets as "a shot in the nuts from a laser in the Cantina bar."
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The Booster Gold Fan Club has revealed #1 fan of the futuristic hero: Blair Butler. The lovely "Fresh Ink" host, who covers comics for the G4 network, will grace the cover of the upcoming "Booster Gold" #23 while sporting a Booster Gold Fan club t-shirt.
Blair announced the cover during her live G4 coverage of Comic-Con, and
It's easy enough to whine about the crowds or the lines or the food, etc., at Comic-Con International. But it's organizers certainly got the press room right.
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