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‘Unshelved’ Recommends Darwyn Cooke’s ‘Parker: The Hunter’


For the uninitiated, Bill Barnes and Gene Ambaum's "Unshelved" is a daily Webcomic that follows the trials and tribulations of an underpaid and overworked public library staff. It's a quality read for anyone with a sense of humor, but the issues it addresses are aimed primarily at library staff and library users (both categories being very close to my heart having spent many, many years working in a library)...

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Rec Room: ‘Mad Men’ & ‘Parker: The Hunter’


The Rec Room: Where ComicsAlliance's Brendan McGuirk uses the stuff you already love to suggest the comics that you will.

If you like "Mad Men," then try "Parker: The Hunter."

Both the AMC television series and Darwyn Cooke's comic adaptation of the Richard Stark crime novels are highly stylized portrayals of 1960's New York City where men are men, women are foxy and submissive, and the world is waiting to be conquered by those up to the task...

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‘Justice League: The New Frontier’ DVD Available February 26, 2008


Press Release

BURBANK, CA, (November 27, 2007) ­ Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner
Bros. Animation are set to release the all-new original movie Justice
League: The New Frontier on February 26, 2008 on DVD, HD DVD and Blu-ray
Disc, distributed by Warner Home Video. Or...

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Content Update for Superman Confidential Issues


Press Release

Originally scheduled to appear in SUPERMAN CONFINDENTIAL #6 (MAY070149), the final chapter of the story "Kryptonite," written by Darwyn Cooke and illustrated by Tim Sale, will be rescheduled to appear in a future issue of SUPERMAN CONFIDENTIAL


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Cooke, Bone Lose The Spirit


During today's interesting old school Q&A exchange between fans, J. Bone and Darwyn Cooke revealed they'll be leaving The Spirit with issue 12. The end came as a result of Bone being unavailable for a second year (a graphic novel from Bone in the works) and Cooke's desire not to want to work without "his team" on the book, and I can't really blame him for that.



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