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Brian Wood And Riccardo Burchielli’s ‘DMZ’ TV Pilot In Development At SyFy


One more report can be added to the recent flurry of announced television adaptations of comic book properties: as revealed by Deadline, SyFy has ordered a pilot for an ongoing DMZ series, based on the Vertigo series created by Brian Wood and Riccardo BurchielliMad Men executive producers Andre and Maria Jacquemetton are said to be attached to the project, along with Gravity producer David Heyman.

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – June 6, 2012: Tonight None Of You Will Sleep Here


Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.

* From the people who brought you "X-Ships"
^ Sex panic
% Prosolar

Grant Morrison and Gene Ha open their three-part summer story with "Clark Kent Is Dead"--G...

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Link Ink: ‘Captain America’ Gets Canada-Themed Variant, A Batman T-Rex and ‘MAD Magazine’ Does Angry Birds


Conventions: Fan Expo Canada 2011 attendees will be able to get their hands on a new Dale Eaglesham variant cover for Captain America #1 featuring Canada's most prominent Marvel heroes sporting appropriately decorated shields...

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Link Ink: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Sequel Dated for 2014, The Aquabats’ TV Journey and Super Mario Swing Dancing


Movies: The Amazing Spider-Man's sequel has been dated for May 2, 2014. Sony's got some serious faith in their Webslinger reboot.

Webcomics: Doug TenNapel's Ratfist has wrapped at 150 online pages...

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – May 4, 2011: Bad People, Bat Boy and Brains


Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.

* Bring on the bad guys
^ Bring on the dancing horses
% Bring on the night
¢ Bring on the rain

This Paul Tobin/David Baldeon project was on and off the schedule, initially as Avengers Academy Annual, Spider-Girl Annual and Young Allies Annual, a three-part story called "Game On" in which they'd take on Arcade and Murderworld, then as a miniseries called Arcade: Death Game; it turned out the whole thing was just being telescoped into a $8 one-shot. Sou...

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‘Live From the DMZ’ Documents the Life of Brian Wood’s Vertigo Opus


From the day issue #1 went on sale in 2005, it was obvious that DMZ was going to become one of the great long form Vertigo series. Created by Brian Wood and illustrated primarily by Riccardo Burchielli, the story about a hapless news intern who found himself the voice of a modern civil war-ravaged American community and biographer of its infinitely diverse denizens has been compelling reading for fans and critics...

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – February 16, 2011: Finder Finder Finder Finder Finder


Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.

* Screamer in the brain
^ Paramilitary
% The teachers are afraid of the students
¢ Professional wallflower

Carla Speed McNeiiiiiil!!! Do I s...

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Don’t Ask! Just Buy It! – Feb. 10: Vertigo Anniversaries, Spider-Man Vs. Fishbowl-Head, and NZ Library Fantasies


Savage Critic and "Reading Comics" author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.


% Cartoonists appear as characters
^ There wouldn't happen to be a metaphor for Iraq or anything going on, would there...

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DMZ #50: Brian Wood on Writing 50 Issues in a War Zone


It's unusual for a war to becomes more popular the longer it rages on, but then again, Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli's "DMZ" has always been a little different. As the Vertigo series celebrates its fiftieth single issue this week, "DMZ" #50 hits stands bearing an expanded page count and the same solid storytelling and art that have kept it going strong since 2005...

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Google Maps of ‘DMZ,’ ‘Freakangels’


Novel fans have been mapping the real-life locations of their favorite fictional worlds for a while over at Atlas of Fiction, but it looks like comic book readers are finally starting to jump on the bandwagon with Google Maps of the important locales from the civil war-torn New York City of Brian Wood's "DMZ," and the Whitechapel, London setting for Warren Ellis' steampunk webcomic "Freakangels...

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