Art: Texas-based artist Mondo pays tribute to director Guillermo Del Torro with a heaping helping of tribute poster goodness.
Submissions: If you've ever wanted to get your work published at Dark Horse Comics, you'd do well to read submissions editor John Schork's supplemental guide to the do's and don'ts.
Industry: Mark Chiarello has been named VP Art Direction & Design at DC Comics and will, "oversee
Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson's Beasts of Burden is one of those books that could easily slip under your radar, despite the pedigree of the creators involved. I missed out on it until the fantastic hardcover of their first miniseries dropped, and now I'm hooked. If you want to give it a
History: Did you know Clint Eastwood turned down a possible chance to play Superman? Also, dude digs Namor. Maybe he played both roles on Earth 57?
Artists: Tom Spurgeon remembers the late Cuban cartoonist Tomas Rafael Rodriguez Zayas.
Hollywood: Has the plot for a "Ghost Rider
When I was talking about the upcoming "Thor" game last week, I got around the lack of screenshots by whipping up my idealized 8-bit game for the God of Thunder. And that got me thinking: What if they had converted my other favorite comics into 8-bit NES games -- or, in the case of Batman and the X-Men, what if the games they were in were actually good? So today, I'm playing with power as I imagine what a few great comics might look like if they had their roots in the 8-Bit Games of the NES era!
Ghost Rider x Excitebike
Batman: Knightfall x Super Mario
Cerebus x Legend of Zelda
Lex Luthor's Punch-Out!! (Featuring Superman)
Thor x Mega Man
Watchmen x Super Mario 3
Archie & Jughead's Burger Time
Uncanny X-Men x Final Fantasy
Hellboy x Castlevania
The Punisher x River City Ransom
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It's been about 21 years since I've been this excited about a single page of comics, but Dan McDaid's one-page Wild West team-up with Hellboy and Ghost Rider is the best thing I've seen all day:
Sadly, it's not an official project. McDaid --
The final chapter of Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo's Hellboy arc may be concluding beginning with "Hellboy: The Storm" #1, but the "Darkness Calls" and "Wild Hunt" team clearly aren't going out with a whimper. Joined by colorist Dave Stewart, the trio are set to explore what happens when some his