Industry: Ken Sasaki, former Senior Vice President and General M
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TV: BBC America has posted the first official photo of actress Jenna-Louise Coleman in her role as the next (but still unnamed) Doctor Who companion set to debut this Christmas. From what I can tell, she seems to like sweaters.
Museums: The Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco will host an exhibit of rare MAD Magazine art from
The DC Universe, its heroes and their costumes apparently weren't the only things that DC Entertainment had in the works for a reboot over the past several months -- the DC Comics website has also gotten
In all the excitement surrounding Before Watchmen, we'd completely forgotten that DC Comics had already published a new Watchmen comic by creators other than Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. It was called Botchmen, and it happened all the way back in
DVD: All 33 episodes of Bob Newhart's 1992 sitcom, Bob, about a Golden Age comic book artist's reluctant '90s resurgence will be collected on DVD in April.
Movies: P.J. Hogan has signed on to direct an unspecified style of fea
Movies: Empire Magazine's 2012 Summer Movie preview has new shots of Judge Dredd, The Amazing Spider-Man and The Hobbit in action.
Creators: Sam Humphries, Ramon Perez and cover artist Julian Totino Tedesco are teaming for John Ca
Comics artist Al Jaffee, a.k.a. the creator of the Mad magazine fold-in, recently brought his "Snappy Answers to Stupid Questions" segment to a live audience with the help of Jeff Newelt of Heeb magazine. The video, recorded at Joe's Pub in
Upcoming: CBR has a preview of MAD Magazine #513, which will include a "Sheen Lantern" parody.
Legal: The Dominion Post reports that New Zealand's Superloans company has won a lawsuit filed against them by DC Comics for using a superhero mascott called Buck bearing what they considered had striking similarities to Superman.
Creators: Comic journalist Susie Cagle will not be charged for being present at a raid following her arrest l
The rival spooks of MAD's Spy vs. Spy have been blowing each other up for decades in their trademark cartoony style, but what if DC Co-Publisher and artist Jim Lee were to redesign the murderous duo in his iconic superhero aesthetic? Wonder no further, because he already has. And to go one better, he even recently designed his own fig