This week sees the release of Vertigo's Strange Adventures anthology, featuring eight eight-page standalone sci-fi stories by creators like Paul Cornell, Peter Milligan and Jeff Lemire, plus an eight-page prelude to the next creator-owned opus by the 100 Bullets team of Brian Azzarello/Eduardo Risso, Spaceman, scheduled to start this fall. If you like sci-fi brain-teaser short stories by a murderer's row of creators old and new alike, this is a solid $8 investment. We've got several teaser pages and a table of contents for the included stories.While Strange Adventures is a mixed bag -- as anthologies tend to be -- the highs are high, and the art is superb thr
Vertigo released this week the Paul Pope-illustrated cover of Strange Adventures #1, the mature readers revival of DC Comics' venerable science fiction anthology. A one-shot going on sale later this year, Strange Adventur
As the first film to introduce my 8 year-old self to the hilarity that was a T-Rex eating a dude on a toilet, Steven Spielberg's "Jurassic Park" (yeah, yeah, based on the novel by Michael Crichton) holds a very special place in my heart
It's pretty common knowledge that as an artist drafts and redrafts on the way to a final product, certain images are bound to be left on the cutting room floor, so to speak. When the artist is Paul Pope and the final product is 2007's Eisner Award-winning "Batman 100," however, it's common knowledge that you really, really want to see it
"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 video that's taking the internet by storm: a "Green Lantern" fan-made film trailer is nothing short of incredible, with "Firefly"'s Nathan Fillion as Hal Jordan.
-- Hey, New Yorkers! This Thursday, May 28 is "Carousel," an event brimming with cartoon slideshows, artists, performers, and graphic no
Ever since DC announced its ambitious Wednesday Comics project --a 16-page, weekly newspaper-style collection a la the Sunday comics section -- we've been watching for updates and previews, and we have not been disappointed.
Now, artist Paul Pope has linked to a page of his upcoming Adam Strange Wednesday comic cal
Danish cartoonists help celebrate Batman's 70th birthday, despite the whole "Batman being dead" thing. (via Comics Reporter)
Fantasy author George R. R. Martin joins Devil's Due Publishing and Marvel in no longer being able to deal with the Dabel Brothers. (