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Talk of an adaptation of cartoonist Peter Bagge's graphic novel Apocalypse Nerd has been going on for years, but the team that's been trying to bring it to the screen may be one step closer to getting there.
Production company Independent Content has launched a Kickstarter to raise £88,736 (roughly $142, 750 USD) for the project. If all goes to plan, writer/director Tupaq Felber could start shooting as early as this year, the Kickstarter description says. Check out the video for the project after the jump.
Via The Comics Reporter, Fantagraphics has announced three notable collections coming in 2014: The Complete Eightball, collecting Daniel Clowes' celebrated series, a new baseball themed Peanuts book, and the latest volume of Peter Bagge's Buddy Bradley comics.
It's been a big week for Little Nemo. Following the announcement that IDW would be publishing new stories of Winsor McCay's classic creation, Locust Moon Comics, a retailer/publisher, has revealed plans for a Little Nemo anthology. Titled Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream, the title will feature contributions from an extremely impressive list of creators, including Bill Sienkiewicz, Becky Cloonan, Neal Adams, Paul Pope, Brandon Graham, Roger Langridge, Peter Bagge, Farel Dalrymple, J.G. Jones, Chrissie Zullo, Mark Buckingham, Jim Rugg, David Petersen, and many more. Locust Moon has released a few early pages from the project, which you can check out after the cut.
In the classic horror anthology originally published by Jim Warren and edited by Archie Goodwin, Creepy's tales of terror were always introduced by the grotesque Uncle Creepy, a kind of ghoulish master of ceremonies who became a beloved character in his own right. One of the changes that
Following up on his and brother Mario's sexy future-noir graphic novel Citizen Rex, Gilbert Hernández is back with his latest vision of the dark days ahead: Fatima: The Blood Spinners. The four-issue miniseries stars a beautiful and deadly wo
It's going to be a lovely July, when Dark Horse beautifies new comics racks with illustrations by such auspicious artists as Peter Bagge (Reset #4), Massimo Carnevale (Conan the Barbarian #6), Gilbert Hernandez (Fatima: The Blood Spinners #2), Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT), and J.P. Leon and Rafael Grampá (The Massive #2). Naturally there are some great comics behind the images, including some by Brian Woo
Digital Comics: If you like a good (or very sad) superhero crisis, you can check out Andrew Drilon's Supermaker right now at Top Shelf 2.0.
Art: Dark Horse gives a look at Tom Morello and artist Scott Hepburn's process for creating pages from their upcoming Orchid series.
Lego: Rebrickable is a site that can tell you what official
Animation: According to Comics Continuum, frequent Spider-Man voice actor Josh Keaton will voice Hal Jordan in Cartoon Network's upcoming Green Lantern: The Animated Series.
Industry: Diamond has