Here's a lovely way to say farewell to this horrible month of relentless Twilighting: "The Book Job," a recent episode of The Simpsons that features bestselling The Sandman writer Neil Gaiman in a supporting role. First broadcast on November 20, the story finds Gaiman recruited by
Upcoming: King City creator Brandon Graham's The Speaker will debut in Dark Horse Presents #7 this December.
Actors: According to the Guinness Book of World Records Ultimate Nick Fury, I mean Mace Windu, I mean Samuel L. Jackson is the highest-grossing actor of all time. He's made Batman mon
TV: AMC will debut all six episodes of its The Walking Dead webseries about "Bicycle Girl" Hannah on October 3.
Movies: The same team that wrote Wanted has turned in a script for Wanted 2. Curve the bullet, y'all!
Manga: Shaman King will return in the Novemb
For the past few years, Burger King has been loading up their Kids' Meals with tiny plastic toys representing the annual Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror" episodes -- the only Halloween specials good enough to air after Halloween. Thanks a lot, baseball. Anyway, this ye
Bart Simpson was a pretty edgy cat when The Simpsons debuted in 1989, what with his skateboarding, slingshotting and his "Eat my shorts!" yelling. Bart's boarding may not afford him as much "bad boy" cred in a 2011 where your grandparents know who guys like Tony Hawk and Shaun White are, but it's still pretty thrilling to see Santa Cruz Skateboards fully
Nina Matsumoto is far from unknown in the world of comics. Her manga-style "The Simpsons" masterpiece put on the map for a lot of people, and she periodically pencils stories in Bongo's official Simpsons series. Her efforts there even netted her an Eisner back in 2009. You're missing out on her full range of art powers if you haven't seen the Calvin and Hobbes, Futurama a