Crime: Police arrested a 33-year-old man after he allegedly attacked shoppers at a Portland, Ore. Toys 'R' Us with a blue lightsaber toy. The dude apparently resisted arrest and managed to deflect a taser cable before getting tackled and taken to a hospital for a mental evaluation. I'm glad nobody
Movies: You may have known all about how George Lucas financed Red Tails, a movie out in January about WWII's Tuskegee Airmen, but did you know Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder co-wrote it? Nice.
Industry: Wizard has hired Kevi
Movies: IGN's got new Thor poster/banner images showing off the film's cast in some moody lighting.
Art: Ben Morse breaks down every fallen friend/foe of Peter Parker's who appeared in Amazing Spider-Man #655 by Dan Slott and Marcos Martin. It's pretty intense.
Digital: The first issue of the digital
Here at ComicsAlliance, we try to do our best to not be the kind of news outlet that just runs press releases, but occasionally, we come across something we feel our readers need to know about.
Such is the case with a press releas that arrived in my inbox last night, courtesy of Wizard Entertainment CEO Gareb Shamus. I hadn't gotten one from th
Wizard World Chicago took place over the weekend -- or as it is now called, "Wizard World Chicago Comic Con." Wizard founder Gareb Shamus recently affixed "Comic Con" to the names of Wizard's shows, presumably to cash in on the name and visibility of larger, more popular events like the massive San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic-Con. It's a business move, but a dist
"We're pulling out all the stops," said Chad Fuller, the creative force behind Blood and War, the Wizard World Exclusive Zen comic-book that debuts at Wizard World Chicago.
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