We Do Need A DC Universe Lego Game

Bitmob and GamesBeat’s Jasmine Maleficent Rea rocks the comics knowledge hardcore in this plea for Traveler’s Tales Games to actually create a DC Universe-themed game. How hot would that be?

Check it out: http://comicsareevil.com/CJo

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Sara Picheli (Ultimate Spider-Man) On Making Comics

The artist who draws Ultimate Spider-Man (!!) talks about her process and back story.

Sara Pichelli Says Hello at NYCC 2011 from The Comic Archive on Vimeo.

Via The Mary Sue

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NAWLZ Interactive Comic hits the iPad

This? This looks amazing:

Nawlz Interactive Comic for Ipad from NAWLZ on Vimeo.

NAWLZ is an award winning interactive web comic that is as dense as it is futuristic and cool looking. IT’s coming to our favorite new comics consumption platform – the iPad. Make sure you check out the website; it’s full of super hyper real sf dystopia fun.

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Pilot Season from Image and Top Cow Promotes Fan-Voted New Comics

The rules to PILOT SEASON are simple. Each competing team gets a one-shot “pilot issue” comic book to win over fans. When all the books have been released in direct market stores and digital partners, the fans take control and vote on their favorite series. The winner of Pilot Season gets the green light to produce a series to be released at a later date through Top Cow Productions.


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New DC Universe Reboot Critiqued on Wired

And well done, Scott Thill:

Meanwhile, Wonder Woman, whose last costume change featured long pants and a ridiculous leather jacket, wears even less clothes along with her new insignia choker, which is not only patently ludicrous but really unnecessary.

If DC Comics thinks it’s going to win over fanboys aroused by Wonder Woman’s incredibly shrinking costume, we have an insanely easily obtainable universe of online porn to show the publisher. Put some clothes on Wonder Woman — it’s not hard, pun intended.

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Roger Ebert and Captain America

It’s a good sign that Roger Ebert likes Captain America…not that his opinion is the only one that matters, but it’s one I respect (in spite of his good review of Sky Captain once upon a time). Hopefully, this indicates a turnaround for comic book movies, most of which have not fared well critically this summer.

So, are you excited about seeing the good Captain wage war against the Nazis? Or, are you burned out from one too many superhero films this summer season?  Leave a comment and let us know.

Oh – and read Ebert’s review when you get a chance….

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Are These Truly the BEST Mini-Series and One Shots of 2011?

There are certainly some interesting choices here – and some books, quite honestly, that I haven’t read yet, which is a very good thing – but does anyone else notice a preponderance of Marvel stuff?  I mean, I kind of gave up on X-Men minis and story runs years ago. Have I really been missing out?  How many books with Wolverine on the cover do we need?

Fortunately, Splash Page’s list is balanced a bit by its inclusion of Knight and Squire and Locke & Key, but what else SHOULD have made this list (and what SHOULD definitely be removed)?  We want to know!

The 25 Best Mini-Series and One-Shots of 2011 (So Far)

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DC Comics Universe Reboot – Brings Simultaneous Digital and Print Release

In a move that should surprise no one, DC Comics has decided, once again, to reboot their whole entire universe. They’re focusing on 52 books, all of them going back to number one. According to Comic Book Resources, titles will include:

  • A new title starring Superman written by Grant Morrison.
  • Teen Titans #1
  • Justice Society of America #1
  • Wonder Woman #1
  • Green Lantern #1
  • Hawkman #1.
  • Aquaman #1

What caught our eye, really, was this bit over on Escapist Magazine:

Justice League #1 will also mark the further entry of comic books into the digital age. Though digital comic books are becoming more common, neither DC nor Marvel have begun to release digital versions of all their books alongside the print versions day-and-date. Starting with Justice League #1, all 52 titles featured in the reboot will be released both digitally and physically on the same day.

We have just one thing to say to this venerable comic publisher: It’s about damn time.

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Monday? Must be Marvel.

Check out comiXology’s Marvel Monday Half off sale below. Catch up on your X-Factor reading, yeah?


X-Factor #1
X-Factor #2
X-Factor #3
X-Factor #4
X-Factor #5
X-Factor #6
X-Factor #7
X-Factor #8
X-Factor #9
X-Factor #10
X-Factor #11
X-Factor #12

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ComiXology Digital Comics This Week!

This week, ComiXolgy has a ton of new digital comics to buy. Check it out:

Formic Wars: Burning Earth #5 (of 7)
The Sixth Gun #1
Elephantmen: Man and Elephantman #1
Irredeemable #24
Red Sonja #39
FCBD 2011 Super Dinosaur Origin Special #1
FCBD 2011 Atomic Robo & Friends
Elephantmen #30
Secret Invasion: Thor #1 (of 3)
The Darkness: Four Horsemen #1 (of 4)
Punisher #1
Cheryl Blossom: Get a Job #1 (of 3)
FCBD 2011 Misadventures of Adam West #1
Grimm Fairy Tales #24
Sigil #1 (of 4)
Oz: The Manga #6
Philosopher Rex
Dark Tower: Treachery #1 (of 6)
Walter Koenig’s: Things to Come
Amazing Spider-Man #630
Savage Dragon #15
Valentine (English) #10
The Green Hornet Strikes #6
X-Men vs. Agents of Atlas #1 (of 2)
FCBD 2011 Pixies
Archie #501
Buck Rogers #11
Wolverine: Weapon X #6
Madame Mirage #5
Hawkeye: Blind Spot #3 (of 4)
FCBD 2011 Deadliest Sharks & Prehistoric Predators
Back To Brooklyn #4 (of 5)
Jughead #162
FCBD 2011 Endangered Preview
Ultimate Fantastic Four #54
FCBD 2011 The Intrepid Escapegoat
Tellos #7
Archie & Friends #95
Tales from the Clockwork Empire #1
The Mission #3
Savage Beauty #1
Sinbad #12
The Stuff of Legend: The Jungle Vol. 2 #4 (of 4)
Charmed #6

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