March 26, 2010
Random Comics News Story Round-Up
* there's a really nice post here
from Tim Hensley about a gig facilitating something close to the original Black Blizzard
's a giant, permanent resource-style list of graphic novels with female protagonist being whipped together by an all-star line-up of Internet writer-about-comics regulars.
* today's loaded selection of birthday includes Alvin Buenaventura
and Greg McElhatton
. I can't do a birthday greeting post for Alvin because I have no idea how old he is and I can't do one for Greg because I can't figure out an icon/image to use. Happy birthday anyway, fellas.
* there's a three-part interview with Tokyopop's Stuart Levy at the comics business and news analysis site ICv2.com. (1
). Levy says the company is stable in the bookstores, stable in a different way in the comics shops, and bullish on digital. The most interesting stuff in there was a comparison of the British and German market. Well, to me, anyway.
* that Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World
trailer is a really nice, effective trailer
, and the film looks like a great deal of fun. What else is there to say?
* not comics: I would see all of these movies
, sure. Why not?
* RC Harvey talks about the launch of Action Comics #1
and whether or not the publication was initially designed for children or adults.
* Darryl Cunningham
and Roger Langridge
talk UK Web And Mini-Comix Thing.
* finally, Lynda Barry speaking is like the greatest thing ever, don't you know
posted 3:00 am PST
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