So how DO you go about bringing the World’s Greatest Superheroes to film? John has a few ideas.
Travis reviews the latest issues of Cerebus in Hell? and oohs and aahs over the beautiful Inferno art mashed up with that miserable aardvark bastard!
I got a chance to interview Arrow’s Madison McLaughlin over at GeekDad. And here’s the story behind the story. For the last 15 years or so, I’ve been teaching archery at the world’s oldest field archery range; a few years back, a family showed up; parents and four girls, two of whom were in wheelchairs. The oldest daughter was about 17.
It’s not completely dead, but it’s getting there.
I’m talking about the lost art of cool opening credits for a TV show.
In the world of comics, Bernie Wrightson was one of the greats. He was the Master of the Macabre, an artist’s artist, and by all accounts, a very nice guy. John shares his memories of one of best artists comics have ever produced.
Bernie Wrightson has died, so let’s take a moment to celebrate his amazing work in comics!
Hey, it wasn’t just Burgas representing for the Junk Shop crew. I went too.