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26. Wondercon’16: First Look @ Arseface from AMC’s Preacher

PreacherTonight fans at Wondercon got to see the entire pilot episode of Preacher. While we gather our thoughts after talking with Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, and producer Sam Catlin from AMC’s new show; here’s a first look at character fans of Garth Ennis story will undoubtedly recognize.

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27. Wondercon’16: DC All-Access… Not Quite All

IMG_1585Chalk it up to weird timing or bad planning. Even before DC Comics makes all their big REBIRTH announcements at Wondercon on Saturday, the publisher didn’t mind holding panels. DC All-Access opened their big weekend. Even with such a fantastic line up of creators one has to wonder why you’d ever let the words “ALL ACCESS” […]

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28. Review: Wonder Woman #50 Asks Little, Delivers Little

WonderWoman_50_coverIt's not that it's a terrible comic book -- I wish it were! Terrible comic books can be fun in their own right. It's just that it's ... fine.

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29. WonderCon and new sizes of (certain) prints…

New size print shown by booth babe Shawn
New size print shown by booth babe Shawn

After a road trip to the wildly successful Silicon Valley Comic Con, it is good to have a local con (even if it means putting up with the dreaded downtown LA traffic) this weekend. So WonderCon has moved for this year from Anaheim, which is in the middle of some heavy renovations and expansions, to downtown Los Angeles. Some will say this is good, others will say it is bad; nonetheless we shall be there ready to go on Friday.

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Our booth will be set up in artist alley this year at D-16. We will being trying to cram our ever expanding wares upon a single table, which we may expand to two tables for next year. One of the new items will be 13″x 19″ sizes of some of our more popular prints due to growing interest in the larger sizes. These are printed on high quality paper and will sell for $30 apiece or 3 for $70. Due to limited space we will only have a limited amount of prints in that size available.

More to come next week as we will have a small break before we head up to Seattle for Emerald City Comicon.

– Shawn and Diana

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30. The Rise of Graphic Novels: A Ten Year Celebration of First Second Books

To celebrate First Second Books and the rise of graphic novels, we thought it would be fun to have graphic novelist veteran, Leland Myrick, who has been with First Second from the beginning, and Andy Hirsch, a 2016 debut graphic novelist, interview each other.

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31. C2E2 Diamond Retailer Breakfast: Valiant to introduce major new female character and more news

c2e22Announcements from Diamond, Marvel, Action Lab, and Valiant Comics at the C2E2 Diamond Retailers Breakfast, including Civil War 2: Amazing Spider-Man #1, 300,000 in sales for Black Panther #1, and a major new female character for Valiant.

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32. More pages, more dread from Penny Dreadful comic

PDpreviewimageCheck out the just-dropped preview pages from the upcoming series from Titan.

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33. INTERVIEW: Marc Guggenheim talks Representation in DC’s ARROW and the Marvel Universe Pleasant Hill Conspiracy

Screen Shot 2016-03-15 at 3.22.46 AMUnlike the eponymous NBC TV show, Marvel’s new Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. comic isn’t bound by budgets, cameos or contracts.  Series writer and Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim is using that freedom to tell an expansive, grandiose story that seeks to transform the way you experience the Marvel Universe. Following a recent editorial, Comics Beat reporter […]

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34. Aspen Comics is Giving Undiscovered Talent Their Shot

Santeria-01ACleaver marketing? Easy way to get out of commissioning covers? Maybe a bit of both. Aspen Comics newest series, Santeria: The Goddess Kiss,  launches this week to make things even more enticing the publisher is coordinating a talent search for aspiring artists looking for a place to showcase their skills. Four of the most eye […]

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35. C2E2: Robbie Thompson on Supernatural, Spidey and Fandom

thompson2Robbie Thompson first came to prominence in the nerd sphere as a writer on the long-running Supernatural TV series, but recently he jumped into the comics fold. He’s doing no less than three titles in the Spider-Man corner: Silk, Venom: Space Knight and my favorite, the all-ages Spidey. I spoke to Robbie about the transition […]

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36. MATT CHATS: Ryan K. Lindsay on a Digital Comic for a “Buck” with DEER EDITOR: Fearless

lindsayFor a comic inspired by a typo, Deer Editor has already had a pretty rich history. A successful Kickstarter, especially given that the comics were only offered digitally, was conducted for the first volume. A new campaign for the sequel is currently underway. I spoke to project manager and writer Ryan K. Lindsay about building […]

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37. Mike Mignola on Hellboy After Hell

hellboy-in-hellHellboy in Hell marked the return of creator Mike Mignola‘s interior art to the Hellboy Universe. The character has been in Hell since 2012, but the mini-series concludes with issue #10 four years later. EW has reported that Mignola doesn’t have an immediate follow-up to the present day version of the character. Mignola previously revealed […]

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38. Review: DC & Robert Venditti’s “Green Lantern: Issue 50”

Green Lantern v5 050 (2016) (Webrip) (The Last Kryptonian-DCP)Writer: Robert Venditti Penciller: Billy Tan & Vincente Cifuentes Inkers: Mark Irwin, John Livesay, & Vincente Cifuentes Colorists: Alex Sinclair & Tony Avina Letterer: Dave Sharpe By: Nicholas Eskey It’s rare that I feel I have to give someone else’s work a negative review. I know how much hard work and planning goes into the […]

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39. Dark Horse Comics To Publish More Halo Stories

unnamed-2Dark Horse Comics have been the most restless publisher of licensed comics based on video game franchises over the past two years. They’ve brought tentpole franchises such as Call of Duty, Tomb Raider, and the often times over looked Mirror’s Edge to comics. Among the biggest in their library has been the mega dollar printing […]

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40. Exclusive Preview: D.J. Kirkbride Unleashes a “cosmic stench of death” in THE BIGGEST BANG

STL003056Author D.J. Kirkbride (Amelia Cole) had a chance to explore subversive cosmic humor in the pages of The Bigger Bang from IDW in 2014. Kirkbride alongside Vassilis Gogtzilas (The Adventures of Augusta Wind) has gotten the chance to explore that same brand of absurdist cosmic comic book humor once again in 2016 with The Biggest Bang, […]

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41. Baby Infestation

Just when you’ve got life figured out
(And sleeping in ’til two)
Stork comes along and drops a bomb
That “free time” thing is through!

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So long the nights of peaceful sleep!
So long the unclogged toilets!

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So long the hours o’ steaming showers
With no one there to spoil it!

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Who knew that babies never slept?
(And cost so much to feed?!?)
Tho sleep-deprived, you’ve kept it ‘live

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…So then it starts to breed.

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Babies babies babies!
On the ceilings, on the chairs!

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Their little selfs are are the shelfs!

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There’s babies everywhere!

They climb onto the light fixtures
They tinkle on the floors

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Your blood and sweat is their swing set!

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And what exactly for??

A thousand baby giggles
When you tickle them at play

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A thousand baby cuddles
With a yellow-weed bouquet

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A thousand baby kisses
Planted sweetly on your cheek;

A thousand happy baby sighs
When nodding off to sleep

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A thousand babies running
When you open the front door

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Our heart’s in knots!  We love these tots!

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We hope we get lots more!!


Side note:  I’ve tasted formula before.  I figured since it was so expensive, it must be delicious.

I was wrong.  Poor babies.

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42. Preview: How C-3PO Became The Red Arm Droid

STARWARS-kylo-ren-awakensToday Marvel released a preview for STAR WARS SPECIAL: C-3PO #1. The book written by James Robinson (Armor Wars, Earth-2) and illustrated by Tony Harris (Ex Machina) is out this March . Only the spectacle of the Star Wars universe could reunite these two award winning creators as they reveal the mystery behind C-3PO’s red arm in The […]

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43. Que Spit-take: Two Broke Girls lead actress Beth Behrs Launches Comic

dents_coverThere’s a few items I expect from CBS’ multi-cam sitcom Two Broke Girls and an outlet for comics isn’t among such items. Let’s face it, the show is what it is. However, as a nerd, I generally expect the show to look down on people working or reading comics, carrying some of that same pessimistic attitude tinged […]

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44. Review: Nick Drnaso gives us 2016’s first great work with ‘Beverly’

Nick Drnaso’s fictional world is a particularly joyless one where even coming together doesn’t much help the human condition. It might even make things worse. As depicted in the Drnasoverse, each human has their own internal monologue that other humans are shut out from, and this creates distance, alienation, and confusion. Since one of us […]

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45. BOOM! Studios Celebrates 100,000 Retailer Sold Copies with MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS: PINK

PinkRanger-cover-eb772They fought off monsters, piloted giant robots and netted 100,000 advance units sold to comic book stores! That’s nothing to scoff at nowadays in the sales charts, especially if you aren’t a major publisher. This is precisely why the upcoming Power Rangers comic book from Boom! Studios is something worth celebrating. Announced via Hero Complex yesterday, […]

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46. Bongo’s Bart Simpson to end run with 100th issue

One of the great mainstays of comics over the last two decades has been Bongo Comics, the company founded by Matt Groening to publish the Simpsons comics and beyond. They’ve been quietly turning out quality comics for a long time, without much fanfare, but with continued sales here and abroad. And one of their flagship […]

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47. EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: G. Willow Wilson Accepts the Second Annual Dwayne McDuffie Diversity in Comics Award for MS. MARVEL

dwayne-mcduffieYesterday, G. Willow Wilson won the Second Annual Dwayne McDuffie Awards for Diversity in Comics for her work with artist Adrian Alphona on Ms. Marvel.  The ceremony was held at Long Beach Comic Expo and began with a speech by Khary Payton (Teen Titans), host of the awards and long time collaborator with the late Dwayne McDuffie (Static Shock).  He recounted […]

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48. A “controversial scene” awaits in DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1

rebirth1DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan Didio appeared in an online Q&A with ComicVine. Didio teased a controversial moment taking place in the DC Universe: Rebirth #1 one-shot which kicks off the brand new slate of titles for DC dubbed “Rebirth.” The comic is written by Geoff Johns (Justice League) with art from Ethan Van Sciver (Green […]

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49. Review: Julia Wertz’s thoughtful and healing style of self-deprecation

Julia Wertz’s Eisner-nominated Drinking At The Movies, originally from 2010 but here with a handsome reissue from Koyama Press, is renowned for its humorous self-deprecating pile-on. At its root is the suggestion that beating yourself up is probably just part of personal growth. And that’s not just meant to make you feel better, but an […]

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50. Review: Tommi Musturi shows that hope isn’t easy

Finnish cartoonist Tommi Musturi’s The Book Of Hope is as mysterious and elusive as the human being it examines. Set in a family cottage following retirement, Musturi settles into his narrator position calmly in order to scribe, without judgment or even much push for clarity, the experience of one man as he inhabits the time […]

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