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Weekend Reading: Marvel, David Lloyd, Mattotti and Sexy Batgirl

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Posted by Tom Mason
Categories: Editorials, Movies, Reviews, Marvel Comics,

What a crazy week! Here's a bunch of stuff you might've missed. Writer Sean Howe talks about his new book, Marvel Comics: The Untold Story with Salon’s Panio Gianopoulos. David Lloyd talks about his new venture, Aces Weekly. It looks like there's a lot of good stuff over at his site....

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Back To…Back To The Future!

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Posted by Tom Mason
Categories: Movies, Reviews, Independent,

“I need 1.21 gigawatts of electricity!” If that calls up images of Marty McFly, Doc Brown, DeLorean time machines and the Enchantment Under The Sea dance in your brain, then you’re a fan of Back To The Future, the time-traveling trilogy starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. And if you are a fan, you’re definitely going to want A Matter of Time: The Unauthorized Back to the Future Lexicon from Hasslein Books and author …

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Weekend Reading: Kirby, Argo, Overstreet And Palooka

For those of us who are not already at the NYCC this weekend, here’s how the internets can keep us occupied: Why did the Judge Dredd 3D movie flop? Here are five reasons from What Culture. Paul O’Connor at Longbox Graveyard finds much to love about Sean Howe’s new book, Marvel Comics: The Untold Story. Scoop interviews Robert M. Overstreet, creator of the ubiquitous and essential Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide. “One of my favorite …

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Quote Of The Day: Jim Starlin on The Avengers

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Posted by Tom Mason
Categories: Editorials, Movies, Marvel Comics,

"How weird is this? The Thanos Quest, a comic Ron Lim and I did more than two decades ago, is this past month's #1 best selling comic. All it takes is a little film exposure, apparently." - Jim Starlin, writing on his Facebook Timeline Be sure to check out our other notable quotes! [Artwork: The Thanos Quest]...

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The Lone Ranger: Top 10

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Posted by Tom Mason
Categories: Editorials, Movies,

Disney has released a trailer for their new Lone Ranger movie, coming out in 2013. It’s directed by Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean, Mousehunt), and written by Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio (The Mask of Zorro) and Justin Haythe (Revolutionary Road). The Lone Ranger stars Johnny Depp as Tonto and Armie Hammer as his trusty companion. After looking at the trailer, here are my thoughts: 10. Klinton Spilsbury is very happy now 9. Cowboy …

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Mars Attacks Popeye!

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Posted by Tom Mason
Categories: Movies, IDW Publishing,

It was only a matter of time before these two crazy kids got together. IDW has just announced Mars Attacks Popeye, a special comic written by Martin Powell and illustrated by Terry Beatty that's scheduled for January 2013. It combines the concepts of two titles that IDW already publishes, Popeye and Mars Attacks....

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Weekend Reading: Jack Kirby, Alex Toth, Harlan Ellison & Argo

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Posted by Tom Mason
Categories: Editorials, Movies, Marvel Comics,

I am shocked - shocked, I tell you - to discover that the movie Argo (about how Jack Kirby’s designs for a screenplay based on a Roger Zelazny novel helped rescue hostages in Iran for the CIA) is playing fast and loose with history. Michael Sporn has a long post with some nice artwork by Playboy cartoonist Rowland B. Wilson and some rare artwork by Alex Toth. Down The Tubes interviews Paul Scoones, author of …

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Comic Book Jobs: Avi Arad

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Posted by Tom Mason
Categories: Editorials, Movies, Marvel Comics,

Do you love dogs? Movie producer Avi Arad, the former chief creative officer of Marvel Comics and founder of Marvel Studios, is now an independent producer on the Sony lot. And he needs an assistant. And not just any assistant: a First-Assistant....

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The Avengers: I Finally Catch Up

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Posted by Tom Mason
Categories: Editorials, Movies, Reviews, Marvel Comics,

Yeah, my bad. I finally got around to seeing The Avengers on the big screen with my old pal Dave Olbrich (he was seeing it for the third time). I'll echo what is probably the view of 99% of the super-hero movie audience: (1) I loved it and (2) where was this movie when I was 13? Afterwards, I had a few thoughts. I was surprised by the sudden death of what I thought was …

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Weekend Reading: Batman, Doonesbury, Killraven and Kickstarter

So the Olympics are finally over, and that means it's time to talk about real heroes, right? Y'know, the ones in capes! For most of us, we have the belief that Bill Finger is the true creator of everything that made Batman great. Here’s why. Jake Hinkson looks at The Dark Knight Rises and the other two parts of Christopher Nolan’s trilogy: “Unlike the set-bound comic-gothic theatrics of Tim Burton's Batman films or the plastic …

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