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Saturday, October 11, 2014

Jim Lee and Babs Tarr on Fox News

Jim Lee and Babs Tarr showed up on Fox News to promote the 75th Anniversary of Batman. It's a great interview, which also includes snippets of interviews with a couple of actors from the Gotham tv series. 

Check it out.

Friday, October 10, 2014

NBA Star To Release "Top-Secret Comic Project"

It's always cool when we comics fans find out that movie stars, well-known musicians or professional athletes share our love for sequential fare, but it's rare to see the high-profile crowd get quite as excited about the hobby as Brook Lopez does. As this New York Post article tells it, the NBA star and his brothers are not just uber-fans - they're planning their own comics project.

Read the story, quick!

Thursday, October 09, 2014

Comic Book News: Tidbits From Around The Web

Comic Books Catching On In Russia

A cool article calling attention to Russia's first annual Comic Con, the youthfulness of it's comics fans, and some of Russia's premiere comic book heroes. Good reading, here.

Frankenstein's Monster Moving in on Hellboy

The classic movie monster will become a regularly recurring character in the title named after Mike Mignola's most famous creation. Click here for the story, and an interview with Mignola.

Collecting Comics For Fun and...., Profit..?

A competently-written article on collecting, which wisely advises caution against doing so strictly for profit. A fun read.

Sunday, October 05, 2014

Out of Spite Toward Fox, Fantastic Four Comic Cancelled

For one Marvel executive, it seems that anger, greed and a huge lack of impulse-control rule the day. But, it seems to me he's spiting fans more than Fox

Read about it here.

Saturday, October 04, 2014

Comic Book Hero, Mighty Molly, Helps Kids Feel Comfortable in the Hospital

UNC Freshman Faith Jarvis and her brother Will, have begun an organization to help put children at ease when they have to spend time in a hospital. It all started with "Mighty Molly", a comic book character created by Faith toward that end. 

I'll leave the details for you to read in this article, but it's always great to hear that comics are being used for purposes such as this.

Give the article a read, and check out the Project VIPP Facebook page, as well.