Monthly Archives: January 2013

Double Barrel Goes Hardcover

Just the other day we reported that Double Barrel was going DRM-free. Looks like for some people that just wasn’t enough. Some people want to actually own the books! Well, it looks like that may soon be a reality as … Continue reading

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John Byrne Triggers Doomsday.1

John Byrne continues his publishing parade with IDW, announcing another new mini-series for this year. Not since the mid-80′s has Byrne been this prolific, knocking out titles on an almost monthly basis. Now he is back with a new take … Continue reading

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Matt Kindt’s Mind MGMT Ready for the Spotlight

The Hollywood Reporter is (ahem) reporting that MAtt Kindt’s Mind MGMT series from Dark Horse has been picked up by Twentieth Century Fox. According to the article, Ridley Scott is producing via his Fox-based Scott Free banner, along with Dark … Continue reading

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Fantagraphics to Publish Michael Jordan: Bull on Parade

Looks like the greatest is finally getting his due. Michael Jordan is finally getting a high-quality graphic novel (from Fantagraphics) to go along with all his other accolades. 5 seasons. 1,072 games. 41,011 minutes of basketball. Every kid, fan and … Continue reading

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A Playlist for Piskor’s Hip Hop Family Tree

 Arne Dus has posted a four and half hour playlist of songs featured in Ed Piskor’s Hip Hop Family Tree. It is as expansive as it is entertaining, so give it a listen and get ready for the September release of the print edition … Continue reading

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Guy Delisle’s Pyongyang Headed to the Silver Screen

Deadline reports that Gore Verbinski is planning on directing and producing a movie based on Guy Delisle’s book, Pyongyang. New Regency has teamed with Gore Verbinski‘s Blind Wink banner on Pyongyang, a dark comedic film that Verbinski will direct and … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Cherubs

Bryan Talbot is a difficult man to pin down. Is he the creator of the touching Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes? The introspective man who wrote and illustrated Tale of One bad Rat? Or is he the guy who put … Continue reading

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