Amidst all the joy and chaos of Comic-Con last week, there was a bit of news that should be of interesting to anyone who, like myself, spends time thinking about the health and future of the comic book industry as a whole.
The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman's little zombie comic book that turned into a massive hit and a gargantuan TV show watched by millions of people who have no idea it's based on a comic book, hit issue #100 last week. In the current
MARKSMEN, VOL. 1 TP
Story by: David Baxter
Art By: Javier Aranda & Garry Leach
Cover By: Tomm Coker
Publisher: Image Comics and Benaroya Publishing
Diamond Order Code: JAN120525
On Sale: May 02, 2012
FREE PREVIEW OF FIRST CHAPTER: http://issuu.com/doublegmarketing/docs/marksmen
Collects issues #1-6
So this is interesting. Since DC Comics's New 52 relaunch last year, there are a number of characters and concepts that we haven't seen return yet. Even with 52 monthly series, there are thousands of characters in DC's stable who haven't had a chance to appear yet. (Especially when you consider that four of those 52 books star Batman.)
So in July, DC is reviving the Golden Age title National Comics. This book, DC says, will consist of single-issue stories by different
I thought it would be fun to post a blog detailing my thoughts on the state of the 2012-2013 Dallas Cowboys, and what I feel they should do for a successful season.
2012-2013 DALLAS COWBOYS
CAP SPACE: Upwards of around $20 million. With restructuring and hopefully signing Franchise Tagged OLB Anthony Spencer, Dallas will have more money available.
Updated 03-07-2012 at 09:16 PM by Waylon Wernette
With the trade paperback of Red Spike going on sale tomorrow, I wanted to post some info about it. Writer Jeff Cahn will also be signing Red Spike at Meltdown Comics on March 7th, starting at 6:00 P.M. They'll have free alcohol for those of age and while supplies last.
CBR previews the trade by offering the full first issue.
Red Spike video interview with writer Jeff Cahn part 1
Red Spike video interview with writer Jeff Cahn part 2