March 3rd, 2007


Comics Next Week

52 Week #44
All-New Atom #9
Bullet Points #5
Captain America Vol 5 #25 Steve Epting Cover
Civil War Initiative
Dark Tower Gunslinger Born #2 Regular Jae Lee Cover
Fall Of Cthulhu #0 Cvr A Mavlian
Fantastic Four The End #6
Fantastic Four Vol 3 #543
Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #18
Grimm Fairy Tales #12
Helmet Of Fate Zauriel #1
Justice League Of America Vol 2 #6 Incentive Adam Hughes Variant Cover
Manhunter Vol 4 #29
Marvel Zombies Army Of Darkness #1
Mighty Avengers #1 Regular Frank Cho Cover
newuniversal #4
Nightwing Vol 2 #130
Onslaught Reborn #3 Rob Liefeld Cover
Squadron Supreme Hyperion vs Nighthawk #3
Superman Batman #32
Uncanny X-Men #484

Burn the World


I'm so tempted to just start replying to people on Scans Daily with random notes of "Icon hate!"

A) Because there are icons I actually hate out there.

B) I hate the pointless waste of someone feeling the need to just say "Icon love!" to random poster #238



Thanks to Flickr, a handy guide has been put together in order to assist the Boston Police Department to identify items which are not bombs, for future reference.

And with stickers to make sure people know better!


Stone by Day

Vado gave an update on Gargoyles, which has seen delays since it launched.

“Gargoyles we just mishandled from the get-go. On top of that, there’s just a real lengthy set of approvals that affects all the Disney comics that’s slowed them all down. For example, Gargoyles #3 has been done for three weeks, almost a month now, and we’re waiting for Disney to give us the go ahead to print it.”

Gargoyles #4, #5 and #6 will have a series of fill-in artists as SLG attempts to catch up.

When asked if Disney asks for a lot of changes, he said “Surprisingly no, but the process is not a quick one.” He said originally three people would review the comics before they were printed, but now around 10 people review them.

When asked why Disney licensed their characters to someone else instead of doing their own books, he said Disney benefits because they retain the rights to the comics that SLG creates without having to spend the money on staff and other costs associated with creating the comics.