ARCHIVE PAGE 88 - April 2011
Previous posts that appeared on the front page of comic book brain.com
Frank Cho New Ultimates - Valkyrie and Thor
Wonder Woman Return
Frequent DC Comics artist Stanley "Artgerm" Lau reacts to the new redesign of Wonder Woman. Plus some history and observations on the premier female superheroine.
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Harley Quinn One Shot
Joe Quinones art from the Harley Quinn One Shot.See the entire page)
Marvel "dodges bullet" as Stan Lee Media suit fails in court once again
Stan Lee himself long ago severed his relationship with the company he founded with his name on it, but because of conflicting problems over ownership of the Lee penned heroes at Marvel (X-Men, among others) the shareholders in SLM keep trying to find a way to get a finger on the lucrative stable of superhero properties. Read more on the Marvel Comics page
Nolan Batman 3: "The Dark Knight Rises"
Feb 24, 2011: Rumours and "confirmed rumours" for the next Chris Nolan Batman movie says actor Tom Hardy is on hand as Batman nemesis Bane; Ann Hathaway will appear as Catwoman; Robin the Boy Wonder will appear, too.
No mention of Batmite, though.
Long list of updates and speculations at Screenrant
Genkaku Picasso by Usamaru Furuya
New series that started in the October 2010 issue of Shonen Jump about an amateur artist nicknamed "Picasso," haunted by a tiny dead Chiaki Yamamoto, a fellow student who was the only member of his "Riverside Club" which met for the purpose of drawing water. Suddenly his drawings have the ability to see into the depths of other people's actions and dilemmas.
Halle Berry Catwoman
Generally reviled feature film that re-invents Catwoman in a way distant from the comic book character and the various renditions of the character by Eartha Kitt, Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether from the TV series. Meaning: the director came up with something new and no one liked it, including Halle Berry who ultimately called the film a 'piece of shit."
Frazer Irving Batman
The final issue of Grant Morrison's run on the DC Comics' Batman and Robin series (issue #16) has the work of three different artists telling the story. See this Frazer Irving Batman page enlarged here.
Artwork by Jock, interior splash page from Detective Comics #872. DC Comics February 2011 Cover Date. Click to view entire splash page]
Spring Special 1978 (DC Special #12)
Cover by Jim Starlin. Cover for the Spring Special 1978
Batman Dark Knight Cup candy page updated
Comic Book Graphic Novel rack at the Memphis International Airport Aug 2010
Comic Book Stores and More
Store rack superheroes
Sugar and spiders. See more Many Spiderman Cup Cakes
He looks pretty angry. See the Mr Freeze Lego image larger.
Frank Miller: "Holy Terror, Batman!" is now just "Holy Terror!"
Profile piece at the Los Angeles Times about Miller and his long-simmering 122-page Batman Vs. Al Qaeda graphic novel which is now sans Batman, sans DC Comics, and nearing completion without a publisher determined yet.
Besides that, Miller has a prequel of "300" coming out from Dark Horse. The tale will concentrate on Xerxes and his rise to power and eventual intent to conquer the defiant Greeks (and Spartans), and is already in the Hollywood run-around with Director Zack Snyder and writer Kurt Johnstad involved.
Updated pages about the Bill Harvey Dangerworld comic Click for more.
Leinil Yu spread from new Avengers and a complaint about the
production on the New Avengers Collection.
George Lepape Vogue magazine cover image has been updated.
Original Page April 2011 | Updated July 2015
DC New Talent Showcase now open
Feb 2017: DC's effort to look at new artists is underway for the month of February (the writers workshop will be in March). To see the artist application page, go here: www.dccomicstalentworkshop.com
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