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Outline of Comicon panels

Story at IGN gives a preview of the 2019 Comicon panels, such as:

  1. Promos for Terminator: Dark Fate
  2. New DC Hellblazer - John Constantine for TV
  3. New Star Trek
  4. New Swamp Thing TV
  5. Gears of War gaming
  6. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order gaming
  7. Marvel’s Iron Man VR gaming
  8. 20th Anniversary Batman Beyond
  9. Arrowverse

TV Guide is issuing special Comicon Covers and has their own coverage of the events and panels.


Tony DeZuniga

November 8, 1932 – May 11, 2012

DeZuniga co-created the Jonah Hex and Black Orchid. DeZuniga was the first Filipino comic book artist whose work was accepted by American publishers, which paved the way for many other Filipino artists to break into the international comic book industry.


Berni Wrightson

Official Bernie Wrightson web site

An influential comic book artist who began with various small print run independent comics in the 1960s and then became an integral part of DC Comics' mystery books of the 1970s. He branched out into personal projects (like his illustrated Frankenstein) and Hollywood design work. Along with Len Wein, Wrightson is co-creator of Swamp Thing.

Born October 27, 1948, in Dundalk, Maryland

Died March 18, 2017, Austin,Texas


Huge Wonder Woman by McCave

Art by McCave, Colors by Zombie President


On guiding Batman through his 80th year - Jim Lee and Dan Didio - ew.com

Superman and Batman

Art by Kudzu


Things NOT to do with your comic book collection: drug money laundering

"A large-scale methamphetamine dealer who allegedly laundered drug profits by purchasing valuable comic books is in danger of forfeiting his 18,753-volume collection to Uncle Sam, according to a new court filing.

Federal prosecutors yesterday filed a U.S. District Court complaint seeking ownership of the comic book holdings of Aaron Castro, 30, who is facing a May trial in Colorado on narcotics distribution and weapons charges. The comics are valued in excess of $500,000."

Story at the Smoking Gun


BAT HEAD

Concerning Green Lantern

All-American Comics #16, July 1940

Unemployed artist Martin Nodell needed work in 1940, went to visit the offices of All--American Comics, showed his art samples and was told to come back with superhero ideas. Completely unfamiliar with superheroes, Nodell walked to the subway, saw a workman with a green railroad lantern, and promptly dreamed up the idea of an avenging hero who is powered by a ring which is equally powered by the light from a green lantern - thus was The Green Lantern conceived.


The Spidermannn

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Batman V Superman 2016


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