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Wednesday, 25 November 2015 15:49
It’s not every day that I get to interview a talent artist who should be working for one of the big comic book publishers, let alone be friends with one for over a decade. Tim Doyle is an underrated force in the world of comic book and pop culture art and has been running Nakatomi for almost seven years. He’s come a long way since working at Funny Papers, a now defunct comic book store that was located in Dobie Mall on the edge of campus at the University of Texas. I recently caught up with him after a couple of years at the Austin Comic Con in Austin, TX and talked shop and what’s on his current pull list. Read more...
Published in Interviews
Sunday, 20 April 2014 13:59
Usagi_linkIt’s the one weekend of the year when the cutest, fuzziest animal of them all, the BUNNY takes center stage! I’m talking Easter, of course! And whether you celebrate Easter or Passover, or neither...everyone can agree...bunnies are darn adorable, right? So, I decided why not do something wacky and talk about the bunnies that have been in various comics over the years?! There’s more than you think, so hear me out. So, let’s put on our best bunny ears and cotton tails (ladies, you are welcome to send me your pics of that) and get ready for what may be the strangest Bleed of them all! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Friday, 29 March 2013 11:00
idw-logo-480x480If you are a GI Joe fan it just doesn't get bigger than this! IDW Publishing is releasing the GI Joe: The Complete Collection. This will be released in the highly sought after Red Label editions and the even more limited Black Label editions. The Black Label set is limited to JUST 50 copies, while the Red Label is limited at 250. In either case this is a must have for the true G.I. Joe collector! Check out the press release below and pictures of the set! YO JOE! Read more...
Sunday, 24 March 2013 15:35
he-manThere was one point in time when every young person would wake up early on Saturday morning and plop themselves down for about 5 hours of non-stop cartoon chaos! Yeah, I’m talking about Saturday morning cartoons, and at one time every major North American television station would air them (keep in mind this was before any channel completely dedicated to cartoons existed). If you didn’t like the cartoon that came up after the one you were watching, you could just switch over to the next station and you would eventually find one to your liking. And it wasn’t just this way on Saturday morning, this same format would occur with syndicated cartoons on weekday afternoons, called Afterschool Cartoons. Read more...
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