Here they are, ten comics I liked in 2008 that I haven’t written about yet. All ready? Alright.
Richie muses on Lady Snowblood in manga and film and a little on Lady Bullseye: “That a samurai revenge film from thirty years ago manages to be significantly less exploitative than anything around now speaks volumes. It is, ironically, an excellent twenty first century samurai movie, which keeps […]
Three sites for best of 2008 comics lists: Blair Butler (here and here), Jog the Blog and a million lists by a million artists. Plus, Thought Balloonists’ 2008 highlights. Spoiler: Love is strong for Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s, All-Star Superman.
Eartha Kitt was a great singer, a fine actress and the best Catwoman ever. Entertainment Weekly has more clips.
I’ve written before that I was put off superhero comics by all the dying and resurrected X-Men—the eternal return and the attempts to escape it. You might have noticed that DC and Marvel’s superhero titles have become a bloodbath. Sure, it started it with big crossovers and the […]
Calling all True Believers, the Fantastic Four is on the air starring Bill Murray as the voice of Johnny Storm, the Human Torch.