FANBOYS VS ZOMBIES #9 ships with cover by series artist Jerry Gaylord and a variant cover by Dominike “Domo” Stanton with a retail price of $3.99. The issue will be in stores on Wednesday, December 12th.
Sunday, December 9, 2012
FANBOYS VS ZOMBIES #9 ships with cover by series artist Jerry Gaylord and a variant cover by Dominike “Domo” Stanton with a retail price of $3.99. The issue will be in stores on Wednesday, December 12th.
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Monday, November 26, 2012
There are a couple of Batman fans in my life and this Christmas they'll be unwrapping Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight by Travis Langley as my gift to them. For the Batman fans in your circle, it will be the perfect companion piece to the Dark Knight Rises, which is being released on home video on December 4th. Batman and Psychology is available in paperback, Kindle and Nook book. While you're at it, why don't you pick up a copy for yourself!
You can follow the author, Travis Langley on Twitter at @Superherologist
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
"Since 2004, ComiXpress has been proud to be the creator's choice for short-run print on demand comics and trade paperbacks.
Founded by comic creators to serve the indie, self-publishing and small-press comic community, we offer only the highest quality printing, backed by years of extensive pre-press and design knowledge."
You can pick up single issues, graphic novels and even zines at ComiXpress. Be aware that as they are a print-on-demand service, you will have to account for that extra time when ordering a gift.
Some of the hundreds of titles available at ComiXpress:
Meltdown Comics, located at 7522 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90046, is the proud host of this Black Friday event where you can purchase all BOOM! and KaBOOM! Studios comics and trades at 50% off from noon until closing. Every hour, a different selection of new books get even more discounted to crazy low prices! But the fun doesn't stop there, because with every title you purchase, you get entered into a secret ADVENTURE TIME raffle.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
If you’re looking to fill out your Halo collection or pick up some of the new sports and The Walking Dead figures for the holidays, you might want to call in sick and stay by your computer this Cyber Monday! McFarlane Toys’ online store has announced that everything storewide will be 30% off on Monday, November 26 from 12:01 am through 11:59 pm (PST).
From single figures to deluxe boxed sets and multipacks, the McFarlane Toys’ online store has it all! Collectors can pick up all their favorite McFarlane Toys products, such as Halo 4, Halo Micro Ops, Halo Anniversary, and Halo: Reach; league-licensed NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and College Football sports figures; and figures inspired by the highly-acclaimed AMC television show, The Walking Dead!
The sale also applies to Collectors Club exclusives, including Washington Nationals Bryce Harper, Toronto Blue Jays Jose Bautista, and Detroit Lions Calvin Johnson Jr.
The 30% off also applies to already reduced items.
So rewrite that holiday gift list and make the McFarlane Toys’ online store this year’s gift purchasing destination.
And if you are in the Arizona area, be sure to stop by the McFarlane at Westgate store in Glendale, Ariz. They will be holding a 20% off storewide sale on Black Friday, November 23. Along with the awesome McFarlane Toys brands, the store also offers all the other latest and greatest pop culture brands and novelties items from mainstream to urban. You'll also find a variety of comic books titles such as Spawn and Haunt. Click here for more store info.
Stay tuned to www.mcfarlane.com for the most current news and information about this series and other upcoming releases from McFarlane Toys.
Monday, November 19, 2012
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Tero Kaukomaa and Timo Vuorensola, the Finnish filmmakers behind the cult hit “Iron Sky” are partnering with Arnold Rifkin’s Cheyenne Enterprises (“Live Free or Die Hard”) and Ross Richie’s BOOM! Studios (“2 Guns”) to bring the sci-fi action film “Jeremiah Harm” to the screen. Kaukomaa, Rifkin and Richie will produce with The Corniche Group, and “Iron Sky” director Vuorensola will direct.
“Jeremiah Harm” is a sci-fi action blast about an intergalactic bounty hunter sent on a mission to Earth to hunt down a band of space-faring criminals and the girl they kidnapped. Set in space and New York City, the film aims to hit the chords of 80's & 90's sci-fi action films.
“Jeremiah Harm” is based on a BOOM! Studios graphic novel of the same name written by industry veterans Keith Giffen and Alan Grant. Covers and character designs are by John Mueller featuring interior artwork from Rael Lyra and Rafael Albuquerque.
In addition, the filmmakers have announced that they will
use a crowdsourcing model similar to the one used for “Iron Sky.” Through this,
fans were able to play a major role in creating the fictional world of “Iron
Sky” by contributing visuals and even joining the production in small roles and
In addition, the filmmakers have announced that they will use a crowdsourcing model similar to the one used for “Iron Sky.” Through this, fans were able to play a major role in creating the fictional world of “Iron Sky” by contributing visuals and even joining the production in small roles and as extras.
Similarly, fans can
go to www.jeremiahharm.com to create their own aliens for the world of
“Jeremiah Harm.” By crowdsourcing the filmmakers search up to one million alien
designs. The most creative creatures will find their way into the film itself.
Similarly, fans can go to www.jeremiahharm.com to create their own aliens for the world of “Jeremiah Harm.” By crowdsourcing the filmmakers search up to one million alien designs. The most creative creatures will find their way into the film itself.
“The Iron Sky team has paired with one of the most
experienced producers, Arnold Rifkin,” said BOOM! Studios Founder and Chief
Executive Officer Ross Richie. “And we are extremely excited about the
crowdsourcing model the Finns are bringing to the mix.”
“The Iron Sky team has paired with one of the most experienced producers, Arnold Rifkin,” said BOOM! Studios Founder and Chief Executive Officer Ross Richie. “And we are extremely excited about the crowdsourcing model the Finns are bringing to the mix.”
“Our online community was responsible for bringing ‘Iron
Sky’ to life and we aim to continue where we left off with a similar model for
‘Jeremiah Harm,’” says producer Tero Kaukomaa.
“This is a unique opportunity for thousands of artists, science geeks
and film fans out there to contribute to the making of a new science fiction
world, and we look forward to them joining us for the ride,” Kaukomaa says.
“Our online community was responsible for bringing ‘Iron Sky’ to life and we aim to continue where we left off with a similar model for ‘Jeremiah Harm,’” says producer Tero Kaukomaa. “This is a unique opportunity for thousands of artists, science geeks and film fans out there to contribute to the making of a new science fiction world, and we look forward to them joining us for the ride,” Kaukomaa says.
Vuorensola, who used
crowdsourcing for both of his films “Star Wreck” and “Iron Sky” noted, “I
believe crowdsourcing is the way of the future in audience engagement in films
– both big and small ones - and it's here to disrupt the way films are
experienced. Film is no longer just the product that comes out of the pipeline
in the end, but the whole process of filmmaking can be part of the fun as
well.” “Also, we are inviting our community to follow our adventure in
Hollywood and see what happens to a punch of freaks from Finland when they bum
rush the United States” continues Vuorensola. “It should be a lot of fun and
very interesting to watch!”
Vuorensola, who used crowdsourcing for both of his films “Star Wreck” and “Iron Sky” noted, “I believe crowdsourcing is the way of the future in audience engagement in films – both big and small ones - and it's here to disrupt the way films are experienced. Film is no longer just the product that comes out of the pipeline in the end, but the whole process of filmmaking can be part of the fun as well.” “Also, we are inviting our community to follow our adventure in Hollywood and see what happens to a punch of freaks from Finland when they bum rush the United States” continues Vuorensola. “It should be a lot of fun and very interesting to watch!”
Check out the Iron Sky trailer:
Check out the Iron Sky trailer:
Saturday, November 17, 2012
We're kicking off the Holiday season with some great big geeky gift ideas (say that five times fast)! Today we're setting our sights on Woolbuddy, one of our favorite discoveries at this years APE (Alternative Press Expo).
What is a Woolbuddy?
"Woolbuddy began as an artist’s desire to find a unique collection of toys for his newborn daughter. After searching for months and coming up empty handed, he decided that it was time for him to create his own collection of premium handcrafted stuffed animals that reflected the imaginative and magical world that he wanted to share with his daughter. By combining his love for needle felting and his desire to make his daughter something that she would remember for years to come, Woolbuddy was born.
In just two years, over 300 characters have come to life and now make up the six distinctive collections of the Woolbuddy World. There are Loveable Monsters, animals from The Zoo, Woolbuddies living on The Farm,Sea Creatures that swim through the ocean, reptiles that spend their day lounging around The Swamp,and Itty Bitty Critters that wonder throughout the land."
For more info on Children in Need: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b008dk4b
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Geek Hash Interview: Todd McFarlane Talks New Book- The Art of Todd McFarlane: The Devil's in the Details
Fans of Todd McFarlane are in for a real treat come November 21st. His new book, The Art of Todd McFarlane: The Devil's in the Details, hits shelves just in time for Christmas. The visual biography is a look at his nearly 30 year career in the comics industry. It's a complete history of the man that started out as a fan of comics and went on to become one of the founding members of Image Comics.
Geek Hash: Your upcoming book, The Art of Todd McFarlane: The Devil’s in the Details releases November 21st, what can fans expect to see in it?
Todd McFarlane: We’re trying to accomplish three things with one book. First, it’s an art book so there’s literally hundreds and hundreds of visuals of stuff that goes from my amateur days to literally all the way up to today. Second, you’re gonna get a bit of an autobiography that’s tied to it. So you’re gonna get some of the reasoning, the rationale and what was happening to my career and sort of a backstory of what was going on during some of the visuals that you’re looking at. And then lastly there are places where I was trying to give some tutorial information.
GH: You’ve been working in comics for over 20 years, what advice can you give to those that are looking to break into the industry?
Todd McFarlane: Comic books are made up of a multitude of skilled people. You don’t necessarily have to be a guy that does all the jobs. I got a little bit greedy wanting to be writer, penciler and inker but you can work in this industry if you’re a great colorist. You can work in this industry if you’re a great letterer. You can work in this industry if you’re a pretty good editor. I think we sometimes pin ourselves into boxes by thinking that we have to be a super-talented guy and that’s not necessarily true. You can get to a lot of places by having one skill in one area that will carry you for a long way.
GH: Comics, movies, toys, games, cartoons; is there anything Todd McFarlane Productions hasn’t gotten into that you’re dying to try?
Todd McFarlane: I don’t know. Maybe someday do my own video game, but short of that my interest is taking all of those things and seeing if you can do them better than you did the last time. We’ve got our artistic fingers in a lot of pies and so right now there’s nothing there that I have a hankering for.
GH: Spawn is one of comic's most recognizable characters, Image is celebrating its 20th anniversary, your run on Spider-Man is unmatched, your contributions to the industry run the gamut; what is the one thing you’re most proud of?
Todd McFarlane: Two things. Number one, just breaking into the business. It’s really your highest bar. That first job sets up all the potential of the future and all of that, for the most part, falls on your own shoulders. So, if you don’t get in the game, you can’t succeed. Number two would be starting this business called Image Comics which not only has made its mark on the industry but it’s still thriving. It’s not thriving because of myself or any of the original founders; it’s thriving because we’re putting out quality books. I think we’re paying attention to that.
GH: Do you see yourself eventually stepping away from comics and retiring, or are you going to keep going forever like Stan Lee?
Todd McFarlane: I’ll probably be a bit of a pistol in my advanced years. I can’t see me being overly passive. As I get older my kids will grow up, they’ll get married, have grandkids, I’ll want to spend time with them; so all that comes into play. Will I have at least have a tremendous interest in being able to help foster the next wave of talent coming through? Absolutely, that’s why Image is there. I’m never going to retire from Image.
Available just in time for Black Friday, The Art of Todd McFarlane: The Devil's in the Details will be available nationwide Wednesday, November 21st. The oversized hard cover book (9x12) is limited to 5000 copies, with 700 signed and numbered editions available. Each book retails at $64.99 and $100.00, respectively, and would make the perfect gift for any art fan!
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
DISNEY EPIC MICKEY 2: THE POWER OF TWO VIDEO GAME DEMO NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD ON PLAYSTATION NETWORK AND XBOX LIVE MARKETPLACE FOR XBOX 360
The “Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two” video game returns Mickey Mouse and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit to Wasteland, an alternate world filled with more than 80 years of forgotten Disney characters and theme park attractions. But for the first time, Mickey and Oswald will join forces as true partners - Mickey with the magical paint brush that allows him to wield paint and thinner, and Oswald with a powerful remote control that allows him to command electricity. This new co-op play further enhances the idea that “PlayStyle Matters” – a unique approach to gameplay pioneered by Warren Spector where players tackle challenges the way they want to in order to explore a variety of possibilities and storylines, but always with consequences for their chosen actions.
Sunday, November 4, 2012
THE MASTER CHIEF VS THE HUNTER Statue Pre-order Now!
McFarlane, Microsoft Studios and 343 Industries reveal the first ever HALO 4: FORWARD UNTO DAWN™ resin statue THE MASTER CHIEF VS THE HUNTER.
HALO 4: FORWARD UNTO DAWN is an exciting story of heroism and sacrifice taking fans back to the beginning of the Human-Covenant War. The live-action digital series created in partnership with top Hollywood talent from film, television and new media, FOWARD UNTO DAWN delivers an exciting story, leading into the events of Halo 4, the biggest entertainment event of 2012.
This highly detailed, hand-painted, cold-cast resin statue depicts the series climactic scene, when the Master Chief - out of ammo and out of options - single-handedly faces the unstoppable rampage of an invading Covenant Hunter to save the lives of UNSC Cadets.
This selfless act of heroism inspires the Cadets, especially young Thomas Lasky, to become soldiers capable of defending humanity against its powerful new enemy. Decades later, Commander Lasky and the Master Chief reunite to face a threat even greater than the Covenant in the most anticipated video game of 2012, HALO 4.
Commemorating this inspirational moment, our "The Master Chief vs. The Hunter" statue is limited to only 500 pieces, stands at over 14-inches tall on a base spanning 13" wide by 7" deep, and includes a Certificate of Authenticity signed by McFarlane Toys' creator Todd McFarlane.
Each statue and its box is sequentially numbered (individually numbered 1 through 500). The Statue retails at $225 with FREE Shipping (Only available in US and Canada) and is available now at store.spawn.com
The Halo: Forward Unto Dawn statue is planned to ship December 2012. Customers will not be charged until the order is ready to ship.
Stay tuned to http://www.McFarlane.com for more info on this statue, along with news on all the awesome McFarlane Toys products.
After a terrifying night of combat and loss, Lasky makes a life-or-death decision to help the Master Chief... but will it be enough to save them all from the Covenant?
Saturday, November 3, 2012
PEANUTS: IT’S TOKYO CHARLIE BROWN is now available in comic stores and will be available in bookstores November 6th, 2012. This standalone, original graphic novel features a brand new full length story featuring the beloved Peanuts gang. It is accessible to all ages, runs 112 pages in full color and carries a $13.99 price point.
Written by Vicki Scott (PEANUTS) and with art by Vicki Scott and Paige Braddock (PEANUTS), this new issue is sure to bring laughter and joy to all ages just in time for the holidays.
About BOOM! StudiosFounded by Ross Richie, 2009 and 2010's "Best Publisher" BOOM! Studios (www.boom-studios.com) generates a constellation of bestselling Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comic books and graphic novels with the industry's top talent, including Mark Waid's IRREDEEMABLE, Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning’s HYPERNATURALS, new HELLRAISER comics written by Clive Barker, PLANET OF THE APES, and Sam Humphreys’ HIGHER EARTH. BOOM!'s all ages imprint KaBOOM! publishes Charles Schulz' PEANUTS, Jim Davis’ GARFIELD, Cartoon Network's ADVENTURE TIME, and 20th Century Fox’ ICE AGE. BOOM!'s lit comix-focused imprint, BOOM! Town, recently won the Eisner Award for its first book, Shannon Wheeler's I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER, and just released SPACE DUCKS, the first comic book from indie musician legend Daniel Johnston.
Friday, November 2, 2012
McFarlane Toys has teamed up with Microsoft Studios and 343 Industries to bring you a new iconic collectable from the Halo universe.
Leading up to the highly anticipated release of Halo 4, Microsoft created the live-action digital series, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn. This online epic live-action digital series delivers an exciting story of heroism and sacrifice taking fans back to the beginning of the Human-Covenant War, leading into the events of Halo 4, the biggest entertainment event of 2012.
To commemorate this riveting action story, the McFarlane Toys Collectors Club is offering the first-ever Halo resin statue exclusively on the McFarlane Toys online store. This highly detailed, hand-painted, cold-cast resin statue depicts a pivotal scene from Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn that is a MUST have for Halo fans.
The statue will be revealed by Todd McFarlane, McFarlane Toys’ creator, during the final episode of “Halo After Dawn,” airing on Machinima Prime on Nov. 2 at 10AM PST. (http://www.youtube.com/user/MachinimaPrime) and Halo Waypoint (http://www.halowaypoint.com/en-US/?/).
The limited-edition Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn statue stands more than 14-inches tall on a base spanning 13” wide by 7” deep. Only 500 pieces have been produced and each statue and its box are sequentially numbered. As an added bonus, each statue will include a Certificate of Authenticity hand-signed McFarlane.
The Statue retails at $225 with FREE Shipping (Only available in US and Canada). Preordering will begin at 10:15 am PST on Friday, November 2nd at STORE.SPAWN.COM.
The Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn statue is planned to ship December 2012. Customers will not be charged until the order is ready to ship.
The McFarlane Collectors Club is an online store where US and Canadian customers can purchase current and past McFarlane Toys’ products, along with EXCLUSIVE figures and resin statues only offered through the collectors club. All you have to do is create a FREE new customer account – No purchase necessary and no membership fee.
Stay tuned to http://www.Spawn.com for more info on this statue, along with news on all the awesome McFarlane Toys products.
Thursday, November 1, 2012
BOOM! Studios is thrilled to return to Long Beach Comic Comic and Horror Con. The BOOM! Studios booth (#301) will feature two exclusive variant covers, BRAVEST WARRIORS #1 and SUPURBIA #1. The BRAVEST WARRIORS #1 exclusive variant cover is from the sold out first print run. It’s also your first chance to get SUPURBIA #1, which will be debuting at the show two weeks before it’s official release date of October 24th. Joining the BOOM!ers at the booth throughout the weekend will be special guest, Russell Dauterman, artist of the hit series SUPURBIA. Check the booth for signing times throughout the show. Additionally, BOOM! will be bringing a fantastic selection of BOOM! Studios, BOOM! Town, and kaBOOM! trade paperbacks and single issues. And don't miss out on BOOM!'s panel to get the latest information on current and upcoming projects.
About BOOM! Studios
Founded by Ross Richie, 2009 and 2010's "Best Publisher" BOOM! Studios (www.boom-studios.com) generates a constellation of bestselling Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comic books and graphic novels with the industry's top talent, including Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning’s HYPERNATURALS, new HELLRAISER comics written by Clive Barker, PLANET OF THE APES, and Sam Humphries’ HIGHER EARTH. BOOM!'s all ages imprint KaBOOM! publishes Charles Schulz' PEANUTS, Jim Davis’ GARFIELD, Cartoon Network's ADVENTURE TIME, and 20th Century Fox’ ICE AGE. KaBOOM! recently won an Eisner Award for its first original series Roger Langridge's SNARKED. BOOM!'s lit comix-focused imprint, BOOM! Town, won an Eisner Award for its first book, Shannon Wheeler's I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER, and just released SPACE DUCKS, the first comic book from indie musician legend Daniel Johnston.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
We got to ask co-creator Steven Foundling a few questions about bringing the denizens of Frown Town to life.
Geek Hash: Tell us about the warped minds behind this awesome project.
Steven Foundling: When scientists have babies (our parents are all scientists) those babies turn out a bit off, not like full blown Asperger's off, just ravenously obsessive when it comes to collecting and collating intel. For our parents it was microorganisms and fish, they sought to know the world and improve it through research and development. For us, it's art and culture, we seek to escape the world and build our own, albeit an imaginary one made of felt and broken dreams.
GH: It took quite a while to get this project from idea to the hilarious first episode, "Are You My Boy." Can you walk us through what it took to get Frown Town realized.
|James at APE 2012 in San Francisco|
SF: In the beginning we were under the project's thrall. It became the object of our obsession and where our minds naturally went. But with projects - as with real human relationships and normal people interests - the enthusiasm and excitement wears off and then it becomes a slog, as much a chore as a recreation. That's when it gets hard. But most things worth doing are hard. Really nearly impossible if you're doing them right. The biggest set back was when we ended up on opposite sides of the country for two years. But now we're both back on the West Coast and we've been able to out of hiatus. It's essential with a project as complicated and time-consumptive as Frown Town to work with someone else, you need someone to reinforce the idea that it's all worth the effort. Like how alcoholics and drug addicts enable each other. And it's always good to have the extra set of hands.
GH: I got to see James at APE in San Francisco. Obviously a lot of love and and a lot of work went into creating the puppets that populate Frown Town. How long did it take to create each one and what's the process like?
SF: Well, we made them in one big batch so it's hard to say how long they take. I reckon I could make one in a week or two if it were all I was working on, but with full-time jobs and reasonably active social lives that's never the case. Andy did a lot of preproduction work designing the look of the characters and then we got to hacking up foam cushions from street couches, covering them in fleece and felt and crudely tailored thrift-store children's clothes. I made a lot of puppets back as a boy, but never professionally and not in years, so we were really making it up as we went along. Sort of reverse engineering them off what I'd culled from out of print books about the Muppet Show. It was a labor of love and a learning experience. A lot of false starts and dead ends. Especially with the stillborn fetus character. I'm actually making an entirely new version of him right now for the video after next. Never really got the first draft working up to snuff.
GH: It looks like Pabst Tecate (formerly know as Trey Awesome) is going to be in the newest episode. When can we expect to see it? Do you have a set number of episodes you're shooting for or is Frown Town just going to go on forever?
SF: Pabst will be slamming four lokos, riding a fixie down Valencia street while texting his bros, dancing with drag queens, and having some brunch - pretty much just partying right and teaching you how to do it too. Almost all the characters on the show are weirdo outcasts or antiquated in one way or another. Pabst, though, is the glistening gem of Awesomite at the center of all the attention. He gives us cred with the cool kids. Or so we hope.
We plan to keep making shorts until we can get our production values up to a point we're proud of and then we'd like to shoot a longer 10-15 minute pilot to try and shop it around. Our ideas always outreach our budget/grasp/skill sets, but if we ever managed to hook up with a professional production company, we think we could really bring the world of Frown Town to life as we've envisioned it, and that world, it is sprawling. So many monsters to vanquish and supernatural realms to explore. Trash kings and shadow cats, sewer creatures and genetically modified horse/narwhal/unicorn hybrids. The ideas come easy but the execution takes years. What we really need is slave labor, or, you know what, let's call them interns.
The official Frown Town YouTube channel can be found here. Click the link and add it to your list!
Friday, October 26, 2012
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
October 23, 2012 - Los Angeles, CA - BOOM! Studios is proud to announce that BRAVEST WARRIORS #1 has sold out and gone to second print five days before its release on October 24th!
BRAVEST WARRIORS, the most recent debut from BOOM!’s successful all-ages imprint, kaBOOM! Studios, is based on the new animated series by ADVENTURE TIME creator Pendleton Ward. BRAVEST WARRIORS #1 features a main story by writer Joey Comeau (A SOFTER WORLD) and artist Mike Holmes (ADVENTURE TIME) and a special backup story by Ryan Pequin (THREE WORD PHRASE). BRAVEST WARRIORS #1 second print will be available from Diamond Comic Distributors the last week of October.
Comic book fans should keep in mind first printings of BRAVEST WARRIORS #1 may still be found at the local comic shop nearest you.
Iron Man 3 continues the epic adventures of "Iron Man" and "Iron Man 2", starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Stephanie Szostak, James Badge Dale with Jon Favreau and Ben Kingsley, "Iron Man 3" is directed by Shane Black from a screenplay by Drew Pearce and Shane Black and is based on Marvel's iconic Super Hero Iron Man, who first appeared on the pages of "Tales of Suspense" (#39) in 1963 and had his solo comic book debut with "The Invincible Iron Man" (#1) in May of 1968. The film releases May 3, 2013, and is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.
Take a look at the UK trailer below-
Monday, October 22, 2012
This January, KaBOOM! Studios launches ADVENTURE TIME: FIONNA AND CAKE, an all-new six issue all-ages limited series. The highly anticipated series will be written and illustrated by none other than the characters’ creator and ADVENTURE TIME storyboard artist Natasha Allegri with a full 32 page first issue.
FAN-FAVORITE ADVENTURE TIME SENSATIONS FIONNA & CAKE ARRIVE TO THE HIT ADVENTURE TIME COMIC! Join Cake the Cat and Fionna the Human in this totally algebraic new adventure! When Fionna rescues a feral flame boy from a pack of wild fire lions, it starts her on a quest she’ll never forget... Don’t miss out on this sure-to-be INSANELY popular new ADVENTURE TIME mini-series!
ADVENTURE TIME: FIONNA AND CAKE #1 ships in January with main covers by JAB (ADVENTURE TIME: MARCELINE AND THE SCREAM QUEENS), Joe Quinones (The AMAZING SPIDER MAN) and Vera Brosgol (ANYA’S GHOST) as well as Ethan Riley and Frank & Becky limited edition variant covers.