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JolyWatch: Sam Humphries hits the Caribbean.
He stressed that even if a writer felt like they were writing in the Caribbean for an obstinate audience or for a readership that may find their work irrelevant; the writer should not lose hope. Humphries was adamant that the Internet breaks down any international barriers and was eager to see more regional writing names pop up in North America. Humphries believes that kids are not reading enough in general and are under-utilising the knowledge at their fingertips on the Internet. He said that avenues are limitless for writers, artists and musicians now.
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It may be indelicate to make this argument just as thousands of fantasy fans are converging on San Diego for the annual Comic-Con. But the movie business may soon find itself mourning "the death of superheroes," Susquehanna Financial Group's Vasily Karasyov says in an intriguing report this morning.
StatWatch: Webcomic It's Geek To Me gets some much needed press.
Although the public site averages only about two to three hits "on a good day," he said word of the comic is spreading quickly through the app, with 62 people from Manila, Philippines, downloading the app over the past few years.
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BRITISH band Mystery Jets have launched a graphic novel to accompany their new album Radlands.
Lead singer Blaine Harrison says the new graphic novel, called The Ballad of Emmerson Lonestar, is a three-part modern western, telling the story of a "jaded, lovesick country singer and mystic" in search of a childhood sweetheart.
"In the same way that all fiction originates from fact, various twists and spikes in his story can be traced back to the experiences, places and characters that inspired the writing of Radlands, during our time spent living out in Austin," said Harrison.
"He does everything we wished we did or didn't do, and says everything we wish we had or hadn't said. Radlands is the world Emmerson was born into, and he is its mouthpiece."
ClanWatch: CBR shows off the ClanDestine on Alan Davis' Daredevil and Wolverine Annual covers.