DarkWatch: IGN run a preview of JL Dark. Starring the Justice League Non-Dark. And teeth.
StoreWatch: Canterbury retailer Whatever Comics wants his bins back, after no signs of riots.
Manny said: "The council keeps telling us that Canterbury is tidier without the bins. Well I'm sorry, I don't agree that it is and a lot of people in Canterbury don't agree that it is.
"I think there has been an upsurge in rubbish appearing on the ground and I think that to have taken all the bins away is ridiculous."
FilipinoWatch: Alex Niño gets profiled by the Asian Journal.
"Unlike other kids, whose parents could afford to give them pencil, paper and crayons, Niño drew with a small stick in the sand, underneath his parent's bamboo shack. He drew stick figures constantly, until it got so dark that he couldn't see anymore,"
RemembranceWatch: Boom is letting fans download the late Minck Oosterveer's work on Unknown for Boom! digitally, for free.
NotQuiteAGlitchWatch: The Alan Moore Swamp Thing run in hardcover at 45% off on Amazon UK.
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
"Conversely, there are occasions when a writer, knowing that his book's behind schedule and looking to fend off the possibility of a fill-in artist on the arc, shaves down a script a little to help the artist hit their deadline and move on to the next issue. If they do this, they usually balance it out later, with an extra page in a subsequent issue."
"So, this is another version of my Retroactive Wonder Woman cover drawn in my own style! I mostly liked how the original turned out — but I really quite prefer drawing cartoony. Part of me thinks about how fun it would be to re-draw the entire script in my own way…but then I remember that I've got work to do and don't have time to draw the whole book again :)"
It could be argued that if I don't like it, then I don't necessarily need to read it. That's very valid.