Wednesday Runaround – Pixie's Back And You're Gonna Be In Trouble


Gives You Wings

Marvel announces a stack of books tying in with the Inhumanity event for December. Matt Kindt gets yet another book with Inhumanity: The Awakening (which seems to star fan favourite Pixie as seen in recent X-Men Legacy – more on this later), as well as tie ins from Indestructible Hulk and Avengers: A.I.


Wonder Clothes Designer

Lauren Moshi clothes use Warner Bros designs;


The_Thrilling_Adventure_Hour_GN_Cover_Illustrated_by_Tom_FowlerExtra Thrilling In California

The creators and cast of "live staged show" turned new graphic novel from Archaia, The Thrilling Adventure Hour will be at Monday, September 16th at 7PM at Barnes and Noble at the Grove at Farmers Market in Los Angeles, and then on Saturday, September 21st at 7PM at the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco.

The first is a free panel and signing with Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, and several cast members, while the San Francisco appearance is a "Reception" with more guests andtickets from $75 dollars each. Artwork from the comic has been on display at the museum since June. The graphic novel is sold out at the distribution level at the moment, but the folks hosting the Barnes and Noble signing are promising first editions available of the collection of "genre tales" drawn from the old-time radio performance show, including science fiction, westerns, superhero tales, and war stories.


Brian Michael Bendis tweets photo of "The Illuminati" by Jim Cheung:

When Spider-Man Didn't Appear With Wolverine

Hugh Jackman tells the Huffington Post;

In the first "Spider-Man" — Kevin Feige reminded me of this — we really tried to get me to come on and do something, whether it was a gag or just to walk through the shot or something. The problem was, we couldn't find the suit. The suit was stuck in some thing. And so when they were in New York when I was there, we couldn't get it together. So, you know, I actually asked some high level people about it. Because the optimist in me goes, "Why not? Why can't we do it? You know, a split cast or whatever?" And someone reminded that the amount of money Fox paid compared to the amount of money Disney paid is very different [laughs]. So how you split that pie up? God knows. But in the comic books, what's great about it is they're just mashing together all the time — and it's awesome. And people are like, "Yeah, well, let's get this one with that!" And, you know, I still think, one day, there may be an ability to do it.

Don't Mix Dark And Light Sides Of The Force Mix

Midtown Comics tweets their good housekeeping tip of the day. Take notes, Mr. Vadar:

One To Circle

A new comic from Mario Coleman, one of two new books, Circles and A Stranger Comes To Town. More can be found here.