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Brian Michael Bendis batman
Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]
Thirty-Four Thoughts About Thirty-Four Comics – Uber, Grindhouse, Garfield, Spawn, Mara, Lazarus, Mind The Gap, Fantomex, Action Comics, All New X-Men Special, Mighty Avengers, Infinity Hunt, Movement, Earth 2, The Star Wars, CBLDF Liberty Annual, Hinterkind, Witching Hour, Hit, Robocop, Todd The Ugliest Kid On Earth, Crossed Badlands, Superior Foes Of Spider-Man, Mighty Avengers, Detective Comics, Iron Man, Hunger, Bushido, Spera, Quantum And Woody, Shadowman, Suicide Risk, Bedlam And Occultist
Though maybe he could say "no more murder" a bit more, if he wants people to have a different attitude towards him. Hunger #3 is out today – you remember that comic? That it exists? And Ultimate Rick Jones catches up with the past few years of Ultimate spoilers… New Image book Bushido launches today as[...]
In One Week, In Two Weeks – Get Grinding To Grindhouse
Next week, at your local comic store, we have Grindhouse #1 and Occultist #1 from Dark Horse, Hinterkind #1 at DC Vertigo, Bushido and the CBLDF Liberty Annual 2013 at Image, and new issues Fantomex, Marvel Knights Spider-Man, Captain America: Living Legend #1 and the All-New X-Men Special There's Fairy Tale Comics from First[...]
A Perception Of Japanese Culture – Bushido #2 Review
Alex Wilson writes; Bushido (published by Top Cow) issue 2, written by Rob Levin and featuring the art of Jessada Sutthi, follows the misfortune of Kichiro, a western boy thrown into the life of a Japanese family in the time of the samurai after the ship his family sailed on was taken by vampires Kichiro was[...]
Samurai Vs Vampires: Top Cow's Upcoming Comic Bushido Picked Up By Mandalay
to develop their upcoming comicbook series "Bushido: The Way of the Warrior" as a feature film. Story, set in feudal Japan, revolves around a shipwrecked boy who grows up as an outcast but leads a brave band of Samurai against a bloodthirsty horde of vampires in order to save Japan from certain doom. I'd watch a[...]