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Revoltech's Batman is the Figure of Your Dreams

Batman is the latest figure to be offered for preorder from Amazing Yamaguchi Revoltech. The Dark Knight will come with numerous points of articulation, extra cape pieces, a swappable face portrait, and interchangeable hands. The cape itself is actually articulated, giving it character and making the pose-possibilities endless. Of course a batarang and a grapnel […]

IDW Publishing: The Revolution and Beyond

By Matt Farnham In a quite room that clearly wasn't designed with a wanton crowd of comic book fans wait with bated breath. This is, of course, the IDW panel with the whispers during the day being some big news on what to expect in the next 6 months. This was an opportunity for Sarah […]

Oxymoron Kickstarter is the Very Definition of Outside-the-Box Promotion

I recently caught wind of the Kickstarter program by Tyler James for his Oxymoron hardcover graphic novel, published by ComixTribe. The project is described as… …a hideously beautiful graphic novel about a contradiction-obsessed psychopath. Because everyone loves a good villain. Regarding the Kickstarter program itself… frankly, I'm stunned senseless. The Oxymoron Kickstarter is one of […]

IDW Panel – Cape Sequel, Dave Stevens, Crow Series And Groo (UPDATE x2)

Peter S Svensson, reporting from WonderCon for Bleeding Cool, emails to let us know that IDW will be publishing a four issue sequel to Joe Hill and Ciarmella's The Cape series, entitled The Cape: 1969. Is a trip to the moon in order? He also lets us know that John Shirley, who wrote the first […]

Win! The Cape On DVD

Superheroes. Bloggers. Summer Glau. One of these things might seem not to fit, but all three come together in The Cape, a TV series about a masked vigilante estranged from his family and on a mission of vengeance. Here's the show's original trailer. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0WK7Hf4DOo[/youtube] It's not too obvious from that, but Ms. Glau has a […]

The Four Lettered Cape

This is a retailer variant cover of Joe Hill's The Cape from IDW for Jetpack Comics. Limited to 500 copies, it's notable for having a photo of Joe Hill himself on top of the Rodriquez cover with a smattering of fruity language aimed at the Minutemen to boot…