20th Anniversary Spongebob SquarePants Interview SDCC 2019

"SpongeBob SquarePants" Team Talks Bikini Bottom's Past & Future [INTERVIEW]

It's not too often that a kids cartoon show is around for twenty years, let alone pulling in some of its highest ratings ever. If you're Nickelodeon, you are lucky enough to know what that feels like – with over two million people watching SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout: a celebration of two decades of all […]

SpaceBob MerryPants: SpongeBob and Santa Team Up to Save the Moon (VIDEO)

In Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants holiday special 'SpaceBob MerryPants' (now available online and in-demand), SpongeBob, Sandy, and the rest of their Science Scout troop take a trip to the moon for an adventure in space. Wait…hold on a second… (Note: Once again, if you have a problem with the above premise, take a second and think of all the things […]

'SpongeBob SquarePants' Halloween Special To Haunt Nickelodeon

All Hallow's Eve is is creeping ever so close to the denizens of Bikini Bottom, and things will never look the same. Literally.  Nickelodeon will be haunting our Halloween season this year with a new stop-motion SpongeBob SquarePants special titled SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom, set to be unleashed on Friday, October 13 […]

Two Comic Book Events For Hurricane Sandy Victims

Hurricane Sandy has affected much of the comic industry. But now it seems the comics industry is fighting back. Rich Ginter has been contacting artists to donate art as part of an Art For Sandy Relief program running on eBay, to fund local charities, including the Steven Siller Tunnels to Towers foundation. Artists and art […]

Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh: The Muted Apocalypse

Adi Tantimedh writes for Bleeding Cool; So Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast of America and blew through New Jersey and New York. New Yorkers can be infamously jaded and blasé, so none of them expected it to be as bad as it got. Both New York and New Jersey neglected to invest in improving […]

Comic Shops Without Their Comics

Not everyone is as lucky as Midtown Comics in Times Square. One store in Pennsylvania that closed earlier this week due to the Hurricane but opened on Wednesday, has come to the realisation that no one knows where their week's worth of comics are. Diamond shipped most comics by UPS this week, leading to significant […]

Superman, Shane And Sandy

Shane Davis is selling some original art from the new Superman Earth One Vol.2 graphic novel with 100% of the winning bid going to the American Red Cross for Hurricane relief. He writes; Hurricane Sandy hit me very close to home both literally and figuratively. Seeing the destruction first-hand, I feel fortunate for what I […]

The Comic Industry Tweeting Through Sandy

@stevebryantart we lost all,but survived.still have my studio in Queens,be going there this week to catch up while we look for a new place. — Justa Killa Woodward (@JK_Woodward) October 31, 2012 I just realized that the massive rat population below NY is probably surfacing and got creeped the hell out — DEATH Parker (@jeffparker) […]