When I was a young lad, my Mummy and Daddy told me that when I got older I'd be able to do what Robert, Van, and Brett did to this story. DC Comics published it in July, 2015. And yes! That's correct. They did sneak it into Russia during the cold war.
Comics and graphic novels have gained recognition in pop culture circles for quite some time. Marvel Film's constant blockbusters and the TV adaptation of "The Walking Dead" crush viewership records on near annual schedules. Graphic novels such as Watchmen, Blackhole, and the more recent, Saga have garnered praise for artistic merit and literary value. Comic book culture is now a large chunk of pop culture, even for those who don't see it. If you and your friends are comic and graphic novel fans, throw a party and bring these works of art off the page.
When I was a young lad, my Mummy and Daddy told me that when I got older I'd be able to do what Geoff and Jason did to this story. DC Comics published it in July, 2015. And yes! That's correct. They did have the audacity to fold it into a paper hat and wear it at a party.
The worlds of weed and super powers collide head-on in our new ongoing comic-strip, Stoners, created by Tzvi Lebetkin! Now what would the sub-culture of marijuana look like in a world full of meta-powered-people streaking through the sky? With very limited option when his powers suddenly manifest themselves, Seth Lewis finds out the hard way! And before he knows it, sees what happens when he’s transferred to a POWERS SCHOOL - which for many would be a dream come true. But as we all know, reality is never as great as we would think it is, is it? And the downside's become far more obvious for him very-very quickly. That is, until an unexpected option falls into Seth's lap. The option to join…The Stoners!
Do you know what connects together the Smurfs, George Lucas, and Will Eisner's Spirit? What? How on earth did you know that my mate Stephan connected them all together? Oh! You've already seen the title of this interview, and guessed that he created the comic book, Silver? Fair enough. So all you have to do now is read on.
Get ready, convention fans, HawaiiCon is here, and it has all the attractions the biggest conventions have on offer, such as a long roster of celebrities, panels, workshops, special events, cosplay contests, plus a few more elements that set's it apart from most small cons. It is going to take place on one of the most beautiful beaches in the country, where you can wake up with a swim or snorkel and bump into your fave celebrities doing the same.
As the dust settles in July, 2015, you gaze deep in to the ragged, rocky ruins that were once your home, anticipating the arrival of the next tale of space drama from DC Comics. And lo, do your eyes deceive you? Is that Jeff Parker staggering out of the darkness? But he's not alone. Behind him are . . . could it be Travel Foreman and Jeromy Cox? No, maybe it's an extradimensional horde transcending the walls of reality that keep us safe? No, no. You were right the first time. It's the new creative team for JLU.
Over recent years, bullying and body shaming have become a huge issue. Really, it's not just in the cosplay world but life in general. It seems like every time you, me, or whoever, turns around, negative and hurtful words are being thrown up in the air like deadly spears. Those things hurt! They hurt a lot. And it takes a lot of energy and courage to go outside in the big wide world with a costume on, that you may, or may not, have made yourself.
Both Scott Lobdell and Paolo Pantalena think that July of 2015 is the perfect time for a trip around the world. So come on, pack your bags, grab your passports, and let's get ready for Paris! You know the drill: fine wines, beautiful Mademoiselles, stunning views, and a fight for your life against a pack of killer mimes. What? Didn't you know that killer mimes are Paris’ biggest attraction?
Are you a superhero in search of an airtight secret identity? No need to take an entry-level photographer job at the city paper or start your own multi billion dollar company. Just hide out in the last place anyone would look: the world of online comic book creation! All you need is a really good idea and a passion for comics. You might also want to invest in a good pair of bifocals so your enemies can’t find you.
When I was a young lad, my Mummy and Daddy told me that when I got older I'd be able to do what Scott and Greg did to this story. DC Comics published it in July, 2015. And yes! That's correct. They did use this precautionary tale to get revenge on Elmer Fudd for what he did to Bugs Bunny. Doc!