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Fringe’s “Other Side” Comics to See our Side?

Early this year Geoff Johns (Green Lantern, Brightest Day) was promoted to Chief Creative Officer for DC Entertainment. Aside from writing some of the best books at DC, Johns was put in charge of finding ways to infuse the characters of the DC Universe into all faucets of entertainment including: TV, Movies, Animation and Video Games. Rather than whore their character to the highest bidder it seems that he has tried to infuse comic book culture into the mainstream.

Perhaps one of the least talked about examples of this has been character of Dr. Sheldon Cooper and his Green Lantern themed T-Shirts on the Big Bang Theory. Whether the shows has popularity amongst comic fans or not it has succeeded in making fans of the show ask about the shirts and there meaning.

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Boom! Starts The Armory Wars

THE AMORY WARS is the story of Claudio Kilgannon, son of Coheed and Cambria, the subjects of a privately developed anti-terrorist unit. The insidious Supreme Tri-mage Wilhelm Ryan, self-proclaimed ruler of Heaven’s Fence, a network of 78 planets, sets forth to decimate those that could stand in his way, including Coheed, Cambria and their children. Claudio must discover his role in this galactic turmoil and come to terms with his own growth in worlds that are always changing. THE AMORY WARS is the story behind the band Coheed and Cambria’s music, and fans have tried to unlock the true course of events encrypted in the lyrics since the band first debuted.

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Time Bomb Coming From Gray & Palmiotti

May 20, 2010, Los Angeles, CA – Radical Publishing proudly presents Time Bomb, the newest Sci-Fi/Action thriller from acclaimed creators Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray (Jonah Hex, Power Girl), now available to order in the May 2010 edition of Diamond Previews. Featuring interior art by award-winning industry favorite Paul Gulacy, Time Bomb takes the action and adventure of science fiction and throws it back into the explosive era of wartime Germany.

Time Bomb begins beneath the streets of modern day Berlin, where archeologists accidently activate the Omega Bomb, Hitler’s ultimate doomsday weapon designed to wipe out the human race. Now, equipped with state-of-the-art weapons and equipment, a group of specialists must travel one day back through time to stop the bomb from ever going off. However, they quickly discover that rather than going back as intended, they’ve been sent back into the heart of Germany, in the midst of World War II. Now it’s up to them to save the human race on a ticking clock before the bomb is even set and in the backdrop of war.

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Fraggle Rock #1 Sells Out at the Distributor Level

Los Angeles, CA (May 19, 2010) – Archaia proudly announced today that copies of Fraggle Rock #1 have sold out at the distributor level. (Copies may still be available at local comic book shops.) Additional copies of issue #1 are being sent to Diamond Comic Distributors now to meet the demand.
“We’ve been overwhelmed with the positive response to Fraggle Rock, and I’m so excited that the first book of the Archaia/Jim Henson Company partnership has flown off the shelves so quickly!” said Archaia Editor-in-Chief Stephen Christy. “Archaia is focused on long-term, generational brand building, and Fraggle Rock is one such property that allows us to bridge the gap between the generation that grew up with the original TV show and a new generation of kids, some of whom have never read comics before. Working with The Jim Henson Company is a thrill and an honor, and we hope to continue this success with future Henson comic books, including The Dark Crystal.”    

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Archaia Press Preview: Beronas War

Cute and cuddly on the outside, but malevolent to the core, the Ele-Alta and Cropones will continue to battle even at the risk of extinction! After two races claim the same piece of land, words turn to rage, rage turns to battle and a battle turns to war. The island of Berona will claim countless lives and lay witness to the horrors that greed has to offer!

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Kane and Lynch Get a Comic

Gaming’s Two Most Notorious Criminals Immortalized in the Pages of DC Comics’ Newest Series

COPENHAGEN (May 13, 2010) — IO Interactive, part of Square Enix Europe, is pleased to confirm a partnership with DC Comics to produce a comic book series based on Kane & Lynch™. Not for the fainthearted, the brutal storyline explores some of Kane & Lynch’s criminal past. The comic will be produced by DC’s WildStorm imprint with the first issue launching this August.

“We could not be happier about this partnership and expansion into comics. Who better to work with than DC Comics?” said Niels Jørgensen, general manager of IO Interactive. “We hope the comic book world is ready for the violent mayhem of Kane & Lynch.”

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Oni Press Free Comic Book

Did you miss Oni-Press’ The Sixth Gun #1. Chances are you probably did since it was one of their Free Comic Book Day issues and all the issues were given out. Fortunately for you Oni is giving you two ways to read the issue via their website. You can read the issue online or you can download the PDF as well. Oni is releasing a new printing of the first issue and is encouraging fans to reserve their copy from their local comic book shop.

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Fantasy and Comic Artist Frank Frazetta Passes Away

Legendary fantasy and comic artist Frank Frazetta has passed away due to a stroke on May 10 2010. He was 82 years old.

“A New York City native whose career began in the comic book field at the end of the Golden Age, Frazetta was best known for his fantasy illustrations. From his character and genre-defining run of cover images depicting sword-and-sorcery hero Conan The Barbarian to his own haunting Death Dealer painting and character, the artist found immense popularity across a wide spectrum of fans. From fantasy buffs to heavy metal bands and from comic collector’s to western enthusiasts, Frazetta’s paintings not only inspired many imitators and followers but also made him incredibly popular and comparatively wealthy for a creator in the field of genre art.” Source CBR

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DC Comics Batman Previews

DC had it’s own set of previews this week for its Batman release. Bruce Wayne’s highly anticipated return begins this week. Grant Morrison and Chris Sprouse begin the mini-series with Cave-Man Bruce. It seems that you can take the Bat out of time but not out of the man. Six issue series finds Bruce displaced from the Omega Effect and forced to travel to his rightful time. The only question about this series is will Bruce give up the role of Batman much like Steve Rogers has done?

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Marvel Previews and Sneak Peeks

Marvel release a slew of previews for it’s title releases this week. Join us as we take a stroll through the previews and new releases this week.

First up we have Deadpool Corps #3. I’ll be honest, I have no idea why this book exists or even why people are so in love with Deadpool right now. Every Deadpool book purchased put money in Rob Liefeld’s bank account and that’s one of comics deadly sins. For those who are interested in the book written by Victor Gischler and draw by Liefeld, the title ships this week. Dead Dog, or whatever that thing wearing the Deadpool mask is, must save the Dead family from Nukes, Aliens or whatever ridiculous scenario conjured up to see issues. 

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