An Ode to DC's New 52
(to the tune of the Phineas and Ferb theme song…) There are 52 titles with number one issues DC tells the fans they will thrill ‘em So the writers and artists are wrackin’ their brain cells To find enough cool stuff to fill ‘em Like maybe… Hex is in Gotham And Hal’s not Green Lantern And Wally West has disappeared Martian Manhunter signed up with Stormwatch (Hey!) Three Justice Leagues...
Dear Apple, Can You Just Buy Hulu? Please? |... →
I second the motion.
Nerd Worlds Collide: Lego Announces DC AND Marvel... →
I am giggling like a schoolgirl! I want a whole LEGO Justice League! And LEGO dudes, if you want a superhero LEGO game designed like Heroica, etc., call the CouchGuy!
Is Netflix killing DVDs like Apple killed... →
Some good insights on Netflix and their move to separate their DVD and streaming businesses. I agree that this is a direct shot at killing the DVD — and about time, too.
DC digital comics not favorably priced | TeleRead →
Important pullquote from the article linked above, a commentary by Chris Meadows about the Websnark piece reblogged below: And there’s an elephant in the room that Burns didn’t address: Internet comic book piracy. Comic piracy is rampant on-line, and it’s easy to see why. You don’t have to OCR comic books; you just scan them, zip them, and you’re done. Anyone with a scanner can do it, and many...
Economics, Comixology, and the New 52, coming...
websnark: We have spoken about what we know so far about the DC Universe slight shift in occasional continuity around the stuff that Dan DiDio misses from when he was ten years old, the bits Geoff Johns and Jim Lee have found the perfect people to remake ever so much better than anyone has done before in the past seventy years — namely, Geoff Johns and Jim Lee — and the bits Grant Morrison has...
Praise for the Planetary Digital Omnibus... and a...
Comixology and DC Comics have released a limited edition treasure that displays all that can be right and good about digital comics. The Planetary Digital Omnibus collects all 633 pages of issues #1-27 (plus an 8-page intro story) of Warren Ellis and John Cassaday’s stories of Elijah Snow, Jakita Wagner and Drummer — the Archeologists of the Unknown. They are tasked with tracking down evidence...