Saturday, June 02, 2007

Still not all of the backlog

DC
What doomed the new Batwoman from the start

OH YES TUESDAY NIGHT GREAT

SCARY WIMMENS AWARDS

Justice Society of America 6

Pulse interviews Tony Bedard

ARE THEY CRAZY???

Wonder Woman 1 through 7: OH! Now I get it --

H4H
The Many Moods of Heroes for Hire

Heroes 4 Hentai

Heroes for Hire versus Birds of Prey #108

More on the matter of the day

More Sana Takeda Art

Marvel Editor in Chief: Comics Are Neither Art Nor a Medium for Telling Stories

Some People

Untitled

Of Inhuman Bondage

Mary Jane
Adam Hughes on ass (Probably only of interest to M)

Hughes Discusses Mary Jane

Missed it: Adam Hughes speaks on the Mary Jane Statue!

More on the matter of the day

Spider-sexism at it's finest.

First-time poster.

Multiple
Chatter of a thousand cowards.

Holiday Blogosphere responses to Joe Q

This Week's Comics Reviews

Movies
Lay Off Elektra!

Superhero package causes mass panic.

Patty-Jo Returns!

Nymphet
Nymphet Post Mortem

NYMPHET controversy rears adorable head

Action Girl

Wow…Some Other Publisher beat Marvel in Creepiness!

6 comments:

Elayne said...

Can I plug my most recent ComicMix column (from last Wednesday), since I know you're not through with your backlog yet? It's my two cents, such as it were, on reaction to the "tentacle porn" stuff.

Jon Tsuei said...

Thanks for the link.

Ragnell said...

Elayne -- I got it with the post after this one!

Jon -- NP.

Erica Well said...

On a geek tangent -- (and I know I probably missed something cause I just don't read much Marvel anymore)

I'm confused. Are the silly H4H cover tentacles supposed to be the Brood? I've read that mentioned in a few posts and columns but I remember the Brood as insectoids (and Aliens rip-off) NOT sea monster type creatures ...?

Ragnell said...

Erica -- Yeah, that's supposed to be the Brood. They got a foreign artist who didn't know what the Brood looked like.

Or what a black woman looked like.

Erica Well said...

Ay bendito. Talk about editorial dropping the ball.

I wish Archie Goodwin were still alive. The industry could so use a conference on editorial protocols and perimeters.