Ever wanted to be a super-hero? Well, now you can!! Sort-of, the new DC online game allows you to create your own superhero which you can then used in the game itself. The vid shows alot of customization to your charater. Looks like fun for many many hours.
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What kind of a Geek would I be if I don’t attend the NYCC when I get the chance. It’s my first in NY and it sure did not disappoint. The largest Con I attend was Dragon Con in Atlanta back a couple years ago. The NYCC is close to being that but still has all the wiz-bang you expect from a great convention. The focus this time is more on the Fans rather than showcasing up-coming shows or announcement like the San Diego CC (which I will try my hardest to attend next year). the number of comic artists on-site were simply amazing, even my all time favorite artist Brian Bolland was there.
This was something to remember and hopefully to be revisited again and again. I really hope the digital age will never kill comics or else the comic con of the future will be like attending a bestbuy store.
Woohoo, it seems that the DVD release of the new Hulk movie will contain 70mins of extra footage. The source came from the director himself. Check it out in this article.
To celebrate 30 years of Elfquest, you can now read the entire comic collection for free. Check it out here.
Chris Appelhans is a talented artist and illustrator. He wrote the music and illustration to this superman clip. You have to check out his website for more fabulous illustrations.
I wish I had a comic collection like John P. Borger, who have kindly donated his entire collection of 40,000 comics to University of Minnesota Elmer Anderson Library. It’s a really good read, check it our here.