Baltimore Comic-Con Recap: Scored some original art.

  • Fables 75, pages 34-35 by Mark Buckingham
  • Marvel 1985 2, page 3 by Tommy Lee Edwards
  • Guardians of the Galaxy by Chris Giarrusso
  • Deadpool 23 variant cover by Chris Giarrusso
  • Avengers by Chris Giarrusso
  • Speed Comics 26, pages 17-22—complete “Girl Commandos” story
  • Rocket Raccoon by Chris Giarrusso
  • Bufkin by Bill Willingham
  • Krypto by Franco
  • Mary Marvel by Jeff Shultz
The Wolf Among Us is coming to retail on PS4, PS3, PSVita, Xbox 360 and XBone this November!

So glad I didn’t pick it up a couple of weeks ago on the PSN sale!

Death of the Endless: sister of Destiny, Dream, Destruction, Desire, Delirium, and Despair…and Vivka looks pretty amazing in this cosplay!

Check out the awesome set on cosplaydeviants.com, and if you aren’t yet a member you can use her name VIVKA at sign up and get 50% off your first month!

Photo by Corwin Prescott.
Makeup by Xanthia Pink.
Leggings by Sophi Reaptress.

This is seriously one of the best purchases I have made in a long time. I believe this was Grant Morrison’s first American work (please correct me if I’m wrong), and it set the stage for a brilliant career. Animal Man was the beginning of Morrison doing what he does best—making you give a shit about characters you forgot about or never knew existed.

Director Neil Marshall spoke to Collider about CONSTANTINE (and other topics), but what struck a nerve with geeks was this:

COLLIDER: Can John Constantine smoke on TV?

MARSHALL: No we’re not. It’s the one thing, a compromise I guess. On network it’s the one thing you can’t smoke on network. That’s one of his character traits. We’re working around that. We’re trying to get aspects of it in there as much as possible. We’ll see.

A couple of things I’d like to point out here. First off, look at the way he answered the question. He seems to be conscious of this being an issue, so that’s a good thing. It’s always nice when creators know their source material. Second, Marshall is only directing one episode—the pilot. There could be much more the he may not be aware of storywise & they could bring the lung cancer in as a flashback/backstory as well as John being cured by the Lords of Hell.

All hope is not lost.

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Bill Willingham’s Fables. Such an amazing series. If you aren’t reading it already, what wrong with you?

Getting a friend hooked on Fables would be an excellent thing to do this holiday season.. in fact, you’d be doing them a favor! Especially if they’re fans of Once Upon a Time, Grimm, Beauty & the Beast (I think I just threw up in my mouth a little), or fairy tales in general. Let them see how good the genre can be when it’s done right!

If you can’t get them through your LCS, Amazon has great prices on these deluxe hardcovers, naturally:

Check out some other Geexmas gift ideas!

Up close & personal with a Glen Fabry Hellblazer painting.

"This is the one story that we never got to tell," Gaiman told The New York Times today. "In SANDMAN #1, Morpheus is captured somehow. Later on in the series, you learn he was returning from somewhere far, far away - but we never got to the story of what he was doing and what had happened. This is our chance to tell that story, and J.H. Williams III is drawing it. It’s the most beautiful thing in the world.”