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On Broadway, Spider-Man to fight a crazed Nazi made of angry bees

Villains revealed for Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark stage show - Coventry Telegraph - The Geek Files

Road trip to NYC anyone? I have waited my entire life to see in person a nazi made of bees fight Spider-Man.

Director Julie Taymor recently said Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark was not really a musical and that audiences wouldn't see the webspinning hero sing and dance in tights. She described it as more of a "circus rock'n'roll drama."

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Spider-Man clashes with a big line-up of classic comic book villains - Green Goblin, Carnage, Electro, Rhino, Swarm (pictured) and Lizard - plus a new baddie called Swiss Miss who, like a Swiss army penknife, has an array of blades and corkscrews.

Reeve Carney - the main contender for the lead role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man - sang one of the songs from the show, a haunting ballad called Rise Above, said the newspaper.

FreakAngels | Episode 0050

FreakAngels | Episode 0050 fa0050.JPG FREAKANGELS is a free, weekly, ongoing comic written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Paul Duffield.

March 27, 2009

Super Mega Comics

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SUPER MEGA was started February 2004. Everything on this site is made by me, Brett Brimmer- AKA "Johnny Smash". I'm 21 years old and in college. I live in Tucson, Arizona.

March 26, 2009

Infinite Monkey comics is making my day

Infinite Monkey Comics - Updated Weekly, Daily or Right Now (Basically Whenever You Want Us To)

This site uses keywords you choose to pull images from Flickr and words from Twitter to make randomly generated comics. For the comic below I chose "Mojo" and "jerk" and look what popped out.

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March 25, 2009

Alan Moore narrates the birth of Rorschach

The birth of Rorschach, as narrated by Alan Moore

Broken Picture Telephone

BrokenPictureTelephone.com - The Game of Miscommunication - Home

This is completely awesome. It's like a game of Pictionary and a game of Telephone got really drunk and had ugly babies.

The first person to draw a picture of that and email it to us here at the Newswire gets a Poormojo sticker of our choosing.

March 24, 2009

The New Math is pretty fun

RAISIN - NEW MATH by Craig Damrauer

Way more at the link.

A comic biography of Flannery O'Connor

stereotypist: hey i read the new biography of flannery

It's big. After the jump.

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March M.O.D.O.K. Madness!

MARCH MODOK MADNESS.

Have you ever wanted to read a blog that was nothing but different artists drawing M.O.D.O.K.? Well of course you have. And the Newswire is here to help.

M.O.D.O.K., for those of you who don't know, is the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing. Can he make pasta? No! He can only kill. Can M.O.D.O.K. fix your server? No! He is designed *only* for killing. Can he help your paramilitary science force take out Captain America? Yes. Yes he can.

March 21, 2009

FreakAngels | Episode 0049

FreakAngels | Episode 0049 fa 0049.JPG FREAKANGELS is a free, weekly, ongoing comic written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Paul Duffield.

March 16, 2009

Comics companies plan marketing boosts as Marvel asks $4 an issue

Holy recession, Batman! Comics biz takes pounding | Freep.com | Detroit Free Press
One reason for concern is the rising price of comic books. The average price of a comic book is $2.99. But Marvel Comics, the publishing company behind such costumed comic characters as Spider-Man, the X-Men and Iron Man, plans to raise the price of six of its monthly titles to $3.99, a 33% increase. "There's a lot of grumbling about it," John Krier of Krier's Comics in Modesto said about the price hike. Frier said $3.99 is bad enough, but there are $4.99 and $5.99 books, too. The $5.99 ones actually aren't so bad, he said, because they have roughly double the content, but the $4.99 ones often don't have much extra. The most popular titles, like "New Avengers," continue to sell well, he said, but customers are cutting back on other titles they buy. No such price increases have been announced at DC Comics for its main line of comic books, such as those featuring Superman, Batman or Wonder Woman. Company's comics stimulus plan Top Cow Productions, the comic-book company that produces such titles as "Witchblade" and "The Darkness," has a plan it hopes will lure comic-book readers to its titles. The company plans to give away thousands of comic books for free throughout the year at participating retailers in the United States and Canada. Each month, 25 stores in both countries will get 200 free comics.
My local comic book store owner agrees that if Diamond -- the exclusive distributor of the vast majority of comics -- gets shaky or even dies, that'll be it for a good chunk of the industry.

March 14, 2009

Robot Lincoln can't pretend anymore

Robot Lincoln -- Here Comes Madness