Oct. 22nd, 2009

[identity profile] skund.insanejournal.com
I hope this is allowed. One page from the Batman/Doc Savage preview backup in Superman Blackest Night #3.

Click... )
[identity profile] kusonaga.insanejournal.com
Here's a little something something for all you Millennium-loving readers out there: issue #9 of the Ostrander Suicide Squad series tied into little post-COIE crossover event and features the rank and file of DC villainy going up against the Manhunters. Alternatively, this post may be considered the 'Ballad of Slipknot'. Slipknot is an old Fury of Firestorm (penned at the time by Ostrander) foe, natch.

Round about four pages out of a 22-page tale. Credits go to John Ostrander on writing and Luke McDonnell on the pencils. Scans belong to two fellows operating under the nom de geurre of HaCsA and Grundy.

[identity profile] cyberghostface.insanejournal.com
Some people wanted me to post  EC stories for Halloween. I am writing to say that I will no longer be able to do this because of the "1/3 per story" rule. Since most of the stories are six pages, posting only two of them would be pointless in my opinion. So that's that.

That being said, I had a few stories left, so if someone else wants to post them let me know and I can send you the scans. In particular, on Halloween I was going to post Ray Bradbury's The October Game, which some of you might be familar with. I have no idea how to make it work given the limits but if someone else wanted to give it a shot, I'd be more than happy to help set you up. 

For legality...

[identity profile] starwolf_oakley.insanejournal.com
I've decided to try to get into the Bendis/Maleev DAREDEVIL run. I know some of the basics (Matt is revealed as Daredevil, Matt gets married, Matt becomes the new Kingpin, Matt has *another* nervous breakdown, Matt ends up in federal prison) but not all of how we got from A to B to C to D.

Anyway, one part I never quite understood about Matt Murdock being revealed as Daredevil (for the third time?) was how anyone *could* reveal that. The Kingpin made sure no one in his organization knew besides him.

Who knew what and when. )
[identity profile] geoffsebesta.insanejournal.com
Hello there, I would like to present to you two works, or perhaps one and a half. The first is Gil Kane's classic Superman story, "Behold, the Ultimate Man!" The second is my 24-hour comic where I attempted to redraw and retell the story, with mixed success.

I don't know how easy this will be to read -- you're reading two things at once, and it can be confusing. There is a lot of writing below. Take your time and please feel free to respond to only part instead of the whole.

Superman Special #1: "Behold! The Ultimate Man!" 44 pages, of which the equivalent of 14 are reproduced below interwoven with 24 pages of hasty reinterpretation.

Read more... )
[identity profile] suzene.insanejournal.com
Title: Beasts of Burden #2 - "Lost" (Dark Horse, 2009, 24 pages)
Creators: Evan Dorkin (writing) and Jill Thompson (art)
Availability: On sale now -- Previous installments available online

I wanted to save this for Halloween Week, but...

Good book -- deserves your money.


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