Oct. 7th, 2017

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Most characters in "Usagi Yojimbo" have a hard time dealing with Kitsuné the fox thief and her thieving antics because she is at the same time selfish and endearing. In my last post, I showed how much exasperation Tomoe Ame with her strong moral code went through. This three-parter, "The Thief and the Kunoichi", pits Kitsuné against an oh-so-serious ninja, and the result is equally funny, if not outright hilarious.



I'm going to kill you, woman! )

Part 2 tomorrow.
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"It was a dirty deal, and the fact that there are people who want to rationalize it by saying, "Well, Alan Moore wrote League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Lost Girls, and those books used other writers's characters, so how is this any different?" just shows that truth is a sadly devalued currency. It's different because Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons negotiated, in good faith, a deal that would have allowed them to retain the rights to Watchmen.

And yes, the characters in Watchmen were inspired by characters like Peacemaker, Thunderbolt and The Question. We know that, because Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons told us as much. Had they kept that inspiration quiet – would anyone anywhere have mistaken Watchmen for something published by Charlton Comics? Dr. Manhattan is no more the same character as Captain Atom as Captain Marvel is Superman or Blue Beetle is Spider-Man."
-- Eric Stephenson

Image under the cut... )
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"I've been a fanatic for a long time for old crime movies and old crime novels. But it started with the movies. And the old Cagney movies. Bogart and all that. I loved just how the morals of the stories are. They're all about right and wrong. But in Sin City in particular I wanted them all to happen to in a world where virtuous behavior was rare, which greatly resembled the world I lived in. It's kinda like the old Rolling Stones song, where every cop's a criminal, and all the sinners are saints, where the lowlifes would often be heroic, and the most stridently beautiful and sweet women would be prostitutes. I wanted it to be a world out of balance, where virtue is defined by individuals in difficult situations, not by an overwhelming sense of goodness that was somehow governed by this godlike Comics Code."

- Frank Miller


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Those at NYCC this weekend saw the first episode of Hulu's new Runaways series.

The rest of us will have to settle for...

The trailer which was just released )

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