Sunday June 19, 2011 9:57 am
Weekend Reading: Atlas Comics, Honey West and DC Comics
Hey, anybody see Green Lantern yet? Anyone like it? Anyone wonder why Marvel makes three movies in one year and DC Comics makes one movie every three years?
I’m traveling this weekend, so it’s a shorter run of links. (The last time I saw the Space Needle it was sticking out of Scratchy’s eye). Enjoy!
Ploog: At Vintage Hardboiled Reads, August West finds a vintage hardboiled comic book: Atlas Comics’ Police Action with art by Mike Ploog.
Abe: Francesco Francavilla shares his variant cover for September’s release of Abe Sapien - The Devil Does Not Jest #1 from Dark Horse.
Honey II: Steve Thompson at Booksteve’s Library has some similar nice feelings about the Honey West comic book.
DC: Beau Smith weighs in on the upcoming DCU changes.
Reboot: Ricky Sprague at Project Child Murdering Robot has an opinion about the DC Universe and their newest reboot.
And finally, if you’re trying to take money away from writer Jeff Mariotte, he’s not having it.
Now use your internets responsibly!
[Artwork: Honey West]
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