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Saturday October 20, 2012 5:30 pm
Weekend Reading: Marvel, David Lloyd, Mattotti and Sexy Batgirl
What a crazy week! Here's a bunch of stuff you might've missed.
Writer Sean Howe talks about his new book, Marvel Comics: The Untold Story with Salon’s Panio Gianopoulos.
David Lloyd talks about his new venture, Aces Weekly. It looks like there's a lot of good stuff over at his site.
Michael Sporn posts a great selection of artwork by Lorenzo Mattotti.
I loved Tom Spurgeon’s interview with Frank Young and David Lasky on their new graphic novel, The Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song.
At Longbox Graveyard, Paul O’Connor reopens The Tomb of Dracula, the epic horror comic from Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan: “After experimenting both with single-issue stories and a multi-part Doctor Sun min-epic, Tomb of Dracula found its footing with a series of small and personal stories that showcase the strengths of this series.”
Tony Isabella reviews the second episode of Arrow, the new TV series based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow.
Have you ever seen Batgirl out of her batsuit? Rock Baker has at A Slice of Cheesecake. (sfw)
Mystery novelist Bill Crider likes Roland Dirges’ Lenore.
And finally, that’s a lot of James Bond book covers. I'm surprised that so many of them do not go with the traditional Bond girl movie aesthetic.
Now, go and use your internets responsibly!
[Artwork: Aces Weekly]
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