Hey tumblr! Thank you for the amazing support you’ve shown us regarding Emerald City Comicon and the harassment policy we posted yesterday. We’re in such a great mood that we figured, why not give away two 3-day passes to the this year’s show?
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We are giving away two 3-day Emerald City Comicon 2014 badges, to a randomly selected person who reblogs this post. Please note that Emerald City Comicon is in downtown Seattle, WA. Emerald City Comicon is held on March 28, 29, and 30, 2014. No further accommodation or transportation will be provided. When we announce the winner next week please be sure to have your Ask open so we can contact you about collecting the badges! Badges are completely transferable, so if you win you can give them to a friend.
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These references practically date this comic to the month in 2005 it was written.
From Iron Man: Hypervelocity #2 by Adam Warren and Brian Denham
Egon, for your consideration.
Media Blasters will finally be re-releasing both Godzilla vs Megalon and Destroy All Monsters to DVD and Blu-ray. Neither will have any bonus features, which were the entire reason why the previous DVDs were took off the market.
Walmart will also be selling an exclusive 2-pack with both films.
All titles are set to be released in July.
Read full specs here.
Wasn’t the translation on that last Destroy All Monsters release supposed to be garbage?
Deadshirt Is Reading… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt’s staff, contributing writers and friends-of-the-site offer their thoughts on a diverse array of comics, from name-brand cape titles to creator-owned books to webcomics.
I wrote about Afterlife With Archie #4 this week.
The Bloody Sunday Massacre was 49 years ago today in Selma, Alabama, as 600 activists and citizens from all walks of life were brutally attacked by the Alabama State Troopers as they began their walk to Montgomery, in protest of police brutality and state and federal failure to protect voting rights for African-Americans.
Much respect to friend and cohort John Lewis on this day, for his struggle and sacrifice, and for those of thousands upon thousands of our neighbors who’ve had to live in a state of fear and repression throughout our lives.
To all those in office, or on their couches, opposing contemporary efforts to pass legislation for equality— I’ll be there to piss on your graves. It’s a shame that we, as a society, still find ourselves having to fight for the most fundamental measures of equality and protection.
It’s only free.
It being my first collection of short fiction, science fiction and horror, TUG ON THE RIBBON. And this weekend it’s free for your kindle device (which also means desktop computer or phone or whatever.)
Hey, William Gibson enjoyed one of the stories, and maybe you will, too.
Brian Bolland promotional art for London comic shops Dark They Were And Golden-Eyed and Forbidden Planet
Brian Bolland is my jam.
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