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Emanata: Cartoonists, Moment By Moment

There’s a little trend in comics blogs that’s turned up over the past few months: Tumblrs devoted to a specific creator’s work, reprinting a single panel or a single page at a time, out of their original context. A Moment of Moore, one of the more prominent ones, is dedicated to Alan Moore’s work. Whoever’s maintaining it has been …

Five Great Free Comics For Your iPad

So you stood in line (or waited for the delivery person), and now you’ve got your iPad 2, and you’ve heard how good comics look on it. Still, you want to take a look at some good stuff before you start running up a hefty Apple Store bill. Here are five awesome comics that won’t cost you a cent.

1. The Walking Dead #1

The Robert …

The Comic Book Club: Night Animals and Batman Inc.

This is what happens when Techland goes to the comic book store: we end up discussing what we picked up. This week, Evan Narcisse, Graeme McMillan and Douglas Wolk talk about Brecht Evens’ Night Animals and the third issue of Batman Inc.

EVAN: I didn’t know anything about Night Animals when Douglas suggested it, except that he …

“All-Star Superman,” The Movie: A Roundtable Review

The All-Star Superman movie comes out today: a 75-minute, PG-rated, direct-to-video animated feature, based on the celebrated Grant Morrison/Frank Quitely miniseries from a few years back, and starring James Denton as Superman and Clark Kent, and Christina Hendricks as Lois Lane. Douglas Wolk, Evan Narcisse and Graeme McMillan–the …

Emanata: Ten Comics We’re Still Waiting For

We’ve been making note of some of the major comics projects due out in 2011–keep an eye out for a preview of what’s coming up next year on Techland in a couple of weeks. But there are also a handful of projects we’re dying to see that have been in the works for months or years, and aren’t officially scheduled yet. Here are a few …

The Secret of “All-Star Superman”

Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s superb All-Star Superman appears in an oversized “Absolute” hardcover edition this week. It’s one of the best Superman stories ever created–a beautiful encapsulation of everything that’s great about the character. As with a lot of Morrison’s work, it’s also filled with tiny details that don’t call …

Comics on Our Pull List 9/15/10

I think, Stan help me, that this is going to be a light week. Finally. I could use the slack to help offset my fantasy football dues which I can tell already won’t be paying off. But just because my brown paper bag won’t be bursting doesn’t mean it won’t be a good week. Here are some books I’m looking forward to.

Morning Glories …

The New Batman Status Quo: Less Dark, More White Collar

Grant Morrison has been talking about what to expect from Batman, Inc., his new fall-launching series that takes place after The Return On Bruce Wayne and sees the Dark Knight rebrand himself and his community. In an interview with the LA Times’ Hero Complex blog, he expressed his view of a more cultured, less screwed-up Bruce Wayne than …

Grant Morrison Announces “Batman Inc.” At Comic-Con

And we thought DC wouldn’t have any big announcements this time. Grant Morrison’s back-to-back panels Friday afternoon–his own spotlight followed by the Batman panel–saw the announcement of Morrison’s new Batman series, Batman, Inc.

It will debut after the Grant Morrison/David Finch one-shot, Batman: The Return, which will debut …

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