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Oni and Dini Stick With Jingle Bell Tradition - 18/07/2002
This coming November, Oni Press and Paul Dini sprinkle some Christmas cheer to comics fans everywhere with not one, but two(!) Jingle Belle books. JINGLE BELLE’S WINTER WINGDING is a brand-new one-shot with a new lead story by Dini and Warner Bros. animators Tony Cervone and Spike Brandt, and a back-up story by the original JINGLE BELLE artist Stephen DeStefano (LEGION, BIZARRO COMICS). It will be released simultaneously with JINGLE BELLE’S COOL YULE, a trade paperback collection of the last three Jingle Belle one-shots. It will have a new cover by POWERPUFF GIRLS and SAMURAI JACK character designer, and frequent JINGLE BELLE contributor, Lynne Naylor. (Read More)

Report from Ang Lee's Hulk - 16/07/2002
Ain't It Cool has the details on a genuine casting call sheet leaked from the set of Ang Lee's Hulk movie.
On call this day were Eric Bana as Bruce Banner, aka the (I hope they insert an "incredible" in the title)HULK , Jennifer (I dont wanna sleep with Russel Crowe while hes taking pink pills) Connelly as Betty Ross, Sam (The dude abides) Elliot as Ross, Nick (kinda strange that the guy from Cannery Row is in the hulk) Nolte as David Banner, and then some guy named Josh Lucas as Talbot.
Also on the call-sheet, confirming earlier rumours about Hulk's new origin, were dog parts, dog food and three real live, scarf-eating dogs. Well, as long as they weren't poodles.

Transformers: Armada Toys Reviewed - 14/07/2002 has reviewed four of the new Transformers: Armada toys. Visit their site to read all about Laserbeak, the Mini-Con Air Defense Team, the Mini-Con Land Military Team, and the Mini-Con Street Action Team. In related news, Dreamwave Production's awesome new Transformers: Armada series featuring the talents of writer Chris Sarracini and penciller James Raiz arrived in-store on Friday 12th July 2002. Make sure you get your copy before they're all gone!!

DC's WizardWorld Convention Photos Online - 13/07/2002
The folks over at DC Comics have posted a series of photos from their trip to the 2002 WizardWorld comic convention held in Chicago. This year the annual convention played host to tens of thousands of fans, pros, and exhibitors who were there to meet, buy everything from original art to comics to toys to lunch boxes, and generally pig out on comic books.
“Everybody was really happy to see us,” reports Batman Group Editor Bob Schreck. “Got lots of positive feedback from the fans...but the best reaction was to the BIRDS OF PREY preview we were running at the DC booth.Every time that came on, everything would stop dead and people would just stare. It was cool.”
You can take a look a this year's convention photos here.

Director of Superman vs Batman Interviewed - 12/07/2002
Wolfgang Peterson, the producer and director of the recently announced Superman vs Batman movie, has been interviewed by Ryan J. Downey on MTV News. Here's an excerpt:
"The plot is structured in a way that these two very different sides basically of the same coin have to clash at some point because they handle situations totally differently," Petersen told Downey. "For a large portion of the thing they are at each other's throats. But then, of course, because they are both crime fighters, they join forces again and fight evil."
You can read a transcript of the interview here.

Fables #1 E-Comic Available - 12/07/2002
Due to the overwhelming response to Bill Willingham's new series, FABLES, DC Comics have made issue one available online for free! You can download the 5MB e-comic from DC's website here. You'll need to have Adobe Acrobat installed to read it. FABLES is suggested for mature readers.

2000AD Summer Assault - 10/07/2002
2000 AD Prog 1300 - arriving in store soon - marks the start of the 2000 AD Summer Assault, with a line-up of stories guaranteed to excite new and long-term readers alike. 2000 AD’s new stories have a definite ‘retro’ feel, with the return of three strips which have long become classics in the history of the Galaxy’s Greatest such as Strontium Dog, The VC's and the original Rogue Trooper. (Read More)

Wood & Rolston Pound Comic Shops With New Trade Paperback - 8/07/2002
Oni Press has announced the October publication of the collected version of the hit miniseries by Brian Wood & Steve Rolston, POUNDED. Featuring a new cover by Rolston (QUEEN & COUNTRY, MEK), the trade paperback will also have the added bonus of an introduction by Kieron Dwyer (LCD, THE AVENGERS), selections from both Wood and Rolston’s sketchbooks, the online strips featured at, and a gallery of pin-ups by such punk rock punks as Jimmy Palmiotti, Eric Canete, and more. (Read More)

New Swamp Thing Movie - 6/07/2002
Coming Attractions is reporting that a new movie of DC Vertigo's series SWAMP THING is in development.
Comic book writer Steven Grant let the cat out of the bag today, letting fans know in his latest Comic Book Resources column that a new Swamp Thing movie is now in development at Warner Bros. What should get comic book fans really excited is that writer Len Wein, one of the original creators of the comic book character, has been hired to write the screenplay and that Joel Silver (The Matrix) is producing the new film.
The film, which will be the third SWAMP THING movie to be made (the first in 1982 by Wes Craven and the second in 1989), should see a return to Swamp Thing's roots in dark horror as it is reported that Wein's script will be faithful to the DC series continuity.

2000 AD artwork signed by Pitchshifter auctioned on Ebay - 3/07/2002
Eagle-eyed 2000 AD readers may have noticed that Pitchshifter, techno-metal heroes and headliners of the recent 2000 AD 25th Anniversary party at Ministry of Sound, also appeared in the special 25th Anniversary comic strip in the magazine.

Now the band have agreed to sign the original artwork page from the comic, and also a copy of the magazine it appeared in (Prog 1280, fact fans), and the whole lot will be auctioned on Ebay ( All proceeds from the auction will be going to Amnesty International, who were the charity of choice for the 25th Anniversary event, so the final buyer of the art will be helping a good cause as well as getting their hands on a unique piece of memorabilia. (Read More)

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