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BOTP: The Science Of Ninja G-Force - 28/07/2002
Patrick Macias has written an article that takes a nostalgic look back at the adventures of the science ninja of G-Force on Animerica. He makes an interesting comparison between the Americanised version of Battle Of The Planets which most of us will be familiar with (and which has recently been re-released by Rhino Home Video on DVD and VHS) and the original Tatsunoko Productions' Science Ninja Team Gatchaman.
The Americanized BOTP didn't much at first look like what we've come to think of today when we think of "anime." If anything, the show's art style, with "men in tights" costumes and muscular protagonists, owed as much to American superhero comics as it did to previous Tatsunoko Pro. shows like Speed Racer (which had already been shown in the USA in the late sixties).
BOTP is also the deserving subject of a new comic series being produced by Alex Ross and Top Cow Productions. It really was an unforgettable series.

Brian Hurtt To Illustrate New Queen & Country Spin-Off Series - 26/07/2002
Since its debut in 2001, QUEEN & COUNTRY has been one of Oni Press’ most popular and acclaimed titles, with accolades including being chosen as the Best New Series by NinthArt.com and getting nominated for four Eisner Awards. This November, Oni and Greg Rucka will debut the first spin-off series, QUEEN & COUNTRY: DECLASSIFIED. This three issue miniseries takes place two decades prior to the regular series, and focuses on Director of Operations Paul Crocker when he became Minder Two of the Special Section of the British secret service. The series will feature painted covers by Scott Morse (ELEKTRA: GLIMPSE AND ECHO). The interior black-and-white artwork is by SKINWALKER’s Brian Hurtt, who QUEEN & COUNTRY fans will remember from his comics debut as the penciller of #s 5-7 of the series. (Read More)

Affleck on Reactions to Daredevil - 24/07/2002
Ben Affleck, who will star in the upcoming DAREDEVIL film, has spoken to Sci Fi Wire about the reaction of some comic fans to the adaption of the Marvel Comics series.
"On the Internet, people hated the X-Men idea-and I was one of them-until it came out. It's one of those things where you have to just see it. The Internet is a place where everybody gets to be a critic, and inherently you're not going to get something with uniformity. We stayed very close to the actual comic book, so if you were a fan of the comic book, you'll actually like the movie. We sort of erred on that side, which I think was a good way to go."
DAREDEVIL is aimed to be released in February 2003, although minor delays have been reported in shooting some of the film's action sequences.

Jhonen Vasquez Announces New Full-Color Storybook - 22/07/2002
Bouncing right back after the untimely cancellation of his awesome cartoon series INVADER ZIM, diabolical comic genius Jhonen Vasquez is back in the saddle doing what he does best. EVERYTHING CAN BE BEATEN is a new twenty-four page, 6 by 5" full-color storybook by Vasquez, scheduled to arrive in store August 2002, that tells the story of IT, a stranger in a paradise with a mind to deal out a few clobberings. Read on for the press release from Slave Labor Graphics and sample images from EVERYTHING CAN BE BEATEN. (Read More)

Reading Room Update - 20/07/2002
The Graphic Action Reading Room has just been updated with five big new titles. Grab a cup of cocoa and take a peek at:Enjoy!

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
TFormers.com 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.

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