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Mark Steven Johnson on Daredevil movie - 21/03/2002 has posted an interview with Mark Steven Johnson, the writer and director for the upcoming Daredevil movie! Johnson discusses his plans for the movie, casting choices and which comics he still likes to read.
Shooting on the movie, which will feature such favourites from DD's world as Bullseye, Elektra and Kingpin, commences this week.

Chimera by Brandon Peterson - 21/03/2002
Brandon Peterson, artist on Crossgen's Mystic, has announced he will be teaming up with Ron Marz to create a new, four-issue mini-series named Chimera. Expected late in 2002, the entire mini-series will be fully digitally painted by Peterson himself.

"This book is the culmination of my dozen years learning what I could about comics," Peterson said. "With it, I'm taking what I've learned about penciling, inking, and coloring and seamlessly blending them together to create something incredibly unique and different than anything ever seen in my past."

If you're into hard science-fiction and powerful villains, vast space armadas and the awakening of a dead alien civilization sounds like your sort of thing then take a look at the full story on

Captain America #1 Sneak Peek - 20/03/2002
ZENtertainment has managed to bag a sneak-peek at the new Captain America series by John Cassaday (Planetary) and John Ney Rieber (Books of Magic)! In this new, ongoing Marvel Knights title, Cap must deal with the way America - and the world - has changed in the aftermath of 9/11. Look for it around the end of April!

Eagle Award Winners Announced - 18/03/2002
The winners of the 2002 Eagle Awards have been announced. With votes from 30 countries, the winners of this year's coveted awards include:
  • Favourite Colour Comicbook: JSA
  • Favourite New Comicbook of 2000: Ultimate Spider-Man
  • Favourite Comics Writer: Alan Moore
  • Favourite Comics Editor: Andy Diggle (Mighty Tharg: 2000 AD)
  • Favourite Manga Comic: Lone Wolf and Cub
Head over to Silverbullet Comics for a full list of this year's Eagle Award Winners.

Elektra Overload! - 7/03/2002
Elektra fans rejoice! Marvel Comics has announced the imminent release of a new Elektra four-issue mini-series this July. Written and fully painted by Scott Morse (Ancient Joe, Soulwind and Magic Pickle) ELEKTRA: GLIMPSE AND ECHO is a moody tale that sees Elektra investigating an ancient ninja menace from beyond the grave!

In related news, the Elektra regular series will be revamped this June courtesy of a new art team featuring Carlo Pagulayan (penciler) and ace inker Danny Miki (GHOST RIDER, Spawn). They will join regular writer Greg Rucka who has been signed on for another 12 issues. For even more Elektra goodness, take a look at this awesome interview with Rucka on

X-Force to mutate? - 4/03/2002
Hero Realm has the scoop. X-Force writer Peter Milligan and artist Mike Allred have shaken up comics fandom by releasing a mock-up vision of things to come for their X-team. Is it a glimpse of the future or just wishful thinking? See for yourself.

Woods wins Spectrum Awards - 2/03/2002
Australian born artist Ashley Wood, whose portifolio includes work on movies, video games, the rare Cyclone Comics Quarterly and Todd McFarlane's Hellspawn , has won two GOLD Spectum Awards. The awards, in the advertising category, are for his work on Popbot and Luwona Angry. Its great to see this awesome, homegrown artist getting the recognition he deserves.

Tom Lyle on Breaking In - 1/03/2002
Tom Lyle (artist for MUTANT X, Robin and the WARLOCK mini-series) has written an article for Silver Bullet Comics detailing his experiences breaking into the industry. He writes about taking sample pages to as many editors as he could, learning from mistakes and an incident in which Lama Hama advises him to "quit drawing". A good read for anyone considering a career in the field. Check it out.

Hopeless Savages Trade-paperback - 1/03/2002
Onipress has announced that the first HOPELESS SAVAGES mini-series will be released in trade-paperback format in June 2002.
"HOPELESS SAVAGES is one of those homegrown Oni projects. Jen Van Meter, the series creator, began developing it with us, she debuted the characters in our first COLOR SPECIAL, and it has only gotten bigger from there. And everyone involved has been an Oni perennial."
Along with the four issue mini-series, the trade-paperback will also feature a 16-page color section with the stories from the two COLOR SPECIALs and the online comic strips.To coincide with the release, Oni will also be debuting the second full-length HOPELESS SAVAGES miniseries subtitled GROUND ZERO.

Also coming from Oni this May will be the release of Dan Brereton’s fully painted NOCTURNALS: THE DARK FOREVER and THE ADVENTURES OF BARRY WEEN, BOY GENIUS 4: GORILLA WARFARE, featuring the second half of Judd Winick’s recent MONKEY TALES miniseries.

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie - 23/02/2002
20th Century Fox has closed a deal with Sean Connery to appear in the Steve Norrington-directed movie of Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neil's 'League of Extraordinary Gentelmen'. The Hollywood Reporter has the full story.

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