new stuff coming down the line-
DC Legacies #5
Written by LEN WEIN
Art by GEORGE PEREZ & SCOTT KOBLISH and WALTER SIMONSON with SCOTT KOLINS
Cover by GEORGE PEREZ
1:25 Variant cover by WALTER SIMONSON
Red Skies hang over the entire DC Universe as each and every hero on Earth gathers for what will be the first in a series of universe-spanning Crises!
Meanwhile, Walter Simonson helps us shift the focus from Earth to the heroes of outer space - and beyond!
On sale SEPTEMBER 15 * 5 of 10 * 40 pg, FC $3.99 US
And in October-
MARVEL SUPER HEROES #7
Written by PAUL TOBIN
Penciled and inked by SCOTT KOBLISH
Cover by CLAYTON HENRY
It's action far beneath the ocean's waves, when the White Spider takes Iron Man hostage, and the Black Widow is forced to trespass into Prince Namor's domain in a desperate bid to save Tony Stark's life! And just who is the Sub-Mariner's very unexpected prisoner?
32 PGS./ MARVEL ADVENTURES/All Ages ...$2.99
SVA Gallery show this fall-
In October, SVA is having an art exhibit focusing on comic book artwork by SVA alumni.
Here's the press release from the School of Visual of Arts:
"Coming This Fall—Ink Plots: The Tradition of the Graphic Novel at SVA
October 9 - November 7, 2010
Visual Arts Gallery
601 West 26 Street, 15th Floor
New York City
It’s been three decades since legendary cartoonist and former SVA faculty member Will Eisner coined the term "graphic novel," and since then the format has grown steadily in popularity and critical acclaim. The graphic novel’s success is especially noteworthy as other print media have struggled for an audience in the face of blogs, Facebook pages and iPhone apps. Curated by Marshall Arisman, chair of the MFA Illustration as Visual Essay Department, and Thomas Woodruff, chair of the BFA Illustration and Cartooning Department, this exhibition of published works and original art by SVA alumni helps explain the format’s enduring appeal."
I'll post more as it develops. The gallery opening is set up so that it overlaps with the New York Comic Book Convention. I'm still mulling over attending, but will probably decide not to. It would likely take up too much of Violet's school-time, and we're already going to be traveling the week before. Since I'll be going to the Long Beach Convention three weeks after the NY con, I don't know if it's worth it. I'd rather focus on the work I've lined up in the fall.