Well it looks like Ken Penders is gonna try to sue Paramount this time, REALLY hope he does and loses everything,than maybe the comics could use Scourge again.
Oh yes, I've head about this book. I've seen some comic creators, like Kurt Busiek, talk about it on Twitter. I should add the audiobook to my wishlist.I read the synopsis of this comic, and it basically said, "Make sure @ThatNickGuy knows about this," so here I am.
It’s 1975 and the comic book industry is struggling, but Carmen Valdez doesn’t care. She’s an assistant at Triumph Comics, which doesn’t have the creative zeal of Marvel nor the buttoned-up efficie…www.alexsegura.com
And hopefully unlike "Batman the Audio Adventures", ALL of it will be downloaded on podcast services, instead of only the first two eps with the rest you have to watch on a god damn streaming service.
Yeah, they messed up kindle too, including the ability to select the prime first look books through your phone. I am pretty sure it is due to legal disputes but I haven't read any of the news on it.A short thread on my struggles to just buy some comics on Comixilogy.
I didn't say it on Twitter, but I pirated them, anyway, to read on ComicRack. Because the new Comixology's reader is shit. I just wanted to support the creator.
ohnoanyway.gif@ThatNickGuy Nicholas Jaysen Elizabeth Piers, this one is for you for sure.
Apparently the anti-woke confederate super hero movie, funded on having the involvement of winners like Chuck Dixon, had it's funding mysteriously disappear and the whole thing was a, shocked face, grift!?
The film was based on a Confederacy-themed superhero comic book character created by a right-wing blogger. But then the money disappeared.www.thedailybeast.com