Iron Man teaser site launched
There’s not much to look at yet, but Marvel has launched a teaser site for the Iron Man movie at http://www.starkironworks.com/.
“Ironworks” brings up memories of Force Works, the bad 1990s comic that took the place of West Coast Avengers and was somehow tied into that whole “teenage Tony” storyline, IIRC. Y’know, the one where the real Tony Stark turned out to be a
skrull sleeper agent for Kang?
Brandon Routh talks Superman sequel, Justice League
IESB has a video interview up with Brandon Routh, who talks about the Superman Returns sequel and Justice League movies. Go check it out.
Sam & Max, back in print
Video game darlings Sam and Max are returning their old ‘hood, as Telltale Games will offer a trade of their previous comic adventures in their online store later this year:
“I was amazed when I realized it’s been twenty years since the first Sam & Max comic was published,” says Purcell. “I’ve met people who have actually grown up with Sam & Max. Even during the times I was busy with other projects, I was always gratified that Sam & Max’s rabidly loyal fans managed to keep them alive.”
These rabidly loyal fans will cheer today with the announcement that Surfin’ the Highway, the long out-of-print trade paperback collection of Sam & Max’s exploits, will be republished in 2007. In addition to all of the content of the 1995 original (including “Monkeys Violating the Heavenly Temple,” the now classic “Bad Day on the Moon,” and “On the Road,” which inspired the 1993 LucasArts Sam & Max video game), the new edition will also contain extra Sam & Max content developed over the last decade, such as rarely seen comic stories, previously unreleased art, and a new cover. The reprint will debut exclusively in Telltale’s online store later this year. More details of the reprint, including pricing and availability information, will be announced in the near future.