Did they already announce the title of the next Superman movie, and some of us missed it?: This dude notices that one of David Goyer’s credits given under his blurb on the back of Superman: Earth One graphic novel mentions a Superman project which seems to be the title of the new movie. IMDb has an entry under David Goyer’s “writer” credits with that name too. Huh.
No, he’s tied with Chris Evans’ Human Torch: “Is Chris Evans’ Captain America The Sexiest Superhero Ever?”
So that’s how webcomics are made!: Gabby Schulz’s How Every Single Discussion About Sexism and Woman-Type Stuff on The Internet… strip is really funny. And sad. But funny in it’s capturing of a sad fact of life. Not funny-sad, but maybe sad-funny…? Also, panel three offered a revelation about webcomics…I always assumed a scanner was involved at some point. (Via Comics Worth Reading)
Sometimes the guys are scantily clad too: At The Comics Journal, Tom Crippen examines some Golden Age comics covers with athletic men wearing very little clothing. You don’t see a whole lot of near-nude dudes in pop comics anymore do you, outside of maybe Doc Savage’s tissue-paper longsleeve shirt, and flashbacks to Namor’s Speedo or swim trunk days. These days, even the boy sidekicks wear pants. Meanwhile, Andrew Wheeler has a smart, well-written post explaining the concept of beefcake as it applies to superhero comics.
If she weren’t such a great cartoonist, Lucy Knisley would make a great sea creature costume co-designer: Check out Knisley and her seamstress pal’s squid and hammerhead Halloween costumes (be sure to follow the Flickr too, for more fun shark and squid photos). (Via Comics Reporter)