Maybe she should play her instead of Annie…?: Fantagraphics’ Flog blog notes the similarity between Willow Smith and a Love and Rockets character.
Upcoming comics that look promising: Check out the cover of Hans Rickheit’s upcoming Folly: The Consequences of Indiscretion, details on a new Matt Howarth graphic novel and details on a sequel of sorts to Lamar Abrams’ Remake, one of my top ten books from 2009.
Number 1,345 on the list of Things Child Caleb Never Thought Adult Caleb Would Say: Wow, Snarf is cute.
Is Batman really the World’s Greatest Detective, or has he just convinced himself that he is in order to get away with punching dudes?: Johnathan of Living Between Wednesdays notes that one time Batman totally punched out a doorman for wearing argyle socks.
Good thing Batman wears gloves; that thing’s probably crawling with cooties now: The Weekly Crisis calls attention to a fine piece of Batman/Catwoman art by Amanda Conner.
Chris Sims vs. The Guardian Project: At Comics Alliance, Sims discusses “The Ten Most Insane Characters From Stan Lee’s ‘NHL Guaridans.’” It’s weird how incredibly out there some of the characters are, while a few others are basically just Marvel characters wearing slightly different costumes. Unable to narrow it down to just ten, Toronto Life rates all 30. To review all thirty guardians for yourself, you can always visit the Guardian Project website.
Looking back, I think liked the “’get it all over with in one month’ pattern” the best: On the occasion of the announcement of Fear Itself and Flashpoint, Douglas Wolk counts up the number of tie-ins in to various Big Two crossover event/series, from Blackest Night and Siege all the way back to Millennium.
I really like that Howard Porter image: At The Cool Kids Table, Ben Morse explains “Why super speed beats flight.”
GBH Hornswoggler knows who the Mystery Men are: Is Flaming Carrot creator Bob Burden going to be working on a Marvel Universe book now? Because I hear there’s an opening at The Fantastic Four for a guy on fire…