More Toth imminent: Yesterday I mentioned the release of Genius, Isolated, the first part of a biography of Alex Toth by Dean Mullaney and Bruce Canwell. Well, there’s another handsome-looking volume coming on the subject of Toth set for summer release, Setting The Standard: Comics By Alex Toth 1952-1954, edited by Greg Sadowski. Fantagraphics shows off the cover here.
Please give Ross Campbell a call, IDW!: I know I discussed artist Ross Campbell’s sketches and in-depth thoughts about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on my personal blog already, but I’m not sure if I have here or not yet. Well, I’m going to do so today, because Campbell’s still posting sketches and thoughts, including a story he apparently started for Mirage starring Shadow, Casey Jones’ now-teenaged daughter. If you’ve any affecton for those characters, I’d highly reccomend you spend some time with Campbell looking at his art. And if you happen to have the license to publish new ninja turtle comics—IDW—I’d highly reccomend you hire the hell out of Ross Campbell. He’s the ideal artist for 21st century ninja turtle comics.
Rick Veitch draws Dr. Strange: Here.
“The Adventures of Alfred”: Those Fabulous Fifties shares some comics featuring everyone’s favorite comic book butler, in some extraordinary extra-buttling adventures.
Mark Millar tells the truth: The Mindless Ones on Kapow!
I like the name Sugar Ninjas: If you like the concept, and are a female artist, they’d like your submissions.
Everyone should always be doing this: Zak from Playing D&D With Porn Stars draws his way through the Fiend Folio.
When Dr. Voodoo was a white guy: Found in the The Comic Book Catacombs, a previous Dr. Voodoo who wasn’t Brother Voodoo promoted to Sorcerer Supreme.
Is Scott Adams maybe moving into performance art?: That would certainly explain the Dilbert cartoonist’s activities of late. Here’s the latest “Say, that’s a strange place for Scott Adams’ name to appear” story.