The Lizard Design in THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN
Yes. It's a Pez dispenser. Still, as a huge fan of the Lizard(he was my favorite Mego action figure as a child) this is ugly. Looks like a guy with a head covered in bird poop.
Looks more Killer Croc than the Lizard. Way to go Marvel, you ruined Abomination for me too.
Neil Gaiman Twitter-Agrees To Star In Kevin Smith’s Bluntman And Chronic Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors
Yesterday, Kevin Smith tweeted;
Mr. @JayMewes is doing a BLUNTMAN & CHRONIC cartoon and we need an Alfred voice, all British and whatnot. It’s gotta be you – @NeilHimself!
That would be Neil Gaiman, with whom Kevin Smith has enjoyed Twitter badinage in the past. Neil’s response?
@ThatKevinSmith @JayMewes sure!
I believe that is legally binding, Twitter or no.
Bluntman & Chronic, stoner analogues of Batman and Robin first appeared as a fictional comic in Smith’s Chasing Amy, and was intended to be the obligatory appearance of the Jay And Silent Bob characters, until they invaded the main plot later in the movie. Since then the comic has appeared for real, drawn by the likes of Mike Allred. Well, now it appears we are getting a cartoon…
The Shade on the Chopping Block? A Comic Worth a Look While You Still Can*|*The Beat
****, I was going to wait for the trade, but maybe I'll pick the issues up next time I'm in the shop.
Oh, and I guess I am going to be THAT GUY. Unless there’s significant re-order activity, if you’re a fan of OMAC, Static Shock, Blackhawks and Men of War — a comic above you on the charts is concerned about cancellation. That’s not a positive sign. You like those titles, you might want to start talking them up before they dip further.
The Marvel Liquidation List For Late 2011 Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors
Nothing on that list that I particularly care about, especially since it's almost all hardcovers, but just in case anyone else cares about this sort of thing... check it out. Buy now.It has been observed that Marvel doesn’t like keeping a large backlist of their hardcovers and trade paperbacks. Or indeed any backlist. And as a result, from time to time, they liquidate stacks of stock.
Such as the following boooks. Expect to see a lot of of these showing up in your local comic shop soon but after that… they’ll be gone.