DC Comics debuted more artwork at their “Designing the New DCU 52” panel at SDCC on Sunday July 24th. The titles included were ALL-STAR WESTERN, ANIMAL MAN, BATGIRL, BIRDS OF PREY, THE FLASH, GREEN ARROW, THE SAVAGE HAWKMAN, I, VAMPIRE, LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES, RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS, SUICIDE SQUAD, SUPERBOY, SUPERGIRL, SUPERMAN and TEEN TITANS. Take a look!
DC Comics unveiled more interior art at SDCC ‘11 on Saturday July 23rd. At their “New 52” panel they debuted artwork from BLUE BEETLE, DC UNIVERSE PRESENTS, HAWK AND DOVE, LEGION LOST, STATIC SHOCK and TEEN TITANS.
On Friday July 22nd at the San Diego Comic-Con, DC Comics previewed artwork from their Superman group of books. Here’s a sneak peak of artwork from the following books: ACTION COMICS, SUPERBOY, SUPERGIRL, and SUPERMAN.
In DC’s “The Dark and The Edge” Panel on Saturday June 23rd at the San Diego Comic-Con, artwork was debuted from the following titles: ANIMAL MAN, BLACKHAWKS, DEATHSTROKE, FRANKENSTEIN, AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E., JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, MEN OF WAR, OMAC, RESURRECTION MAN, SUICIDE SQUAD, SWAMP THING, I, VAMPIRE, and VOODOO.
Here is the collection of the artwork shown on DC’s The Source Blog.
The 2011 Eisner Award winners were announced on Friday July 22nd, 2011 at the San Diego Comic-Con in San Diego, CA. The list of nominees can be found here and you can get more info from the Comic-Con 2011 site.
SAN DIEGO – The 2011 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, presented by Comic-Con International (Comic-Con®), ended on an unusual note Friday night with the Best Graphic Album-New category going to two winners: Jim McCann and Janet Lee‘s Return of the Dapper Men (published by Archaia) and Dan Clowes‘s Wilson (published by Drawn & Quarterly). The awards, considered the "Oscars®" of comics, were presented in a gala ceremony at the Indigo Ballroom of the Hilton Bayfront. The "Eisners," which honor comics’ best and brightest, were held as part of Comic-Con, the world’s largest comic book and popular arts event in the Western Hemisphere.
The Graphic Album category is somewhat comparable to "Best Picture" in the comics industry. Other notable winners included horror novelist Joe Hill for Best Writer (Locke & Key, IDW), Chew (Image) by John Layman and Rob Guillory for Best Continuing Series, Daytripper (Vertigo/DC) by Brazilian brothers Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon for Best Limited Series, and American Vampire (Vertigo/DC) by Scott Snyder, Stephen King, and Rafael Albuquerque for Best New Series.
Creators who received multiple awards were Hellboy creator Mike Mignola (Best Cover Artist, Best Single Issue for Hellboy: Double Feature of Evil, published by Dark Horse>), famed French cartoonist Jacques Tardi (Best Reality-Based Work and Best U.S. Edition of International Material for It Was the War of the Trenches, published by Fantagraphics), and artist Skottie Young (Best Adaption from Another Work and Best Penciller/Inker for The Marvelous Land of Oz, published by Marvel). ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
After grainy footage of the Amazing Spider-Man teaser trailer hit the web, Sony officially released an HD version of the trailer online. The trailer features some vertigo-inducing point-of-view camera footage towards the end. I’m sure some people might be closing their eyes during the 3-D version of that sequence!
The trailer will receive its theatrical release with Marvel’s “Captain America: The First Avenger.”