Thursday, June 28, 2012

Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man) on The Daily Show

Andrew Garfield stops by The Daily Show to visit Jon Stewart and chat up the up-coming Marvel Comics flick, The Amazing Spider-Man:

I’m so totally getting into becoming very excited about this film.

Hey, check this out!

This article contains a review of the CAG comic, Iconic which contains a very review of a short story of mine (illustrated by Rick Lundeen) about Gustave Whitehead, who flew before the Wight Brothers.

This pic is from my buddy Ray Felix’s booth at the NY Comic Con. Ray publishes Bronx Heroes 2,0 and produces the Bronx Heroes Con.

Aerosmith Theme From Spider Man Live in Japan 15/18

Kick it!

Monday, June 25, 2012

Ron & Spidey in Vegas

Earlier this year (or was it late last year) my brother Ron got married again and traveled to Vegas to do it. While he was there he met an old pal of mine...

He just now sent me the pics.

Chill, chill, Spidey!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

The Amazing Spider-man Movie Tie-ins

If you are looking for companies that have tie-ins with the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man movie, then you’ll want to check out this link, and see what you can expect to find.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Just call me Stan

So, a couple of days ago I was pleased to announce that the fabulously talented and most generous Dave Ryan credited me as editor for his ground-breaking comic, The War of the Independents #3. Well today I learned that my good buddy Joe Martino also credited me with edits on an 8-page Shadowflame/War of the Independents tie-in story.

Seriously, how cool is that?

Saturday, June 09, 2012

Gwen Stacy, stalked by the Lizard

Here is a new clip from the Up-coming Spider-Man film...

I have to say that while I am becoming more enamored by this film, this particular clip doesn’t help, as this actress simply isn’t (in my still-15-year-old comicbook-reading brain) preety enough to be Gwen Stacy.

Sorry kids.

Friday, June 08, 2012

The War (of the Independents) continues

OK kids, here is very exciting news I (finally) got a-hold of my copy of The War of the Independents #3, and guess what? Your humble blogger was listed as the furslinging editor!

Yeah, yeah I totally knew that it was happening. I've been helping out Dave Ryan throughout the book’s run whenever I could, with marketing & Pr as well as helping him compose the blurbs that run in Diamond’s Advanced Preview catalog. In fact, Dave had me read through his script and do some copy editing and formatting, as well as proofing before the book went off to print.

Heck, I’ve sat his table at a couple of cons in NY & Philly (seriously, how cool, eh?). Well, anywho, I just finished reading issue #3 and I wanted to wax poetic about it for a bit. To be sure, I’ll post a full review of it later on over the weekend (and come back here to provide you all with a link so you won’t be deprived of my deathless prose).

In the mean time, I’ll clue you in to the following — my beloved characters Hope & Grace (the Wülf Girlz) appeared in the big crowd scene at the end of issue #1 and will pop up again (to actually help fight the bad guys) in issue #6 I believe.

Oh, wait, I almost forgot to tell you, issue #3 has two (yes two!) covers. The front cover is masterfully done by Todd Nauck (Wildguard: Image Comics), and the back cover was rendered by the amazing Chris Giarrusso (G-Man, Mini Marvels). The War of the Independents is available for the low, low price of just $2.99 (American), and would be a steal for twice that!

If you want a brief preview of the book go here and check it out, but then hurry off to your local comicbook shop and buy a copy (or three) straight-away!

Well that’s about it for now, more as it happens!

Now for the wicked-cool stuff! The Wülf Girlz from issue #1:

Along with a close-up of the Girlz (sorry it is so bury, but trust me — it is them!):

And now here is my editor credit in #3

Total awesomeness. eh?