Iâ€™ve lost some
Submitted by Delos on April 25, 2009 - 00:22
Iâ€™ve lost some time due to computer problems but things should be back to a normal schedule starting next week. Let me know if Iâ€™ve lost track of something important.
- I missed some reviews by Storming The Tower which were Marry Me, Lovecraft Is Missing, Voids, Marooned, Stricken Pot Pie, Red String, Love is a Peculiar Type of Thing, Moose Mountain, Family Man, Bodyworld, The Secret Knots and Hereville. whew.
- Meanwhile, the Webcomic Overlook reviewed Evil Diva and Size Matters looked at Magic Everywhere. Tangents looked at Undertow and Count Your Sheep. ComixTalk urges us to look at Cowbirds in Love and J. Gray reviewed Johnny Saturn. CBR reviews City Sordid Blues Volume 1 and Read About Comics considers 20th Century Boys Volume 1, French Milk, A Drifting Life and In The Flesh. Letâ€™s not overlook I Am Legend, which offers up reviews on The Black Fox and Brat Halla.
- By now, I hope youâ€™ve seen Middletonâ€™s Supergirl cover postings. I enjoyed reading his process and I learned a few things, too. Iâ€™m also learning from Art in Sequenceâ€™s work on the principles of animation.
- And youâ€™ve probably seen the runner-ups for Project Rooftopâ€™s Batman 2.0 remake contest. I especially like the 5th, 7th and 8th ones from the bottom - except that any Bat costume definitely needs a pocket-laden utility belt, swoopy cape and dark colors.
- Speaking of the darker side, ever wonder why Darkman wasnâ€™t a bigger movie hit? Well I might be the only one who did but the berserker thing explains it nicely. And keeping like with like, we the unwilling have been ordered to save the day.
- And now, a little something about making your images Sin-Citified from Sketch Magazine. Or maybe youâ€™d rather smudge a little on one piece while you digitally color like a pro on another.
- Greg Hatcher muses on comic book morality and escapism. Itâ€™s a deep read with personal revelations.
- Neil Cohn would like your input on comics. Time is of the essence.
- It is important to realize that the big two seem to have trouble with numbers. I realize this is primarily a sales texhnique but it also seems to be their solution to the large-archive problem that webcomics have. Readers never paid too much attention before but times changeâ€¦ It would amuse me to see the big two have to go back through and renumber all their comics properly. Amazing Spiderman #1,455,656,200,101st edition or Gold Foil Wolverine #72. heh.
- As always, there will be more comic news and fun things to see next Friday on ArtPatient.com.