Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. extended trailer.
I’m really impressed by this. Anyone else getting a Torchwood vibe here? Bring it on.
The official website thingy of pop culture writer Chris Cummins
McRib is Back by Jonathan Devis
His teacher told him to take art more seriously… and here is his rebuttal on his final project.
Good for him. Teachers. Meh.
Those who can do…
Here’s an exclusive first look at the cover for the upcoming Archie Comics Super Special issue 4 which hits stores in September. As you can see, it features a fun illustration by Dan Parent in which Archie, Betty and Veronica sing The Archies’ signature tune, “Sugar Sugar.” Great fun. Here’s a rundown of what you can expect to see inside:
ARCHIE COMICS SUPER SPECIAL MAGAZINE #4
Something amazing is happening in Riverdale! The quarterly Archie Comic Super Special Magazine rolls on with this awesomely autumn-themed edition! School is back in session, the leaves are changing colors and Halloween is approaching with its promises of tricks and treats!
Get ready for colors, classes and costumes galore from the Archie vault. All this plus creator spotlights, the latest Archie news, a brand new multi-color foil-enhanced cover and much, much more in this jam-packed magazine! Featuring stories with Archie, Betty and Veronica, Jughead, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Josie and the Pussycats and more!
Cover: Dan Parent, Bob Smith, and Tito Peña
On Sale at Comic Specialty Shops: 9/11
128-page, full color comic
As regular readers of this site are well aware, I’m a bit of a Archie fanatic. But my obvious enthusiasm aside, the simple fact is that Archie Comics is the most exciting publisher around these days due to their masterful ability to please old fans and bring in new audiences through groundbreaking characters (Kevin Keller) and exciting concepts (the ongoing Life with Archie magazine, the upcoming horror/comedy hybrid Afterlife with Archie). If you haven’t checked out what’s been happening in Riverdale of late, rectify that immediately. You’re missing out on some of the best work being done in the comics industry today.
Here we have our illustrious Mr. Kendall wearing jeans, a graphic T-shirt (probably with the logo of some forgotten-yet-awesome group like The Heart Throbs or The Might Lemon Drops) and a baseball cap (same deal). Dave is clearly relaxed here, showing off the confidence of man who is content with his job of bringing you tomorrow’s music today. He’s the best.
Yeah Dave Kendall!