Some quick items from the world of comics today:
Great Interview with Stan Lee over at Vanity Fair
where he admits he’s “propelled by greed” and he has no plans on dying. He also talks about the Hulk’s pants and the Thing’s “dork”
- DC Comics has again canceled orders for the first two issues of Batwoman for resolicitation at a later date
DC Comics’ own Ethan Van Sciver has posted on Facebook
: “MegaCon news: Sunday afternoon between 12-2, I’ll be doing ‘free-ish’ sketches for MAKE A WISH. In other words, I’ll have a jar, and I’ll draw whatever you’d like, and you can put whatever you can spare into the jar. If you’d like a drawing but money is tight (and it’s tight everywhere!) mark this in your portable gadget, please!”
Whoever knows fear burns at the touch of Man-Thing and, with the arrival of Fear Itself, he’s about to turn all of New York into a bonfire! But with Marvel’s mightiest pinned down by The Worthy, who can protect the Big Apple from the rampage of a creature that’s more monster than man? Howard the Duck, She-Hulk, Frankenstein’s Monster and Nighthawk are out to extinguish the Man-Thing’s flame by means necessary as the all-new, all-outcast Fearsome Four!
“Atlas At Last” exhibit opens tomorrow night at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum in Baltimore, MD. The exhibit focuses on Atlas-Seaboard Comics, originally published in 1974-1975 by Martin Goodman. Admission is $20 and the exhibit is scheduled to run through May 29. For more information click here