Comics Should Be Good says Mouse Guard looks great. I agree.

Ultimately, they come across a great danger, but even after they defeat this danger (in a beautifully illustrated action scene), there is a second, hidden danger to face. What REALLY impressed me by Petersen’s writing is how, like a good writer, early dialogue that seems ONE way seems a whole other way based on further revelations.

Comic Book Commentary (no longer available) has details on Speakeasy losing ANOTHER title: Rosario Dawson’s Occult Crimes Taskforce will be published by Image instead. Even weirder is how much Speakeasy has gone underground:

Their web site is currently being overhauled; their MySpace page has no content of note on it; and their recently appointed editor/PR guy, Vito Delsante, has been curiously silent since said appointment a few weeks back, even deleting his own announcement of the appointment from his LiveJournal without any explanation.

(I got the email about Vito’s announcement, followed by another email that said “please don’t post this, details are being worked out” and never heard anything more.)

Franklin Harris has some intriguing speculation on spoilers from the latest Nightwing.

2 Responses to “BlogWatch”

  1. Ragnell Says:

    MouseGuard surprised me. The clerk in the LCS offered it to me, and I picked it up as an afterthought because I only had 3 books. It was actually pretty good.

  2. Comics Worth Reading Says:

    […] In a followup to the bad news for Speakeasy earlier this week, Heroes Con has announced that Rosario Dawson will be a guest at their show in July. She will debut the comic she’s co-creating, Occult Crimes Taskforce, there. […]




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