This was rescued from the ancient vintage ComicBookResources’ Apr 20, 1999 TV Themes website. Incredibly a lot of the sound-files are now on the Internet Archive Wayback Machine servers and are not just dead links so they are available for download.
Category Archive: Image Comics
Scott Kurtz decided that PvP would go to a Monday through Friday comic in order for him to do justice to the title and keep it on time. It is now 10:15PM central time and still no Monday PvP. Look, I’m not some Scott Kurtz hater. (And I’m amazed how many haters there are. Mention …
Again, the way this works is I give you the brief rundown of my immediate thoughts about this week’s comics. PVP #39 – You know what? I don’t know why I’m buying this. I started years ago when Scott would alter the stories, improve the artwork, fix typos, etc. These days, this is just stuff …
One of the areas I’m awful at is art criticism. I can’t draw much more than stick figures, so when I look at Rob Liefeld’s art I have to say, “Hey, it’s way better than I can do!” Sure, the human body doesn’t bend like that, and that poor woman has the worst case of …
NEWSARAMA.COM: IMAGE’s TRUTH, JUSTIN, AND THE AMERICAN WAY #1 FULL PREVIEW With Image Comics’ new Truth, Justin, and the American Way #1 officially sold out at Diamond, and issue #2 in stores May 10th, Image wants as many readers to see the first issue of the five issue series as possible. So for those of …
8 pages of previews for the upcoming “Truth, Justin and the American Way” from Scott Kurtz and Aaron Williams are now up on Newsarama.
Since Scott Kurtz has taken a few knocks here and I assume they were done “lovingly” from fans who enjoy his work as much as I do, I wanted to once again point out how much we’re all anticitpating his coming collaboration in the “Truth, Justin, and the American Way” series. Hutch has written about …
Scott Kurtz? Aaron Williams? A salute to the “great” television of the late 1970s and early 1980s like Knight Rider, A-Team and Greatest American Hero? I am so there. “Truth, Justin and the American Way” just went on my pull list! (If it’s no longer on the main page of PVP, then click here.) Scott …
I never blog about Image Comics and I suppose I should, even though PvP is the only Image book I’ve ever bought. Scott Kurtz posted the cover of an upcoming issue of PvP on their new blog.
Today’s PvP was actually updated before 1:15 PM EST! wow. Usually he can rarely get the strip for one day done seven hours before the next. That’s right; Scott Kurtz’s daily comic strip discipline is so strong that on average I’d expect tomorrow’s trip to be online at five in the afternoon. Then again, his …
Here’s an interesting idea. To raise the profile of a comic which could use some more orders, Image Comics has authorized Newsarama to post the entire Godland issue #1 online! And as I’m looking at it, I can’t help thinking, “Who is artist Tom Scioli’s influence in drawing this Silver Age-esque story? Who? Who? Dang …
Scott Kurtz reports that “The Dork Ages”, the trade which collects all of the original stories for the first PvP comic series from Dork Storm Press, is now sold out. The book will be going to a second printing in November, with a new cover. (Visit the site to see the cool new cover.)
PvP will change from bi-monthly to monthly beginning this July! Yahoo, and a big congratulations to Scott Kurtz on the success of his comic.
PvP’s new trade paperback has made it into the top 100 at Amazon.com thanks to Scott Kurtz’s announcement to his readership…which should be a better indicator than anything else of the size of PvP’s audience. The Dork Ages collects the original stories (but not the strip reprints) of the six issues of PvP published by …
For those who aren’t in the know (that included me until just now), a protracted legal battle has just ended–the “stealth copyright” case between plaintiff Neil Gaiman and defendant Todd McFarlane. The complaint was that, three years after publication, McFarlane filed copyright forms on some issues of Spawn that had been written by Gaiman–essentialy making …
Erik Larsen, the guy who made “Doom Patrol” really rock (I kid, I kid), has taken over as publisher of Image Comics following the resignation of Jim Valentino.
Reality invades Phantom Jack. “Phantom Jack” was going to have the lead character kill Saddam Hussein, but now that ending has to be changed. I don’t see why they can’t do the DC thing of having it be “Qurac” and “Sudmann Innsanne” or something like that. That way we all know what he’s really doing …
(You know…I should just have a PvP category on Monitor Duty.) Scott Kurtz has announced a new cover blurb contest for his upcoming issue which will feature the infamous “Jade boob squeeze” storyline that ran on PvP years ago. For those who contend that the PvP comic book merely reruns old cartoons, I should point …
Scott Kurtz alerted us to this interview with Jim Valentino on Newsarama
In a follow-up to yesterday’s entry regarding Marvel’s Epic line, it’s been announced that Newsarama columnist Mike Sangiacomo has moved his creator-owned series Phantom Jack from Marvel’s upcoming Epic Anthology to Image Comics.