Still decompressing from San Diego Comic Con this past week, I’ve gotten further behind on my reading in general but caught up on some Marvel today. A decent amount of new content up this week, and I still have a backlog to work through on site content & “20 Words” Interviews.
Bob’s Comic of the Week for July 21st
News: acttil debuts e-book Blik-0, a robot that teaches us about love; Nemo Returns To Slumberland With Brand-New Dreams from Shanower, Rodriguez & IDW; Scholastic Kid Friendly Catalog Comes To ComiXology; Parker Will Return in Slayground from Darwyn Cooke & IDW; Dave Sim’s “The Strange Death of Alex Raymond” Finds a Home at IDW; IDW & Joe Hill Invite You To a Holiday Party In Christmasland; Titan Announces new Creator-Owned Projects for 2014; IDW & Taran Killam (of SNL) Team up for Illegitimates; IDW Unveils RAGNARÖK by Walter Simonson + Star Slammer Artist Edition
Bob’s Blog: San Diego Comic Con 2013….Great year at the Grandfather of all Comic Cons
Anime Reviews: Fate/Zero
Comic Reviews: Gamma #1 (Dark Horse); Superior Spider-Man Team-Up #1 (Marvel); Trinity of Sin: Pandora #1 (DC); Molly Danger v1 (Action Lab); The Death of Haggard West (First Second); Quantum & Woody #1 (Valiant); The House of Dreams (Boudika Comics); Secret Avengers #6 (Marvel); Absolution: Rubicon #1 (Avatar); Uncanny X-Men #8 (Marvel)
Free Comics: Guardians of the Galaxy Infinite Comic #2 (Marvel Digital); Saga #1 (Image / Comixology)
Manga Reviews: Kisses, Sighs and Cherry Blossom Pink (Seven Seas)
Movie Reviews: The Wolverine; Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
Original Art Blog: NorthWorld Other Sagas – Let This Day Have Vikings p 4 & 5 (Lars Brown); Scene of the Crime (Michael Lark)
Sketch Blog: Matt Kindt in-book sketches from SDCC 2013; Chris Schweizer in-book sketches from SDCC 2013; Cursed Pirate Girl by Jeremy Bastian
TV Reviews: Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
Video Game Reviews: Marvel Heroes MMO
Webcomic Reviews: Bug Martini
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