Around the Tubes
I don’t know what the Graphic Policy readership is like, but I’m guessing many will still be here to read this blog if the Rapture actually happens today. And, while you were planning the post Rapture looting, here’s the news you might have missed.
Around the Blogs:
CNN International – The top five political comic books – CNN doesn’t break any ground or go out on a limb with this one.
Bleeding Cool – Another Year, Another Job As Executive VP – I’m going out on a limb to say I can do this job and be successful at it.
Gamers Hell – America’s Army – The Graphic Novel Third Chapter Released – Why didn’t I get the press release….
Comic Book Resources – Tom Cruise Signs On For Radical’s “Oblivion” – Interesting….
ICv2 – ‘Fantastic Four’ #1 Goes for $300,000 – I had some loose change in my couch and figured “why not.”
Comic Book Resources – “X-Men: Destiny” Introduces Grant Alexander – I’m interested in seeing what this game has to offer and it’ll be interesting to see if any of the original material makes it into the comic universe.
Kotaku – For an Ass-Kicking Norse God, Thor Sure Has a Soft, Artistic Side – The movie laid on amazing visuals, so it’s expected the video game would be just as impressive to look at.
Around the Tubes Reviews:
IGN – Last Mortal #1
Saffron Walden – Noche Roja