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Around the Tubes

It’s a new week and we’ve got interviews, reviews, and more coming up! What geeky things do you all have on tap? Sound off in the comments below! While you decide on that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Washington Post – Mort Walker, whose ‘Beetle Bailey’ was a comic-page staple for decades, dies at 94 – Our thoughts are with his friends and family.

 

Reviews

ICv2 – The Bridge

Comics Bulletin – Doom Patrol #10

Talking Comics – Raven: Daughter of Darkness #1

Around the Tubes

It was new comic book day yesterday. What did everyone get?

Around the Tubes

The Mary Sue – Natalie Portman Lays Down A Truth Bomb About Female Characters – Good take on the issue.

CBR – ‘Beetle Bailey’ falls victim to military budget cuts – A bit shocked this isn’t donated.

The Mary Sue – These Are Some Sweet Supergirl Re-Designs – Some cool designs.

The Beat – Madefire raises $5.2 million in VC money – Congrats!

 

Around the Tubes Reviews

Comic Vine – Detective Comics #24

Comic Vine – Earth 2 #16

Comic Vine – Fantomex MAX #1

Comic Vine – Forever Evil #2

Comic Vine – Green Arrow #24

Comic Vine – Green Lantern #24

Comic Vine – Hinterkind #1

Comic Vine – Hunger #3

Comic Vine – Invincible Universe #7

Comic Vine – Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #1

Comic Vine – Quantum & Woody #4

Comic Vine – Savage Wolverine #9

Big Shiny Robot – Sex Criminals #1

Comic Vine – Swamp Thing #24

Talking Comics – Trillium #3

The Beat – Reviewed! Every Issue of Villains Month – the final issues

U.S. Postage Stamps Get Funny


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The United States Postal service will be releasing a set up stamps in 2010 depicting some of your Sunday Funniesfavorite characters from the Sunday comics.  Beetle Bailey, Calvin And Hobbes, Archie, Garfield and Dennis The Menace will all be receiving the postage stamp treatment.  Dubbed the “Sunday Funnies” line, the stamps will debut in July this year.

Also Bill Maudlin, a war time cartoonist whose work Willie and Joe educated audiences stateside about life in uniform, will also be receiving a postage stamp.  Maudlin received a Pulitzer Prize for his work.

Bill Maudlin Stamp