So behind on my monthly books and I’m terrible with keeping up posting photos of my weekly buys. Guess it’s good my pull list has really shrunk down. Here’s what I’m getting still:
More and more titles I’ve shifted to trade wait, especially a growing number of Image titles:
New Images Of Upcoming “Batman: The Animated Series” DC Collectibles Line
What do you guys think of these figures? Part of me loves the BTAS style…but part of me thinks the articulation breaks up the strong lines of the character designs.
If you love Batman, be sure to check out our Batman episode!
Gah, I just want to buy up every one of these.
IDO YEHIMOVITZ DRAWS POP CULTURE’S GREATEST RIDES
By Chris Sims
Listen. I love cars from movies. Yeah, I know, you all prefer horses or brisk walking or canoes, but me? I’m an iconoclast, baby. I like cars, and I don’t care who knows it. Whether it’s ECTO-1 from Ghostbusters or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Party Wagon or even one of those ridiculous murder machines from Death Race 2000, sweet rides are some of my favorite parts of pop culture. And fortunately, artist Ido Yehimovitz feels the same way.
In a series of amazing pieces calledGreatest Rides, Yehimovitz has drawn the movie and TV cars that we’ve all wanted to take a spin, with an exaggerated style that would be right at home if, say, the Powerpuff Girls went to Jurassic Park.
Fantastic illustrations for some of pop culture’s famous vehicles
Chipping away at some older stories I’ve been meaning to read, I finally got through the “Judas Contract” story arc from Teen Titans. My highlights from the experience: