It's time for more random updates! YESSS!!!
- The good folks over at FUBAR central have put together a Kickstarter drive for the second volume of the WWII-zombie anthology, the initial print run of which is set to debut oh-so-soon at the Baltimore Comic-Con. I've got some work appearing in this volume and more when the full, Diamond-solicited volume hits the shelves, so I'm excited to see it in print. The Kickstarter page even features some clips from stories I was involved in, including the "Yalta!" story with Leonardo Pietro, near the top of the page.
The rewards section is pretty stacked, with prizes galore and more to come. I snatched up a "Six Panel Cinema" reward, which will soon take form dramatically retelling Weird Al's magnum opus "UHF" in six small panels.
- I was pleasantly surprised to find a review of the recent Teddy and the Yeti's Back! mini issue over at the Comics Bulletin website. Felicity Gustafson took a look at the issue and pretty much said that she thought it was funny, which is all I can ask for. There are scans from the book and everything - it's really quite flattering. Check it out at http://22.214.171.124/reviews/13088559494750.htm!
- My brother-in-law and his wife recently returned from a trip to Spain, and they brought back some treats in the form of Spanish-language comics! The highlight was a copy of Fantastic Four #584, co-published by foreign language big dog Panini Comics.
It was fun to see this issue of the FF and learn that "Fantasticar" in Spanish is "El Fantasticar". Awesome.
- And speaking of the Fantastic Four, yesterday was the 50th anniversary of the day that FF #1 went on sale in 1961. As such, Marvel released this teaser image along with the date "November 2011":
Wh-wh-what could it mean?? It boggles the mind.
- Lastly, the wait is over and a new episode of the