Over at the ever-entertaining Comic Twart, illustrator Tom Fowler and colorist Kyle Latino have realized that Stooges-era Iggy Pop had some interesting parallels with Jack Kirby's Last Boy on Earth. This would have been my third favorite Iggy Pop film role, right after Yelgrun and The Adventures of Pete and Pete.
Whole bunch of crazy in the week's comics. A Superman without a girlfriend, the man who wrote The Dark Knight Returns is back to fight the War on Terror, and Jack Kirby's post-apocalyptic manimal series gets ready for your bookshelf. Wackiness abounds.
It's Election Day in America. Before you vote, evaluate your candidate using this unassailable metric: will this politician make the world more or less like Jack Kirby's technocratic cetacean metroplex from Kamandi? The truth will set you free.
DC Comics have released solicitations for the first month of their oversized Wednesday Comics project, and we have to admit, we're already hooked on the idea of months of beautiful weekly work from favorite artists.
Before I tell you all about Secret Invasion again — the first issue arrives in stores tomorrow — I have just five words for you: Zombies Vs. Robots Vs. Amazons. Ignoring the potential sequel, "Zombies Vs. Robots Vs. Amazons Vs. Your Mother," how much more awesome can one comic sound? Find out about the war to end all…