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bekstek:

everybody go get Storm #1 (Pak & Ibanez) today

Happy Batman Day!

So great.

cliffchiang:

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Here are a couple sketches from the aborted “Bat-Man” project with Azzarello.  Initially conceived as a First Wave title, I wanted Robin to be the son of Wu Cheng from the Blackhawks — fuck you, Chop Chop — sent to be raised in the US by Bruce Wayne. Get some pulp in that juice.

2014.07.25 - Greg Pak’s San Diego Comic-Con schedule! Friday only!

2014.07.25 – Greg Pak’s San Diego Comic-Con schedule! Friday only!

I’ll be attending the San Diego Comic-Con for one day one, Friday, July 25.

Here’s my schedule — hope to see you there!

12:00-1:00 pm – Signing at the Marvel Booth

1:45-2:45 pm – Batman: The Eternal Dark Knight panel – Room 6DE

3:00-4:00 pm – Signing at the DC Booth

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2014.07.23 - Greg Pak signs STORM #1 at JHU in NYC!

2014.07.23 – Greg Pak signs STORM #1 at JHU in NYC!

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STORM #1, written by yours truly with art by Victor Ibañez, hits comic book stores this Wednesday — and I’ll be signing at JHU Comic Books, 32 E. 32nd Street in Manhattan from 6 to 8 pm!

Click here for all the details.

And check out the lettered preview of STORM #1 here!

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OMG IT’S HAPPENING LETTERED PREVIEW OF STORM #1 GET ON THIS Y’ALL

stormsanctum:

The long-time X-Men gets her first solo ongoing series next week Check out this Newsarama-exclusive preview.

STORM #1
GREG PAK (W)
VICTOR IBANEZ (A/C)
Variant Cover by SIMONE BIANCHI
Variant Cover by SKOTTIE YOUNG
BLANK VARIANT ALSO AVAILABLE
Thief. Goddess. Headmistress. Queen. The X-Man called STORM has always defied a single title. And her desire to better the world has never been limited to only her own kind. On a mission to foster goodwill and safeguard the mutant race’s continued existence in her own way, Storm will travel the globe, confronting man and mutant, god and monster and everything inbetween. She will overthrow tyrants, quell tsunamis and strive to see her dream for the world realized. She is STORM, a hero like no other….and the skies will tremble at the sight of their namesake.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

STORM #1, in stores July 23!

STORM #1, in stores July 23!

Yes. That says “Yukio” down there.

STORM #4GREG PAK (W) • VICTOR IBANEZ (A)Cover by STEPHANIE HANSDEATH OF WOLVERINE Aftermath!• Wolverine has been many things to Storm over the years: teammate, friend, confidant, mentor and—most recently—lover.• But upon his death, Storm finds her world thrown into chaos.• Will finishing a piece of his unfinished business alongside their mutual ally Yukio help her find her way once more?32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

Yes. That says “Yukio” down there.

STORM #4
GREG PAK (W) • VICTOR IBANEZ (A)
Cover by STEPHANIE HANS
DEATH OF WOLVERINE Aftermath!
• Wolverine has been many things to Storm over the years: teammate, friend, confidant, mentor and—most recently—lover.
• But upon his death, Storm finds her world thrown into chaos.
• Will finishing a piece of his unfinished business alongside their mutual ally Yukio help her find her way once more?
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99

According to Rep. Mark Takano, there’s still time to submit your comments to the FCC about proposals to kill net neutrality. New deadline is midnight, July 18.

repmarktakano:

The FCC’s website to handle filing comments related to Net Neutrality has been overwhelmed with traffic and the submission deadline is being pushed back to July 18th @ midnight.

I thought I’d share the letter I signed on to from the Congressional Progressive Caucus asking the FCC to enact Net Neutrality rules and to protect the open internet.

Interview: Colorist Ruth Redmond talks Storm, breaking into comics, working with Greg Pak and Victor Ibáñez and more!

comicbookclublive:

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Our intern Eamonn Bell was lucky enough to sit down with Ruth Redmond, the colourist of the brand new Storm series from Marvel and one of the breakout stars of the Irish comics’ scene over the last two years, at Arcade Con this year. In the interview they talk about growing up on European comics, meeting Jordie Bellaire and Declan Shalvey for the first time, building a portfolio as a colorist, the new Storm ongoing series and more!

If we lose net neutrality, internet service providers gain the power to throttle bandwidth, meaning we might not be able to access certain online services or reach certain websites unless we pay an extra premium.

I support net neutrality because charging extra to access certain websites will almost certainly privilege established conglomerates at the expense of independent voices and media. That’s bad for innovation and for our culture.

I also support net neutrality because if we give ISPs the right to throttle service, it’s not hard to imagine them using that power to limit access to voices that criticize them or their political or financial allies. 

The internet has become the primary place where Americans exercise their freedom of speech. If net neutrality is undermined, our fundamental rights as Americans may follow.

If you share these concerns or have concerns of your own about the threat to net neutrality, you have until midnight to submit your comments to the FCC. 

Here’s a form from the Electronic Freedom Foundation that will let you submit your comments.

(If you’re concerned about privacy, please note the disclaimer on that form: “These comments are a matter of public record and are viewable online, including name and address, one day after being submitted to the FCC public docket.”)