Apparently, DC has made the first issue of several of the all-ages books available to read online for free. This includes Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade. If you haven't read the book yet, check it out.
I'll be at the Emerald City ComicCon this coming weekend. In fact, I'm already on my way there. So if you're reading this and you're attending, come and see me at thee SLG booth, or maybe somewhere around the vicinity of the Boom Studios booth.
I'll have Supergirl and Batman prints available, as well as never before seen Carl Cthulhu prints.
Last year, Eric was invited to participate at Nintendo's presentation for a Flipnote Studio during the Penny Arcade Expo. Flipnote Studio is an easy to use animation program you can download for the DSi.
Here's a few of his animations:
There are lots of others as well. Including contributions by Christina Strain, Mike Choi and Scott Kurtz. Check them all out. They're fun.
I'm a bit behind on posting this. My current work schedule is crazy. Anyway, this photo was very kindly forwarded to me by Gene, a Supergirl fan. Gene works at a library and this Supergirl came by to read to the kids. How awesome is that?
And here's another picture that was sent to me. This one was taken at Comic Relief in Berkeley:
Anyway, there have been some great mentions of Supergirl online recently:
Amazon.com: "It's a funny, fast-paced, stylishly illustrated lampoon of the Superman/Supergirl mythos"
Comics ought To Be Fun: "I'm giving Supergirl the Most Fun Of The Year Award for its beautifully distinctive art, surprisingly touching story, and frantically funny escapades."
Over at Comic Box Commentary, our Supergirl included a scene that was declared the number one Supergirl moment of 2009, Blake Petit over at Comixtreme called Cosmic Adventures the best all ages book of 2009 a…
There's a preview available for the next issue of the Incredibles, which sources indicate will hit shelves in just a couple of days. that seems quite soon after the last issue.
Anyway... this issue has art by Ramanda Karmarga and looks totally awesome. For the most part, I don't see what these books look like until the public does. Very different in that regard from working withe Eric, whose art table is a few feet from my desk. Regardless, I'm quite happy with what I see here.