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Events at Isotope the comic book lounge. Included are unique events like Grant Morrison's International Guide to Living Fabulously, Eric Powell's Monster Mash-Up, Jim Lee & Lee Bermejo All-Star Opening, MC Chris performing live, Ed Brubaker Armwrestling, JH Williams Baccanalia, Brian K. Vaughan & Tony Harris Voter Registration Drive, Pine-am performing live, Steve Niles Zombiefest, Continuity Art Show, Warren Ellis Scotch Tasting, Watermelon Races with Andrew Boyd, Tom Beland Eisner Nomination Bash, Brian Wood Month, APE AFTERMATH
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DASH SHAW at the Isotope!

Join us and comic creating genius Dash Shaw in celebration of his latest book BODYWORLD from Pantheon

April 27th 2010 (click here for more info)


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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Sadly, as much as we'd *love* to be able to... our friends at Marvel Comics have made it quite impossible for us to help those thousands of you out there who want to get your hands on a copy of the Amazing Spider-Man #583 Barak Obama Variant today. (A third printing hits January 28th... feel free to drop us a line and place a pre-order for as many as you'd like)! In honor of these rare variant issues... here's a few more Spider-Man comics you'll have a hard time finding in shops today!

STORM - Superstar
Amazing Spider-Man #583 STORM Variant

Manhunter #38
G.I. Joe #1
X-Infernus #2

Kirsten Baldock - Special Projects Director
Amazing Spider-Man #583 Kirsten Variant

BPRD: Black Goddess #1
Doctor Who Classics vol 2 #2
Wonderful World of Oz #2

James Sime - Proprietor
Amazing Spider-Man #583 James Variant

Masked Mutant #5
Final Crisis #6
I Kill Giants #7

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Friday, June 29, 2007

Cameron's Aborted Spider-Man Movie Script
Now Illustrated in Glorious Neal Adams Style

In 1992 director James Cameron was poised to bring the big budget blockbuster Spider-Man to the silver screen. But due to contractual squabbles and several studios claiming rights to produce the flick, Cameron's dream was never realized and Spider-Man fell into development hell. Until the Sam Raimi spider-pictures, that is. Internet messageboarders sighed a collective sigh of relief as Cameron's original script treatment was slightly "off brand" for the character... and included plenty of unexpected spider-swearing and even Peter Parker & Mary Jane Watson's scandalous sex scene on a giant spider-web!

Oh my stars and garters!

Recently Italian comics lover extrodinaire Daniele Tomasi has decided to treat us all to a re-presentation of director James Cameron's original movie scriptment... by illustrating the storyboards in a beautiful Neal Adams style! Granted, the site's navigation is a bit confusing, but I gotta give Daniele a hand for doing this. It looks great and must have been a heck of a lot of work!

click on through to check it out

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