Something For The Weekend: Your Weekend Dose Of Popular Posts

by Olly MacNamee

What with Thought Bubble last weekend and my regular editing duties here on, it’s been a busy, busy, week for me, folks. But a fun one. However, I still have time to post my regular round up of some of the top posts of the week, starting with the aforementioned Thought Bubble 2021 which gets in three appearance on this week’s list:

  1. First, we had the Rewrite Extinction: Comics to Save the World panel, which opened up the panels for Thought Bubble last weekend, can be read here.
  2. Then, closing the show was the Swamp Thing panel, with Ram V, James Tynion IV and Mike Perkins, which you can read up on here.
  3. Finally for Thought Bubble, the stealth launch of the weekend was Will Potter and Philip Bond’s Geezer comic book. Did you pick up a copy? If not, read up on it here.
  4. As well as Thought Bubble news, AfterShock announced their latest, a collection of The Lollipop Kids through their Seismic YA imprint label. More here.
  5. Brendan M. Allen brought us an exclusive look some of the process art behind Doug Wagner and Daniel Hillyard’s Narco Kickstarter campaign, which ended successfully this week. Check it out here.
  6. Richard Bruton brought us a preview of Treasury of British Comics’ Hellman of Hammer Force. Check out the preview here.
  7. Our shared exclusive Dynamite preview continue to do well, with another week on the list. Read up on popular previews, Vampirella 2021 Holiday Special, Purgatori #2, and Elvira Meets Vincent Price #3.
  8. And that just leaves a few of our regular columns, starting with last week’s Review Round Up here.
  9. Then there was Richard Bruton’s Weekly 2000 AD preview here.
  10. And finally, we have Rich’s Art for Art’s Sake and a look at alternative takes on Herge’s Tintin here.

A totally comic book dominated list, which I don’t think has ever happened before. So, I’ll leave you with some more comic book goodness with this week’s little bit extra in the form of the Superman 80th anniversary animation from 2018. A great trip through the decades worth watching on more time.

Have a good one folks, and enjoy your weekend!

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