Thursday, July 22, 2010

Where's the comics?



While on the subject of the Comic Con.   Last week's issue of Entertainment Weekly was their Comic Con Special.   So you would have thought they might have actually mentioned comic books.  Maybe talked a little about comic books.   Nope, all their talk was about tv shows and movies.  Yes, they were shows or movies based on comic books, but still.....if you're going to do a Comic Con Special, at least talk a little about comic books.

2 comments:

Travis Cody said...

That's a good point. Without the actual comics we wouldn't have cool characters like Green Lantern.

JohnH985 said...

I have nothing against the movie and tv coverage. I understand that's what most people expect when they pick up the magazine, but it would have been nice to see some comic book coverage too.

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