Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Kevin and Zander Cannon interviewed on Newsarama about T-Minus!

Michael Lorah interviewed Kevin and me about our upcoming book T-Minus: the Race for the Moon, coming in May from Simon and Schuster's Aladdin Books imprint. Written by Jim Ottaviani, the book covers the US-Soviet space race from a century before Sputnik up to the US moon landing 40 years ago this summer.

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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Jeff Parker at CBR

Check out Jeff Parker's guest blog post over at It's all about learnin' stuff through comics.

And if you haven't already, pick up Parker's "Agents of Atlas" -- now in its second print run!

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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

NYCC 2009 Photos -- Round Two!

Zander just strolled in with a huge list of notes of the people he met and the deals that went down. But best of all, here are more cell phone photos:

Casey and April

The Monarch, a henchman, and Dr. Killinger

Bill Sienkiewicz

Kevin and Deanne Nowlan

Jim Shooter

Peter Mayhew

Mike Carey

The Bendis.

Some happy storm troopers

Top Ten colorist Alex Sinclair


Green Lanterns

Marina Sirtis

JG Jones

Welcome back, Zander!

View the first round of NYCC '09 photos here


Saturday, February 07, 2009

NYCC 2009 Photos

Zander is at the New York Comic Con this weekend, which is -- as in past years -- packed to the gills. He's busy wheeling and dealing but I convinced him to take a few snapshots to give those back here in the tundra a taste of what's going down:


Walt Simonson

Kevin Maguire

Watchmen co-creator Dave Gibbons

Jerry Robinson, creator of the Joker

Kermit the Frog & Miss Piggy

Steve Dillon and Stuart Moore


David Finch

Aaron Douglas, aka Chief Tyrol

Our former governor!

More BFFs!

Peter Kuper

Steven T. Seagle

Brian Bolland

Chris Jones

Loads of ravenous fans

More to come! Check back soon...


Friday, February 06, 2009

Stella on Hulu

Stella's on Hulu now! Go watch!


Tuesday, February 03, 2009

The Architecturons

Here's a story I've been working on in my off hours. It will appear soon in Ed Moorman's Xeric-winning anthology, Ghost Comics. I'm not sure exactly when it'll be printed, but in the meantime you can read the entire story online here:

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pg 1

pg 2

pg 3

pg 4

To add to the nerdity, here is a Google map showing where all the bits of The Architecturons come from:

Architecturons Map


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