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“Vision Machine” #1 nabs Book of the Week honors from Awesomed by Comics

The Awesomed by Comics podcast has chosen “Vision Machine” #1 as one of its Books of the Week!
Click here to listen to the podcast.
The “Vision Machine” discussion begins around 1:05:40.

“Incredible Hercules: Love and War” wins Popular Vote Award at the Barcelona Comic Fair

“Incredible Hercules: Love and War,” written by Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente with pencils by Clayton Henry and Salva Espin, has won the Popular Vote Award for Best Foreign Publication at the Barcelona Comic Fair.
Click here for the full article.

Wizard interviews Pak about the Hulk

On the eve of the Mighty Marvel Smashfest which is “World War Hulk” #1, Wizard interviews writer Greg Pak about the story. Here’s an excerpt:

What do you think the Hulk’s biggest hurdle is going to be when he lands on Earth?
PAK: I’d hazard a guess that Doctor Strange may provide the biggest challenge. First, because he’s the Sorcerer Supreme. Second, because of all the Illuminati, he has the most history and closest friendship with the Hulk. And third, because in issue #4 of World War Hulk, something goes way, way, way too far. I’ll say no more.
Are there any other landmark issues readers should watch out for?
PAK: Incredible Hulk #110, written by yours truly with pencils by the inestimable Carlo Pagulayan, includes a shocking revelation about the Hulk’s true nature. Hulk fans absolutely won’t want to miss this one.

Click here for the full story. raves about “Battlestar Galactica” #5 has published a rave review from Jerome Maida of “Battlestar Galactica” #5, written by Greg Pak with pencils by Nigel Raynor. An excerpt:

Set in the middle of the second season, writer Greg Pak successfully captures the sophistication of the show as well as its overall vibe and that of its numerous and unique characters. Whether it’s Commander Adama’s quiet strength, Starbuck’s cockiness and cool, Number Six’s sultry manipulations, Gaius Baltar’s psychoses and desire for self-preservation or President Roslin’s steel will, all these characters ring true

Such complex storytelling combines with Nigel Raynor’s stellar art to make “Battlestar Galactica” a must-read for fans and nonfans alike.

Click here to read the full review.
“Battlestar Galactica” #5 is on sale now in comic book stores everywhere. Ask your local store to hold a copy for you today.

Election Day!

A friendly civic reminder:
Today, Tuesday, November 7, is Election Day. Exercise your franchise — go vote!
And take these numbers with you:
1-866-OUR-VOTE – if you encounter any voter intimidation or other problems voting, call this number.
1-866-MYVOTE-1 – for help finding your polling place.

Katrina benefit auction – comics and comic art

Joe Quesada and a slew of other comics professionals are auctioning off art and comics at as a fundraiser for the Red Cross to assist Hurricane Katrina victims. The first group of auctions are now online — please visit and bid.
Click here to bid on signed copies of the “Phoenix – Endsong” hardcover and the “Robot Stories” DVD
Click here to bid on another signed copy of the “Phoenix – Endsong” hardcover
Click here to bid on the last signed copy of the “Phoenix – Endsong” hardcover

Give to the Red Cross for Katrina relief

red crossThe Red Cross is accepting donations for its Hurricane 2005 relief operation. Click here to donate online.

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