Here You Go!!!

darius-revised small After several unexpected delays, the new version of Super Justice Force is available. The biggest difference with this version is the new cover. There are some very minor editorial changes between this and Darius Logan: Super Justice Force, but nothing of major consequence (and probably not anything that readers of the earlier version would notice). Basically, I just wanted to re-brand the series as The Adventures of Darius Logan. I also wanted to start using my full name as an author, which required assigning a new ISBN number to the book. If for some reason you want the older version, it is still available on Amazon (though it costs a dollar more). Now that this is done, it’s time to finish up the sequel, No Man’s Land.

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San Diego Comic Con 2013

Hey folks, look for me next week at the San Diego Comic Con. I have two big events happening Friday, July 19th. First, there is The Black Panel, Friday morning at 10am. Moderated by Michael Davis, I’m honored to be one of the panelists this year.

theblackpanel-2013Then, at 3pm, my good friend and partner-in-crime Robert Love will be signing at the Dark Horse booth (Booth #2615). Robert and I are the creators of the series NUMBER 13, which will be collected into a trade paperback in September.

sdccFinally, Robert and I have been working with the amazing folks at Big Machine to develop a live-action version of NUMBER 13. There will be some exciting news announced on Thursday, July 18th, and then again on Friday the 19th. Look for more news then.

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New MSN Article

Check out my most recent article on MSN’s Parallel Universe, Watching Dead: The Best Movies to Watch If You Love Zombies.

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New Article on MSN

Check out my most recent article for MSN—an overview of movies inspired by serial killer Ed Gein (for some reason that cut out Three on a Meathook). Click HERE to read the article.

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New Project – NUMBER 13

Last year I co-wrote NUMBER 13, a comic book story that was serialized in the pages of Dark Horse Presents. Next month, Dark Horse will collect the entire NUMBER 13 story and reprint it in a single volume one-shot (they’re calling it #0). Click HERE to see a preview of that story. Then, in December, a three-issue NUMBER 13 miniseries will debut from Dark Horse. The story is by me and Robert Love (who is also the artist), and the final script is by yours truly.

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Check Out My New Book!!!

Check out my new electronic book, BadAzz MoFo’s Book of SPAGHETTI WESTERNS. Featuring dozens of film reviews—many from the long-out-of-print BadAzz MoFo #4—as well as an historical overview, this is something you don’t want to miss out on. If you’re a fan of spaghetti westerns, or you want to know more about the genre, this is the book for you—and it only costs $2.99!!! Confused by all the Django movies? Don’t worry, I explain it all. The Eurowestern genre spawned more than 600 films, but with BadAzz MoFo’s Book of SPAGHETTI WESTERNS you’ll know exactly which movies to watch, like Django, and which ones to avoid, like Django Kills Silently. Please note, this is an electronic book, which can be read on the Kindle or with the Kindle app, and is only available through Amazon (for the time being). There is no physical version of this book, nor will there be a physical version any time in the foreseeable future.

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Miles Morales and Ultimate Spider-Man, the Most Important Superhero of the 21st Century

I’ve been reading the adventures of Spider-Man since before I could actually read. Back when I was a kid who had not yet learned to read, I studied the pictures in issues of Amazing Spider-Man. As it turns out, I learned how to read through the comic book adventures of Spider-Man, Batman, and the Hulk. Of all the superheroes that populate the pages of Marvel and Dc Comics, Spider-Man and his alter-ego Peter Parker has always been my favorite, occupying a special place in my heart that no other character in the world of fiction could ever hope to occupy. And then along came the new Spider-Man, teenager Miles Morales who took on the crime-fighting identity of the murdered Peter Parker, (NOTE: Peter only died in Ultimate Spider-Man, which takes place in a different universe from all the other Spider-Man comics, so he’s not all dead, just mostly dead), and suddenly I had a new favorite superhero. Read more Miles Morales and Ultimate Spider-Man, the Most Important Superhero of the 21st Century

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Will Smith Article on MSN

Check out my most recent article for MSN, Mr. Smith Saves the World. Click HERE.

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The Death of MCA and What the Beastie Boys Mean to Me

Somewhere in my vast archives—though I’m not sure where—I have an interview with Adam Yauch, best known to the world as MCA of the Beastie Boys. Earlier today news broke that Yauch has died at age 48 after a long battle with cancer. I interviewed Yauch back in 2006 for the release of the Beastie Boys concert film, Awesome, I Fuckin’ Shot That. Under the name Nathaniel Hornblower, Yauch had directed Awesome, as well as some of the Beastie Boys best music videos. During the interview I told him that I’d first seen the Beastie Boys in concert back in 1987 during their License to Ill tour, which was in support of the album that placed them on the map 25 years ago. I’ll never forget Yauch’s response: “Yeah, sorry about that. We sucked back then.” Read more The Death of MCA and What the Beastie Boys Mean to Me

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THE AVENGERS article for MSN

Check out my most recent article for MSN’s Parallel Universe, Who’s Who in THE AVENGERS.

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