In case you haven’t seen this floating around the Internet:
WOW! I wonder if Disney got royalties! (I suspect a little color altering, but brilliantly done.) And why does it appear that Lady Mary Crawley has jumped ahead 100 years in the lower-left image?
And I know I haven’t [...]
Copyright Marvel Comics/Sense & Sensibility
Last year Marvel Comics released Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice in comic book format. This year, they’ve moved on to Austen’s Sense & Sensibility.
They’re using the same writer for the adaptation, but a different artist. I’m so behind in blogging, issues 1 and 2 have already been released and issue [...]
A while back Missyisms shared that Marvel comics was going to release a five-part edition of the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice in comic book form. The first two comic books have been released and our humble editor has taken a look.
In summary, they aren’t as bad as they could be, but they definitely [...]
If you are a fan of Star Trek you don't need me telling you that a new Star Trek movie is opening this weekend. The movie is a prequel to the original TV show, a.k.a. The Original Series (TOS), but also has a direct connection to the second Star Trek TV series, The Next Generation [...]
Marvel, yes the comic book people, are inking into the Jane Austen frenzy. They are releasing Pride and Prejudice in five-serial comic books. I believe the first issue will be released in April, but I can't say for sure.
If you need smelling salts to recover from the thought of P&P in comic book form, then [...]
This Bound & Gagged comic made me laugh this morning. Always appreciate a good laugh. Click image for better view.
Copyright: Dana Summers and Tribune Media Services, Inc.
Gotta love the ‘tude. VBG! (Click for cleaner, bigger image.)
Image: Copyright Universal Press Syndicate
I’m pretty sure these folks use me for target practice…and they are darn good!
Click to enlarge the comic. Comic copyrights are the Tribune Media Services.
When I was in grade school two of my social studies (a.k.a., history) books had a political cartoon that I have remembered all my life. I don’t have a copy of the cartoon, but it was from the Roaring Twenties and was a picture of a little girl kneeling next to her bed praying. She [...]