Tagged: Robert Tinnell

Emily S. Whitten: In Pursuit of Lunch

O.K. This is the wiseass editor typing. Emily’s not here today.

Something about near-complete exhaustion from something called “work.”

Do not fret. Emily will be back next week, no doubt because we’ll hire Deadpool to either find her or ghost her column.

And Emily will be at the Baltimore Comic-Con  September 8th and 9th, joining fellow ComicMixers Marc Alan Fishman, Glenn Hauman, Adriane Nash, and Mike Gold (who always enjoys writing about himself in the third person), and artistic ComicMixers Timothy Truman, Mark Wheatley, Andrew Pepoy, Robert Tinnell and Marc Hempel. We’ll mostly be terrorizing the masses at the Insight Studios booth and at the Unshaven Comics booth.

Yes, I just used poor Emily’s exhaustion to plug a comics convention. Any port in a storm.

‘Till then, caveat emptor!

Mix March Madness 2012 Webcomics Tournament Finals: Gunnerkrigg Court vs. Goblins!

UPDATE: Comments here are closed and a new thread for comments has been started here. You can vote at either page.

It’s here– the final battle of our webcomics tournament between Thomas Siddell’s Gunnerkrigg Court and Tarol Hunt’s Goblins!

Both strips pulled off tremendous upsets in the last round, beating such webcomics as Homestuck and Order Of The Stick, to make it to the final showdown. We remind you that the second place winner will get $50, with the grand prize winner walking away with $100. (We’d also like to point out that if you’re a fan of either of these strips, you may enjoy our own GrimJack: The Manx Cat by John Ostrander and Timothy Truman and Demons of Sherwood by Robert Tinnell and Bo Hampton. End of soft sell.)

The finals start right now, and ends this Monday night, April 9, at 11:59 PM, Eastern Daylight Time. (Yes, we’re making allowances for Good Friday, Passover, the sabbath, and Easter). Go vote! (more…)

Barnes & Noble Announce Nook Tablet; Launching With Marvel (and ComicMix) Graphic Novels

And the other shoe drops. Marvel Entertainment announced today that the long-anticipated Nook Tablet from Barnes & Noble will offer readers access to  a digital library of Marvel graphic novels.

“This is a huge opportunity for Marvel—and the entire comics medium—to reach a wider audience than ever before thanks to Barnes & Noble’s exciting new NOOK Tablet,” said Peter Phillips, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Marvel Digital Media Group. “Barnes & Noble is committed to offering customers a broad array of Marvel graphic novels, both digitally and through their massive in-store selection, which can only help bring fans into our exciting world of Super Heroes and unparalleled storytelling.”

Users can purchase digital copies of their favorite Marvel graphic novels through NOOK Bookstore™, with a selection including such hits as Civil War, Invincible Iron Man, Captain America, Thor by JMS, Astonishing X-Men, New Avengers, Marvels and more! These graphic novels will also be available on the highly-acclaimed NOOK Color™.

“We’re excited to bring NOOK customers the largest available digital collection of graphic novels from Marvel Entertainment,” said Theresa Horner, Barnes & Noble’s Vice President of Digital Content. “The high resolution of our VividView color touchscreen makes the action virtually jump off the page, and takes graphic novels to a whole new level of entertainment.”

This is as good a time as any to note that ComicMix also has graphic novels available for the Nook platform, starting with the Harvey Award nominated EZ Street by Robert Tinnell and Mark Wheatley. More titles will be announced shortly.

Lone Justice: Hard Times!

Lone Justice: Hard Times!

Lone Justice #13His life of privilege is over! With or without the mask, Lone Justice is a man down on his luck – and the streets are mean! Read the latest installment of Lone Justice: Crash! from Mark Wheatley and Robert Tinnell now — or start from the beginning!

Mark Wheatley painting ‘Lone Justice: Crash!’ video

Mark Wheatley painting ‘Lone Justice: Crash!’ video

Lone Justice: Crash! is the new graphic novel from the Harvey award nominated team of Robert Tinnell and Mark Wheatley. Regular visitors to ComicMix also know Mark Wheatley as the co-creator (also along with Robert Tinnell) of EZ Street, as well as Frankenstein Mobster on his own.

For many of Mark’s fans and admirers, it is his painting and color work that set his art apart from others– and Mark has set up video cameras in his studio sanctum to document exactly what arcane methods he uses to create his color comics and illustrations. We’ve already shown you his drawing technique, now see how he finishes the work. Feel free to comment– Mark will be on hand to answer any questions.

‘Lone Justice: Crash!’ promotional trailer

‘Lone Justice: Crash!’ promotional trailer

Lone Justice: Crash! is the new graphic novel from the Harvey award nominated team of Robert Tinnell and Mark Wheatley. This two-fisted pulp adventure began last week on ComicMix, but it’s been in the works for a while… in fact, we had a promotional video at the San Diego Comic-Con this past summer. And now that you’ve had a chance to see some of the series, you’ll also notice a few more spoilery images in there. Take a look:

 Remember: the next installment of Lone Justice: Crash! premieres this Monday!

Mark Wheatley drawing ‘Lone Justice: Crash!’ video

Mark Wheatley drawing ‘Lone Justice: Crash!’ video

Lone Justice: Crash! is the new graphic novel from the Harvey award nominated team of Robert Tinnell and Mark Wheatley. This two-fisted pulp adventure began Monday on ComicMix, but how does it all come together?

Mark Wheatley has taken the time to set up a video camera and show you exactly how he puts the entire package together. Take a look:


‘Lone Justice’ creators on Mr. Media, previews on Scoop

‘Lone Justice’ creators on Mr. Media, previews on Scoop

Continuing our media blitz for our new upcoming series, Lone Justice creators Robert Tinnell and Mark Wheatley were just interviewed on Mr. Media. Click here to listen to the show.

And Diamond’s Scoop also has an interview with the creators, along with previews of the first installment– just in case you can’t wait for Monday.

Of course, if you want to know about the real creators of Lone Justice, read the Harvey Award nominated EZ STREET.