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A blog by Christina Weir & Nunzio DeFilippis

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We just learned that we missed Jose Luis Garcia Lopez’ birthday a few days ago. To honor this legend for his birthday (if a little late), here’s a page of his work on the King Tut story we wrote a few years ago. Seriously, the best looking Riddler ever drawn. It was a high point in my career to have one of our stories illustrated by this legend. Happy birthday!

We just learned that we missed Jose Luis Garcia Lopez’ birthday a few days ago. To honor this legend for his birthday (if a little late), here’s a page of his work on the King Tut story we wrote a few years ago. Seriously, the best looking Riddler ever drawn. It was a high point in my career to have one of our stories illustrated by this legend. Happy birthday!

Filed under Jose Luis Garcia Lopez Riddler Batman batman confidential King Tut

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staythatswhatimeanttosay:

In case you are a fan of same sex unions, weddings in general,or are just really itching to know what I look like (or my wife, as I haven’t posted a picture of her yet[she’s the adorable one in the suspenders]) here’s the promised wedding picture spam.

Best day of my life. 

A little late to the party, but we wanted to share this because the world needs more love and beauty.

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Things I Learned From Matthew McConaughey’s acceptance speech:

1) Smoking pot really won’t prevent you from achieving great things.

2) God apparently doesn’t like Bruce Dern, Christian Bale, Leonardo DiCaprio, or Chiwetel Ejiofor.

3) If you do a movie about people struggling with AIDS, it’s totally cool to thank yourself instead.

4) Matthew McConaughey’s hero is himself.

5) If you spend all your time chasing after yourself, when you finally catch him, your head goes right up your own ass.

Filed under Oscars acceptance speech self absorption Matthew McConaughey

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sevenseasentertainment:

AMAZING AGENT LUNA, omnibus 4 (Vol.8-9)
Story by: Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina WeirArt by: ShieiMSRP: $16.99Release date: February 4, 2014

Luna’s control agent, Jennifer Kajiwara, is given an ultimatum by her superiors in the Agency. If Luna fails her newest mission, Project Luna will be terminated—permanently. 
As Luna delves deeper into the shadowy organization known as Knightfall, what she learns may not only derail her mission, but it could tear apart her makeshift family forever.
Super-spy action and high school romance continue in this newest installment of Amazing Agent Luna. This volume directly ties in the with events that occurred in the two-volume Amazing Agent Jennifer prequel, but can be read independently. 


Out now!

sevenseasentertainment:

AMAZING AGENT LUNA, omnibus 4 (Vol.8-9)

Story by: Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir
Art by: Shiei
MSRP: $16.99
Release date: February 4, 2014

Luna’s control agent, Jennifer Kajiwara, is given an ultimatum by her superiors in the Agency. If Luna fails her newest mission, Project Luna will be terminated—permanently. 

As Luna delves deeper into the shadowy organization known as Knightfall, what she learns may not only derail her mission, but it could tear apart her makeshift family forever.

Super-spy action and high school romance continue in this newest installment of Amazing Agent Luna. This volume directly ties in the with events that occurred in the two-volume Amazing Agent Jennifer prequel, but can be read independently. 

Out now!

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So a woman walks into a private investigator’s office and tells her… I don’t think my father is really my father.

And that’s the setup for the third in our series of graphic novels from Oni Press, THE AMY DEVLIN MYSTERIES.

The first book, PAST LIES, was “A man walks into a private investigator’s office and asks her to find out who killed him in his previous life.”

The second book, ALL SAINTS DAY, took Amy Devlin from her P.I.’s office to the Beverly Hills PD’s cold case file, where she finds a series of seemingly unrelated murders… once every 10 years a sinner with a saint’s name is murdered on All Saints Day.

Now comes LOST & FOUND, the third of the Amy Devlin Mysteries.  Amy will look into this young woman’s background, and run into a shady P.I., a self-help group that’s big in Hollywood, a sometimes-lover who’s hiding something and secrets within her own family.

It’ll be in stores in May, and is Previews right now.  Get your Local Comic Store to pre-order.

Lost And Found: An Amy Devlin Mystery

Written by Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir, with art by T.J. Kirsch, and Cover art by T.J. Kirsch and Christopher Mitten.

Published by Oni Press, May 2014

Previews order code JAN141263

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