SAN DIEGO, DAY 3: Comic-Con International 2002: Day 3 News Round-Up

  • CBR News learned Saturday afternoon that mainstream pop culture magazine Entertainment Weekly will be debuting a section devoted to comics in the coming months.
  • Fans of Tom Beland's Eisner nominated "True Story, Swear To God" have some good stuff to look forward to. AiT/PlanetLar will be collecting the TSSTG mini-comic's, which contained reprints of Beland's on-line strip, in a trade paperback with horizontal binding. AiT/Planet Lar Publisher Mimi Rosenheim was first exposed to Beland's work this weekend at CCI and made the decision to collect the strips after readin the work.

  • [Superman/Batman]Yesterday on the DCU Panel, the pending Superman/Batman series by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuiness that doesn't yet have a title, may never have a title. According to Patty Jeres and Mike Carlin, the two mentioned the possibility the comic may simply use logos in lieu of an actual title.

CBR Staff Writer Arune Singh contributed to this story.

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