Online self publishing website Lulu.com is currently running a contest that will award one child the fantastic privilege of having their comic art reproduced by amazing comic artist Ryan Benjamin.
Once again I find myself very envious of children.
In Ask Hasselbalch’s Antboy adaptation, a 12-year-old gets bitten by an ant and – in typical superhero origin fashion – gains superpowers that he uses to fight his nemesis, The Flea. The trailer is in Danish, but you can grasp the gist of what’s happening pretty easily (but just in case we have the translation below, courtesy of twitch).
Ape Entertainment will release Sesame Street: I Is for Imagination in April. Sesame Street #1 will be available with various covers of popular characters like Elmo, Bert & Ernie, Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch and Cookie Monster. Of course, which cover you get depends on what your local comic shop orders. Retailers who order all five of the regular covers receive a rare 1:300 chase cover and a hardcover version. This hardcover version, priced at $7.99, features the comic and an extra story.
Jessica Hickman is publishing her own comic titled, The Mermaid and the Shark, which is about a mermaid who discovers a shark trapped in a fishing net. This looks incredibly adorable, and Hickman’s art is truly top notch.