There were so many great announcements from today’s event, but the ones I’m most looking forward to are Blackbird by Humphries and Bartel:
It follows a young woman named Nina who discovers a neon-lit world of magic masters in Los Angeles. Now they’ve kidnapped her sister, and Nina is the only one who can save her.
Dead Guy Fan Club by Annie Wu:
In this new series, the founders of a rock star’s fan club reunite in adulthood to investigate the suspicious death of their hero and the involvement of an unhinged member of their old flock.
Lastly, Death or Glory by Remender and Bengal:
In order to pay for her beloved, dying Father’s surgery, Glory has three days to pull off a four dangerous cross country heists with mob killers, crooked cops and a psycho ex-husband all out to bring her in or die trying.
One thing to note is that, while I know the stories themselves will be great, it’s the art that attracts me to these books, having followed Bartel and Bengal’s work for years online and Wu from her work on Hawkeye and Black Canary.
2018 is shaping up to be yet another great year for Image comic fans.
Right, because if there’s one thing that has been hampering a great experience on Twitter, it’s the MacOS app.
Because of course they are.
It’s encouraging to see Harrison Ford involved in any way with Solo. The trailer looked great and Ford’s advisory, particularly his approval of the script, leaves me hopeful.
This made a ton of sense when it was rumoured several months ago and even more now that Google’s intensified their hardware efforts. As a heavy Google and Nest user, I’m excited to see what this means for both companies.
I hope this is true. Putting the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen has always felt very strange to me, despite the ease of use.
Snow Leopard was the first version of OS X that I bought. The performance and stability was amazing from day one, which I haven’t experienced since.
It’s unfortunate news for those that were hoping for something a little more stable sooner than later but good that users will be moved directly to the newest version of Android. Personally, this news just makes me feel even better about my decision to switch from the PH-1 to the Pixel 2 XL.
It’s strange to see Apple announcing a new version of iOS this way. I know it’s likely because of the performance throttling mishap but it’s still a new side of Apple. I hope they continue to do this for future updates.
I owned the original OnePlus 1 and ending up getting my invite without having to jump through any of their ridiculous hoops. I forgot just how half-baked some of their marketing ideas were at the time.
Why were they ever taken seriously?
I switched to Feedbin recently from Feedly for a number of reasons. My time so far with it has been excellent. If you’re looking to change your RSS service, maybe to one that now links nicely with Micro.blog, check it out.
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.
Lots of great comics to look forward to this year. I’m particularly excited about the new Dick Tracy, VS, Gideon Falls, Come Into Me, The Seeds, and Oblivion Song to name a few.