6/27/2006 11:16:00 AM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|My buddy, Chris Samnee, has been nominated for the 2006 Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award for his work as artist on Capote in Kansas by Oni Press. The winners will be announced at the San Diego Comic-Con. You know I'm rooting for ya, Chris!|W|P|115143254539553828|W|P|Go, Samnee, Go!|W|P|6/26/2006 10:24:00 AM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P| In the distant futureworld that is the year 2001, Morlock the plantman leads a angst-filled struggle against the tyranny of a cruel government and his own seething rage. He might be able to help those in need ... if only he can keep from devouring them. Read all about Morlock 2001 in the latest installment of POW! Moments.|W|P|115134300163904368|W|P|Morlock Must Be Destroyed|W|P|8/19/2006 08:38:00 AM|W|P|Blogger best4chance|W|P|Greets to the webmaster of this wonderful site. Keep working. Thank you.
»6/23/2006 06:52:00 AM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|Well, we were on our way. Had the car packed, the dog in the kennel, the neighbors looking after the house. About 45 minutes into the trip, we received a call regarding a familiy emergency and we headed back home. We're still not sure if we'll be able to go to Nashville or not, even for a day or two, but we're holding out hope.|W|P|115107091184334361|W|P|... Or Maybe Not.|W|P|6/21/2006 01:14:00 AM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|I'm leaving Wednesday morning for Nashville, TN, where I'll be a guest at Hypericon. I'm not sure if I'll have access to the internet while I'm away, but if not I'll post a full con report when I return. For those of you who are planning on attending the convention, make sure to find me and say hello. I'll be participating in a couple of panels on Saturday: Sat -10 AM Writing Short Fiction Cullen Bunn, Geoffrey Girard, Steven Antzak, James Bassett Tips to improve your short story writing Sat - 4 PM The Future Of Comics Brian Keene, Michael Oliveri, Cullen Bunn What is going on now in the comics industry that will influence comics tomorrow? How will the graphic novel medium evolve?|W|P|115087799824823080|W|P|Hypericon, Here I Come|W|P|8/17/2006 05:15:00 PM|W|P|Blogger steelboy28|W|P|Keep up the good work. thnx!
»8/19/2006 12:48:00 AM|W|P|Blogger steelboy28|W|P|I love your website. It has a lot of great pictures and is very informative.
»6/17/2006 02:07:00 PM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|Mike Oliveri, Nate Southard, and I are looking for artists for our next comics projects. To make it a little easier, we teamed up and started a website and loose writing studio called Penslingers, Inc. If you're at all interested in the projects we're dreaming up, drop by www.penslingersinc.com and take a look!|W|P|115057851203304408|W|P|Penslingers, Inc.|W|P|6/16/2006 08:01:00 PM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|Here's an idea I conjured up a few months back. Upon showing it to my buddy Brian Hurtt , I was told, "Never, never show this to anyone else." But since I rarely pay attention to such sage advice, here ya go, a feast for your eyes and mind--I give you ...
Deep beneath the ocean waves, something evil stirs. Some say the shark has not evolved significantly in thousands of years ... it is, as it ever was, a perfect, mindless killing machine with no desire save to eat. But now the sharks hunger for more. Exposed to dangerous levels of radiation seeping from the ruined hulk of a sunken nuclear submarine, the sharks have started to change. Strange mutations have increased their intellect to a level surpassing that of humans. And to make matters worse, some of the sharks have developed the ability to read thoughts and control minds! Simple thought patterns have been replaced with a lust for power and a drive to conquer. Imagine now that you are one of the surface world's top scientific minds. Imagine your elation to be invited--along with dozens of your peers--on an all-expense paid pleasure cruise. Surrounded by geniuses in biotechnology, robotics, and engineering, you are in your element. But imagine, too, your shock--your ultimate horror--to learn that the cruise was but a ploy to lure you and your fellows into a trap! Far too late you realize your predicament. The ship's hull is torn apart upon corral reefs! As the ship begins to sink, you realize you are surrounded by the cold, dead eyes of hundreds of sharks! The scientists are taken deep into an undersea cave and trapped within a few winding, air-filled chambers. There they are forced to do the bidding of the sharks if they ever hope to see the surface world again. Using the wreckage of sunken ships, the scientists assist their new masters in the creation of awesome engines of destruction! Weeks later, as swimmers and sunbathers frolic in the surf and sand of Grayson City Beach-- The waters begin to churn ... A lifeguard blows his whistle upon sighting a shark's fin breaking the surface ... Frightened swimmers trudge through the waves to reach the safety of the beach ... But there is no safety, as an army of horrific beasts emerge from the water ... Attacking sharks!A deadly fusion of barnacle-encrusted machinery and sandpaper-rough flesh, the sharks march upon the shore with spidery legs. Even the once harmless pilot fish that swam beneath the shark have been turned into flesh-seeking weapons! What could possibly stop this army of now-amphibious predators? When the military is dispatched to destroy the sharks, they encounter an even greater horror rising from the depths ... Shark tanks! Massive, lumbering aquariums filled with water and bloodthirsty sharks! Gigantic claws scoop up soldiers and innocent victims alike and plop them through the yawning opening atop the machine. Those who escape the grasping claws are witness to the terrible sight of the victims being torn to shreds by the hungry creatures within! All seems lost ... but one lone survivor of the initial attack of the attacking sharks, 14 year old Carrie Woods, vows revenge. Partnering with her uncle, a grizzled and crusty fisherman, Carrie sets out to find a way to put a stop to the advance of the sharks once and for all! Will she succeed? Will she be too late? Will she and her uncle fall victim to the cruelty of the sharks? Only time will tell! There you have it! The first part of an epic tale. I'm not sure when I'll get around to posting the rest of the story. Maybe it's best to let this ghastly story remain untold ... For now ...
|W|P|115051374331695304|W|P|The Oceans Cannot Contain Them!|W|P|6/17/2006 04:46:00 PM|W|P|Blogger Steven Elias Marx|W|P|Hah! I like this. A horrifying meld of 50s monster flicks and Discovery's Shark Week! Great fun! What more could we ask for? More! More!

Steve6/19/2006 08:42:00 AM|W|P|Blogger Mike|W|P|You should have listened to Brian. ;p6/16/2006 07:52:00 PM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|My friend Curt Hoffmeister recently took a well-earned first place in Desdmona's Hard-boiled Sex Contest for his short story "Wet Work". You can read his winning spy story online. I think the tale has enough trappings to call it--dare I say--horrific. But you'll have to judge for yourself. Either way, it's a fine piece of work, and despite the fact that it won an erotic story contest, you don't even have to feel cheap indulging in the story.|W|P|115051313898654800|W|P|Congratulations, Hoffmeister!|W|P|6/15/2006 11:45:00 AM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|My latest POW! Moments column features Aricel's Warlock 5, a nifty little comic that resembles many of the popular movies of the 80s. But it's tough to go wrong with terminator robots, zombies, knights, and dragons all rolled into one book. |W|P|115039748739352721|W|P|One Can There Only Be!|W|P|6/13/2006 01:25:00 PM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|One of the things my illustrious co-creator, Brian Hurtt, and I have discovered--when you title a comic The Damned, the jokes never step. "Let's have a Damned meeting." or "Would you e-mail me The Damned script pages?" or "The Damned artwork is almost finished." Well, now you can sign up for regular Damned updates. We've set up an e-newsletter to deliver the latest scoop on the comic and our other creative efforts directly to your inbox. To sign up, just click the link below: |W|P|115023079205701135|W|P|Get All The Damned News You Could Ever Want|W|P|6/10/2006 05:47:00 AM|W|P|Cullen Bunn|W|P|Maybe you thought by the title I'd be ranting about some slight (or imagined slight) perpetrated by a friend of mine. No way! My friends are both too cool to do such a thing. I'm talking about John Constantine, who takes center stage in my latest Broken Frontier column.|W|P|114994381185583961|W|P|With Friends Like These ...|W|P|