Giant Robot Warriors by Stuart Moore and Ryan Kelly, published by AiT/Planet Lar...
"I thought at first this was an actual reprint of the 2003 graphic novel, but no, it's simply the same edition with a new dust-cover. It's a fairly novel way to represent material that slipped under the radar of most comic readers during the initial release... Kelly's art is excellent, with ample detail and a fine flair for caricature that suits both the political satire and the broadness of the humor."
Matt Silady is interviewed, over at Pop Syndicate:
"Can something like The Homeless Channel
strike that balance successfully? I donít know. Those are some murky waters. Probably not without its humanitarian interests being compromised. Itís a strange give-and-take that I find very interesting. As touching a show as it is to some people, is Extreme Home Makeover
anything more than a giant advertisement for Sears? On the other hand, itís tricky to argue that giving down-on-their-luck families brand new houses could ever be a bad thing."
Newsarama's got the scoop for you on The Homeless Channel:
"'Mimi (Rosenheim, AiT/Planet Lar publisher) and I have been following Matt's progress on his project since the last WonderCon and Alternative Press Expo, with an eye towards publishing it. I've always enjoyed the purity and honesty of the minicomic, from our own company's genesis with the early ASTRONAUTS IN TROUBLE minicomics I wrote and drew, to Brian Wood's pre-CHANNEL ZERO comics we've published as PUBLIC DOMAIN, and Rob Osborne's, and Becky Cloonan's early work (which brought them to our attention), to Matt Fraction's first dabblings, so I always try to keep a finger on the pulse,' said Young. 'And Matt Silady's rumination on society and responsibility is indicative of the next-step in entertainment.'"