Month: November 2019

Credit: Dark Horse Credit: Dark Horse Press Release Chris Warner (Predator Hunters, Barb Wire), along with artist Brian Thies (Predator: Life and Death, Star Wars: Legacy), and colorist Wes Dzoiba (Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Comic, Aliens vs. Predator: Three World War) crafts the next chapter in the Predator Hunters story with Predator Hunters III. Continuing
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Credit: George Perez (DC/Marvel Comics) Joseph and Anthony Russo are producing a documentary series based on Reed Tucker’s non-fiction book Slugfest: Inside the Epic, 50-year Battle Between Marvel and DC for the streaming service Quibi, according to Deadline. “Slugfest, the first book to chronicle the history of this epic rivalry into a single, in-depth narrative,
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Credit: Alex Maleev (DC) Credit: DC The identity of Brian Michael Bendis’ new scourge upon the DC Universe – Leviathan – was revealed this week. And while we won’t spoil that reveal for you here (we’ll dive into its ramifications in a spoiler-warned story later Wednesday), we will tell you the character will seemingly return
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Credit: Alex Garcia Credit: Alex Garcia Press Release The Accords. It’s an LGBT/Ally comic book series based in present day America. It features a 7-character line up of individuals running the full gamut of sexual orientation and gender identity. It tackles political and metaphysical themes while maintaining humor and strong characters. Written by psychologist Dr.
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Jennifer Lopez Credit: lev radin / Shutterstock.com Credit: Denis Makarenko / Shutterstock.com Robert Pattinson says that Jennifer Lopez would be an “awesome” Batman… and Lopez herself seems to agree. Wait… what? Let’s start from the beginning. In an interview between the two for Variety’s “Actors on Actors”, Lopez told Pattinson that she thought he would be
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Credit: CW Royals actor Christina Wolfe will portray Julia Pennyworth, daughter of Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred, on CW’s Batwoman, as announced in Entertainment Weekly. Batwoman‘s Julia Pennyworth is described as “crafty and quick-witted British secret service agent” who “shares a complicated past with Kate Kane, which impedes her mission as the two set sights on the same
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Credit: Howard Porter (DC) Press Release DC Celebrates 750 Issues of The Flash in February 2020 Debuts A New Story Arc by Series Writer Josh Williamson, “The Flash Age” Features Stories from an All-Star Collection of Writers and Artists Including Marv Wolfman, Geoff Johns, Bryan Hitch, Francis Manapul, David Marquez, Riley Rossmo and More A
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Twelve characters from the original franchise will be making their game debuts. In addition to Kazuma (Fukushima Jun), Aqua (Amamiya Sora), Megumin (Takahashi Rie), Darkness (Kayano Ai), Wiz (Horie Yui), Yunyun (Toyosaki Aki), Arue (Nazuka Kaori), Chris (Suwa Ayaka), Mitsurugi (Eguchi Takuya), Dust (Majima Junji), and Lean (Hanamori Yumiri), all familiar faces for fans of
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Swimming anime Free!’s next original movie will not be arriving next summer as originally announced, but instead on an as yet unspecified later date. The delay was revealed via a post on the official website which attributes it to “various circumstances” but also emphasises that the creative team are hard at work making sure the
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By Justin Partridge, Best Shots Reviewer November 12, 2019 12:07pm ET Credit: Jenna Cha/Brad Simpson (Vault Comics) Credit: Vault Comics Black Stars Above #1Written by Lonnie NadlerArt by Jenna Cha and Brad SimpsonLettering by Hassan Otsmane-ElhaouPublished by Vault Comics‘Rama Rating: 9 out of 10 Credit: Vault Comics Eerie cosmic horror and harsh historical drama collide
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Credit: DC/Black Label Credit: DC/Black Label Artist Peter Gross admits that he and frequent collaborator Mike Carey have a knack for creating “ordinary moments” with their characters – scenes that “really bring the characters alive” before they’re thrust into epic, fantastic situations. For this week’s debut of The Dollhouse Family, the two will unite their
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Read a full issue from The Boys Omnibus Vol. 5 ahead of its release this week from from Dynamite Entertainment. The Boys Omnibus Vol. 5writer: Garth Ennisartists: Darick Robertson, John McCrea, Russ Brauncomic cover: Darick RobertsonFC  |  420 pages  |  $29.99  |   Superheroes  |  MatureIncludes:Volume 9: The Big RideVolume 10:  Butcher, Baker, CandlestickmakerIn Volume 9,
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Credit: Valiant Entertainment Press Release Meet the Valiant Universe’s brand-new superhero: DOCTOR TOMORROW! This February, teenage hothead and star athlete Bart Simms will come face to face with the Valiant Universe’s greatest hero… himself! The action-packed adventure is by rising star ALEJANDRO ARBONA (contributor to the Eisner-Award winning anthology Love is Love) and awe-inspiring artist
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Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics House of X/Powers of X designer Tom Muller has carved out a new “Dawn of X”-era logo for Marvel’s upcoming relaunched Wolverine solo series.  Here’s the newly revised cover of February 2020’s Wolverine #1 with the new Muller-designed logo, along with the just-released solicitation for the issue. WOLVERINE #1Written
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On December 18, Peanuts‘ Snoopy will follow in the pawprints of the Russian cosmonaut Laika and venture into space – but go where no beagle has gone before: Mars. In the OGN Snoopy: A Beagle of Mars, Charles M. Schulz’ loveable canine goes on what BOOM! Studios calls “his grandest adventure yet!” This OGN touches
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Credit: BOOM! Studios   Credit: BOOM! Studios Matt Kindt and Matt Smith’s Folklords was created out a set of coincidences, happenstance, and an almost missed connection. With the limited series debuting this week from BOOM! Studios, Kindt spoke with Newsarama about the quirky behind-the-scenes ‘making of’ Folklords and also, of course, what’s on the page.
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