Month: February 2020

Credit: DC DC makes its C2E2 2020 debut with its returning DC Nation panel. With an announced guest list of Tom King, Mitch Gerads, Evan “Doc” Shaner, Amanda Conner, Joe Hill, Kami Garcia, Gabriele Piccolo, and Joe Hill, this DC Nation panel looks to cover the breadth of all of DC’s lines. Follow along with
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Credit: Leinil Francis Yu (Marvel Comics) Credit: Adi Granov (Marvel Comics) The masterminds behind Marvel Comics’ X-Men revival are here at C2E2, and ready to talk about what they’ve done – and what they’re doing next. X-Men writer / Head of X Jonathan Hickman is scheduled to be here, joined by Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski and
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Credit: Marvel Comics Spider-Man spin-off character Silk will return in a new ongoing series launching this July. The series, announced during Marvel’s ‘Artists Extravaganza’ panel at C2E2 202 , will be written by Maurene Goo with art from Takeshi Miyazawa, and features a cover from Stonehouse. Credit: Chris Arrant     Credit: Marvel Comics In the
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Credit: Leinil Francis Yu (Marvel Comics) Marvel Comics’ Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski returns to Chicago’s C2E2 with his staple convention panel, “Marvel Fanfare.” In this installment, Cebulski is scheduled to be joined by X-Men‘s Jonathan Hickman and Immortal Hulk‘s Al Ewing about their individual origins as comics fans (and Marvel fans), as well as what they
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Credit: Skottie Young (Marvel Comics) The first big panel of C2E2 2020 is Marvel’s Artists Extravaganza panel. This panel will feature writer/artist Skottie Young and other artists to be revealed talking about their work as artists within the proverbial House of Ideas. Expect reveals of new art, as well as new context to some of
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Here’s a look inside the Marvel Comics and DC booths at C2E2 2020, courtesy of Newsarama editor Chris Arrant who is on the scene reporting live. As may be expected, Marvel’s booth is primarily geared toward the publisher’s upcoming Empyre crossover, along with Disney+’s documentary series Marvel’s Heroes Project. Meanwhile, DC’s booth focuses on characters
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Now a fortnight away from release, Sony has released 12 new behind-the-scenes and scene stills from Vin Diesel’s Bloodshot, based on the Valiant Entertainment character. “Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a soldier recently killed in action and brought back to life as the superhero Bloodshot by the RST corporation,” reads the official description. “With
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Credit: lev radin / Shutterstock.com Credit: lev radin / Shutterstock.com FX has cast Ben Schnetzer as Yorick Brown in its TV adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s Vertigo comic book Y: The Last Man, according to Variety. Schnetzer reportedly joins the cast following the departure of Barry Keoghan. Diane Lane, Imogen Poots, Lashana Lynch, Juliana
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Credit: Jorge Jiménez/Tomeu Morey (DC) Credit: Jorge Jiménez/Tomeu Morey (DC) Press Release Batman #90 has sold out ahead of its March 4 on-sale date and is rushing back to press for a second printing! This marks the second straight pre-on sale sellout for the series, following Punchline’s debut in Batman #89.  Batman #90 Second Printing reprints part five of
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Along with announcing summer X-Men event X of Swords, Marvel previewed a whole host of ‘Dawn of X’ line images during its ‘X-Men’ panel at C2E2 2020. Here’s a gallery of everything they showed, including images from X of Swords, Cable #4, Children of the Atom #3, Excalibur #12, Giant-Size X-Men: Nightcrawler, Marauders #9, New
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Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel Comics has released a cryptic teaser in advance of its X-Men panel at this weekend’s C2E2. The teaser, which went out on Twitter alongside the date and time of the panel, appears to resemble the vague shape of a sword. Friday 2/28 – 2:30PM CT – Room S401 – C2E2 #MarvelComics
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Credit: Image Comics Credit: Martin Morazzo (Image Comics) Quibi, the short-form streaming platform set to debut April 6, will be the home to the adaptation of W. Maxwell Prince’s Image Comics horror-fantasy anthology series Ice Cream Man, according to Deadline.  Deadline first reported a TV adaptation of the series was being developed by Universal Content Productions
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Credit: DC Credit: DC Amethyst #1Written by Amy ReederArt by Amy ReederLettering by Gabriela DowniePublished by DCReview by Pierce Lydon‘Rama Rating: 6 out of 10 It’s great to see Amy Reeder doing more DC work but Amethyst is far from a perfect return. While Reeder is able to establish the world of her story fairly
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Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics X-Men #7Written by Jonathan HickmanArt by Leinil Francis Yu and Sunny GhoLettering by Clayton CowlesPublished by Marvel ComicsReview by David Pepose‘Rama Rating: 10 out of 10 “How do you accurately describe it? Miraculous? Glorious? Wrong?” At their best, the X-Men — like all characters residing in the superhero genre
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Credit: Fox The Simpsons has lampooned Marvel Comics and Marvel Studios before – but now the call is coming from inside the house as Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios President and Chief Creative Officer joins the venerable animated sitcom as “Chinos,” a villain taking aim at the MCU’s big bad guy Thanos. Feige’s upcoming appearance on
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Credit: IDW Publishing Credit: IDW Publishing Credit: IDW Publishing IDW Publishing has announced an oversized hardcover Artist’s Edition release of Michael Golden’s Micronauts art. The oversized 12″x17″ volume will comprise six full issues of Micronauts – #3, #7-9, and #11-12, originally published by Marvel Comics – along with more than a dozen covers and extensive
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Credit: DC Superman’s Earth parents Ma and Pa Kent have been dead in DC continuity since 2011’s “New 52” relaunch altered aspects of the DC Universe. But following long-seeded hints in the pages of Brian Michael Bendis’ Superman and Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s Doomsday Clock, it appears the upcoming Superman: Villains #1 will officially resurrect the
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By Justin Partridge, Best Shots Reviewer February 27, 2020 01:32pm ET Credit: Terry Dodson/Rachel Dodson/Laura Martin/Joe Caramagna (Marvel Comics) Credit: Terry Dodson/Rachel Dodson/Laura Martin/Joe Caramagna (Marvel Comics) X-Men/Fantastic Four #2Written by Chip ZdarskyArt by Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson, Karl Story, Ransom Getty, and Laura MartinLettering by Joe CaramagnaPublished by Marvel Comics‘Rama Rating: 7 out of
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Credit: Image Comics 20XX #6WRITER: Lauren Keely, Jonathan LunaARTIST / COVER A: Jonathan LunaMAY 27 / 32 pages / BW/ M / $3.99Mer seeks revenge. Nuon chooses between love and loyalty. With casualties on both sides, things don’t look good for reconciliation between the East and West Side gangs. A MAN AMONG YE E#1WRITER: Stephanie
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