Unlettered pages from Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #1 and #2 have been released, following the larger announcement of the event (and ongoing series) that will usher the LoSH back into the primary DCU. Brian Michael Bendis is writing Millennium, and is joined by artist doing segmented, character-specific stories. Included in this album is Andrea Sorrentino’s
Ryan Sook has redesigned the principal members of Legion of Super-Heroes ahead of their return this September in the Millennium event (and then their own ongoing). Flip through this album for his designs, and then go over and read about his and Brian Michael Bendis’ plans for the team going forward here. Got a comment?
Credit: DC Credit: DC DC’s Legion of Super-Heroes will finally return in full-force this September – first with a two-part prelude special, followed by an ongoing series, both by Brian Michael Bendis. It all kicks off September 19 with Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #1, the first of a two-issue monthly limited series setting the stage
Credit: Sony Pictures Credit: IMAX/Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios Spider-Man: Far From Home is tracking to earn $154 million at the domestic box office in its first week of release, according to Variety. The six day time frame encompasses the dates from July 2, through Sunday July 7 – a longer period than many estimates account for, thanks to
Credit: Lucasfilm The next Star Wars Celebration convention event has been confirmed to be taking place August 27 – 30, 2020, in Anaheim, California. “Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2020 will be four fun-filled days of major announcements, immersive exhibits, an interactive show floor, screenings, exclusive merchandise, celebrity guests, panels, autograph sessions, fan-inspired activities, costumes, and
Credit: Alexander Lozano (Marvel Comics) Credit: Marvel Comics The “Ultron Agenda” teased on Wednesday has been revealed as an upcoming arc of Tony Stark: Iron Man… but the main villain isn’t Ultron – it’s Machine Man. Beginning in September 18’s Tony Stark: Iron Man #16, the robots and A.I.’s of the Marvel U are apparently
Credit: Leonardo Romero (Dynamite Entertainment) Credit: Terry Dodson (Dynamite Entertainment) Press Release Long overdue history in the making! Dynamite’s two flagship heroines are teaming up in a new ongoing series starting in September, written by the multitalented and Eisner-winning Jordie Bellaire (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Redlands) with art by Drew Moss (Star Wars). Credit: Drew
Credit: Francis Manapul (DC) Scott Snyder Credit: DC Entertainment The Justice Society of America will return this fall in the pages of Scott Snyder’s Justice League, and the writer tells Newsarama that he has “really big plans” for them going forward. According to Snyder, the Justice Society of America will be among the heroes from
Credit: Syfy Colin Salmon, the actor who plays General Zod on the Syfy series Krypton, wasn’t told that his character would take over the planet by the end of the first season. But the British actor thinks that story arc makes sense for his character’s motivation on the show. “He came here to affect change
Credit: David Lafuente (Comicker Press) Credit: Huseyin Ozkan (Comicker Press) Scott Snyder, Kelly Thompson, Alex de Campi, and more are creating stories for an upcoming comics anthology to raise money to combat gun violence. Shots Fired from Comicker Press is scheduled to be released later this year after a Kickstarter funding campaign, with proceeds from
Credit: Epix Epix has debuted a new trailer and poster for its Batman prequel series Pennyworth, which focuses on the early days of Alfred Pennyworth, Batman’s eventual ally and confidante. Here’s the trailer along with the poster, both of which highlight Alfred’s time as a spy: [embedded content] Pennyworth premieres July 29 on Epix.
Credit: Francis Manapul (DC) Credit: Francis Manapul (DC) After three years and three weeks of teasing, the Justice Society of America is now confirmed to be returning to the DCU this fall. The classic WWII era superteam will return in Scott Snyder’s Justice League later this year, and are on the cover for September’s Justice League
Credit: California College of the Arts Credit: California College of the Arts Press Release In celebration California College of the Arts’ MFA in Comics graduate students making their return to San Francisco, California College of the Arts will host its seventh annual guest speaker series featuring three of comics’ most vibrant creators and a special
Credit: DC Comics Credit: DC Comics Writer Jason Latour and artist Bryan Hitch are looking at one of DC’s top villains this September, with a Lex Luthor: Year of the Villain one-shot that explores different iterations of Luthor from around DC’s Multiverse. First announced via Multiversity, Lex Luthor: Year of the Villain #1 assembles a meeting of
Lex Luthor & Mercy Graves in ‘Superman: The Animated Series’ Credit: Warner Bros. Natalie Gumede Credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.com Natalie Gumede has been cast as Mercy Graves for the second season of DC Universe’s Titans, according to Deadline. “Mercy Graves is the ruthless, cunning, right hand and bodyguard to the notorious Lex Luthor
Credit: Joe Benitez (DC/Image) Credit: Wizard World Rob Liefeld says that his fellow Image Comics founder (and current DC Chief Creative Officer/Co-Publisher) Jim Lee reached out to him recently for a unique crossover between DC and Image. “So, a few weeks back, I get a call and some texts from Jim Lee, long story short,
Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics Ultron returns this fall for something Marvel Comics calls The Ultron Agenda, as per a new promo image. This Mike Deodato Jr. art features Ultron fighting against Tony Stark, with the text “Unite or Perish.” Ultron recently recently appeared in Infinity Countdown, attempting to collect the restored Infinity Stones.
Press Release This September, we pay homage to the many faces of Marvel, with a stunning yet scary lineup of ‘Immortal’ variants! See an array of characters merge into an alter self, all modeled after Bruce Banner’s transformation from the pages of IMMORTAL HULK! Peek at a select few now, and stay tuned for more
Credit: Stephen Byrne (DC/Wonder Comics) Credit: Joseph A. Quinones Jr. (DC/Wonder Comics) Two limited series from Brian Michael Bendis’ Wonder Comics DC imprint will have their runs increased from six issues each to twelve issues each, according to Paste. Both Dial H For Hero from writer Sam Humphries and artist Joe Quinones and Wonder Twins from writer
Credit: Lorenzo De Felici/Annalisa Leoni/Rus Wooton (Image Comics/Skybound) Credit: Lorenzo De Felici/Annalisa Leoni/Rus Wooton (Image Comics/Skybound) Universal Pictures has optioned Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici’s creator-owned series Oblivion Song as a feature film. Published by Image Comics under Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment imprint, Oblivion Song will be adapted by Sean O’Keefe, who wrote the upcoming
Credit: DC Press Release Heading into the summer celebrations of Batman 80th, DC is bringing fans a series of murals inspired by The World’s Greatest Detective in four cities across the country. The first mural was unveiled last week in Seattle at the city’s landmark music venue, The Crocodile. Painted by locally celebrated artist, Joey
Press Release It may be hitting comic shops next month, but the buzz is already on for the giant-sized main story in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #25, where the bandaged villain who has been on the periphery since #1 strikes at last! But this mysterious figure isn’t the only menace after the Wall-Crawler: Spider-Man and Mary Jane
The She-Devil with a Sword gets her sword worked on in a full-issue preview of this week’s Red Sonja: Worlds Away Vol. 4 from Dynamite Entertainment. Red Sonja: Worlds Away Vol. 4Writer: Amy Chu, Erik Burnham | Artist: Carlos GomezCover: John Royle132 Pages | $19.99 | Teen+Following the defeat of Kulan Gath, Sonja discovers her
Credit: Tradd Moore/Dave Stewart (Marvel Comics) Credit: Marvel Comics Silver Surfer: Black #1Written by Donny CatesArt by Tradd Moore and Dave StewartLettering by Clayton CowlesPublished by Marvel Comics‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10 Credit: Tradd Moore/Dave Stewart/Clayton Cowles (Marvel) If there’s any book that might be considered critic-proof this week, it might be writer Donny
Five new illustrations for writer Jonathan Hickman’s upcoming X-Men relaunch have been released by Marvel. In addition to a teaser by Dale Keown, September’s House of X #4 and #5 covers (by Pepe Larraz) and Powers of X #4 and #5 covers (by R.B. Silva) debuted on Marvel’s website. Look for Marvel’s full September 2019
Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel has posted a teaser warning “Sinners Beware” with a cropped image of what appears to be Ghost Rider whipping his Hellfire chain. Take a look: Sinners beware. #MarvelComics pic.twitter.com/GxgCCIJ5Ig — Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) June 11, 2019 Although a Ghost Rider show has been announced for Hulu, in this tweet Marvel is
Credit: Junggeon Yoon (Marvel Comics) Credit: Stephen Mooney (Marvel Comics) A new Black Widow series will delve into the spy/superhero’s past – and have Natasha fighting to stop someone from exploiting it. Writer Jody Houser and artist Stephen Mooney are set for The Web of Black Widow, a five-issue series scheduled to debut this September.
Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel Comics has announced Strikeforce, a new ongoing title from writer Tini Howard and artist German Peralta. The team is billed as a “team that will do things others won’t,” and consists of a line-up teased in Marvel’s previous “No Compromise, No Mercy” teasers , including Daimon Hellstrom, Monica Rambeau,
Check out a preview of this week’s James Bond: Origin #10. James Bond: Origin #10writer: Jeff Parker | artist: Ibrahim Moustafacovers: Dan Panosian (A), W. Scott Forbes (B), Cian Tormey (C), Ibrahim Moustafa (D), Bob Q (E), Dan Panosian (RI-Virg)FC | 32 pages | Action/Adventure | $3.99 | Teen+“THE DEBT”Lieutenant Bond returns to England to
Credit: Disney+ Disney will reboot its chipmunk characters Chip ‘n’ Dale for a new animated series on the upcoming Disney+ streaming service, as announced at the Annecy International Animation Festival in Annecy, France (via Variety). “Animation continues to be one of the cornerstones of Disney magic and story-telling, across Disney Channels and excitedly, now on the