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Credit: Humberto Ramos/Edgar Delgado (Marvel Comics) Credit: Humberto Ramos/Edgar Delgado (Marvel Comics) Hot off the heels of her return to the spotlight – literally – in Amazing Spider-Man #25, Mary Jane Watson is announced to be starring in her own solo title for Marvel Comics. Announced during a retailer event at Comic-Con International: San Diego,
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Credit: Philip Tan (Marvel Comics) Credit: Philip Tan (Marvel Comics) Marvel’s Red Goblin rides again in a new one-shot coming later this year, as announced during a retailer event during Comic-Con International: San Diego. Writers Pat Gleason, Rob Fee, and Sean Ryan are all writing stories for this anthology, with artists to include former DC
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By Pierce Lydon, Best Shots Reviewer July 19, 2019 12:25pm ET Credit: DC Cartoon Network’s DC Super Hero Girls are thriving after the first season of the new show and the online clips coming out every wek. And now much of the cast and crew are returning to Comic-Con International: San Diego to talk about
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Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski returns to Comic-Con International: San Diego, and begins the day with a panel focused exclusively on August 28’s Marvel Comics #1000. Cebulski, along with Marvel’s VP of New Media Ryan Penagos will talk about the over-sized issue, and bring on some of the creators involved in this 80th
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Deadline is reporting Joe and Anthony Russo are developing (as producers) live-action adaptations of Grimjack and Battle of the Planets as live-action projects for their production company AGBO, as announced Friday at Comic-Con.  According to Deadline, the Russos “would rush home from school every day to watch Battle of the Planets,” and that Grimjack was a “deep
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Credit: Warner Bros. Credit: The CW Deadline is reporting that DC’s Legends of Tomorrow star Brandon Routh will return as Superman in the CW’s Arrowverse crossover “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” The online trade says Routh (who plays Ray Palmer/the Atom in CW’s shows) and Tyler Hoechlin will both portray Superman in different time frames during
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Press Release Titan Comics are thrilled to be publishing Snowpiercer: Extinction, a brand-new prequel graphic novel set before the extinction incident that led to the events of the original Snowpiercer graphic novel trilogy. Titan’s next instalment in the critically-acclaimed and award-winning Snowpiercer graphic novel saga will be released in September 2019, written by Matz (Triggerman,
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Friday evening at Comic-Con: International DC held a panel dedicated to their newly-minted DC Graphic Novels for Young Adults imprint.  They showed up many new images from upcoming titles in the imprint, including Gotham High by writer Melissa de la Cruz and artist Thomas Pitilli, Shadow of the Batgirl by writer Sarah Kuhn and artist Nicole Goux, The Lost
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Credit: Kit Seaton (DC) DC closes out SDCC Friday with a panel on their Young Adult graphic novels ranging from the recent Teen Titans: Raven to the upcoming Wonder Woman: Warbringer. Creators Kami Garcia, Gabriel Picolo, Danielle Paige, and more are expected to be here, talking about the current books, what’s coming, and perhaps even
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Credit: Amazon The Boys won’t premiere on Amazon until July 26, but its already been renewed for a second season, according to Variety. Based on the comic book by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, The Boys tells the story of a ragtag group dedicated to taking on the world’s sociopathic superheroes. Amazon also confirmed that actor Aya
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By Pierce Lydon, Best Shots Reviewer July 19, 2019 04:25pm ET Credit: Hasbro Hasbro is bringing the crew behind its Marvel Legends line to Comic-Con International: San Diego. With the recent Spider-Man: Far From Home line-up released the Marvel 80th Anniversary figures on their way, they have a lot to talk about – and we’re
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By Pierce Lydon, Best Shots Reviewer July 19, 2019 03:25pm ET Credit: Marvel Animation The crew of Marvel Animation return to Comic-Con International: San Diego to celebrate the five decades of stories they have told. From the original Fantastic Four cartoon of the 1960s to the current Spider-Man show and everything between, division SVP Cort
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By Kat Calamia, Newsarama Contributor July 19, 2019 02:55pm ET Credit: Dan Mora (BOOM! Studios) BOOM! Studios breaks out Friday afternoon with a roadshow panel showcasing its top current and upcoming titles. Kieron Gillen (Once & Future), Lev Grossman (The Magicians), Lilah Sturgens (The Magicians, Lumberjanes), Carly Usdin (The Avant-Guards, Heavy Vinyl), Bryan Hill (Angel),
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Credit: DC Just two days after being the inaugural inductee into the Comic-Con Hall of Fame, the Batman flutters over to the convention center for a guaranteed-pack panel on Friday afternoon. DC has played thier cards close to the vest on who will appear in this panel, but Newsarama has confirmed Batman‘s Tom King, Batman:
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Jim Lee Credit: DC DC’s Chief Creative Officer/co-Publisher Jim Lee steps out from behind the desk and onto the stage to talk – and draw – in front of a guaranteed packed panel room at Comic-Con International: San Diego. Lee, who has attended SDCC since the early 1990s, talks about how he broke into the
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Credit: MGM Pictures Charles Addams’ Addams Family are returning to comic books with a new one-shot this October coinciding with MGM’s animated film. Announced during the “IDW – 20 Years” panel at Comic-Con International: San Diego, Addams Family will be written by Zoe Quinn and drawn by Phil Murphy. The Wednesday Addams-focused story will be
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Credit: Carmine Infantino (DC) Credit: DC During Thursday afternoon’s Meet the DC Publishers panel at Comic-Con International: San Diego, DC co-publisher Dan DiDio seemed to express frustration over the publisher’s “Facsimile” editions of classic comics – which are reprints of old issues presented as originally published, original advertisements included.  During the panel DiDio asked the audience
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By Kat Calamia, Newsarama Contributor July 18, 2019 12:10pm ET Credit: Warner Bros. Animation 20 years ago Batman Beyond hit TV screens – and it’s now being celebrated in an anniversary panel at Comic-Con International: San Diego. But Warner Bros. Animation is promising more than just a history lesson, but some “cool announcements” according to
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By Pierce Lydon, Best Shots Reviewer July 18, 2019 11:55am ET Credit: Gabriel Rodriguez (IDW Publishing) 2019 is IDW Publishing’s 20th year at Comic-Con International: San Diego – and its celebrating it with a panel. Driving over from its nearby headquarters, IDW Editor-in-Chief John Barber is expected to lead a deep dive into recent IDW
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Edward Furlong Credit: TriStar Pictures Edward Furlong Credit: Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com Edward Furlong has been announced as reprising his role as John Connor for Paramount Pictures’ Terminator: Dark Fate. The news was announced by director James Cameron in a video shown during the film’s Comic-Con International: San Diego panel on Thursday (via Gizmodo). Credit: Paramount
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Jim Lee and Dan DiDio Credit: DC DC Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee return to Comic-Con International: San Diego to talk all things DC. From recent announcements to upcoming events (and maybe even some surprises), this annual panel is expected to have more than a few surprises. And you can follow along live as
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Credit: ABC ABC’s portal into the Marvel Cinematic Universe seems to be closing. The official Twitter account of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. announced Thursday in advance of Comic-Con that next summer’s seventh season will be its last. ABC’s first-and-perhaps last(?) MCU show was something of a surprise renewal for truncated seasons six and seven. Now it remains to
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