Megan Hutchison, Laura Martin, Michael Savage Credit: The Hero Initiative Press Release Hero Initiative, the charity dedicated to helping comic book creators in medical or financial need, has announced changes to its Board of Directors. Artists Megan Hutchison and Laura Martin and retailer Michael Savage have joined the Hero Initiative board. Former comic retailer Mike
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Press Release This April, Marvel Zombies are back in a big way when the corpse of Galactus’ arrives on Earth in Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Leonard Kirk’s MARVEL ZOMBIES: RESURRECTION! In anticipation for the coming of this interstellar terror, your favorite heroes have been zombified in a collection of hauntingly beautiful variant covers! Feast your
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DC has released a first look at Liam Sharp and Steve Oliff’s interiors from February 12’s The Green Lantern: Season Two #1, the debut issue of Grant Morrison’s relaunch.  “In the wake of the Blackstar incursion, Hal Jordan and his fellow Lanterns must pick up the pieces from that cataclysmic conclusion,” reads DC’s description. “Among them
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Oscar Isaac Credit: lev radin / Shutterstock.com Credit: Tony Harris (DC/Wildstorm) Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker actor Oscar Isaac has signed on to produce and star in Legendary Entertainment’s The Great Machine, an adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Tony Harris’ Ex Machina, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It’s a good thing the film has a
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Werewolf By Night #32 Credit: Marvel Comics Taboo Credit: Everett Collection / Shutterstock.com Marvel Comics has announced a new volume of classic horror title Werewolf By Night from co-writers Taboo (of Black Eyed Peas fame) and Ben Jackendoff. Werewolf By Night was announced via This Week in Marvel podcast, though no series length or artist were specified.
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Hasbro released some new images and information for figures and toys arriving in the spring that tie into May’s Black Widow, including a 6″ Marvel Legends figure featuring the titular character in her white costume and a “Stinger Strike NERF Dart-Launcher.” Also included is a play “Stealth Slash Sword and Shield” set letting little Marvel
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Credit: Patrick Gleason (Marvel Comics) Young Avengers‘ Hulkling has skyrocketed from teen hero to Emperor of a unified Kree/Skrull alliance, and his path to the throne will be told in a new Empyre tie-in due out this April. Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling by writers Chip Zdarsky and Anthony Oliveira and artist Manuel Garcia will
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Credit: Chad Hardin (DC) Credit: Chad Hardin (DC) Just as orders are due for retailers, DC has revealed the contents of February 19’s Wonder Woman Giant #3. Writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti continue their Wonder Woman Giant run with a new story, “Planned Extinction,” with artists Daniel Sampere and Juan Albarran. “Wonder Woman thinks
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Credit: Disney/Fox Following the media conglomerate’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, Disney is dropping part of its newly-purchased production studio’s moniker, according to Variety. The former 20th Century Fox will reportedly now be known as 20th Century Studios, while its subsidiary Fox Searchlight Pictures will become simply Searchlight Pictures. The Hollywood trade states decisions regarding whether 20th
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Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel Comics has announced Children of the Atom, a new X-Men series of unspecified length set to debut in April. Announced with only an image bearing the Children of the Atom title and a line-up of Cyclops, Angel, Marvel Girl, Gambit and Nightcrawler, the story’s name is a classic
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Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Declan Shalvey (Marvel Comics) Punisher MAX villain Barracuda will come to the Marvel Universe proper in a new series from Ed Brisson and Declan Shalvey, as announced via AiPT!. Appropriately titled Punisher Vs. Barracuda, the five-issue limited series will pit the core Marvel Universe Punisher against a mainstream version of
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Credit: DC Check out a gallery of all of the new DC April comic book covers here. THE JOKER 80TH ANNIVERSARY 100-PAGE SUPER SPECTACULAR #1written by BRIAN AZZARELLO, PAUL DINI, DENNIS O’NEIL, SCOTT SNYDER, TOM TAYLOR, JAMES TYNION IV, and moreart by RAPHAEL ALBUQUERQUE, LEE BERMEJO, SIMONE BIANCHI, TONY S. DANIEL, MIKEL JANÍN, JOCK, JOSÉ LUIS
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Credit: DC Credit: DC DC Black Label’s Sandman Universe line will lose one of its core titles as The Dreaming is coming to a surprise end with April’s #20, as revealed in DC’s just-released April 2020 solicitations . The cancelation comes as a surprise, as writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Nick Robles were announced as taking over the
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Credit: DC Credit: DC Writer Paula Sevenbergen and artist Aneke will take over as the creative teamfor DC’s Catwoman with the series’ April issue, as revealed in DC’s just-released April 2020 solicitations . The duo take over from writer/artist Joëlle Jones, who launched the series in July 2018. The publishr hasn’t specified the reason for
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Credit: Greg Capullo/FCO Plascencia (DC) Credit: Greg Capullo/FCO Plascencia (DC) Press Release The Joker 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 Celebrates Eight Decades of Chaos, Mischief, and Mayhem with Batman’s Greatest Enemy Tribute Comic Book to Feature Original Stories from Comics Legends, Decades-Spanning Variant Covers, and More Available at Comic Book Retailers and Digital Stores
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Now that the Spectre has made his live action debut in the CW “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, the supernatural character is getting the spotlight in the company’s comic books as well. The Spectre was recently seen in Pete Tomasi’s Detective Comics, where his host – police officer Jim Corrigan – was on the beat
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Credit: McFarlane Toys/DC Credit: McFarlane Toys/DC Credit: McFarlane Toys/DC We’ve seen the Batgirl of Burnside in figure form, but this is the first figure for Sean Gordon Murphy’s new design that debuted in 2018’s Batgirl #27. In this Babs is back to her roots, clothed in grays, blues, and yellows – inspired somewhat by the
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Meet Paradox, the new DC villain debuting February 12 in the pages of Josh Williamson and Howard Porter’s The Flash #88.  “As a hero, the Flash helps as many people as he possibly can…but Paradox shows what happens when ordinary people pay the price for super-powered battles royale,” reads DC’s official description. “What started as a
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Known worldwide for its Studio Ghibli-produced movie in 1995, shoujo manga Whisper of the Heart is heading back to the big screen with a brand new live action adaptation. Hirakawa Yuichirou is to direct the movie. Protagonist Tsukishima Shizuku, who loves to read, will be played by Seino Nana, while aspiring violin-maker Amasawa Seiji will
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