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Injustice: Gods Among Us has done something very interesting. We reported last week on the large number of reorders it was receiving from retailers. It seems
Okay, I don't mean DC are putting out a million omnibuses. But there are quite a lot of trade paperbacks and hardcovers coming up. Including One Million Omn
Jim Lee is right of course, Superman would win. You are dreaming with that weak sauce argument, Geoff Johns.
Buzzfeed have an interview with Grant Morrison aboyt Batman Inc #8. And some panels from Batman Inc #9. Including the revisit of that sword we talked about at t
This is all I know.
So you crashed and burned trying to download 700 free Marvel comics the other week. Well, Bleeding Cool has painstakingly looked through ComiXology's listings o
Grant Morrison talks the death of Damian to the Huffington Post; I don't know if people have noticed, but the sword that kills him belongs to the very firs
Lots of the Mandarin, Tony, and Pepper in this one. And Pepper in armor near the end of it...?
Featuring lots of Iron Man suits and some acrobatics.
Back in the midsts of time, before the New 52, Nick Spencer was the writer of Supergirl. And then suddenly, half way through his first issue, he wasn't. At the
Oh yes, in all the excitement I forgot about these. More WTF covers from DC Comics in April, courtesy of CBR, Newsarama, IGN, Gamma Squad, ComicVine and the lik
It's never exactly had the best of trade paperback collections schemes. Issues missing throughout, waves never collected, and nothing actually beating Titan Boo
Earlier today, we ran the story that Josh Fialkov had walked from his two Green Lantern books because he'd been told to kill off John Stewart. Later, CBR rep
The New York Times has just announced that very famous comic book writer Neil Gaiman is returning to Marvel, and that's not even the weird part.
Is this like Stan Lee claiming he created The Hulk and The Fantastic Four all by himself? LOL. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby co-created most of the old marvel characters. One writer and one artist (penciller/inker).
And Robert Redford is playing a man called Pierce.
Recently we wondered why DC Comics was reregistering a trademark for the phrase Infinite Crisis. Here, it seems, is the answer. It's a new game. A sudde
As the US Senate passes a symbolic bill amendment ahead of the planned Marketplace Fairness Act, we may see a number of changes to the way the comic industry op
They may not be the five hundred and twenty-five free comics currently on ComiXology. But there are around sixty Brian Bendis Marvel comics coming through on
Si Spurrier's Instructions: Bakterev is a nutty scientist created by Pavel Perov for his 1925 pulp novel Bratstvo Viia. I quote the ever-magnificent Jess Nev
A new character poster for Pacific Rim, this one featuring a Jaeger called Coyote Tango. Anticipation starting to run very high for this...
Mark my words when I tell you that Mariko, as played by Rila Fukushima, is going to walk right out of this film with fanboy hearts still beating in her hands.
Kevin Feige has described Winter Soldier as being something like a 70s political thriller. The face of the 70s policial thriller, in my mind at least, is Redford. It's a good, simple match.
From an interview with Douglas Rushkoff with the AV Club. AVC: It all comes back to Game Of Thrones. DR: It’s not a fringe HBO show, is it? It’s cra
We've learned that Brian Muir, the movie prop sculptor who worked on the Ark of the Convent, the Space Jockey and even Darth Vader's mask and armour, is busy at Pinewood with The Guardians of the Galaxy.
Spawn #9. The first appearance of Angela. It probably had a print run of around half a million. But quite a few of them are in landfill. This comic, by Neil
The advance reorder charts for the direct market reflects the comics that stores are trying to up their orders of ahead of shipping. Batman dominates with o