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Credit: Tiffany Turrill (DC/Black Label) Credit: Tiffany Turrill (DC/Black Label) After completing its periodical publication with issue #18, released on March 18, DC’s Lucifer #19-24 will be released directly as a collected edition, or in this case an OGN. Writer Dan Watters and artist Sebastian Fiumara’s planned story will reportedly not be changed aside from
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Starting Monday June 1st, the Newsarama team you’ve come to know will deliver their daily comics news, opinion and insight from gamesradar.com/newsarama. Already sister sites under the Future US, Inc. family, Newsarama joins Total Film and Edge magazines as part of the GamesRadar team. Explaining the move, Newsarama Founder and Editor in Chief Michael Doran
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The milestone Catwoman 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular is due out June 3, and DC have begun releasing variants. In addition to the main cover by Joelle Jones, there are variants by Adam Hughes (1940s variant), Travis Charest (1950s), J. Scott Campbell (1960s), Frank Cho (1970s), Stanley “Artgerm” Lau (1980s), Gabriele Dell’Otto (1990s), Jim Lee/Scott
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Credit: ABC Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s seventh and final season premiered on Wednesday, and with the premiere, producers Jeph Loeb, Melissa Tanchaeron, and Jed Whedon opened up about what fans can expect as the season rolls on – including a crossover with the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe. “Something will definitely happen,” Tanchaeron told Deadline when asked if the
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Credit: Hasbro/BOOM! Studios The Power Rangers franchise has thrived with the success of BOOM! Studios’ various comic book series, but one comic book story proved so popular that it almost spawned a live-action spin-off featuring Jason David Frank (the franchise’s Tommy Oliver) taking on the dark Drakkon persona introduced in those comic books. “The only
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It’s a Jeff Parker double-header in Friday May 29’s The Flash: Fastest Man Alive #6, collecting stories from The Flash Giant anthologies. The Flash: Fastest Man Alive #6Writer: Jeff Parker“Perfect World” with Artists: Miguel Mendonça, Mike Spicer and Rob LeighGorilla  Grodd  takes  control  of  the  Senate  and  declares  war  on  Canada! Only the Flash is
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Credit: Mezco Toys Credit: Mezco Toys Press Release The One:12 Collective Wonder Woman is combat-ready, outfitted in a Themysciran battle suit with removable neck and shoulder armor, worn only by the most elite Amazonian warriors. The fearless demigoddess wears a cape with an integrated posing wire that attaches via a clasp at the neck. Man-made
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Credit: IDW Publishing IDW Publishing (OTCQX: IDWM), the award-winning publisher of comic books and graphic novels, is thrilled to announce its revised Direct Market release schedule for Summer 2020. With world-renowned brands like Sonic The Hedgehog and Transformers, groundbreaking original series like Usagi Yojimbo and Sleeping Beauties, acclaimed celebrations of the comics medium like Dave
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Self-portrait Credit: Lilah Sturges Credit: Alexa Sharpe (BOOM! Studios) Lilah Sturges has been writing comic books for 15 years, but she herself will say that people see her as a new writer – thanks in part to a ‘reset’ after writing The Magicians comic books. But Sturges has had a decade-plus career in comics, from
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Credit: Inkwell Awards Ryusei Sawada Credit: The Kubert School Press Release The Kubert School had their annual scholarship awards event earlier in May via a virtual scholarship ceremony through Google Meet, due to the Covid-19 global pandemic. The Inkwell Awards’ 11th Dave Simons Inkwell Memorial Scholarship Award of $1000 was presented to second-year student Ryusei
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Credit: DC Hero Initiative, the charity dedicated to helping comic book creators in medical or financial need, has announced their line-up for a new week of a series of live experiences featuring comic book creators providing question-and-answer sessions, tutorials, and original art in Zoom online webconference rooms.  The new “Hero Initiative Live” events are currently available
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2. The Kang Dynasty (The Avengers Vol. 3 #41-55, Avengers Annual 2001, Busiek/Davis/Dwyer/Reis/Garcia) Kang is one of Marvel’s greatest villains, and Kurt Busiek delivered a tale befitting his greatness in “The Kang Dynasty.” Kang takes it upon himself to become the protector of Earth but the first step in his plan calls for him to
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‘Avatar’ poster Credit: 20th Century Fox Director James Cameron will resume filming his planned Avatar sequels in New Zealand following a halt due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Producer Jon Landau broke the news on his Instagram, sharing a photo from the set of the film along with a message, stating “Our Avatar sets are
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Thursday DC showed off all the ‘Decade’ variants to June 23’s Green Lantern 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1. Friday they’re showing off interior pages from the $9.99 100-page prestige format special.  The first look includes pages from 4 stories, including:  Last Will by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis “The team that brought you Sinestro Corps War
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Credit: DC Credit: DC Because DC has embraced a “multi-distributor model” that now includes Diamond Comic Distributors, Lunar and UCS, the publisher apparently needed to create a new monthly solicitation catalog that wasn’t exclusive to Diamond, and Friday they announced that will take the form of DC Connect. “This downloadable, digital-only catalog features solicitation information
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Hasbro has embraced the style of the 90s Spider-Man animated series with a collection of Marvel Legends figures based on the classic era and show. Along with Spider-Man, an interchangeable Gwen Stacy/Mary Jane figure, Green Goblin, Electro, and more Spidey characters, Marvel Legends has also unveiled an Age of Apocalypse style Apocalypse, a new A.I.M.
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Credit: Big Talk Films Director Edgar Wright has announced that his film Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, which adapts the Brian Lee O’Malley comic book of the same name, will return to cinemas in the near future. Wright tweeted the news following a watch-along of the film, stating the re-release was originally planned for this
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Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics Following this week’s previous report that Sony is developing a female-led superhero team film potentially focused on Madame Web, another expansion to Sony’s Universe of Marvel Characters has been reported – this time a solo movie for Jackpot, a minor Spider-Man villain/ally who debuted during the “Brand New Day” era.
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Credit: Marvel Comics Variety is reporting Sony Pictures and veteran TV director S.J. Clarkson (who directed several episodes of Netflix’s Marvel show Jessica Jones) are developing the first female-centric movie from Sony’s catalog of Marvel characters. According to the Hollywood trade it is unconfirmed who the starring character will be, but they cite insiders who
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Credit: Warner Bros. Press Release Zack Snyder’s Director’s Cut of Justice League to World Premiere Exclusively on the Streamer in 2021 LOS ANGELES – May 20, 2020 – After global passionate fan calls to action and the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement, HBO Max and Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that it will exclusively world premiere Zack Snyder’s
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Credit: Warner Bros. In the wake of director Zack Snyder’s announcement that the “Snyder Cut” – the now officially titled Zack Snyder’s Justice League – will come to HBO Max, the director has shared some new details about what audiences who saw the theatrical version, finished by director Joss Whedon, can expect. “It will be an
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Credit: BOOM! Studios Credit: BOOM! Studios Tuesday BOOM! Studios, in partnership with WildBrain Ltd. and Dentsu Entertainment USA, announced Mega Man: Fully Charged, a six-issue August-debuting comic book series based on the television series of the same name. According to BOOM! the new series “features heroes like Mega Man, Rush, and Dr. Light in fully
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