Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Comics and Superheroes

  • The Terrifics On The Front Of Next Week’s Diamond Previews #350
    Next week’s Previews catalogue from Diamond Comic Distributors is its 350th issue.  The November issue for comics and related stuff (mostly) shipping in January featured DC Comics new series, The Terrifics by Jeff Lemire, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado on the cover with a spotlight on the Greg Capullo Batman Metal statue inside. While the free Marvel Previews that comes with it spotlights Avengers #675 and the first part of the weekly No Surrender series, ... Read more...
    Source: BleedingCool (comics and superheroes)Published on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017By Rich Johnston
  • Funko POP Design For Saga’s Lying Cat For Free Comic Book Day 2018
    Bleeding Cool was the first to tell you that, for Free Comic Book Day, comic book stores would be able to order the first Funko POP Saga figure licensed from Fiona Staples and Brian K Vaughan’s Saga from Image Comics. Well, we now appear to have the first look at the design for the figure in question. And, as the title of the figure suggests, it may have just eaten… FCBD 2018 POP SAGA ... Read more...
    Source: BleedingCool (comics and superheroes)Published on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017By Rich Johnston
  • ‘Big Hero 6’ TV Movie To Kick Off Disney’s Animated Series
    Everybody's favorite inflatable robot superhero caretaker is back! Baymax and Big Hero 6 are making the move from the big screen to the small with Disney XD's Big Hero 6: The Series. But if you're not able to wait until 2018 for it to drop, Disney has made it easy by announcing it will be preceded by a TV movie, Baymax Returns, on Disney XD and Disney Channel on November 20th. There's more, ... Read more...
    Source: Punch Drunk Critics (comics and superheroes)Published on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017By Travis Hopson
  • Legends Of Tomorrow Just Dropped An Unexpected Superman Reference
    Legends of Tomorrow features the biggest superhero ensemble in primetime nowadays, and the latest episode just name-dropped one of the biggest superheroes of all time in a pretty hilarious way. ... Read more...
    Source: Cineblend (comics and superheroes)Published on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
  • 13 SUPER COVERS: A Jerry Siegel Birthday Celebration
    The co-creator of the superhero was born 103 years ago. — If you’re reading this, chances are you love superhero comics. You have Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster to thank first for that. Because Superman. Our 13 COVERS birthday salutes tend to focus on artists for the obvious reasons but a writer like Siegel — who was born Oct. 17, 1914 — demands similar treatment. In past years (click here, here and here), I’ve ... Read more...
    Source: 13th DimensionPublished on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017By Dan Greenfield
  • 13 FANTASTIC COVERS: A JOE SINNOTT Birthday Celebration
    A happy 91st to one of comics’ greatest inkers… — Joe Sinnott turns 91 this week — Oct. 16 to be precise. He’s one of the last living Silver Age stalwarts and for this year’s 13 COVERS salute, we return to his most celebrated work: inking Jack Kirby on Fantastic Four. Oh, and if you want to see more Marvel-ous work by Sinnott, check out past celebrations here and here. But wait, there’s more! ... Read more...
    Source: 13th DimensionPublished on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017By Dan Greenfield
  • Se7en’s Andrew Kevin Walker to Script Lone Wolf and Cub Movie
    Se7en’s Andrew Kevin Walker to script Lone Wolf and Cub movie The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Paramount Pictures has landed long-in-development and long-running Japanese manga Lone Wolf and Cub, with the studio… The post Se7en’s Andrew Kevin Walker to Script Lone Wolf and Cub Movie appeared first on SuperHeroHype. ... Read more...
    Source: SuperheroHypePublished on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017By Spencer Perry
  • Great Trailer For TNT’s Original 1886 Procedural Series THE ALIENIST with Luke Evans, Daniel Brühl, and Dakota Fanning
    The Alienist is an upcoming procedural series that stars Daniel BrühlLuke Evans, and Dakota Fanning who work together as early criminal profilers in 1896, and try to get into the mind of one of New York City’s first serial killers before they hunt him down. The Alienist is based on the novel by Caleb Carr and created for TV by Cary Fukunaga — which explains the somber cinematic tone.You might recognize Brühl from all his years of playing Nazis and superhero villains. ... Read more...
    Source: Geek Tyrant (comics and superheroes)Published on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017By Kristian Odland
  • Third ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ To Launch Marvel’s Next Big Story
    If you thought the Marvel Cinematic Universe was coming to a close with Avengers 4...then I can't help you. Seriously, there's no way the most lucrative collection of movies in the world was going to end, but apparently some have misread Kevin Feige's recent comments to mean exactly that. Which is crazy. No, there will be plenty more superheroes and plenty more Marvel adventures to follow in ... Read more...
    Source: Punch Drunk Critics (comics and superheroes)Published on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017By Travis Hopson
  • Talk From Superheroes on Marvel’s Inhumans (x)
    Talk From Superheroes on Marvel’s Inhumans (x) ... Read more...
    Source: Texts from SuperheroesPublished on Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
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