Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Melody Bot, Mar 13, 2015.
Starting the countdown at 4 is definitely interesting
My favorite theory is One More Day being reversed.
@smowashere what do you think?
Hm. I wonder if this takes into account that the Ultimates, and The Maker, are wandering around the Universe from Ewing’s (616)Ultimates book.
MATT FRACTION and ELSA CHARRETIER Team Up for NOVEMBER This September
There's also a #0 issue of Miles Morales coming out for Halloween Comic Fest.
DC is killing Vertigo, Ink, and Zoom. DC to Replace 'Vertigo' and Other Publishing Imprints with Age Rating Labels
DC has been choking off Vertigo slowly for a while now, so this is not totally unexpected. Still, it's too bad. Some of my absolute favorite books came from that imprint and Karen Berger.
I need this cover
Jill Soloway Direct Red Sonja Replace Bryan Singer Millennium Reboot – Deadline
For those in here who like horror comics. Joe Hill Announces New DC Horror Imprint “Hill House Comics”!
Queerness In Comics: Jughead - The Beat
Anyone else going to be checking out the new Superman, Lois Lane, and Doom Patrol series from DC on Wednesday?
The Lois Lane series looks cool, but not as cool as that Jimmy Olsen series that Fraction & Lieber are doing! Really, though, the Superman line of books looks so good right now. If this were a couple years ago, I'd probably have all of 'em on my pull. Though, the plus side of trade waiting is that, when I eventually catch up, I'll have a very nice Superman shelf to look at.
I've been majorly slacking on my comic book reading as of late so I think those are the 3 I'll probably check out this week.
Definitely picking up the Lois series.
You reading Bendis & Maleev's Event Leviathan miniseries? I think last week was the first issue? That looks pretty cool, too, on that DC note.
I haven’t yet. I get the issues from DC every week too so I should probably review something soon. Haven’t received any review copies from Marvel in like a month though and just realized it today haha. Oops
Sandman is in development at Netflix. lol
I know everyone is all about television these days, but as someone who's given up on keeping up w/ literally anything & prefers films... meh. Probably a better format for the property, but not my thing.
I just wish the film adaptation of Death: The High Cost of Living had happened. If the series has any Death-centric episodes that can stand well enough on their own, I'll probably just watch those, tbh.
I could see it being potentially really cool.
Insane about Walking Dead.
Boo. I liked the boldness of the idea of a surprise ending when I first heard about it, but screwing over shops is poop.