Our Bruce Wayne meets the Batman Who Laughs’ Robin – a.k.a. Billy Batson, in a preview of August 14’s Batman/Superman #1 (via DCComics.com). BATMAN/SUPERMAN #1 written by JOSHUA WILLIAMSONart by DAVID MARQUEZBatman cover by DAVID MARQUEZSuperman cover by DAVID MARQUEZvariant cover by LEINIL YUblank variant coverUp in the sky, in the dark of the night,
Credit: Hasbro Credit: Hasbro Hasbro has debuted a new Agent Anti-Venom action figure for its 6-inch Marvel Legends line. The figure features Flash Thompson in his Agent Anti-Venom gear from the period in which he obtained the Anti-Venom symbiote while fighting the Red Goblin. The figure is now available for pre-order through Hasbro’s website.
Credit: David Marquez/Alejandro Sánchez (DC) Credit: David Marquez/Alejandro Sánchez (DC) Shazam! is breaking out of his ongoing title and back into the wider DCU – but with some consequences, according to a new image released. The cover to September’s Batman/Superman #2 has been tweeted by series writer Joshua Williamson, and it shows a malevolent-looking Big
Credit: Stjepan Šejić (DC/DC Black Label) Credit: Stjepan Šejić (DC/DC Black Label) Harley Quinn’s origin will be retold – and remodeled – in a new DC Black Label series by writer/artist Stjepan Šejic. Harleen will follow Dr. Harleen Quinzel as her treatment of a crazed criminal, the Joker, turns into a love affair gone wrong.
Credit: Archie Comics Credit: Archie Comics Press Release The writing team that brought you ARCHIE: 1941 — Archie Comics’ first historical fiction series — has teamed up once again to explore a whole new era of American history through the eyes of Riverdale’s iconic teens in ARCHIE: 1955! Comics legends Mark Waid (ARCHIE, Captain America)
Credit: Alexander Lozano (Marvel Comics) Credit: Marvel Comics The “Ultron Agenda” teased on Wednesday has been revealed as an upcoming arc of Tony Stark: Iron Man… but the main villain isn’t Ultron – it’s Machine Man. Beginning in September 18’s Tony Stark: Iron Man #16, the robots and A.I.’s of the Marvel U are apparently
Credit: Syfy Colin Salmon, the actor who plays General Zod on the Syfy series Krypton, wasn’t told that his character would take over the planet by the end of the first season. But the British actor thinks that story arc makes sense for his character’s motivation on the show. “He came here to affect change
Credit: Francis Manapul (DC) Scott Snyder Credit: DC Entertainment The Justice Society of America will return this fall in the pages of Scott Snyder’s Justice League, and the writer tells Newsarama that he has “really big plans” for them going forward. According to Snyder, the Justice Society of America will be among the heroes from
Press Release This September, we pay homage to the many faces of Marvel, with a stunning yet scary lineup of ‘Immortal’ variants! See an array of characters merge into an alter self, all modeled after Bruce Banner’s transformation from the pages of IMMORTAL HULK! Peek at a select few now, and stay tuned for more
Credit: DC Press Release Heading into the summer celebrations of Batman 80th, DC is bringing fans a series of murals inspired by The World’s Greatest Detective in four cities across the country. The first mural was unveiled last week in Seattle at the city’s landmark music venue, The Crocodile. Painted by locally celebrated artist, Joey
Credit: Lorenzo De Felici/Annalisa Leoni/Rus Wooton (Image Comics/Skybound) Credit: Lorenzo De Felici/Annalisa Leoni/Rus Wooton (Image Comics/Skybound) Universal Pictures has optioned Robert Kirkman and Lorenzo De Felici’s creator-owned series Oblivion Song as a feature film. Published by Image Comics under Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment imprint, Oblivion Song will be adapted by Sean O’Keefe, who wrote the upcoming
Credit: Roberto Nunez (Mango Publishing) Jason Inman Credit: Cameron Rice There’s a proud tradition of military veterans being called into superhero duty in comic books going back to the 1930s, and that tradition is being explored by an Army veteran-turned-comics commentator in the upcoming non-fiction book Super Soldiers. Comics journalist/writer Jason Inman (formerly of DC
Credit: Ro Stein/Ted Brandt (Image Comics) Credit: Gaby Epstein (Image Comics) Image Comics’ Crowded prepares to launch its second arc with a whole new setting as Charlie (the girl with a mysterious three-million-dollar target on her head) and Vita (her 1.4 rated bodyguard from the Dfend app) are on the run from – well, everyone.
James Tynion IV Credit: DC Credit: Ryan Sygh (BOOM! Studios) James Tynion IV has revealed he’s working on a new creator-owned title, outside of his work at DC with Justice League, Justice League Dark Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, and The Batman Who Laughs. “Putting the final touches on Issue 2 of a creator owned
Mindy Kaling Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com Ms. Marvel #1 Credit: Sara Pichelli/Justin Ponsor (Marvel Comics) Mindy Kaling says she has spoken with Marvel about a possible Ms. Marvel adaptation to film or television, and is openly volunteering to be a part of any such project. “I think the people I’ve spoken to at Marvel
Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel are prepping to reveal a new line-up of “Young Guns” – that is artists the publishers feels are up-and-coming and have significant plans for. The publisher has informed retailers that a heroto-unannounced Young Guns Sketchbook will be coming out on July 10, where fans will be able to “[g]et your first
Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel has released a new “No Compromise, No Mercy” teaser compiling all the previously shown characters into a single team shot – and promising one more character reveal to come. The teaser, seen above, which teams up Wiccan, Hellstrom, Blade, Monica Rambeau, Angela, and Winter Soldier, also includes the tagline “Marvel’s newest, most
Credit: Jen Bartel (Marvel Comics) Credit: Yasmine Putri (Marvel Comics) The first two issues of Marvel’s upcoming female-centric anthology Fearless have been pushed back two weeks each on the publisher’s schedule. Fearless #1 is now scheduled to arrive on July 24, with Fearless #2 following on August 21. Marvel did not give a reason for
Credit: Dark Horse/Netflix Press Release Studio71, a Red Arrow Studios company, announced its partnership with Dark Horse Comics to develop and release a new card game based on the popular The Umbrella Academy comic book series. The card game will be launched on Kickstarter in early 2020, just a year after the comic book series
An assassin gets the unenviable assignment of killing what could possibly be the Messiah in a preview June 26’s Crucified #1 from Scout Comics. CRUCIFIED #1Written by Sheldon Allen and Illustrated by Armin Ozdic Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99The world’s deadliest contract killer just received his next target: A man some believe to be the
Credit: Humanoids STRANGELANDS #2 (MR)(W) Magdalene Visaggio, Darcie Little Badger (A) Vanesa R. Del Rey (CA) Guisseppe CammuncoliElakshi and Adam look for a key to understanding their powers, but are they falling into a deadly trap? The Lands are no detectives. But clearly, weird things are happening at the Wild Saints Lodge where they’ve been
Credit: Gary Frank (DC) Jaume Collet-Serra Credit: Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.com Jaume Collet-Serra is in talks to direct New Line Cinema’s Black Adam, according to Observer. Collet-Serra was previously mentioned as the front-runner to direct the then-untitled Suicide Squad sequel (now known as The Suicide Squad), but took himself out of the running in
Credit: Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios Credit: Marvel Studios Director/actor Jon Favreau, famous for portraying Happy Hogan in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has a new show in which he invites on celebrity friends to cook with him. The Chef Show, as its called, premiered June 7 on Netflix, and the first episode features none other than Pepper
Credit: Netflix Netflix has renewed Lucifer for a fifth – and final – season. Announced on the show’s Twitter page, this follows Netflix picking up the show for a fourth season after Fox, its original home, canceled the series. thanks to the lucifans, #lucifer‘s story will come to an end the way it should: the
Credit: Walt Disney Company Press Release D23: The Official Disney Fan Club has announced the lineup of the most highly anticipated presentations at D23 Expo 2019, August 23–25. The Disney Legends Awards Ceremony, hosted by Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, will kick off the Expo on Friday morning, August 23. Later that same day,
Credit: Mr. Garcin (Marvel Comics) Revised Marvel Comics #1000 variant Credit: Mr. Garcin (Marvel Comics) Following a snafu in which collage artist Mr. Garcin inadvertently used an image from DC Comics to create his variant cover for Marvel Comics #1000, an updated cover has been revealed with the DC art replaced with a Marvel image.
Credit: Jen bartel (Marvel Comics) Is the name “X-Men” outdated? Marvel Studios’ Executive Vice President of Production Victoria Alonso thinks so. During an interview about Captain Marvel‘s home video release, Alonso is asked about the future of the X-Men at Disney and goes on an interesting tangent. “I don’t know where the future is going,”
Credit: Netflix Credit: Netflix Netflix has released a new poster for Jessica Jones season 3, along with the announcement of a trailer arriving Thursday, June 6. Here’s the poster, which claims that Jessica Jones is a “fraud”, and may offer a hint at the season’s unidentified villain. Jessica Jones season 3 premieres June 14
Credit: Warner Bros. Credit: Warner Bros. A new poster for Warner Bros.’s Wonder Woman 1984 has been released by writer/director Patty Jenkins. Jenkins revealed the tweet while commenting (and confirming) that Warner Bros. is skipping Comic-Con International: San Diego’s Hall H this year. “By now you’ve heard: WB isn’t going to Hall H this year,”
Credit: Syfy Credit: Syfy Syfy has balked at any new seasons of Deadly Class and Happy!, however the shows are being shopped around to other broadcast homes. First reported by Deadline, both are based on Image Comics titles – Deadly Class by Rick Remender and Wes Craig, and Happy! by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson.