Friday Trending Topics: Orange Ivy

Survey says: DC Comics are conducting new survery of comic book readers with Nielsen NRG. You can participate here online, but I understand that a number of people were asked in store this week, specifically at Midtown in New York. And to make sure people don’t just fill in surveys willy nilly, they have introduced a new book, Orange Ivy, to catch out people who just tick everything.

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

To Cyclops, The Spoils Of War

He may be the new Marvelman. But Cyclops does like his trophies. The Adam Kubert variant cover for Avengers Vs X-Men #8 in July. He’s got your hammer and your shield, screw you guys, he’s going home.

Swipe File: Yes, You Are Right, He Looks Like Nightwing

And here’s the proof, if proof were needed.

The DC Comic That Doesn’t Exist – Orange Ivy – And Their New Nielsen Survey

DC Comics are conducting new survery of comic book readers with Nielsen NRG. You can participate here online, but I understand that a number of people were asked in store this week, specifically at Midtown in New York.

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

10 Things About The Dredd Trailer 

The first trailer for Dredd has arrived and, for me, sits in a very odd spot. It’s one of those movies where a lot of the visuals are completely counter intuitive to what I’m used to, but at the same time seem to fit the subject matter perfectly. It’s got a fascinating look and visual grammar to it, as well as, of course, a tremendous amount of shooting and punching, and here are ten things I noticed about it.

Can We Back Up The Latest Doctor Who “Lesbian Love Affair” Rumour? I Think So

This started in a UK Tabloid, so I know why you might be feeling a little sceptical, but we do have some corroborating evidence of our own.

The Source Of The Oz Image Is Found, Yields Iron Man 3 Pic And Possible Twist In Fate For Disney’s Planes 

I’ve been directed to an online version of Primissima, the Italian magazine responsible for yesterday’s Oz The Great and Powerful image. Also on the same page are a promotional image for Iron Man 3 and another for Disney’s Cars spin-off, Planes. And seeing as the page is full of cinema releases, the implication seems to be that Planes isn’t going straight to disc as was originally planned.

 

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