Thursday Trending Topics: Guardians Of The Galaxy Get Going

Evidence seems to be piling up for an upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie from Marvel Studios: A few days ago, Bleeding Cool noticed how stacks of Guardians Of The Galaxy trademarks were being snapped up, and speculated that this means Guardians would be named the next big Marvel movie? Well Latino Review are calling it as Guardians for 2014.

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A Brand New ‘Spider-man In Avengers 2′ Rumour For You

Based on a paparazzi shot of Amazing Spider-man star Andrew Garfield toting around a fistful of Avengers comics – Avengers comics featuring probable Avengers 2 big bad Thanos at that – UK newspaper The Daily Mail is speculating that Garfield may be appearing as Peter Parker or Spider-man or both in the 2014 Avengers sequel.

The Amazing Spider-Man: The Bleeding Cool Review 

A lot of the early gossip I heard on The Amazing Spider-man, from colleagues who had attended the first screenings, suggested it was a very poor show indeed. I don’t see it that way. The Amazing Spider-Man comes across to me as one of those flicks that would have picked up some great reviews before Christopher Nolan and Joss Whedon came along and raised the superhero movie bar, ruining everybody else’s fun.

Guardians Of The Galaxy, Marvel’s New Live Action Movie

A few days ago, Bleeding Cool noticed how stacks of Guardians Of The Galaxy trademarks were being snapped up, and speculated that this means Guardians would be named the next big Marvel movie?

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Hulk To Relaunch As Hulk And The Agents Of Smash?

This has been quite a popular suggestion of late. And I’ve now had word from a semi-reliable source that, yes, Marvel are going to do this.

Swipe File: DC Comics Vs Image Comics

DC’s new San Diego Comic Con advertising campaign… and Image’s Experience Creativity advertising campaign that has been running for months.

Walking Dead #100 Covers By McFarlane, Phillips And Ottley Sell Out 

The covers by Todd McFarlane, Sean Phillips and Ryan Ottley have all had their print runs fully allocated to retailers and no more orders will be accepted.