Crom! The new Legend of Conan is to build on the end of John Milius and Oliver Stone‘s first instalment, growing out of that film’s final promise of another story for another time, telling us all about Conan the King. Do you remember the scene? Here’s an image.
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I’ve read All New X-Men #1. I may be talking about it later. But here are your first looks at what is to come after that… pages and panels from All New X-Men #2, #3, #4 and even #5 from Brian Bendis and Stuart Immonen… let’s start with the second issue…
Four Skottie Young Baby Variant covers for new Marvel NOW #1 books, and the hoops retailers must jump through to get them! Retailers can order copies if on the following titles…
So anyway, it was Journey Into Mystery #645 yesterday. Which means we have to check in on Tumblr, don;t we? Yes, yes we do. And wow. Here is a miniscule representation…
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According to Deadline, the new Legend of Conan is to build on the end of John Milius and Oliver Stone‘s first instalment, growing out of that film’s final promise of another story for another time, telling us all about Conan the King. Do you remember the scene? Here’s an image.
Empire Magazine’s latest issue came out today and has already been scanned and picked apart for Wolverine news. Here’s an image that Comic Book Movie ripped – or, in their typical fashion, just lifted from somewhere.
Ten, formerly known as Breacher, even more formerly known as… well, as Ten, is a Skip Woods-scripted, David Ayers-directed, Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring action movie. Not really for me, then.
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Dan Slott has been adamant about not spoiling Amazing Spider-Man #700 and Superior Spider-Man. Even though the last issue of Amazing Spider-Man will ship to retailers a week before it goes on sale, he has been calling on everyone not to release any spoilers on the comic. That includes Marvel – don’t expect to see a New York Post headline on this one. He wants to preserve the big surprise.
There’s a lot of fuss from USA Today that Clark Kent is quitting his job on the Daily Planet in a bit of a Jerry Maguire/Newsroom fashion. But, you know, it’s not like the first time he’s done that.
Religious hate propaganda, Drag Queen culture, menstrual super powers, Pink Pearl, vandalous Ant-Man, Zombie Squirrel Girl, naked Hawkeye, the Spot’s revenge and way too many inappropriate pussycat jokes. –