What does that double page spread mean to you? The forum has some ideas. When Bleeding Cool first broke the news of the Zero issue month at DC Comics, we noted that one of the intentions of the comics was to add a little foreshadowing to something that would then affect the comics in question going forward even though they were set in the past.
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When Bleeding Cool first broke the news of the Zero issue month at DC Comics, we noted that one of the intentions of the comics was to add a little foreshadowing to something that would then affect the comics in question going forward even though they were set in the past.
Earlier this year, as Rob Liefeld blazed out of DC Comics in a hail of Twitterbitterness, he managed to snag Scott Snyder on the way out, and they had quite a war of words, which has had a series of blow ups since.
Well, Superman believes in all three. And in Action Comics #14 out today, he tells you exactly what they are.
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I’ve tried to make it clear, but I’ll underline it again: Matthew Vaughn didn’t leave X-Men: Days of Future Past to direct a new Star Wars film. If you want to see him direct Mark Hamill, you need to keep your eyes on The Secret Service, the upcoming spy movie based on the comic he co-created with Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but Colin Trevorrow didn’t make it onto any of those lists of Ten Directors That Could Direct Star Wars Episode 7 that swarmed across the web last week. Amusingly though, he could be about to become a one-man list of The Director That Is Directing Star Wars Episode 7.
Earlier today, I pulled a quote from Mark Millar‘s latest interview with CBR in which he discussed Matthew Vaughn‘s upcoming plans, and how non-Star Warsy they are.
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So, Obama won. Will he get another cover of Amazing Spider-Man? Let’s see how it rolled out through the night, according to comic book people…
Some people over on Facebook made complete asses of themselves for months. Crickets over there now. My timeline thanks them.
Are the Autobots about to join the Skywalker twins, Woody Pride* and Captain America in the playpen at Disney?