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Is there such a thing as Too Much Information in the social media era? Today, Marvel published Amazing Spider-Man #699, the follow up to the explosive twist in Amazing Spider-Man #698. So, you know, spoilers. You know the forum has something to say about this one.

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DC Comics To Speak With One Voice 

A number of things were announced internally by DC Comics yesterday. Hopefully we’ll get to some of them during the day. But one that happened a few days ago was a very noticeable change in the way they do business out of the New York offices.

When Peter Parker Had Sex With Aunt May (SPOILERS) 

Today, Marvel published Amazing Spider-Man #699, the follow up to the explosive twist in Amazing Spider-Man #698. So, you know, spoilers.

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There are more aspects that tie into Death Of The Family in some of the non-tie books that with today’s die cut cover Detective Comics #15. At least on the surface. But this juxtaposition rather fits the themes in Snyder’s book…

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The Evidence Mounts For Steve Carell’s Eleventh Hour Return To The Office

As the final series of The Office moves along time is running out for some loose ends to be tied up. One pay off we’ve been promised is that the documentary crew, who have been filming the Dunder Mifflin-Sabre lot for the best part of a decade, are actually going to play a more active part in the story. I expect we’ll find out what they were actually filming for – and I also expect it will be something unexpected.

Harrison Ford Drills Asa Butterfield In Our First Look At Ender’s Game 

Orson Scott Card’s sci-fi war movie Ender’s Game is finally on its way to the big screen. Its story of youths being drilled and sent to fight is certainly topical – once again. It’s also pretty friendly to the YA audience who embraced The Hunger Games, as well as seasoned sci-fi buffs.

Yeah, Forget The Roger Rabbit Sequel A Moment – A Threequel Is Set For Publication

And now, Wolf and Musa Publishing have announced the third book in the series, Who Wacked Roger Rabbit?, using a banner that features the movie versions of Roger, Benny the Cab and Jessica – and Wolf himself.

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Karen Berger Steps Down From DC Comics

Coincidentally or not, they immediately issued a press release announcing that Karen Berger, Executive Editor of DC Vertigo and Senior VP at DC Comics, was stepping down after twenty years at the company.

So What The Hell Is Going On At DC Right Now?

At DC Comics today, they’ve been holding individual meetings with staff members, and are about to start a general meeting for everyone.

When Peter Parker Had Sex With Aunt May (SPOILERS)

Today, Marvel published Amazing Spider-Man #699, the follow up to the explosive twist in Amazing Spider-Man #698. So, you know, spoilers.

 

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Captain America Writer Nick Spencer Gets Death Threats On Social Media

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