X-Men, Even Newer – Monday Trending Topics

X-MenX-Men by Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel, beginning in April: Looks like we were on the money with that XX teaser the other week, an X-Men book by Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel with a female-centric theme.

Most-Read Comic Stories Today – X-Men, I Vampire

Marvel Launches An All-Female X-Men Book. Called X-Men.

Looks like we were on the money with that XX teaser the other week, a new X-Men book by Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel with a female-centric theme.

DC Cancels I Vampire

It seems it is not to be. Not more than one issue. The “What The F?” moment, as Bobbie Chase puts it, behind this particular gatefold cover is that the book is cancelled.

DC Confirms The Gatefold Covers For April. Also, The Cancellation Of DC Universe Presents (UPDATE)

DC Universe Doesn’t Present, it seems.

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today – Star Wars, Family Guy

Zack Snyder’s Reps Deny He’s Developing Star Wars Take On Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai 

THIRD UPDATE: Variety’s Jeff Sneider “guarantees” that Snyder met with Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy to pitch the Star Wars-Seven Samurai idea.

First Teaser For David Mamet And Al Pacino’s Phil Spector Movie

Though you wouldn’t know it from that, Al Pacino plays Phil Spector in the film, and Helen Mirren and plays Linda Kenny Baden, his defense lawyer in the Lana Clarkson murder case.

Alan Bennett Played Himself On Family Guy, Slamming Regional Theatres 

Which made this snippet from last night’s Family Guy, in which Bennett played himself, even better.

Most-Discussed In The Forum Today – X-Men, I Vampire

Marvel Launches An All-Female X-Men Book. Called X-Men.

Looks like we were on the money with that XX teaser the other week, a new mutant book by Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel with a female-centric theme.

DC Cancels I Vampire

We’d heard the rumours around New York Comic Con that I Vampire would be cancelled with issue 18. But with the collection bursting into the New York Times best seller charts and beating its better known rivals, we wondered if this vampire crime conspiracy thriller might survive. And I heard that subsequent scripts past issue 18 had already been written.

Detective Comics Holds The Line At $7.99 For Issue 900/Issue 19

Detective Comics #19 would have been the 900th issue of the comic if they hadn’t have done that New 52 relaunch thing.

 

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