Wonder Woman A Misfit? Wednesday Trending Topics

Wonder Woman casting is progressing nicely, it seems. Can’t wait until they get into production, as we had endless amounts of fun with that last time. Amy Manson has done a good amount of British tele, and much of it is genre stuff – she was Alice Guppy in Torchwood, Leah in Misfitsand Daisy in Being Human – though, to be honest, I can remember her most clearly from Desperate Romantics.

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Batman, Batman And Robin, And Batgirl – “What’s In The Box?” (SPOILERS)

You remember the scene from Seven. “What’s in the box?”

More Future For The Marvel Universe (SPOILERS)

New Avengers gives us the future of the Marvel Universe.

Eleven Thoughts About Eleven Comics – Fifty Shades Of Jean Grey 

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Possible New Wonder Woman Has Experience At Torchwood, As A Misfit And Of Being Human 

Blowing the lid off of some confidentiality agreement or another, STV are reporting that scots actress Amy Manson has “already made it through two auditions” for the upcoming Wonder Woman TV pilot, Amazon.

Are We Getting A Heroes For Hire Movie From Marvel?

We’re probably getting a Heroes For Hire comic from Marvel this year, written by Brian Bendis, with the classic team of Luke Cage and Danny Rand, Power Man and Iron Fist – but now with Jessica Jones and her and Cage’s baby as well.

Emma Stone And Guillermo Del Toro Getting Set For Ghost Story, Crimson Peak

Guillermo Del Toro has described his upcoming production, Crimson Peak, as “a Gothic romance with ghosts,” “set at the turn of the [twentieth] Century… dark and stormy and wind-swept.” He’s been producing a lot of spook shows over the last few years, but he hasn’t directed an out-and-out creepy picture himself in a very long time.

Blood In The Water

I understand there are more retro-firings off DC comics to come. I also need to write a big article concerning the current state of DC Comics and apparent editorial/creative issues, but that will take considerable research, question and fact-checking. While for now, I can just cut and paste from blogs and Twitter. So guess what I’ve done.

Batman, Batman And Robin, And Batgirl – “What’s In The Box?” (SPOILERS)

You remember the scene from Seven. “What’s in the box?”

A Bleeding Cool Challenge – The DC Gatefold Covers

Consider this a Bleeding Cool Challenge! Create your own second half of the gatefold cover to any of the comics solicited in April. It can be satirical, it can be straight, but it must be surprising.