That headline may not have meant what you thought it would mean in the context of the week, but gotta say the WTF Certified gatefold cover promotion has been pretty successful from stem to stern. These WTF posts never fail to garner attention: The Catwoman is a pretty good reveal… any other favourites?
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The Catwoman is a pretty good reveal… any other favourites?
Back in the midsts of time, before the New 52, Nick Spencer was the writer of Supergirl. And then suddenly, half way through his first issue, he wasn’t.
In Axel Alonso’s Q&A Column at CBR, he announced the following;
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It would seem that Florian Frerichs‘ Alex is something of a tribute to Stanley Kubrick‘s film of A Clockwork Orange, a follow up that’s not really a sequel. Here’s the official blurb, with thanks to Quiet Earth for the heads up:
The list of dinosaur species we believe to have been feathered is expanding all of the time. After decades of hypothesis, paleontoligists literally started digging up evidence in the 90s. In 2007, the Velociraptor was confirmed to have feathers by the discovery of “quill knobs” on a well preserved fossil.
Jenna-Louise Coleman‘s surprise appearance in Asylum of the Daleks was clearly one of the best received moments in recent Doctor Who. I can remember how Twitter and Tumblr lit up and the outpouring of glee was actually rather infectious. It worked because the audience were caught off guard.
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I have been told by a number of high profile industry sources that Fialkov was asked to change his upcoming story to one that killed off Green Lantern John Stewart, DC Comics’ most prominent black character. And that is why he quit.
But in the “post credits” scene of Age Of Ultron #10, the character of Angela will appear. Yes, that Angela.
But he knows that the Bleeding Cool initial report and the CBR confirmatory report were most definitely verified. As, by the way, was our subsequent report.