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Most importantly, is Robin really, REALLY dead?
Okay, I don’t mean DC are putting out a million omnibuses. But there are quite a lot of trade paperbacks and hardcovers coming up. Including One Million Omnibus, which ends up having a ridiculous looking collection of issues. Lots of zeroes…
So you crashed and burned trying to download 700 free Marvel comics the other week. Well, Bleeding Cool has painstakingly looked through ComiXology’s listings of free comics, removed all the previews for paid comics that we can find, leaving us with 525 free comics. From Doctor Who to Superman, to 30 Days Of Night to Amazing Spider-Man, and complete runs so far of Box 13, Hawken Genesis, Cyberforce and Valentine.
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There’s a bright, hard look to some of the colours in The Wolverine, as befits a film punched through with the neon lights of Japan. Then, at other times, things are very dark, and the shadows eat up the image.
The UK Twitter feed for The Wolverine has released this new poster for the film.
The Marvel Movie Universe is starting to get really muscly. While just the other day Dave Bautista was cast in the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, today UFC kickboxing champion George St-Pierre is set for a role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
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Here, it seems, is the answer. It’s a new game.
I don’t know if people have noticed, but the sword that kills him belongs to the very first known ancestor of the Waynes, it was used in Batman: Shadow of the Bat, in the 90s, so what we went back to, there’s a suit of armor in the case, and it’s Bruce Wayne’s earliest ancestor’s. That’s who kills the boy, and so there’s a lot of you know, you see him smashed against the Wayne “W” and the foyer of the Wayne tower and so it’s kind of very much about how these things play out over generations and how repetitive patterns play out of destructive patterns and it really never ends.
As the US Senate passes a symbolic bill amendment ahead of the planned Marketplace Fairness Act, we may see a number of changes to the way the comic industry operates.