Star Wars: Reclamation – Saturday Trending Topics

star_wars_logo_640_large_verge_medium_landscapeStill more Star Wars newsAn IMDB user posted what appear to be several pages from a TV show’s “bible,” or perhaps just a pitch document. These give some details on what the show would be about in general, not on a week-to-week basis.

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Saturday:

Star Wars: Reclamation Seems To Offer Our First Real Clues Of What Episode VII Holds

An IMDB user posted what appear to be several pages from a TV show’s “bible,” or perhaps just a pitch document. These give some details on what the show would be about in general, not on a week-to-week basis.

Agent Smith Returns – A General Electric Commercial Set In The World Of The Matrix

This ad will apparently air during Saturday Night Live tonight, so get ahead of the curve. It features the multiplicitous return of Agent Smith, so logic dictates it takes place inside The Matrix.

First Star Trek Into Darkness Character Poster Is Uhura 

Presuming we don’t count the earlier designs as examples of a John Harrison – ie. Khan – character poster, then here’s the first. It’s Uhura, and she’s having a bit of a bad hair day. Rough! Tumble!

Most-Read Comic Stories Saturday:

Comics Realism: The Content-Win, But Brand-Fail Of DC’s New 52 

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Comics Realism. This is intended be a weekly weekend column where I talk comics, pop culture and whatever else comes to mind. I’m rather opinionated, but I try to be fair. I hope to hear from you about the topics discussed here.

Seriously, WTF Wonder Woman #19?

Wonder Woman is having a bit of a thing with Superman. Indeed, according to Superboy, it may be enough of a fling to change the entire time space continuum.

Could Cosplay Be Banned For New York Comic Con?

So there have been a number of incidents involving people who dress in costumes and “perform” on and around Times Square in return for donations. A Cookie Monster who may have shoved a two year old boy when his mother didn’t pay up for a photo quickly enough. An anti-semitic Elmo. You know.

Most-Discussed In The Forum Saturday:

Comics Realism: The Content-Win, But Brand-Fail Of DC?s New 52

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Comics Realism. This is intended be a weekly weekend column where I talk comics, pop culture and whatever else comes to mind. I?m rather opinionated, but I try to be fair. I hope to hear from you about the topics discussed here.

Marvel, Time Travel And Everything Getting Stuffed Up

You may remember an earlier Bleeding Cool story about Wolverine travelling in time, and getting his healing factor damaged as a result. Well, readers of Age Of Ultron this week will have seen one of those shoes dropping. It was to the events described in the most recent issue that we were referring to…

The New 27 – DC Marketshare Slips In March 2013

In February, DC Comics saw one of their marketshare figures fall below the psychologically important 30% mark. In March they have fallen further, both now under 30%. DC have a 27.09% share of revenue and 29.88% share of the number of comics sold in the North American direct market. The last time this happened with both figures was in June 2009.

 

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Discussing Predator Vs Judge Dredd Vs Aliens with John Layman

How Marvel Goes From No Black Female Writers Ever, To Three, With Just One Comic

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Nerve Adds Thrills and Suspense to Social Media Monotony – A Review

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DC Rebirth Tops Advance Reorders But Briggs Land Makes A Strong Landing

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Babylon 5 Actor Jerry Doyle Dead At Age 60

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Talking Torchwood Comics With John and Carole Barrowman

Positive Outcomes And Confrontations In A Clip From Tomorrow’s Outcast

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182 Final Shots Of San Diego Comic-Con Cosplay – Almost One Thousand In Total

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The Rocketeer To Finally Take Flight Again

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Marvel True Believer Panel at San Diego Comic-Con: When I Applauded For Steve Rogers Being In Hydra or How A Bleeding Cool Writer Yelled From The Audience Without Being Called A Name