Star Wars, Every Year – Wednesday Trending Topics

star-warsNot so far away during a summer just 2 years from now: Disney’s Alan Horn made it very clear at Cinema Con in Las Vegas this afternoon: the studio will be releasing one Star Wars film every summer from 2015 onwards.

Most-Read Comic Stories Wednesday:

The Real WTF Moment In Today’s Wonder Woman #19 

This is the gatefold cover to Wonder Woman #19, out today.

The Correct Order In Which To Read Your Age Of Ultron Comics Today 

Which do you read first to keep your experience chronological? Important, what with all this time travel going on.

Marvel’s FCBD 2013 Infinity Gets Pirated

Two-and-a-half weeks ahead of Free Comic Book Day, Marvel’s offering Infinity has already been pirated and uploaded by infamous advance scanner known as Scanbro.

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Wednesday:

New Man Of Steel Trailer

The long-awaited new Man of Steel trailer has just been released:

The Doctor Strange Casting Rumours Begin – Justin Theroux For Stephen Strange

Kevin Feige has copped to the fact that Doctor Strange is part of Marvel Studio’s phase 3 plans, alongside Ant Man. Where exactly it would go in the release schedule is completely unknown as yet, though it wouldn’t be crazy to think it could be as early as April 2016.

Most-Discussed In The Forum Wednesday:

Annual Star Wars Films From 2015, Alternating Saga Stories And Spin-Offs 

Disney’s Alan Horn made it very clear at Cinema Con in Las Vegas this afternoon: the studio will be releasing one Star Wars film every summer from 2015 onwards.

The Real WTF Moment In Today’s Wonder Woman #19

This is the gatefold cover to Wonder Woman #19, out today.

Before Watchmen, Frank Santoro And The Eisner Awards

Naturally some wondered if this may have affected his abilities as a judge, especially considering publisher of the Comics Journal columns he writes, Fantagraphics, walked away with 24 nominations, and DC received two and a half. But rather than engage in my usual snark and swiping… I decided just to ask him. Before I went to see Iron Man 3 earlier today. When I came out, I had an answer. He told me.

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.

 

Now You Can Shoot Fireballs From Your Wrists

Previews Of Valiant Next – And How Hard The Covers Will Be To Find

Rendel – The First Finnish Superhero Movie

l

“Pretty Much Everyone Hates It” – The Marvel Experience In Scottsdale, Arizona

Saying Goodbye To Middle Earth

Mad Magazine’s Jack Davis Not Retiring After All

Holiday Greetings From The Babadook

Bleeding Cool Bestseller List – 21st December 2015 – DC Comics Takes It Back

Mike Myers / Dr. Evil Visit SNL To Talk Sony Vs #GoP

Looks Like Todd McFarlane Has New Plans For Haunt…