Comics Alliance Closed – Monday Trending Topics

Monday sucks: indexComics Alliance’s parent company AOL has pulled the plug on the site. Launched by Laura Hudson, Comics Alliance became a home for intelligent reviews, hilarious snark, outraged reaction and curious cosplay.

Most-Read Comic Stories Monday:

Parody And Be Damned – DC Comics Boycotts The Outhouse

At C2E2, Outhousers writers approached PR exec Alex Segura about interviewing DC Comics writers, as DC creators had received strict interview protocols.

Comics Alliance Closed By AOL

Comics Alliance’s parent company AOL has pulled the plug on the site.

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes – A Plus X Switcheroo!

The solicitations say one thing. The actual comics say another. So what changes are happening to your comics in coming weeks?

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Monday:

Let’s Not Misinterpret Joss Whedon’s Latest Comments On Thanos And The Avengers 2

But I wonder if most aren’t misinterpreting Whedon’s comments.

Trailer For The Chinese Iron Man 3 – A Little Bit Of Extra Business, Here And There

As you’ll see in this trailer, Chinese audiences are being promised a scene where Iron Man pulls off a bit of action in front of the Yongdingmen Gate.

Amazing New Pacific Rim Footage – The WonderCon Trailer Goes Wide

More Kaiju and more Jaegers.

 

Aquaman’s Hair Colour And His Morality – The DC Rebirth Panel From San Diego Comic-Con

The Final Fantasy Movie Kingsglaive Gets A Trailer Featuring Sean Bean, Lean Headey And Aaron Paul

Here Are High-Res Photos Of All The Justice League Member’s Logos

William Shatner Speaks Of His Late Friend Leonard Nimoy At Star Trek 50th Anniversary Conference

The Joker Smolders His Way Onto The Next Empire Cover

The Agents Of SHIELD Arrive For The Women Of Marvel Panel At San Diego Comic-Con

BC Bestseller List, 24th July 2016 – No Marvel Universe Comics, Just DC Rebirth And Star Wars

Comic Con Slideshow

Sex, Violence And The Law At San Diego Comic-Con With The CBLDF

Here Are Your Three Key Words For Season 4 Of Sherlock

4 Kids Walk Into San Diego Comic-Con And Make Bank – Over $350 Worth