Catwoman And The Captains — Sunday Trending Topics

dc logoIt’s looking like a rather huge week for comics this week. Forever Evil, Nightwing exploding the internet, and etc. DC may not have announced it yet, but Catwoman #23 burned through a generous overprint this week, in the light of the first appearance of the new Joker’s Daughter, ahead of the already heavily-speculated Joker’s Daughter #1.


Most-Read Comic Stories Sunday:

Two Characters’ Identities From The Past Return In Marvel’s Captain Books (Spoilers For Last Week)

But Marvel had a couple as well, possibly not in a way that might inspire collectors, but certainly inspired fans. From their Captain books, America and MArvel, both on the issues’ final pages. So, you know, spoilers.

Buying Catwoman #23 For Cover Price

DC may not have announced it yet, but Catwoman #23 burned through a generous overprint this week, in the light of the first appearance of the new Joker’s Daughter, ahead of the already heavily-speculated Joker’s Daughter #1.

Cover Variance: Forever Evil #1 Variants By Ivan Reis And Joe Prado

Courtesy of the Aquaman Shrine twitter feed (giving away a a digital copy on Wednesday to a lucky follower), variant covers by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado to DC Comics’ Forever Evil #1 out this Wednesday, with Ultraman, Superwoman and Owlman variant covers… the new Trinity…

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

First Teaser For The Kickstarter-Fuelled Superman Lives Documentary, About The Unmade Tim Burton Movie

I really wish Tim Burton‘s Superman Lives had happened. It sounds pretty idiosyncratic.

BBC New Drama Trailer Features Sherlock, Ripper Street, The Escape Artist And More

Auntie may have used this trailer to tease the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special, the most eagerly anticipated drama of the remained of 2013, but they decided not to.

Ghibli’s Hayao Miyazaki To Retire From Making Feature Length Films. Again

Though he has already retired once and then continued making films regardless, Studio Ghibli’s Koji Hoshino has announced formally at the Venice Film Festival that Hayao Miyazaki will no longer direct any feature length projects.

 

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