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Shame about that N in Needs in there, I’d have like a clean sweep of M alliteration across the headline. Anyhow, Michael Moran went to see Mars Needs Moms, and this is what he wants to tell you about it: Another week, another computer-rendered kids’ animation. To stand out from the great mass of romantic… Read more »
I met up with Michael Collins at Thought Bubble in Leeds this weekend. Michael was my artist on the Royal Wedding comic books, and currently has been working doing storyboards on Doctor Who and Sherlock for BBC Wales. He’s also the artist of the BBC published Sherlock Colouring In Book: The Mind Palace, where he… Read more »
Well, She-Hulk, Ultimates and X-Factor list their final issues for January. And Avengers World has gone missing, which never looks good. Electra, Ghost Rider and Invaders hang in there. The new Wolverines title gets the 3.99 price point, the first ongoing weekly comic to go there. Squirrel Girl at $3.99 suggests that weve seen the… Read more »
Grant Morrison has talked a few times about the Kid Marvelman story he was asked to write for Warrior Magazine back in the day, after they’d fallen on bad terms with Alan Moore, only to get a note from Alan Moore asking him please not to. Well, there’s no one to stop him now. We’d… Read more »
Reviewer Michael Moran paints an intriguing picture of this one: The look of the film is luscious. The effects are quite brilliant. There are one or sequences that set the bar pretty high for anyone who might be, for example, making a Star Wars movie in the next year or two. This is, in my book, a… Read more »
Marvel have made an agreement with Alan Moore to not use his name in conjunction with their reprinting of the Marvelman/Miracleman comic book, at his request. Which necessitated such solicitations such as this; MIRACLEMAN #1 & 2 THE ORIGINAL WRITER & MICK ANGLO (W) GARRY LEACH, ALAN DAVIS, PAUL NEARY, STEVE DILLON & MICK ANGLO… Read more »
Filling in for other parts of the BC machine which are currently in motion in various parts of the world, so I’m sure someone will be by with a more indepth analysis soon, but here’s what’s official for now: Update: See also Michael Moran’s much more informative piece on this development. BBC Worldwide North America announces… Read more »
Welcome to another week’s Lying In The Gutters. And a special thanks to DC Comics for giving us some cracklingly good weekend traffic. Whether it’s Batwoman, Harley Quinn or Aquaman, it’s all people have wanted to talk about. Not even Flash Thompson could keep up. Though our top story is very grateful to Reddit. Photo… Read more »
Last we heard, Franco hadn’t been made an official offer to play the TV host. Has he signed on? Is the film going ahead? When?
If you’re going to make it easy for people to spread spoilers about, wouldn’t you want your quality of spoiler to be better than this?
And what about Benedict Cumberbatch? Will we be seeing him return?
I wonder if most aren’t misinterpreting Whedon’s comments.
Michael Moran’s review of This Is The End is under embargo until closer to the film’s UK release date on June 28th. He was allowed to tweet about the film, though. As much he wanted.
The trend for modern superhero movies to be about the rich having rich people problems.
Is Oblivion what you want to see this weekend? Michael Moran gives you his opinion: I’ve heard quite a bit of negative buzz about Oblivion. Having now seen it myself I can’t, for the life of me, work out why. I really liked this one. Most-Read Comic Stories Wednesday: The Real WTF Moment In Today’s Batman And… Read more »
Ryan Gosling cranks up the moodiness as he gets ready for a night of death-defying work.
What’s new from DC in June? The forum has already caught a few interesting tidbits. Most-Read Comic Stories Today: DC Solicitations For June 2013 – Except For Batman And Beyond Bringing in DC’ solicitations, as revealed by Comic Book Resources, Comic Vine, Newsarama, IGN, MTV, iFanboy, Comics Alliance all into one spot… no sign of… Read more »
Our man Michael Moran has gone off at a secret location to watch almost 40 minutes of Star Trek Into Darkness and when he gets back to Earth, he’ll tell you all about it. In the meantime, here’s one easily relatable factoid gleaned from the footage.
Inspired by Michael Crichton style sci-fi, apparently.
Well played, Amazon.
What no Judi Dench? No Benjamin Whishaw in an anorak? They’ve gone for the sexy ones in the new Skyfall character banners. Here’s the full spread, together. Click through to see it in full size. And thanks to our very own Michael Moran for sending it over.
Time to put on your knickers and the kettle, though not necessarily in that order.