Most-Read TV/Film Stories May 26 – June 1
According to our sources, the BBC are tonight going to announce that Matt Smith is leaving the show and that we’ll get a new Doctor as of August next year.
As pre-production work on Guardians of the Galaxy draws Marvel’s ambitious sci-fi epic ever closer to shooting, some specifics of the plot are finally starting to leak out. It seems, from these scraps, that certain details have been changed from the original comic books, and there’s a whole patchwork of interrelated ideas and characters drawn together into something rather new. You may consider some of what follows to be rather spoilery.
This weekend’s filming for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 confirmed, pretty much, that The Rhino will be getting suited and booted in the picture. You’ll also see that the filmmakers are using motion capture to create his look.
The first newspaper front page to push out the news we knew was coming. It’s Mail On Sunday.
Well, worry no more, Mr. O’Brien, as Kevin Smith, Bill Nye and more have possible solutions for you. Yes, these are all ads for a certain brand of razor but, well, they are amusing.
Most-Read Comic Stories May 26 – June 1
Okay, so Forever Evil gets first nametagged in today’s Justice League Of America #4 out today, where Catwoman starts to explore the Secret Society Of Evil.
Which was, handily, next to Chew writer John Layman‘s booth. Giving him the opportunity to… photo bomb.
Okay, so it’s been out and about. Discussed at length. So here, for your voyeuristic disgust, is the final page of Justice League Of America #4, following on from yesterday’s lead up.
These are two model sheets, clearly by Frank Cho, concerning something going on in Savage Wolverine. Or at least, suggesting something to come. Visher-Rakk, the six-limbed crab-like second Galactus, and a surfboard-less herald called Morrigon. Who is probably a cross between the Ood and Grant Morrison.
This was the original Dan Jurgens’ variant for Superman Unchained #1, a classic Superman figure defeating Doomsday. But, for continuity purists, there was one thing missing. Superman’s mullet… that’s right, the nineties Superman gave his enemies something handy to grab onto mid-battle. Hey, maybe he wouldn’t have died in that fight if he’s had a proper haircut.