Most-Read Comic Stories Of January 2013
The DC Domo 2 1/2 inch figurines, out next month, show off a variety designs including DC Classic and DC New 52 for some. But because they are boxed mystery fugures, you won’t know whether of not your Superman will have underwear or not until you open it. Or if you’ve been stuck with Aquaman again.
Thanks to Gotham Spoilers who have done some fine URL farming, here are a number of covers for DC Comics in April.
This was that famous scene, the deal with the devil, Aunt May brought back to life in exchange for Peter Parker and Mary Jane having their marriage wiped from existence.
If you have any plans to read Superior Spider-Man #1 stop now.
Animator Eric Guzman has been doodling a few designs for an Animated Justice League on DeviantArt, using New 52 designs – with a few old 52 designs to make up the numbers…
Most-Read Film Stories Of January 2013
Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 has been nominated in every single category for the 2013 Golden Raspberries, popularly the Razzies.
Director John Krokidas is at Sundance to premiere his Daniel Radcliffe-starring Alan Ginsberg biopic Kill Your Darlings. Rather improbably, this screening seems to have provided a venue for the blowing of a significant Amazing Spider-Man sequel secret.
Cartoon Network have just announced a raft of new shows – more on which in a moment. Amongst them is one that I think merits specific mention: a redesigned, reworked, Craig McCracken-less Powerpuff Girls.
It’s not unusual for reboots, do-overs and remakes to feature cameos from actors previously associated with the “original.”
It seems like Zack Snyder and David Goyer have made some genetic modifications down at the Daily Planet for Man of Steel.