Most-Read Comic Stories Of March 2013
Age Of Ultron‘s surprising ending is meant to be top secret, only eight people are meant to know about it and Joe Quesada is drawing the last few pages to preserve the mystery. Nice bit of PR, certainly but it’s not true.
The X-Men comics have often used allegory to address such prejudice, with “mutie” being the original epithet, with Kitty Pryde once comparing it on panel to the N-word, recently succeeded by “genefreak”. But “mutant” has generally remained descriptive in the comics. Uncanny Avengers #5 seeks to change that…
I have been told by a number of high profile industry sources that Fialkov was asked to change his upcoming story to one that killed off Green Lantern John Stewart, DC Comics’ most prominent black character. And that is why he quit.
But in the “post credits” scene of Age Of Ultron #10, the character of Angela will appear. Yes, that Angela.
So you crashed and burned trying to download 700 free Marvel comics the other week. Well, Bleeding Cool has painstakingly looked through ComiXology’s listings of free comics, removed all the previews for paid comics that we can find, leaving us with 525 free comics. From Doctor Who to Superman, to 30 Days Of Night to Amazing Spider-Man, and complete runs so far of Box 13, Hawken Genesis, Cyberforce and Valentine.
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Of March 2013
You’ll be hearing a lot from Bryan Singer on Bleeding Cool today, and then again over the next couple of weeks. We met up a few weeks back and had a really fascinating chat, talking up a storm about Jack the Giant Slayer, about X-Men: Days of Future Past, and then also about a whole lot more besides.
Amongst the officially released details of the upcoming Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Blu-ray, alongside the unsurprising confirmation of a rather light load of new special features, was one odd and interesting twist.
Bruce Timm, like many of us, was disappointed with Cartoon Network’s decision to not pick-up Green Lantern the Animated Series for second season since he said it was one the best things he’s ever worked on, and considering his career, that’s saying something.
Sam Raimi’s in London right now to do press on his wonderful, marvelous Oz the Great and Powerful. Tonight he held a Meet the Filmmakers event with Zach Braff and, as you might expect, when Sam Raimi appears in a public arena, Evil Dead questions followed.