Most-Read Comic Stories Of November 2012
On Twitter, Tony Harris asked people to retweet his Facebook post below. Well, this is a kind of a retweet. I guess.
Dirk Manning is a writer for Newsarama and he has also written for Bleeding Cool as well as having work published by Image Comics. And yesterday he shared the above meme on his Facebook page. Can you guess what happened next? He added the following in comments.
We’re supremely proud of Vertigo’s HELLBLAZER, one of the most critically-acclaimed series we’ve published. Issue #300 concludes this chapter of Constantine’s epic, smoke-filled story in style and with the energy, talent and creativity fans have come to expect from Peter Milligan, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Stefano Landini. And no one should worry that John is going to hang-up his trenchcoat – he lives on in March, in the pages of the all-new DC Comics New 52 ongoing series, CONSTANTINE, by writer Robert Venditti and artist Renato Guedes.”
The following article will act as if you have read Amazing Spider-Man #698. If you have not, you may want to look elsewhere, until you have. I think it’s a really clever comic and well worth the recommendation. But some of you are going to have real problems with it. And I’m going to explore those – and why this could be a real opportunity for the comic.
New Universe. It’s back, baby!
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Of November 2012
For Hallowe’en, bum-loving popstrel Kate Nash, Emmy the Great and some of their friends took over a screen in the Hackney Picture House for a top-to-bottom performance of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical episode, Once More with Feeling.
We don’t know just how they’d pull it off, but Bleeding Cool has heard from a solid source that David Tennant will be returning to Doctor Who.
You can tell that The Asylum have reached the proudest moment in their history when the tagline for their new film is simply, “Enough said!”
Harrison Ford is said to be happy to come back for the next Star Wars movie… though he may just have a particular clause in mind for his contract.
Hardy has signed on to play Sam Fisher, lead of the Splinter Cell videogames in a new movie that, as of yet, hasn’t even got the backing of a studio. The game follows the stealthy sneaking and creeping of Fisher, a special agent for the FSA – which basically amounts to him being a gadgety ninja.