Most-Read Comic Stories Week Of Dec 2 – Dec 8
I have been assured that we’re not talking redundancies, and I’m told that settled a few nervous flutters this morning. I know that there were other meetings yesterday but that the top heads are happier about what’s going to be announced today. But it could be anything.
Elaine Lee wrote, this morning: “Look, I’ll say it now. Kaluta and I, just week before last, received a letter from a Marvel/Disney attorney, challenging our rights to Starstruck, a project that was briefly with Marvel/Epic, supposedly their creator-owned imprint, almost three decades ago.
Today, Marvel published Amazing Spider-Man #699, the follow up to the explosive twist in Amazing Spider-Man #698. So, you know, spoilers.
Coincidentally or not, they immediately issued a press release announcing that Karen Berger, Executive Editor of DC Vertigo and Senior VP at DC Comics, was stepping down after twenty years at the company.
Well, there seems to be a War Against the Trinity at DC right now. Literally with the upcoming Trinity War. Which looks like it may involve a different Trinity all together.
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Week Of Dec 2 – Dec 8
Though the film has yet to secure a director, most likely hasn’t cast a single role – returning Superman aside? – and could be months away from production, the script has been drafted for a while. Long enough, it seems, for significant details to leak.
There are spoilers ahead, and not just for Iron Man 3.
We finally get to see our first glimpses of Star Trek Into Darkness, and it’s all framed by Benedict Cumberbatch talking about ‘society’ and ‘illusions’ and such. You know, evil stuff.
Inhuman bondage. This new Man of Steel poster was dropped via the film’s Facebook page.
The first trailer for Joseph Kosinski‘s futuristic adventure movie Oblivion sneaked out a day early, thanks to a snafu in the UIP Columbia PR and marketing office.