Most-Read Comic Book Stories Week of December 23 – 29 – Amazing Spider-Man 700
There used to be an article here. What I thought was an interesting juxtaposition. However too many other people saw something else.
There are spoilers for those who have not yet read Amazing Spider-Man #700 or Avenging Spider-Man #15.1, published today. Go no further if not…
December, the day of Amazing Spider-Man 700′s release: many (though not all) Comixology users suffer outages, prompting the following tweet:
From the new copy of The Gay Times out today, accompanying an interview with Kieron Gillen about the Young Avengers, and this art from the upcoming new series from Marvel NOW.
Earlier in the year, there were two rumours gaining ground over what Jim Lee was up to after Justice League. One was that he was launching a new Superman book with Scott Snyder called Man Of Steel. Bleeding Cool pitched its tent to that particular field, but we did also note a competitive interest, that of Jim Lee relaunching his original Image title, WildCATS into the New DCU.
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Week of December 23 – 29 – The Wolverine, Arrested Development
Sometimes I find myself, in interviews, feeling quite confident and ready to stick my neck out. I don’t think I’ve ever been quite as bold as Parade‘s Jeanne Wolf, however. Speaking to Hugh Jackman on the occasion of Les Miserable’s release she just came clean and told him what she wanted:
Each episode is named for a character, but we at least now see who is getting multiple chapters for their story and who is not.
Director Alex Zamm has posted test footage from the in-development Hong Kong Phooey picture and nixed Marvin the Martian movie. As he’s done this, it might mean the Phooey film is dead too. Or it might mean that he can’t read his contract very well. Or it might mean nothing at all.
1982 is often touted as the best year ever for geek-friendly genre cinema. This video may well reinforce that belief for you as it previews some of the year’s big sci-fi releases… and spoils key, secret plot points of Star Trek 2 and Blade Runner into the bargain.
Alien and Star Wars‘ art director Roger Christian eventually went on to direct the notorious Battlefield Earth but, long before that, he made his directorial debut with Black Angel. This short film was endorsed by George Lucas who saw it packaged as a short to play before The Empire Strikes Back in Australia and some of Europe, including the UK.