Most-Read Comic Stories Week Of February 17-23
There are still more rumours and gossip to sift through from the Marvel Summit. We’ve already talked about a rumour of a Death Of Wolverine story in 2014, resulting from Wolverine’s healing factor damage sufered during time travel trips in Age Of Ultron.
Okay, so this is a story. It rather spoils the end of Batwoman #17, by JH Williams III and W Haden Blackman out today. Normally I’m extremely reluctant to spoil the end of a comic, and while this is one of those times that I think justifies it, it’s not going to be in the headline, the first paragraph or in the search tags.
It was confirmed last night that DC and Wildstorm artist Scott Clark had passed away.
From Superman #17. Okay, it’s just a colouring error and I’m sure it will be corrected for the trade. But, still…
Originally Martha and Jonathan Kent died of natural causes, after their adopted son Clark Kent graduated college, and never saw him as Superman. Except one time when Jonathan was able to travel, briefly, to the future.
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Week Of February 17-23
Two Colombian news sources are reporting that Toy Story 4 has been made official with Pixar promising a 2015 release date and the return of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Joan Cusack.
Some images, likely from a tie-in book though possibly from a magazine that I haven’t been able to identify, have arrived online, and they completely squash any last vestige of mystery about which witch in Oz the Great and Powerful is which.
Perhaps you’ll even be able to spread-and-connect the Iron Man 3 character posters as a kind of tableau once we have them all, but for now, the thing that ties this Aldrich Killian poster to the previous War Machine-slash-Iron Patriot one is all of the burning stuff tumbling from the skies.
It’s really no longer any kind of a secret that plans for Star Wars Episode VII will see Luke, Leia and Han returning, at least for a little bit. Harrison Ford was rumoured to have signed on, though we’ve also heard whispers that he’s definitely going to wait to read the script, or at least something detailed, before he’ll put pen to paper
Just off the phone with Fox and some excellent news – Matthew Vaughn is producing Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot!