Most-Read Comic Stories Week Of January 20-26
This was that famous scene, the deal with the devil, Aunt May brought back to life in exchange for Peter Parker and Mary Jane having their marriage wiped from existence.
When any long term romantic relationship breaks down, splitting up your possessions can be just as hard as splitting up your lives.
It begins in Nova #1, it will be developed in the new Guardians Of The Galaxy and Thanos Uprising series, it will follow Age Of Ultron and it will be all encompassingly cosmic, on an Avengers Vs X-Men scale.
Okay, I presume you read the spoiler warning going in. Good, you’re going to need it.
One for the first entries was from new Nightwing artist Brett Booth himself
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Week Of January 20-26
It seems like Zack Snyder and David Goyer have made some genetic modifications down at the Daily Planet for Man of Steel.
Today’s bulletin of new MPAA movie ratings included Man of Steel. Awarding the film a PG-13, the MPAA said that this was for:
Tomorrow, IDW publish the first issue of a three-part Star Trek Into Darkness comic book series. The book is co-written by Bob Orci, one of the writers on the film, and it will set up some fun bits of backstory for us.
Briefly: our man Patrick Dane is down at the London junket for The Last Stand and he reports back, in short, that Arnold Schwarzenegger will be appearing in the next Terminator movie. Arnold said so himself.
Director John Krokidas is at Sundance to premiere his Daniel Radcliffe-starring Alan Ginsberg biopic Kill Your Darlings. Rather improbably, this screening seems to have provided a venue for the blowing of a significant Amazing Spider-Man sequel secret.