Most-Read Comic Stories Week Of January 27 – February 2
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From a source who is sometimes reliable. Sometimes not. Someone with good connections, but slightly removed. Lots of salt everywhere, let’s go with an amber light. Although the first one seems pretty green, looking at recent Amazon listings.
Edward Kramer is the co-founder of the Atlanta-based comic convention, Dragon*Con. He is no longer working for the show, you won’t find his name on the convention website, but he owns a third of it and, apparently, receives around $150,000 a year from the show’s profits as a result.
Jim Starlin posted the full gatefold for Stormwatch #19 on his Facebook page and listed all the characters:
So we’ve seen them kissing. Indeed, Batman’s got his jollies watching them kissing from his batsatellite. But just how far have Superman and Wonder Woman gone? Have they knocked red boots?
Cartoon Network have just announced a raft of new shows – more on which in a moment. Amongst them is one that I think merits specific mention: a redesigned, reworked, Craig McCracken-less Powerpuff Girls.
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Week Of January 27 – February 2
I don’t know if the timing precludes her from being in the pilot episode or not but Cobie Smulders says she’s sticking with SHIELD:
As expected, neither Young Justice or Green Lantern are on Cartoon Network’s newly published list of new or returning shows.
I learnt last year that the Young Justice TV had been cancelled but wasn’tconfident enough to stand it up, all I had were the circumstantial evidence of, say, the delays and the comic book suffering the same fate.
Mark Wahlberg has told the world that he’ll be reuniting with Ted in March and then again in September, while squeezing the Transformers inbetween.