Most-Read Comic Stories Week Of March 17-23
Age Of Ultron‘s surprising ending is meant to be top secret, only eight people are meant to know about it and Joe Quesada is drawing the last few pages to preserve the mystery. Nice bit of PR, certainly but it’s not true.
I have been told by a number of high profile industry sources that Fialkov was asked to change his upcoming story to one that killed off Green Lantern John Stewart, DC Comics’ most prominent black character. And that is why he quit.
But in the “post credits” scene of Age Of Ultron #10, the character of Angela will appear. Yes, that Angela.
Earlier today, we ran the story that Josh Fialkov had walked from his two Green Lantern books because he’d been told to kill off John Stewart.
I understand that Joshua Hale Fialkov has walked off both Green Lantern books he was due to begin writing, “Green Lantern Corps” and “Red Lanterns”.
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Week Of March 17-23
Today’s latest Star Trek Into Darkness trailer rewards close observation. There’s a shot of Alice Eve in her skimpies, and that image in particular rewards close scrutiny
After War comes Beast. The last trailer started with a quote about women, this one starts with one about men.
It would seem that Florian Frerichs‘ Alex is something of a tribute to Stanley Kubrick‘s film of A Clockwork Orange, a follow up that’s not really a sequel. Here’s the official blurb, with thanks to Quiet Earth for the heads up:
The list of dinosaur species we believe to have been feathered is expanding all of the time. After decades of hypothesis, paleontoligists literally started digging up evidence in the 90s. In 2007, the Velociraptor was confirmed to have feathers by the discovery of “quill knobs” on a well preserved fossil.
So here’s Bryan, starting with his comments that segue from Jack to X-Men.