FitWatch: I’m seeing the first episode of Misfits at the BFI tonight – anyone join me for drinks afterwards? Anyway, here’s the new trailer…
NewYorkSignWatch1: Midtown Comics will be opening their new New York downtown store downtown at 64 Fulton & the corner of Gold St. next Wednesday, with Jim Lee signing copies of his Icon book from 2-4 pm Sunday the 18th of December. Just in time for that Jim Lee signed and sketched Christmas present…
NewYorkSignwatch2: Forbidden Planet NYC will have a Kill Shakespeare signing event on Monday at 6:30 pm.
NewYorkSignWatch3: Dan Slott is signing Spider-Man Big Time next Wednesday from 6pm at Jim Hanley’s Universe.
TrumpetWatch: Bleeding Cool is again Wikio’s no 1 Culture blog for the month. I still have no idea why. Official results out next week.
StoreWatch: Comic shop Alter Ego gets profiled.
They say I am a work in progress. The fools.
Time Warner, the media conglomerate behind Warner Bros., HBO, CNN and DC Comics, said its third-quarter net income declined, but adjusted earnings surpassed Wall Street’s expectations thanks to growing subscription and ad revenue in its networks business.
“The Docs” follows four expeditionary Navy Corpsmen, Petty Officers from both active duty and reserve components, who are deployed with Marine and Seabee combat units. The story watches them manage emotionally impactful events and combat stress emergencies, home front issues, and even boredom. In addition, they face the stigma of seeking mental health care in their patients and in themselves, and learn of their need to care for one another. The goal for this story is to provide an entertaining and community-appropriate message of the importance of caring for caregiver, and the responsibility we all share in that endeavor.
Not to be outdone by Paramount and Marvel’s new high-res Captain America: The First Avenger images, Warner Bros. has released cleaner versions of the first The Green Lantern images originally scanned and circulated online from the print edition of Entertainment Weekly.
Rico Vendetti, 41, owner of a tavern and a restaurant in Rochester, was charged this week with racketeering and transporting stolen goods across state lines. The items ranged from razor blades and over-the-counter drugs to power tools and GPS devices with an estimated retail value surpassing $1 million.
We’ve sidetracked the media that he has actually been financing Batman all these years,” Morrison explained of the long arc he’s written that has seen the Dark Knight plunge through time and space and have his mantle taken up by former Robin Dick Grayson. “He is the man behind the Batman, but he is not Batman.
Since Villains United is doing so well on the poll, we thought we’d post a special VU blog. Just came across a bunch of old designs for the Villains United characters and they brought back a lot of great memories.
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- New England Comics Launches The Tick #0 For San Diego Comic-Con - June 20, 2018
- Catwoman #1 Cover Suggests She May Not Get Married to Batman - June 20, 2018
- The X-Men Gold #30 Wedding Issue Has Gone to Second Printing - June 20, 2018
- No More Issues of Cyborg: #23 Was Your Last, #24 and #25 Cancelled - June 20, 2018