It was a nice weekend to get out and enjoy some good weather for a change. It was also another busy convention weekend with plenty of tidbits and cosplay pics sure to follow for some time. But there was a burst of announcements from the panels of Kapow today, about Mark Millar, Marvel, Movie X, and more. Here’s what caught people’s attention today:
Most-Read Comic Stories Today:
Two new Millarworld books announced at Millarworld, a Hit Girl series from the Kick Ass team of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr, and Supercrooks by Mark Millar and Leinil Yu about superheroes on the south European coast, and a new unnamed Image book from Millar and Frank Quitely, and a name for Gibbons’ and Millar’s new book will be announced in a couple of weeks after it has been fully registered.
Marvel artist David LaFuente will be taking over art duties on an upcoming New Mutants arc, a Fear Itself tie in. The book will focus on Dani Moonstar in her Valkyrie role, and Asgardian goddess Hela.
Will FF become Fantastic Four again? Probably. Hickman however pitches his takes on things as “massive 60 issue epics, notes all crazy and detailed due to his design perspective”
Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:
From the queue for Movie X at Kapow: At the Misfits panel, it was announced that last we’ll see of Robert Sheehan‘s character Nathan in Misfits, the show Rich calls ” the hit superpowered comedy drama from E4″, will be an online “farewell episode”.
Here’s my favourite X-Men: First Class trailer to date.
Last night, I guessed we’d be seeing Woochi: Demon Slayer. Today, I arrive to see handwritten notices telling us that the film in question is an 18 certificate. So it seems like it will probably be Super.
Most-Clicked Pics Today:
- Comic Book Auction Liveblog: Comic Connect Session 3 – It Begins with Action Comics - December 12, 2018
- Planet Comics Mile High Run - December 10, 2018
- The Silent Night Dies Hard: Hans Gruber and Franz Gruber - December 3, 2018
- Boris Karloff’s Guide to Holiday Shopping - December 3, 2018
- Turkey Vigilantes, Dead Rabbits, and the Greatest Thanksgiving Story of All Time - November 22, 2018