Saturday Trending Topics: The End Of The Infinite

Posted by January 22, 2012 Comment

I think John Layman speaks for us all on this matter when he posted in the BC forum in response to the story about Rob Liefeld and Robert Kirkman‘s The Infinite ending over creative differences:

Originally Posted by themightylayman

Hug it out, bitches!!

Good advice for any comic book creative conflict.

On with the countdown…

 

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

Marvel’s April 2012 Solicitations – Cullen Bunn Takes Wolverine From Jason Aaron, The Summer’s Secret Symbiote Event And The End Of Moon Knight? 

There seem to be a few glitches that need ironing out concerning credits but the details do give a few interesting revelations… such as Jason Aaron leaving Wolverine with #304 and Cullen Bunn taking over with #305, what appears to be the final issue of Moon Knight with #12, hints of a Spider-Man symbiote-styled summer event, and Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Ultimate Spider-Man Adventures starting, for the kiddiwinks.

Rob Liefeld And Robert Kirkman Kill The Infinite Over Creative Differences

Unfortunately creative differences have sunk the Infinite. It’s over.

John Rozum Speaks Out Over Creative And Editorial Differences On Static Shock

Static definitely had the best potential of all DC Superheroes of Color… and should have treated like an A-list character, with a huge push.

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

Green Marvel Monsters Ahoy – Toys “Reveal” The Movie Lizard And The Avenger’s Hulk 

More toys, and the movie clues they spill. I’ve written a slew of toy stories these last few weeks, but every one of them after Christmas. Seems like somebody’s clock is off.

 

Another Avengers Set Piece Detailed – Loki Hijinks Spoiled 

Here’s the loose set-up of an action scene that would seem to come from The Avengers. It’s also the blurb that accompanies an upcoming pack of plastic bricks, intended to tie-in with the movie:

VIDEO: Star Wars Uncut – Episode IV Remade In 15-Second Chunks 

The entirety of Star Wars has been remade by fans, each little chunk of fifteen seconds submitted separately in a style of the filmmakers’ choice. The approaches vary from Be Kind Rewind to Flash Animation 101, though there’s some witty ideas tucked away here and there.

 

 

(Last Updated January 23, 2012 12:07 am )

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