Sunday Trending Topics: Avengers Forever

Sunday Trending Topics: Avengers Forever

Posted by March 26, 2012 Comment

With The Avengers opening weekend little over a month away, it’s time for us rumor-mongers to turn our attention towards the post-Avengers Marvel Studios landscape in earnest.  Like Alasdair Stuart in one of today’s trending posts, I’m very pleased to see Black Widow back for Iron Man 3.  Good continuity move, and Scarlett Johansson‘s take is pretty perfect.

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

Piracy, Double Shipping, Multiple Artists And Buying Batman Noel For A Hundred Grand, The Unexpurgated CB Cebulski 

You should read the whole thing, but I cut and pasted some of Cebulski’s statements and, frankly, breaking news.

This Avengers Comic Is Very Bad. But It Is Also Free. 

Actor and comics writer James Amus, who has recent written a Generation Hope arc that I much admired, has a new Marvel comic out. It’s completely free. And it’s completely awful.

Killing Off Boba Fett. Oh Go On, Just Do It 

Dark Horse have been on a bit of a roll recently with their Star Wars comics. Their Darth Vader series did pretty well but their Origins of the Jedi knocked it out of the park, with rising eBay prices and third prints on the way.

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

Another Of The Avengers Is Set For Iron Man 3 Appearance

However, what really got my attention is their statement that not only is Don Cheadle back as Rhodey but Scarlet Johannsson is returning as Black Widow.

First Trailer For Next Series Of Doctor Who As Leaked From The Convention Floor

Rumours are that this trailer will be released online in better quality come Monday, but here’s a first look at for new Doctor Who as shown at the first ever convention dedicated to the show, happening right now in sunny Wales.

Scoop: Michael Bay’s Alien Turtles Apparently Aren’t Teenagers Either

Bleeding Cool has verified that the working title of the upcoming Paramount-Nickelodeon Turtle movie from producer Michael Bay and director Jonathan Libesman is going by the working title of Ninja Turtles. We know all too well where the “Mutant” bit went, but now it seems we’re also losing “Teenage.”

 

About Mark Seifert

Co-founder and Creative director of Bleeding Cool parent company Avatar Press. Bleeding Cool Managing Editor, tech and data wrangler. Machine Learning hobbyist. Vintage paper addict.

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(Last Updated March 26, 2012 12:32 am )

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