Wednesday Trending Topics: Winter Soldier, Dark World

Posted by July 26, 2012 Comment

Here’s an activity which is going to occupy quite a lot of our time over the next year or so: piecing together how certain aspects of certain comic book storylines are going to fit into upcoming Marvel Studios films. Should be fun, particularly in these two cases.

Most-Read Comic Stories Today:

The Panels From Batman Inc #3 That May Have Been The Issue 

Little Bleeder Doc Hurt writes with the accompanied shots from Batman Inc #3, to be held at comic stores tomorrow for a month due to concerns regarding sensitivity. The second image below is likely to be more of a spoiler. He writes;

Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen Comics – Wolverine & The X-Men, Axe Cop, X-Treme X-Men, Astonishing X-Men, Prophet, The Manhattan Projects, Eternity, Justice League Dark, Crossed, Comedian, Debris, X-Treme X-Men, Avengers, And Hit-Girl 

In Wolverine & X-Men, the artwork seems slightly off in places, Whilce Portacio anatomy put through a smoother filter, which doesn’t quite work – except for one aspect.

There’s No Such Thing as Too Much: Cosplay Round-Up from San Diego Comic-Con 

Because it’s Sunday, and to kick off Bleeding Cool’s quota of awesomeness for the new week, here’s a huge batch of cosplay pictures from San Diego Comic-Con.

M0st-Read TV/Film Stories Today:

Anthony Russo Spills On Captain America: The Winter Soldier, From Page To Screen

The title card alone, when revealed in a flash at Comic-Con, pretty much cemented it: the next Captain America film is to take its cues from Ed Brubaker‘s Winter Soldier storyline.

Thor 2 Set To Film Quite A Lot Of Scenes Underground… But Why?

We have verified that several scenes for Thor 2, the Marvel movieverse sequel set to get rolling in London and on nearby sound stages this summer, will be filmed underground. Alongside the film’s subtitle, The Dark World, this raises some interesting questions.

Peter Jackson Really Is Planning A Third Hobbit Movie After All

It was rumoured then rebuffed but now it’s on the table again, thanks to some very credible reporting.


(Last Updated July 26, 2012 2:44 am )

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