First they changed the title for the UK theatrical release, and now this: This post will, by necessity, contain a very big Avengers movie spoiler indeed. Please do not read on if you have not already seen the film. Of course, statistics say that you have seen the film. So read on. Now, today’s the day that Disney have released Marvel Avengers Assemble on UK DVD and Blu-ray. It’s the same film as The Avengers in the US. Or at least it was, when it played in cinemas.
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This post will, by necessity, contain a very big Avengers movie spoiler indeed. Please do not read on if you have not already seen the film. Of course, statistics say that you have seen the film. So read on.
While we have already seen Chris Hemsworth head-stomping his way through battle on the set of Thor 2, there were still questions as to what exactly whose heads he was stomping.
Flickering lightbulbs that may indicate the coming of Weeping Angels. No one knowing who the Doctor is anymore. A Doctor prepared, nay, willing to kill in cold blood. And now the titles themselves are getting darker, week by week…
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We ran a batch of Marvel NOW! Variant covers earlier. Well here are some more, including a look at Milo Manara’s Psylocke, and a bunch of pre-finished Joe Quesada covers, some of which we saw finished here earlier.
Well, according to the recent Teen Titans collection, he never was. The phrase “Robin The Boy Wonder” has now been amended to “Batman’s Boy Wonder”
Taking over on the interiors from Ivan Reis and Joe Prado as they move to Justice League with issue 15, is Ardian Syaf, who drew the first year of the New 52 Batgirl, and Red Lanterns #0.
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In the light of San Diego Comic Con announcements by Scott Lobdell that Tim Drake was never Batman’s Robin, it was pointed out (by people like us) that in comics actually written by Scott Lobdell, he still appeared to have been Robin. At least that’s how it was in Teen Titans #1.
DC Comics has cancelled the first of their Second Wave titles. GI Combat was initially Men Of War, renamed, recreated and rebranded to tell more war stories from the DC Universe. But its seventh issue will be its last. Basically the same comic has been cancelled twice.
Over a hundred people were arrested today as Occupy Wall Street held a series of peaceful protests around Manhattan’s financial district in a one year anniversary of the movement. They included the cartoonist and comic creator Molly Crabapple.