Marriage In The DCU – Sunday Trending Topics

action-comics-206-superman-lois-lane-weddingDeveloping out of Baltimore Comic Con over the weekend, I doubt we’ve heard the last of this one this week. Barda and Scott are no longer a married couple. Clark and Lois are no longer a married couple. Midnight and Apollo are no longer a married couple. Animal Man, the only New 52 book to star a married man, is looking as if Buddy and Ellie will be breaking up, in the light of the death of their son, Cliff.

Most-Read Comic Stories Sunday:

The Gay Flash Thompson That Never Was (UPDATE)

He reports to Bleeding Cool that during a conversation about working with certain writers, Ultimate Spider-Man artist Mark Bagley revealed that there had been a plan to make the Ultimate Spider-Man version of Flash Thompson a gay man at one point, in a similar fashion as to how they ended up recreating Ultimate Colossus. But that the plan was scrapped by writer Brian Bendis at the last moment. And that this was down to an internet troll jumping on the idea in a derogatory fashion on message boards.

DC Comics And The War Against Marriage

Barda and Scott are no longer a married couple. Clark and Lois are no longer a married couple. Midnight and Apollo are no longer a married couple. Animal Man, the only New 52 book to star a married man, is looking as if Buddy and Ellie will be breaking up, in the light of the death of their son, Cliff.

The Batwoman #25 You’ll Never Get To Read

JH Williams III found out that Marc Andreyko was taking over Batwoman and that he would be writing the series from issue 25, rather than the expected issue 27, by reading about Baltimore reports about Dan DiDio onstage.

Most-Read TV/Film Stories Sunday:

This Sounds Huge – Vin Diesel Reveals “A Merging Of Brands” In The Marvel Movieverse For Phase 3

I get the call, I go down to Marvel. A great meeting. It was even talking about something so big I can’t even talk about because it’s like the merging of brands in a way, which I won’t get into. That was something way, way, way, way, way down the road.

I Spit On Your Grave 2 Effectively Rejected By The BBFC, Cut For The UK Release

I’ve been hearing rumblings about cuts to I Spit On Your Grave 2 for some time now. I first reported on it here on Bleeding Cool when it was announced that a “Festival Cut” would be screening at FrightFest in August, when I also mentioned that the first film had been cut for the UK release in 2010.

Finally: An Actual, Real Trailer For Atlantis, The New BBC Show From The Creator Of Misfits

Atlantis has the BBC “Saturday night spirit” at its heart, so what better time to premiere this, the first trailer for the show.

 

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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