The Daily LITG, November 8th 2018 - The Daily Cycle

The Daily LITG, November 8th 2018 – The Daily Cycle

Posted by November 8, 2018 Comment

Welcome to the daily Lying In The Gutters. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. I am writing this on a bus, about to get on a bicycle and cycle into London. Them’s the brakes. Sorry I have been reading Kieron Gillen’s twitter feed too much…

Top five read stories from yesterday

  1. The Least Convincing Major DC Comics Death in Justice League #11 (Spoilers)
  2. So Who Was Penny Cobblepot Then? (Batman #58 Spoilers)
  3. X-Men #10 Red Ends on an Absolute Belter (Major Spoilers)
  4. How Dead Are The Animals in Today’s Marvel Comics? (Spoilers)
  5. What’s Next For Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp’s The Green Lantern?

Happening today:

And a happy birthday to:

  • Daredevil, Captain America, Battlestar Galactica and Creepy writer Roger McKenzie.
  • Marilee Woch, editor at Majestic Comics.
  • NamelessOfficer Downe and Nixon’s Pals, co-creator and Batman artist, Chris Burnham.
  • Comic store employee at New DImension Comics, Dan Greenwald.
  • Steven Scott, writer for Vamperotica, Normandy Gold and Batman.
  • Tom Feister, artist on Ex-Machina, G.I. Joe, Iron Man, Avengers, Green Lantern and Witchblade.

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(Last Updated November 8, 2018 5:43 am )

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