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"Tolarian Community College"'s 2019, Ranked - "Magic: The Gathering"

“Tolarian Community College”‘s 2019, Ranked – “Magic: The Gathering”

Today, the YouTube page for Tolarian Community College‘s Brian Lewis (or, as he is better known, The Professor) shared The Professor’s top five worst points for Magic: The Gathering in the past year of 2019. This comes after Saturday’s video by The Professor detailing his picks for the top five best things to happen to Magic this […]

"Pramikon, Sky Rampart" Deck Tech - "Magic: The Gathering"

Wizards Issues “Apology” Re: Forsaken Novel – “Magic: The Gathering”

After one heck of a long week since the novel’s release, Wizards of the Coast has finally issued a statement apologizing for the seeming erasure of character Chandra Nalaar’s bisexuality in Greg Weisman‘s book “War of the Spark: Forsaken”. This apology arises amid a plethora of tweets and complaints by the LGBTQ+ players of Magic: […]

Wizards of the Coast Retracts Censorship Decision - "Magic: The Gathering"

Aftermath of the Autumn Burchett Fiasco – “Magic: The Gathering”

Well, this is one Magic: The Gathering article I didn’t want to write, but I totally expected it would come up. It was an inevitability as early as this past Friday evening (November 8th), and now we at Bleeding Cool are here to make sense of the wreckage. Here we go. After nonbinary Magic professional player Autumn Burchett‘s cards […]

The Daily LITG - 28th September 2019, Happy Birthday

The Daily LITG – 28th September 2019, Happy Birthday Greg Weisman

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 20 most-read stories yesterday Joker: Killer Smile and Death Of Superman to be Made Returnable by DC Comics Marvel Stopped the Presses to Remove Mark […]

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DC Drops Details on Streaming Service Plans at NYCC Panel

Written By Rich Epstein It’s New York Comic Con, so what better place for DC to update everyone on their plans for the recently launched streaming service, DC Universe? First the big news…everyone at the panel got a free year of DC Unlimited! Ok, maybe not the biggest news for you, but I am pretty […]

Young Justice: Outsiders

Young Justice: Outsiders Gets Official Synopsis and New Art

While four of the original series slated for the DC Universe streaming service are brand new, the fifth is the highly anticipated return of a fan-favorite animated series, Young Justice. The original series ran from November 2010 to March of 2013 and was originally developed by Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman for Cartoon Network. The […]

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Greg Weisman Says Young Justice: Outsiders Will Premiere in Fourth Quarter of 2018

Young Justice co-showrunner Greg Weisman has given fans a release window for the upcoming third season of the returning show, Young Justice: Outsiders. Asked on Twitter when the long-awaited return would happen, Weisman said, “All I know for sure is fourth quarter 2018.” Too precise. All I know for sure is fourth quarter 2018. — […]

Could Young Justice LGBTQ Character Finally Be Coming Out?

Way back in 2012, Greg Weisman, co-creator of cult favourite DC Animated series Young Justice, had this to say on the incorporation of LGBTQ characters in the show, “I also believe we have differently oriented characters in the series, even though we’re not allowed to mention it out loud. (And just to be sure, I […]

Greg Weisman Wants You… To Petition DC For a Young Justice Comic

Fans of the animated series Young Justice achieved a rare victory this year that Firefly fans (known as Browncoats, or Firebronies) can only dream of: they actually got their canceled show brought back for another season. Prematurely ended after two seasons in 2013, the show’s return was finally announced on November 7 after years of […]

What Might Have Been… The Cat And The Canary

Paul Kupperberg posted four pages from a never published Black Canary miniseries from writer Greg Weisman and artist Mike Sekowsky. It was entitled The Cat and the Canary and planned for 1984. The first issue was penciled but the series was put aside because of Mike Grell’s Green Arrow: Long Bow Hunter series using the […]

Bringing Back Young Justice On Netflix?

Peter S. Svensson writes for Bleeding Cool Young Justice. Fantastic animated series that ran on Cartoon Network from 2010 to 2013. Two seasons of well-written, if occasionally far too complicated for the ostensibly young audience it was aimed at, which ended with hopes for another season which never came to fruition. After a very, very […]


What Else Is Greg Weisman Up To?

Todd Allen writes, You’re probably a lot more familiar with Greg Weisman’s work than you realize. While he’s currently writing Star Wars: Kanan – The Last Padwan for Marvel, Weisman’s been a writer and/or producer on a lot of popular cartoons over the years. Star Wars Rebels, Young Justice, The Spectacular Spider-Man, W.I.T.C.H. and Gargoyles are […]

A Comic Show – April Of Ultron, Convergence, & Rick And Morty

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom, I’m back with a stack of New Comics Now for April Fool’s Day! First up is Convergence #0, it’s all New 52 Superman vs Brainiacs. Van Sciver’s art really carried me through all the different versions of Metropolis and Brainy, but I am […]





Could We Have Had A Gay Aqualad?

So Aquaman isn’t in Justice League War. But Aquaman is getting his own movie. And Aquaman was in the Flashpoint Paradox movie, as was a certain sidekick, as tweeted by one keen Young Justice fan; Look who has a non-speaking cameo in #JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox! @Greg_Weisman @BrandonVietti @kharypayton pic.twitter.com/TDiMBxJKTX — Young Justice Wiki (@YJWiki) July 22, 2013 […]