MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Gwen Stacey is "Spider-Gwen" no more in "Heroes Reborn."
MARVEL STUDIOS - From Variety: Anthony Mackie finally takes the lead in a Marvel Studios project and gets a cover profile from "Variety."
FOX MARVEL U - From YahooEntertainment: Once upon a time, Hugh Jackman saw director Lee Daniel's Oscar-winning film, "Precious," and wanted Daniels to direct the Wolverine sequel that would become 2013s "The Wolverine."
BOOM STUDIOS - From WashPost: International superstar actor Keanu Reeves talks about writing his own comic book, "BRZRKR."
BLACK COMICS - From News19: A profiel: "Illustrator Sanford Greene paving the way for Black heroes, and the artists behind them."
DC COMICS - From CBR: Who is Val-Zod, Earth-Two's black Man of Steel?
DC CINEMA - From AVClub: Ray Fisher shares new details of "racially discriminatory conversations" on Justice League set.
MANGA - From CBR: How to start reading the Inuyasha manga or watching the animae.
DC TV - From Deadline: The CW has renewed "Superman & Lois" for a second season after its strong debut on multiple platforms.
IMAGE COMICS - From THR: Mark Millar has announced the final entry in his "Jupiter's Legacy" comic book line. It is "Jupiter's Legacy: Requiem," which artist Tommy Lee Edwards will draw. The series arrives in June 2021.
FANTAGRAPHICS - From PW: "Publisher's Weekly" talks to Shira Spector about her debut graphic novel memoir, "Red Rock Baby Candy."
CONVENTIONS - From GamesRadar: San Diego Comic-Con International 2021 will be an online-only event.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: News of a Superman movie featuring a "Black Superman" has caused eBay sales on some DC Comics titles to explode.
COMICS TO TV - From EW: "Entertainment Weekly" has a first-look at the comics-to-screen translation of Netflix's "Jupiter's Circle." The series is based on the comic book by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: The worlds of comic books and video games collide on April 20, 2021 as DC and Epic Games announced plans to publish "Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point," a six-issue miniseries that combines the Dark Knight and other DC Super Heroes with the global gaming phenomenon, "Fortnite."