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DC TV - From THR: Actor Barry Watson, who starred in such TheWB/TheCW series as "7th Heaven" and "Hart of Dixie," will return to The CW as a cast member of the pilot for "Naomi," based on the DC Comics titles.
DC TV - From GamesRadar: Patrick Schumaker, the showrunner for the hit animated series, "Harley Quinn," teases the voice-acting appearance of an actor from the upcoming film, "The Suicide Squad," appearing in season three of Harley Quinn.
DC CINEMA - From WeGotThisCovered: Rumor - Warner Bros. did not want Ryan Reynolds to reprise his role as Green Lanter. Reynolds played the character in the box office and critical disappointment, "Green Lantern."
VIZ MEDIA - From AWN: Showrunner Steven Maeda wants to assure fans that despite a COVID-19 hiatus his team hasn't stopped working on Netflix's "One Piece" live-action TV series.
DC TV - From Deadline: Actor Jordan Fisher will portray "Bart Allen," the superhero "Impusle" in The CW's "The Flash."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: DC Comics will collect all three "Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" miniseries and spinoffs in an omnibus edition that is due to ship the last week of December 2021.
MARVEL COMICS - From BleedingCool: Novelist Victor LaValle is joining Marvel as a writer on the "X-Men" line of comic books.
DC CINEMA - From BleedingCool: Actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson announces that his DC Films' movie, "Black Adam," will open in theaters July 29th, 2022. This article includes the announcement video clip that ties into the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
CONVENTIONS - From Deadline: San Diego Comic-Con announces a three-day "special edition" for Thanksgiving weekend. Kicking off November 26th, it will be the SDCC's first in-person convention since 2019.
IMAGE COMICS - From GamesRadar: Artist Gary Frank talks to "Newsarama" about his new creator-owned comic, "Geiger," with writer Geoff Johns and their plans for a larger creator-owned universe.
DC CINEMA - From YouTube: Here is the first trailer (Fri., March 26th, 2021) for James Gunn's "The Suicide Squad."
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Marvel Comics has found a new distributor to get its comics into comic shops. Marvel has entered into an exclusive multi-year deal with Penguin Random House's distribution arm to deliver its comic books, trade collections, and graphic novels to the comic shop market (the Direct Market) beginning on October 1, 2021. Retails can still order Marvel titles from Diamond Comic Distributors, which will actually be getting them from Penguin Random House Publisher Services (PRHPS).
From BleedingCool: Penguin Random House answers 52 questions about its Marvel Comics distribution deal.
From BleedingCool: Dan Buckley, President of Marvel Entertainment, has issued a public statement about Marvel's distribution deal with Penguin Random House Publisher Services.
MILESTONE - From BleedingCool: DC Comics was going to release its new Milestone titles as digital-first titles. Now, DC will release them print and digitally simultaneously.
DC CINEMA - From DCBlog: Former James Bond star, Pierce Brosnan will play the character, "Doctor Fate," in DC Film's "Black Adam" movie. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will play the lead.
COMICS TO FILM - From THR: We're eagerly awaiting director Cary Fukunaga's James Bond film, "No Time to Die." He has a new project, directing a film version of Image Comics' cyberpunk series, "Tokyo Ghost."
COMICS - From THR: Like Keanu Reeves, actor Thomas Jane ("The Punisher"), is getting into the comic book publishing business. His series, "Lycan." Mike Carey and David James Kelly will write the series, and AfterShock Comics will publish.
DC CINEMA - From THR: Oscar-winning actress Helen Mirren will play the villain "Hespera" in "Shazam! Fury of the Gods," the sequel to 2019's "Shazam!"
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: "Superman and the Authority" by Grant Morrison and Mikel Janin.
DC CINEMA - From Variety: WarnerMedia CEO Ann Sarnoff speaks on "Zack Snyder's Justice League" and the future of DC Films.
COMICS TO FILM - From WeGotThisCovered: Keanu Reeves will reportedly star in a Netflix adaptation of his recently released comic book, BRZRKR.
DC TV - From Deadline: Actress Wallis Day has replaced actress Ruby Rose as "Kate Kane" in The CW's "Batwoman." The character, "Ryan Wilder" (Javicia Leslie) will continue to be Batwoman. Rose's Kate Kate had been Batwoman in the series' first season.
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: Hot off her film, "Promising Young Woman," Emerald Fennell is set to write the script for Warner Bros. and Bad Robot's "Zatanna," a DC Films movie.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: DC Comics is raising the cover price on some "Batman" titles to $5.99 U.S.
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: Zack Snyder has a Q&A with "Deadline" and speaks on his “Cathartic Journey” with his 4-hour-plus "Justice League" cut, his future with DC & original intentions for Ray Fisher "Cyborg" Movie.
MARVEL COMICS - From BleedingCool: The final issue of writer Ta-Nehisi Coates' run on "Captain America" will be issue #30.
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Writer-artist Joe Benitez is moving his self-published comic book, "Lady Mechanika," to Image Comics, where he once worked via Top Cow Productions. The first issue of the new series begins in September.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Marvel Comics now has the license to produce comics based on the "Predator" film franchise. They start in June with "Predator #1" from writer Ed Brisson and artist Kev Walker.
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: DC Films, Warner Bros. and Chernin Entertainment are united to produce a film based on the comic book character "Hourman."
MARVEL - From EW: Artist Russell Dauterman has designed some high fashion costumes for the X-Men that will appear in this summer's "Hellfire Gala" event.
FREE COMIC BOOK DAY - From BleedingCool: In a scoop, the site has a list of all 50 "Free Comic Book Day 2021" titles.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: It appears that DC Comics will finish publish Jeff Lemire and Keith Giffen's "Inferior Five" six-issue comic book miniseries, which it cancelled after issue four. Issue 5 has been published on comiXology.
MANGA - From BleedingCool: Yen Press announces six manga titles for release in April and May, including "I'm the Catlords' Manservant, Vol. 1"
HEAVY METAL - From BleedingCool: Rich Johnston updates the legal issues between Diane O'Bannon, widow of screenwriter Dan O'Bannon, and Heavy Metal publications over the use of the "B-17" concept that Dan created for the 1981 "Heavy Metal" film.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: In the miniseries, "The United States of Captain America," Marvel will introduce a gay Captain America. The series starts June 2021.
MANGA TO FILM - From Looper: The site recommends the manga, "Gunnm," if you loved the movie, "Alita: Battle Angel."
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: June is "Pride Month." Marvel Comics" has announced a one-shot anthology, "Marvel Voices: Pride #1."
CARTOONS - From CNN: The cover of the recent issue of "Charlie Hebdo," the French satirical magazine, has drawn ire. The cartoon depicts Queen Elizabeth II kneeling on the neck of Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex.
DARWYN COOKE - From GamesRadar: Marsha Cooke, widow of the late, great artist, Darwyn Cooke, has asked DC Comics not to use images from her late husband's art as the basis for NFT crypt art.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: DC Comics has plans for Green Arrow's 80th anniversary, including a 100-page special.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Garth Ennis and Liam Sharp's first project together will be a Batman and Killer Croc comic book entitled, "Batman: Reptilian," for the "Black Label" imprint.
FASHION - From ElevenbyVenus: Browse the selection of "Wonder Woman"-inspired fashion by tennis champion and designer Venus Williams.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: The "Believe in Wonder" campaign to celebrate 80 years of Wonder Woman has kicked off.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: There will be a "Batman: The Adventure Continues Season II" and it will feature "the Court of Owls."
IMAGE - From SmashPages: The maxi-series, "Jupiter's Legacy: Requiem," will expand on Netflix's "Jupiter's Legacy" television series.
IDW - From TheBeat: It turns out that Mark Doyle was only one of three editorial hires that IDW Publishing made.
ALAN MOORE - From BleedingCool: There will be an auction for the publishing rights to legendary comic book writer, Alan Moore's "Long London" series of novels.
VIZ MEDIA - From Nintendojo: VIZ Media will publish "Kirby Manga Mania Vol. 1" June 8th.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Here is a list of Spider-Man comics and books for the rest of 2021 and into the next year.
IDW - From BleedingCool; Mark Doyle, the founder of DC Comics' "Black Label" imprint, is now "Editorial Director" at IDW Publishing. Doyle was one of the DC staff let go ("fired") in 2020.
EN MEMORIAM - From APNews: Norton Juster, the architect who became a children's book author, has died at the age of 91, Monday, March 8, 2021. He is best known for the 1961 children's fantasy adventure novel, "The Phantom Tollbooth" and "The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics" (1963), which was adapted into an Academy Award winning animated short film.
VIZ Media - From ComicBook: VIZ Media reports that 2020 was a major growth year for them.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: "The Amazing Spider-Man #67-69" will be published weekly as part "Chameleon Conspiracy" story line.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Because of the success of Disney+'s "WandaVision," the following trade paperback collections: "The Vision Complete Collection," "Vision & Scarlet Witch: The Saga of Wanda and Vision," "House of M," and "Scarlet Witch by James Robinson: The Complete Collection" are all on back-order, with whatever copies comic shops and bookstores have now to be it until April 21, 2021 at the earliest.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: Wonder Woman 80th anniversary celebration plans announced, including 100-page comic book special.
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Erik Larsen is finally publishing the 12th issue of Ant, a comic book series he bought from artit OMB (formerly known as Mario Gully), in June 2021.
COMICS - From SmashPages: Writer-artist Colleen Doran is going to adapt author Neil Gaiman's short story, "Chivalry," as a graphic novel, as she did with Gaiman's "Troll Bridge" and "Snow, Glass, Apples."
MANGA-ANIME - From CBR: How to start reading the "Fruits Basket" manga and how to start watching the "Fruits Basket" anime.
MARVEL-MANGA - From BleedingCool: The "Deadpool: Samurai" manga may be the most read Marvel comic in the world.
MANGA - From HypeBeast: U.S. manga sales saw a 44% increase in sales in 2020.
MANGA - From ComicBook: Kodansha Comics is going to release a limited edition, titan-sized volume of "Attack on Titan."
MANGA TO FILM - From Deadline: "John Wick" scribe Derek Kolstad and Amazon Studios teaming up on adaptation Of Japanese manga "Hellsing."
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."