IMAGE/DARK HORSE - From ICv2: In September, Eisner Award-winning writer Jeff Lemire will launch two new miniseries, "Mazebook" from Dark Horse and "Primordial: from Image.
BOOM STUDIOS - TheBeat: The site has a five-page story preview and some cover art from BOOM! Studios' "Dark Blood #1." Written by televisions writer and showrunner, Latoya Morgan and drawn by newcomer Walt Barna, the comic book is due July 21st.
DC TV - From DCBlog: In honor of "DC Pride Month," actor Anissa Pierce talks about playing "Thunder" on The CW's "Black Lightning."
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: August 3rd, 2021 will mark the 10th anniversary of the first appearance of the Spider-Man character, Miles Morales (Marvel's 21st century Spider-Man). The comic book, "Miles Morales: Spider-Man #30," will feature Miles in a new Spider-Man costume.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Marvel Comics will celebrate that it has published 300 issues of "Conan the Barbarian" over two eras. The 300th issue will be "Conan the Barbarian #25," it will feature several creative teams and sport several variant covers, including covers by Peach Momoko and Alex Toth.
DC CINEMA - From GeekFeed: The site has the first official look at the costumes for the "Shazam! Family" in DC Films' "Shazam!: Fury of the Gods."
DC CINEMA - From HypeBeast: "Batman" actor Michael Keaton seen on the set of DC Film's "The Flash."
DC CINEMA - From TheDrive: In "The Flash" movie, Michael Keaton's Batman will drive a "Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6," an EV car.
DC CINEMA - From Collider: Footage from the set of director Andy Muschietti's DC Film's production, "The Flash," reveals the costume that actress Sasha Calle will wear as Supergirl.
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Artist Ben Templesmith has announced that he and writer Warren Ellis will finish their comic book, "Fell," of which nine issues were published by Image Comics from 2005 to 2008. There was to be a further 7 issues, but Templesmith says the conclusion may be published as a single-volume work.
DIAMOND - From BleedingCool: Diamond Comic Distributors has announced the return of the "Retailer Summit" as an online event for 2021 on the 26th and 27th of September 2021.
DC CINEMA - From THR: Warner Bros. has released an "Early Access" trailer for writer-director James Gunn's "The Suicide Squad," which is due Aug. 6th.
DC COMICS/MANGA - From JapanToday: Superman will start in a gourmet manga, "Superman vs Food: Superman’s Meals of Solitude" (Superman vs Meshi: Superman No Hitori Meshi), written by Satoshi Miyakawa with art by Kai Kitago.
MANGA - From TheOuterHaven: Ablaze Publishing reveals to new manga titles it will publish, "Versus Fight Story" and "Crueler Than Dead."
MANGA/EISNERS - From CBR: The site tells readers how to read the manga nominated for the 2021 Eisner Awards.
BLACK COMICS - From THR: Nigeria’s Comic Republic, Africa’s largest publisher of independent comic books, has signed a production deal with Emagine Content and JackieBoy Entertainment to adapt its catalog of African superheroes for film and TV.
IMAGE COMICS - From THR: How Emilia Clarke paid homage to "Game of Thrones" with her new comic book, "M.O.M.: Mother of Madness."
MCU RUMORS - From WeGotThisCovered: Marvel wants to kill of Iron Fist in the MCU.
MILESTONE - From BleedingCool: "Milestone Compendium One" is a softcover collection from DC Comics with more than 1,300 pages of classic Milestone Comics stories, collecting the debut story arcs of Blood Syndicate, Hardware, Static, Icon, Xombi, and Shadow Cabinet from the original Milestone creative teams. It will be published September 2021.
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: There will be at least nine variant covers for the first issue of "M.O.M.: Mother of Madness," which is co-written by Emmy nominated actress, Emilia Clarke.
DC TV - From DCBlog: In honor of Pride Month, "DC Blog" interviews and profiles "Batwoman" actress, Javicia Leslie.
FANTAGRAPHICS - From Newsarama: The site presents a preview of the upcoming "Red Room #2" from Ed Piskor.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: Aquaman villain, Black Manta, will star in a six-issue miniseries from writer Chuck Brown and artist Valentine De Landro.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: The current Batman/Superman comic book series will come to an end with #22 in September 2021.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: A look at Jackson Hyde/Aqualad ahead of his miniseries, "Aquaman: The Becoming."
COMICS - From BleedingCool: The great comic book creator, Ty Templeton, has stage 3 colorectal cancer, and he is talking about via his online comic, "Bun Toons."
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Artist Stuart Immonen joins Mark Millar for the second volume of Millar's fantastic fantasy comic book, "The Magic Order."
MANGA - From ANN: In May, the 1st volume of the English version of Reibun Ike's "Dick Fight Island" was ranked as the #1 Romance manga and #1 Yaoi & LGBTQ+ Manga according to Amazon's Best Sellers Rank.
MANGA - From BoundingInto: Comic book writer, Gerry Conway, who has created hundreds of comic book characters, The Punisher and Power Girl, wants manga creators “taken to task” for their “rampant sexism and misogyny.”
COMICS - From YahooInsider: This article offers an overview of a recent controversy involving comic book cover artist J. Scott Campbell and the online movement of "art fixing."
BRITISH COMICS - From 2000AD: Veteran "Judge Dredd" and "Strontium Dogs" artist Trevor Hairsine talks to "2000 AD Thrill-Cast" podcast.
MANGA TO ANIME - From YouTube: Hiroshi Nagahama is the director of Cartoon Network/Adult Swim's anime adaptation of Junji Ito's seminal manga, "Uzumaki." Now, Nagahama is sharing a brief preview of the miniseries.
MILLARWORLD - From FlickeringMyth: The site has an eight-page preview of Mark Millar and Tommy Lee Edward's "Jupiter's Legacy: Requiem #1," which is due tomorrow.
MILESTONE - From TheBeat: In a web chat, writer Vita Ayala and layout artist ChrisCross talk about "Static Season One," the first comic book series that will mark the return of Milestone. "Static Shock Season #1" is on sale as early as today.
DC ANIMATION - From Variety: In an article about a particular group of TV series (including Disney's "WandaVision") that "subvert the superhero" genre, the writer details how DC Comics objected to Batman performing oral sex on Catwoman in the hit animated series, "Harley Quinn." If this act does happen, it will be seen in the upcoming third season of the HBO Max series.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: "Harley Quinn: The Animated Series" is getting a comic book sequel to the show's second season finale meant to fill in the time before the upcoming third season. "Bingo Love" writer Tee Franklin, artist Max Sarin, and letterer Taylor Esposito are working on the six-issue "Harley Quinn: The Animated Series - The Eat, Bang, Kill Tour."
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: Jackson Hyde/Aqualad is getting his own comic book this fall, "Aquaman: The Becoming."
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: The classic DC Comics/Vertigo series, "Fables," which ended in 2015, is returning as an ongoing series in 2022. In meantime, September will see the debut of the six-issue miniseries, "Batman vs. Bigby!: A Wolf in Gotham."
COMICS - From BI: Substack, the newsletter platform, is getting into the digital comic publishing business.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Lunar Distribution, LLC plans to join Diamond Comic Distributors and distribute Marvel Comics titles via Penguin Random House, Marvel's new distributor.
DC ANIMATION - From DCBlog: Dwayne Johnson introduces "DC League of Super-Pets."
BOOK NEWS - From AP: One of the country’s most esteemed novelists, Louise Erdrich, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for “The Night Watchman.” Other winners for books include the late Les Payne and daughter Tamara Payne for their Malcolm X biography “The Dead Are Arising.”
MARVEL - From Nerdist: Marvel has released a trailer for "X-Men #1" which debuts July 7th.
EISNER AWARDS - From BleedingCool: The nominees for the 2021 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards have been announced. This is for works published between Jan. 1st and Dec. 31st, 2020. The deadline for voting is June 30th, and the winners will be announced sometime in July via a virtual ceremony.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: The trade paperback collection of the 2003 miniseries, "Truth: Red, White & Black," has been out of print for over a decade. The miniseries focuses on Isaiah Bradley, one of 300 African American soldiers experimented on by the US Army in an attempt to create super soldiers via the serum that would eventually turn Steve Rogers into Captain America. Marvel will return the collection to print under the new title, "Captain America: Truth," in February 2022.
DC CINEMA - From TheWrap: Director James Wan has revealed that the title for the "Aquaman" sequel is "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," which will be released December 16, 2022.
NEIL GAIMAN - From CBR: Netflix has release a first-look video featurette at "The Sandman," its live-action adaptation of the classic DC Comics/Vertigo comic book written by Neil Gaiman.
DC ANIMATION - From Deadline: Dwayne Johnson has just unveiled the voice-over cast for the upcoming animated DC movie "DC League of Super-Pets." The list includes Kevin Hart, Keanu Reeves, Kate McKinnon, Vanessa Bayer, John Krasinski, Diego Luna and Natasha Lyonne. None of their roles were disclosed, except that Hart will be the voice of "Ace" (the Bat-Hound). Johnson will voice "Krypto" (the Super-Dog).
DC TV - From Variety: The CW and Warner Bros. TV dropped first-look photos of “Batwoman” star Camrus Johnson, who plays "Luke Fox," suited as the character, "Batwing."
MANGA - From BleedingCool: Yen Press is producing a graphic novel adaptation of Disney's Oscar-winning animated feature film, "Big Hero 6," which was based on a Marvel Comics title.
DC CINEMA - From LATimes: DC Film's "Blue Beetle" movie, based on the comic book, will be an HBO Max exclusive.
DC CINEMA - From MurphysMultiverse: Directing duo Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, who recently wrapped on the upcoming Disney+ series "Mrs.Marvel," will direct the "Batgirl" movie for DC Films and HBO Max.
DC TV - From THR: Anna Diop, the Senegal-born actress who plays "Starfire" on HBO Max's "Titans," has signed on to M88 for career management.
IDW - From THR: Beloved "G.I. Joe" comic book writer, Larry Hama, is joining writer-artist Rob Liefeld on the fifth and final issue of Liefeld's G.I. Joe spinoff comic book, "Snake Eyes: Deadgame. That issue will feature Hama's pencil art on the cover.
COMICS - From ToyNews: The children’s book publisher AMEET has detailed a new partnership with the multi-platform content company, Skybound Entertainment to launch a new series of LEGO comic books. The first in the series is slated to debut in 2022 and will be published by Image Comics and Skybound.
COMICS TO TV - From BloodyDisgusting: "Y: The Last Man," based on the DC Comics/Vertigo series from Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra, will reportedly debut on "FX on Hulu" in September.
COMICS TO TV - From EW: Here is a first look at actor Jensen Ackles ("Supernatural") as "Soldier Boy" from Amazon's "The Boys" Season 3.
MILLARWORLD - From GhettoManga: Back in the day (May 2012), Mark Millar provided a preview of "Supercrooks #1."
DC CINEMA - From WeGotThisCovered: Director Matt Reeves' "The Batman" supposedly has a dark tone - darker than "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" - and may be the grimmest Batman film yet.
DC CINEMA - From THR: Danny Elfman is a four-time Oscar nominee and a Grammy Award winner for his film music. But Elfman has a wild tale about how he composed his iconic score to director Tim Burton's "Batman" (1989), which he says involved freaking out several flight attendants.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Marvel's newest Captain America will be debut September 2021 in "United States of Captain America #4." She is Ari Agbayani, a Filipino-American college student.
ARCHIE - From BleedingCool: The site has a preview of Rob Liefeld's "The Mighty Crusaders: The Shield #1 one shot.
MILLARWORLD - From Deadline: Actor Josh Duhamel reacts to the premature cancellation of his hit Netflix TV series, "Jupiter's Legacy," based on the Mark Millar comic book.
SONY MARVEL U - From Variety: Actress Issa Rae will provide the voice of Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman in the sequel to Oscar-winning animated film, "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse."
MARVEL -From BleedingCool: Will Marvel Comics really kill of Doctor Strange this September?
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: James Tynion talks to "DC Nation" about his new horror series, "Nice House on the Lake"
DC Comics - From DCBlog: Mariko Tamaki talks about her new DC Comics series, "Crush & Lobo."
DC TV - From DCBlog: Go behind the scenes of "Sweet Tooth," the new Netflix series based on the DC Comics/Vertigo series.
DC TV - From BleedingCool: Word has come down that the DC Comics/Vertigo title, "Red Thorn," is being adapted for television.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Here is a first look at the Wolverine vs. Deathlok battle in the Free Comic Book Day 2021 title, "FCBD 2021 Marvel Gold Avengers Hulk #1"
COMICS - From BleedingCool: Lunar Distribution, the DC Comics direct market exclusive distributor created by their biggest customer, DCBS, is moving (along with DCBS) from Fort Wayne, Indiana, to New Haven, Indiana. They will receive up to a million dollars in tax credits for the move.
DYNAMITE - From SyFy: The site has a preview of Dynamite Entertainment's upcoming "Elvira meets Vincent Price #1." The miniseries is written by David Avallone and drawn by Juan Samu.
NEIL GAIMAN - From IndieWire: Neil Gaiman says he gives "all the fucks" about "The Sandman." But he gives "zero fucks about people who don’t understand/haven’t read ‘Sandman’ whining about a nonbinary Desire or that Death isn’t white enough." Re - Netflix's "The Sandman" TV series.
DC COMICS - From Polygon: Writer James Tynion IV talks about his new horror comic book series, "The Nice House on the Lake," from DC Comics' new horror imprint, "DC Horror."
MILLARWORLD - From THR: Netflix has cancelled its TV adaptation of Mark Millar's comic book, "Jupiter's Legacy, after one season. However, it has ordered a live-action and anime adaptation of "Supercrooks," which is set in the same universe as "Jupiter's Legacy."
DIAMOND - From BleedingCool: Comic book retailers are learning what their new Marvel order discount will be if they stick with Diamond Comic Distributors rather than go with Marvel's new distributor, Penguin Random House.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Artist Bryan Hitch will join writers Ram V and Al Ewing on a new ongoing "Venom" comic book that begins in November.
DC TV - From YahooEntertainment: The Tulsa Race Massacre turns 100: How HBO's "Watchmen" helped teach America a crucial history lesson.
BLACK PANTHER - From YahooWashPost: Ta-Nehisi Coates took the Black Panther comic book to dark places - and it paid off.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: "Mister Miracle: The Great Escape" is a new young adult graphic novel from DC Comics out in January, 2022. Created by Varian Johnson and Daniel Isles, it re-imagines Scott Free as a young Black student attending school on the planet of Apokalips.
NEWSPAPER COMICS - From BleedingCool: ABLAZE announced today a deal with Tribune Content Agency to publish a collection of the groundbreaking comic strip "Friday Foster." The series was the first US newspaper comics strip to feature an African-American woman as its main character.
ARCHIE - From BleedingCool: David Gallaher is now writing Archie Comics "The Shield," that Rob Liefeld has previously worked on.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: DC Comics will publish four titles for Free Comic Book Day 2021 (August 14th): "Batman FCBD Special Edition," "Suicide Squad FCBD Special Edition," "Teen Titans: Beast Boy Loves Raven Special Edition," and "Batman And Robin And Howard and Amethyst: Princess Of Gemworld Special Edition Flipbook."
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