MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Marvel Comics may be announcing some big news on Tues., Aug. 31st.
DC CINEMA - From ComicBook: Henry Braham, the cinematographer for DC Films' "The Flash," says the movie is "complex" and is "not really a comic book movie."
DC TV - From Deadline: Actors Neil Hopkins, who plays the villain "Sportsmaster," and Joy Osmanski, who plays "Tigress," will become series regulars on Season 3 of The CW's "DC's Stargirl."
DC TV - From DCBlog: The CW announced it will kick off Season 8 of "The Flash" with a five-part epic event that will bring more than a half-dozen heroes and villains from throughout the Arrowverse to Central City for a massive story line called “Armageddon.”
SONY MARVEL U - From WeGotThisCovered: Sony Pictures may movie its sequel, "Venom: Let There Be Carnage," again, this time to 2022.
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Actor John Leguizamo has his own comic book coming out from Image Comics. Entitled "PhenomX," it features a Latinx superhero.
COMICS TO FILM - From Variety: Actor Jake Gyllenhaal is set to star in a feature film adaptation of "Oblivion Song," the comic book by writer Robert Kirkman (the writer of "The Walking Dead" comic book) and artist Lorenzo De Felici.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Barry Windsor-Smith's classic Wolverine saga, "Weapon X," gets the "gallery edition" treatment.
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Skottie Young has announced an ongoing "I Hate Fairyland" comic book series, but while he will write it, Brett Parson will draw it.
MANGA - From BleedingCool: Yen Press announces 13 manga and light novel titles for February 2022.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From WeGotThisCovered: Barry Keoghan, who plays the villainous Druig in Marvel Studios' upcoming "Eternals," has suffered serious injuries to his face which led him to be hospitalized for a short time.
MARVEL - From Nerdist: Released 30 years ago this past week: How 1991's "X-Men #1" changed Marvel Comics' mutants forever.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Marvel Comics is giving "The Thing" of the Fantastic Four his own comic book series, which will be written by novelist Walter Mosley ("Devil in a Blue Dress").
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: The site has a first look at "Superman vs. Lobo #1," the "DC Black Label" comic book that ships next week.
DC CINEMA - From THR: Jurnee Smollett will reprise her role as "Black Canary" from the 2020 film, "Birds of Prey." Misha Green, creator of "Underground," will write the Black Canary film which is slated for HBO Max.
INTERVIEW - From GQ: In a "GQ" interview, horror master mangaka, Junji Ito, talks about his new book, "Sensor," and other subjects.
VIZ MEDIA - From ScreenRant: New "Jojo's Bizarre Adventures" may be coming, as well as a spinoff manga.
VIZ MEDIA - From CBR: VIZ Media is currently offering the first chapter of its recent release, "Star Wars: Guardians of the Whills," for free on its website.
DC COMICS - From Variety: DC Comics characters are going to the digital comics platform, Webtoons, via deal between DC Entertainment and Webtoon.
From BleedingCool: The Korean boy band, BTS, may be part of the DC/Webtoon deal.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From BleedingCool: Marvel just dropped the final trailer for its upcoming film, "Eternals."
DYNAMITE - From BleedingCool: Dynamite Entertainment is launching a comic book starring "Vampirella" character, "Nyx."
MANGA TO ANIME - From ANN: Takehiko Inoue is writing and directing a new anime film based on his classic basketball manga, "Slam Dunk." The film be released Fall 2022.
MANGA - BookRiot: The site offers a look at the manga market in North America.
MANGA - From CBR: Grammy-winning recording artist Ed Sheeran recently teamed up with Japanese illustrator and manga artist Rui Ikeda to release an anime adaptation of the music video for his latest single, "Bad Habits."
DARK HORSE - From BleedingCool: Brian Michael Bendis is moving his creator-owned titles under the "Jinxworld" banner to Dark Horse Comics. His new miniseries, with artist Stephen Byrne, "Joy Operations," starts in November.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Novelist Christopher Ruocchio will write a Thor story for "Avengers #50" that Steve McNiven will draw.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Joe Quesada, John Romita, Jr., and Scott Hanna are producing a new 9/11 memorial comic that will appear in select Marvel Comics titles published on Sept. 8th, 2021.
DC TV - From DCBlog: In an interview, "Stargirl" actress, Brec Bassinger, talks about Season Two and about the evil of "Eclipso."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Dick Grayson is finally on top in the three-issue miniseries, "Robin & Batman" by Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Bryan Hitch is working on a "Superman" project for 2022.
DC CINEMA - From GiantFreakingRobot: Warner Bros. may be looking to drop actress Margot Kidder as "Harley Quinn."
MANGA TO FILM - From THR: Shinsuke Sato will direct Legendary Entertainment's live-action version of the smash hit manga, "My Hero Academia." The English-language project currently does not have a writer attached to it.
IMAGE COMICS TO FILM - From THR: Brian Tucker, who penned the 2013 Russell Crowe and Mark Wahlberg crime thriller, "Broken City," has been hired to write the script for Todd McFarlane and Jason Blum's long-developing "Spawn" reboot film.
DC TV - From Deadline: Vincent Kartheiser, who plays the villain Scarecrow on Season 3 of HBO Max's "Titans, has triggered at least two complaints and two internal investigations by Warner Bros Television. The allegations, which are believed to have included disruptive, juvenile behavior and inappropriate comments, were investigated by WBTV’s Labor Relations department.
DC COMICS - From EW: "Dark Knights of Steel" is set in a new DC Comics medieval fantasy world. The 12-issue miniseries will debut soon.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Actor Danny DeVito has written a "Penguin" story that will appear in the comic book, "Gotham City Villains Anniversary #1." DeVito played the Penguin in director Tim Burton's 1992 film, "Batman Returns."
SONY MARVEL U - From Variety: Sony has changed the release date for "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" again. Sony has moved the film's release date from Sept. 24th to October 15th.
From Esquire: In an interview with "Esquire," "Venom" star Tom Hardy says that Sony is very happy with "Venom: Let There Be Carnage.'
IMAGE COMICS - From THR: Todd McFarlane's "King Spawn" has sold 497,000 copies, which is Image's biggest monthly title release in 25 years. "King Spawn #1" actually goes on sale August 25, 2021.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Apparently, WalMart has obtained and is selling Marvel retailer variant covers in its three-pack offerings. This includes variants that are exclusive to particular retailers.
SUBSTACK - From BleedingCool: Skottie Young is moving his comic book, "I Hate Fairyland," from Image Comics to whatever Substack Comics is.
CONVENTIONS - From BleedingCool: In 2022, six of Wizard World's top conventions will be rebranded as "Fan Expo" events. Is this a prelude to Fan Expo taking over Wizard World.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Captain America and Iron Man have been teaming up forever. But they will team-up in a miniseries for the first time in November with "Captain America/Iron Man," from the creative team of Derek Landy and Angel Unzueta.
DC/LGBTQ - From YahooEntertainment: So Tim Drake, the third character to carry the mantle of Batman's sidekick, Robin, is officially bisexual.
DC COMICS - From CBR: James Tynion IV announced on his Substack newsletter that he is both starting a new creator-owned series on Substack and that he will be leaving DC to focus on his creator-owned work.
MARVEL/DC COMICS - From TheGuardian: Marvel and DC Comics faces backlash over the paltry royalty payments issued to comic book creators for the use of characters and story lines they created in films and television series.
COMIXOLOGY - From BleedingCool: Scott Snyder explains why he has eight comic books coming from comiXology.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: Vault Comics announces the rapid expansion of its "Barbaric" franchise.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Marvel Comics admits that Jack Kirby co-wrote "The Fantastic Four #1" with Stan Lee."
DC CINEMA - From IReadsYou: Here is my review of "The Suicide Squad."
THE SUICIDE SQUAD - From Deadline: "The Suicide Squad" has an opening day box office of 12.1 million dollars.
From CBR: "The Suicide Squad" director James Gunn explains why "The Peacemaker" is the character getting his own series.
From DCBlog: In an interview, writer-director James Gunn talks about "The Suicide Squad's" colorful lineup of characters.
From YahooEntertainment: Margot Robbie, DC Films' Harley Quinn, had a profane warning for writer-director James Gunn concerning Harley's fate in the new film, "The Suicide Squad."
From DCBlog: Who the f*** is the Peacemaker - all about the character.
From Insider: 8 of the wackiest DC characters James Gunn considered for "The Suicide Squad."
INTERVIEW - From GamesRadar: In an interview, "Daredevil" artist Mike Hawthorne talks about his decision to leave Marvel Comics.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Marvel's current "Runaways" comic book series comes to an end with issue #38.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: Behemoth Comics is starting a record label and music publishing company, Behemoth Records.
DC CINEMA - From Time: Here is a list of DC Comics-based films and TV shows coming after "The Suicide Squad."
BLACK COMICS - From Nerdist: Rodney Barnes and his Zombie Love Studios have landed the rights to produce a graphic novel based on the seminal African-American and American horror film, "Blacula" (1972).
MANGA - From Siliconera: Udon Entertainment is now the publisher of the manga, "Persona 5: Mementos Mission," with the first volume due December 7, 2021.
MANGA - From TheMainichi: The legendary Japanese manga, "Goldgo 13" now has the largest numbers of volumes for a manga ever wit the release of its 201st volume.
MARVEL/VIZ - From ScreenRant: The tentative release date for the English-language release of the "Deadpool: Samurai" manga is February 2022.
MANGA - From CBR: Paru Itagaki, the creator of "Beastars" and "Bota Bota," announces the upcoming release of her new manga "Sanda" in Weekly Shonen Champion.
FANTAGRAPHICS - From ScreenRant: There is a video trailer for the hardcover graphic novel release of Simon Hanselmann's "Crisis Zone."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Hellblazer Vols. 25 and 26 will collect the final issues of the original 300-issue run of "Hellblazer."
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta may be the art team of Jason Aaron's "Punisher No More."
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Celebrated alt-comics creator, Ho Che Anderson ("King: A Comics Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr."), is writing his first Marvel Comics title, "Luke Cage: City of Fire." The three-issue miniseries will be drawn by Taurin Clarke and is due in October.
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Take a look at three interior pages from the upcoming "King Spawn #1."
FANTAGRAPHICS BOOKS - From SlashFilm: Fantagraphics Books will collect all of Underground Cartoonist Gilbert Shelton's "The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers" comics in a four-volume set. The first volume arrives January 2022. There is also an eight-episode animated series based on the brothers from Lionsgate TV that is due to arrive by the end of 2021.
FANTAGRAPHICS BOOKS - From TheBeat: There is a trailer for Fantagraphics new, hardcover edition of R. Kikuo Johnson's 2006 original graphic novel, "Night Fisher."
COMICS TO FILM - From Deadline: Paramount Pictures have chosen brothers Colin and Casey Jost had write a new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" movies.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: "Marvel Legends" is a new line of comic book miniseries from Marvel Comics, intended to be collected in paperback. The target audience is middle-grade graphic novel readers in bookstores, book fairs, and libraries. Each miniseries will retell or reboot the origin of a well known Marvel character. And it will begin in October with "Black Panther Legends," a four-issue series by novelist Tochi Onyebuchi and artist Setor Fiadzigbey that will retell the origin of the Black Panther.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: DC Comics and Walmart unite for the "My First Comic" program. Each comic book is a 48-page two-in-one flipbook featuring comics stories and activity pages. They arrive at participating Walmart stores and Walmart.com the week of August 3rd, 2021.
COMICS TO FILM - From YahooEntertainment: "Cowboys & Aliens" creator, Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, explains why director Jon Favreau's expensive 2011 film adaptation of the comic book never got a sequel.
EISNER AWARDS - From BleedingCool: If you care, here is a list of winners at last night's 2021 / 33rd annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: The site has made a list of agents who sell graphic novels to the book publishers.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From IReadsYou: My review of the new "Black Widow" film.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: The new "DC Universe" explained ... and it's a doozy.
comiXology - From THR: Scott Snyder and his Best Jackett Press have signed a deal to co-create eight titles for ComiXology Originals. The titles will first debut via the Amazon-owned digital comics service and Kindle, and then appear in print via Dark Horse Books.
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