DC TV - From Deadline: There will not be an eighth season of The CW's DC Comics series, "DC's Legends of Tomorrow." This recent Season 7 was the series' finale.
From THR: Frank Miller has launched his own independent comic book publishing company, Frank Miller Presents. Miller will as President and Editor-in-Chief and former DC Comics co-publisher, Dan DiDio, will serve as publisher.
From BleedingCool: Frank Miller's company, Frank Miller Presents, is being financed by "Spice DAO," an NFT and crypto-currency investment firm.
From BleedingCool: Frank Miller Presents will publish Frank Miller's "Ronin" sequel and "Sin City" prequel.
EN MEMORIAM - From THR: Comic book writer, artist, and publisher and graphic designer, Neal Adams, has died at the age of 80, Thursday, April 28, 2022. Adams is known as the comic book artist who revitalized Batman, the character and the comic book, beginning in early 1970. With "Green Lantern/Green Arrow #76," Adams revamped two characters and introduced "relevant comics." Adams was a powerful advocate for "creator's rights" for comic book writers and artists. It was his advocacy that helped to secure recognition and a pension for Superman's creators, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: "Shazam: Fury of the Gods" was scheduled to open Dec. 16th, 2022, on the same day as "Avatar: The Way of Water." It will now open on Dec. 21st, 2022.
DC CINEMA - From IGN: At CinemaCon, Warner Bros. reveals more footage of Michael Keaton as an Batman living as a hermit in Wayne Manor, complete with long hair and a beard.
SONY SPIDER-MAN U - From Variety: Sony Pictures' "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part I" is now known as "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" and "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part II" is known as "Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse." Producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller introduced 15 minutes of raw footage from "Across the Spider-Verse" and said that the film will features 240 characters and will take place in 6 universes.
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: Warner Bros. has announced "The Batman 2." Director Matt Reeves and star Robert Pattinson will return for the sequel to the worldwide hit, "The Batman."
SONY MARVEL U - From Variety: At CinemaCon, Sony Pictures announces that it has greenlit a third film in its "Venom" series.
DC COMICS - From ComicBook: All DC Comics titles shipping June 2022 will feature a two-page tribute to legendary DC artist, George Perez.
MARVEL - From ComicBook: Charlie Cox promotes his Netflix series, "Daredevil," on Disney+ with ad.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: Ra's al Ghul's "Lazarus Pit" will play a major part of the return of the "Justice League" this fall.
VIZ MEDIA - From ANN: In Japan, the manga, "Black Clover," is going on hiatus so that its creator, Yuki Tabata, can prepare for the series final saga.
DC COMICS - From DCVideos: In a video interview, writer James Tynion IV discusses "The Sandman Universe: Nightmare Country."
SONY MARVEL U - From Deadline: Sony Animation's "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part I" has moved from an October 7th, 2022 release date to a June 2nd, 2023 release date.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From WeGotThisCovered: Actor Paul Bettany assumes that he will play "Vision" again in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
COMICS TO ANIMATION - From ComicBook: Netflix has cancelled its long-awaited animation series adaptation of Jeff Smith beloved and award-winning comic book series, "Bone."
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: The 1978 "Doctor Strange" television movie, which first aired on CBS, is coming to Blu-ray via Shout Factory.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: AWA Studios has announced "Absolution" a new comic book about a female assassin from writer Peter Milligan and artist Mike Deodato, Jr.
DARK HORSE - From BleedingCool: Dark Horse Comics imprint, Berger Books, is going to reprint the late DC Comics/Vertigo series, "Air," in four trade paperbacks. "Air," which ran for 24 issues, was written by G. Willow Wilson and dranw by M.K. Perfer.
DC TV - From Deadline: "Riverdale" star, KJ Apa, and "1883" actress, Isabel May, will play "Zan" and "Jayna" in "The Wonder Twins," a live-action DC Films comedy for HBO Max.. "The Wonder Twins" first appeared in the 1970s ABC animated series, "The All New Super Friends Hour."
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: "The Batman" has crossed the $750 million mark in global box office.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: The current ongoing "Eternals" comic book series will come to an end with issue #12.
BOOKS - From BleedingCool: Legendary comic book writer, Grant Morrison, has written his first novel, "Luda," which Del Rey will publish in September.
IMAGE - From BleedingCool: Mike Del Mundo is painting a Spawn miniseries that creator Todd McFarlane is writing.
DARK HORSE - From BleedingCool: In June, Dark Horse Comics plans to publish a 650+ book, "Halo: Initiation and Escalation." It will collect the entirety of two Halo comic books series, "Halo: Initiation" and "Halo: Escalation."
IDW - From GamesRadar: IDW Publishing announces nine new titles in as part of an "expansive new comic book initiative."
DC COMICS - From Variety: The new company, Warner Bros. Discovery, is exploring some kind of overhaul of DC Entertainment (DC Comics).
COMICS - From BleedingCool: Former DC boss, Dan DiDio, will reportedly run Frank Miller's new publishing business.
COMICS - From ICv2: Independent comics publisher, Mad Cave Studios, says it is now open to publishing creator-owned projects.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Soon to be TV star, Ms. Marvel, will team-up with some of Marvel Comics' edgiest anti-heroes in a series of one-shots, beginning with "Ms. Marvel & Wolverine #1" in July.
DARK HORSE - From BleedingCool: Matt Kindt is getting his own imprint at Dark Horse Comics, called "Flux House." He will launch it with a new "Mind MGMT" miniseries.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Beloved voice actor, Kevin Conroy (Batman in "Batman: The Animated Series"), is writing a story for DC Pride 2022. It is about his life as a gay man and will be drawn by J. Bone and Aditya Bidikar.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From ComicBook: Anthony Mackie is about to start film the video game adaptation, "Twisted Metal," not "Captain America 4" ... apparently.
SONY MARVEL U - From WeGotThisCovered: There is some video supposedly from the London set of "Kraven the Hunter," which emphasizes practical effects.
DYNAMITE - From TheBeat: Cassandra Peterson (Elvira) and writer David Avallone talk about the upcoming crowdfunded Elvira biocomic, "The Death of Elvira."
COMICS - From TheBeat: "Of Bitter Souls," the indy comic book by the late artist, Norm Breyfogle, and writer, Chuck Satterlee, is being published in an omnibus edition. There is a Kickstarter to fun it.
BOOKS - From BleedingCool: Movie storyboard artist, Richard Bennett, has begun a Kickstarter campaign for his book, "Godzilla & Kong: The Cinematic Storyboard Art of Richard Bennett." The book will focus on his storyboard work for the "MonsterVerse" films, "Kong: Skull Island," "Godzilla: King of Monsters," and "Godzilla vs. Kong."
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: The X-Men will be the focus on Marvel Comics' summer event, "AXE" (Avengers x Eternals), in which the Eternals come to view mutants as "Deviants." The Eternals exist to protect the Earth from Deviants.
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: "The Batman" will debut on the streaming service, HBO Max, on Monday, April 18th and on the premium cable network, HBO, on Saturday, April 23rd.
From Here: This is "I Reads You's" review of "The Batman."
DC/WEBTOON - From BleedingCool: DC Comics and Webtoon are launching a new slate of DC IP digital vertical strips: VIXEN: NYC (May 26), written by Jasmine Walls with lead artist Manou Azumi; RED HOOD: OUTLAWS (Summer 2022), written by Patrick R. Young with art by Nico Bascuñán; ZATANNA & THE RIPPER (Summer 2022), written by Sarah Dealy and lead artist Syro
MARVEL - From THR: Writer Joe Casey says that he has never been paid for the use of "America Chavez," a character he created with artist Nick Dragotta, neither for her upcoming appearance in "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" nor any of her other appearances in film and TV. He also has never received payment for America Chavez action figures.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Marvel has announced a new "Avengers" ongoing series - its fourth - and it is entitled "All-Out Avengers."
DYNAMITE - From YouTube: In this video interview, writer David Avallone talks to Adam Philips about the new Indiegogo campaign to fun the one-shot comic book, "The Death of Elvira."
COMICS TO FILM - From Deadline: The reboot of "The Crow" film franchise seems to be really happening. Bill Skarsgard (Pennywise in the "IT" films) will play the lead character Eric Draven/The Crow. The film is based on James O'Barr's cult comic book character.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: A copy of "Captain America Comics #1," featuring the first appearance of "Captain America" has sold for $3,120,000 at auction."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: DC Comics' big event series for 2023 is rumored to focus on "magic and the supernatural."
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: Today's "X-Men Red #1" finds Storm sporting a new look that is based on a classic look.
DC CINEMA - From RollingStone: Warner Bros. executives reportedly had a meeting about the future of actor Ezra Miller, "The Flash," in the wake of his arrest in Hawaii for an incident that occurred Sun., March 27th. He has since been charged with "disorderly conduct."
MARVEL - From HollywoodFuns: Writer Kelly Thompson says that the current "Black Widow" comic book, which she is writing, will end with issue #15.
ALAN MOORE - From BleedingCool: Alan Moore and Steve Moore's long awaited book of magic, "The Moon and Serpent Bumper Book of Magic" will finally be published in 2023, according to Knockabout Comix.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: Actor Wesley Snipes is co-writing a new graphic novel, "The Exiled," which will be crowdfunded.
MORBIUS - From Variety: "Morbius" won the 4/1 to 4/3/2022 weekend box office with an estimated take of $39.1 million.
From Here: Here is "I Reads You's" review of "Morbius."
From Variety: "Morbius" director Daniel Espinosa explains the films two mid-credits scenes and talks about future team-ups between characters.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: The Amazing Pander Brothers (Arnold and Jacob) are releasing a sequel to their 2015 graphic novel, "GirlFIEND." "GirlFIEND in Paris: A Bloodthirty Bedtime Story" is due in October 2022.
CONVENTIONS - From BleedingCool: San Diego Comic-Con International has hired an "exclusive licensing representative." Are they considering becomeing a franchise?
GARRY LEACH - From BritainisNoCountry: John "JohnBoy" Cooper offers a loving tribute to the master comic book illustrator, Garry Leach, who died last week. Many will know Leach as the British artist who revived Marvelman (Miracleman) with writer Alan Moore and publisher Dez Skinn in the early 1980s.
DC TV - From Deadline: Actor Rahart Adams has been added to the cast of The CW's "Gotham Knights" pilot.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Josh Williamson talks about his DC Comics' projects, including "Rogues."
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: "Bloodline: Daughter of Blade" makes her debut in "Free Comic Book Day: Avengers/X-Men #1" on May 7th.
DC ANIMATION - From DCBlog: Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti, the showrunners of HBO Max's "Young Justice," answer fans questions.
MARVEL - From PittPostGazette: The newspaper interview local artist, Jim Rugg, about his new Marvel Comics project, "Hulk: Grand Design."
LIGHT NOVELS - From ANN: In Japan, the light novel series, "That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime," has a spinoff, "That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime: Clayman Revenge."
VIZ MEDIA - From ComicBook: The big change to lead character, "Luffy," in the legendary manga, "One Piece," has shocked the manga world.
DC CINEMA - From THR: In preparation to play "Carmine Falcone" in "The Batman," actor John Turturro talked to his eldest child, Amedeo Turturro, who is an editor at DC Comics.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: In "The Amazing Spider-Man #93," Spider-Man gets a mysterious new enemy, "Chasm."
EN MEMORIAM - From BleedingCool: The British comic book artist, Garry Leach, has died at the age of 67, Saturday, March 26, 2022. He is best known for reviving "Marvelman" with Alan Moore for "Warrior," the magazine published by Dez Skinn's Quality Communications. With Dave Elliot, Leach started Atomeka Press, best known for the comic book anthology, "A1."