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BRITISH COMICS - From 2000AD: In 2023, Rebellion will publish "A Very British Affair," which looks at the "forgotten history of British romance comics. The 224 page book will collect over 50 comics stories.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: "3W3M," the Jonathan Hickman "Substack" comic, apparently brings in almost $300,000 per year.
DC CINEMA - From Deadline: Warner Bros. executive Walter Hamada reportedly stated that Aquaman stars, Jason Momoa (Aquaman) and Amber Heard (Mera), did not have screen chemistry. Thus, her role was pared down for the sequel film. This comes out of the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard dueling lawsuits trial.
FRANK MILLER - From TheBeat: The site goes into detail on the upcoming Frank Miller-Emma Kubert comic, "Pandora."
From BleedingCool: The site has a sketch of a new Frank Miller character, "The Geek."
From BleedingCool: Master Italian comic book artist, Milo Manara, is apparently drawing something from Frank Miller's "Sin City" revival.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Writer Greg Pak and artist Khoi Pham and Scott Hanna talk about the new "Milestone" title, "Duo."
DC ANIMATION - From THR: Gina Rodriguez and Xolo Mariduena have joined the cast of the Warner Bros. Animation's "Batwheels," based on DC Comics' characters.
DC CINEMA - From THR: Amber Heard says her role in the 2023 film, "Aquaman and the Lost City," has been "very pared down" due to her ongoing legal battle with her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: Artist Joyce Chin talks about her comics project with legendary writer, Chris Claremont.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From BleedingCool: The company Stan Lee Universe, LLC, controlled by Genius Brands International with POW! Entertainment, has signed a 20-year deal to license the name and likeness of Stan Lee to Marvel Studios for future feature films and television productions, as well as use in Disney theme parks and experiences worldwide.
GRAPHIC NOVELS - From GamesRadar: Simon & Schuster's kids imprint has announced "Bunnicula: The Graphic Novel," which adapts the first book in the classic children's novel series by Deborah Howe and James Howe.
IDW - From GamesRadar: IDW Publishing announces "TRVE KVLT," a supernatural and satanic comedy from Scott Bryan Wilson and Liana Kangas.
TOY NEWS - From 2000AD: Rebellion and Hiya Toys have announced the latest in the brand new range of 1:18 PVC action figures based on the world of "Judge Dredd." The "Judge Dredd & Lawmaster MK II Set" debuts Sept. 2022 with four figures, including Dredd and Judge Death.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From Marvel: Marvel Studios has announced that its Disney+ series, "Echo," has gone into production. The character first appeared in the "Daredevil" comic book.
COMICS TO FILM - From TheWrap: 20th Century Studios is planning a reboot of the 2003 film, "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen," which is based on the Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill comic book.
COMICS - From ScreenRant: The Golden, Silver, and Bronze Ages explained.
DARK HORSE - From BleedingCool: Berger Books will publish an original graphic novel, "Salamandre," from I.N.J. Culbard.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: The license to publish new "Conan the Barbarian" comic books is moving on from Marvel Comics, although it will still publish some reprints of previous Conan material.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Writer Chip Zdarsky talks about and previews his run on "Batman," which begins with issue #125.
DC AUDIO - From DCBlog: Actor Lance Reddick ("John Wick" franchise) talks giving voice to "Thomas Wayne" in the podcast drama, "Batman Unburied."
IDW - From RueMorgue: IDW Publishing shares exclusive art from "Locke & Key: The Golden Age" hardcover.
DC TV - From Variety: The CW has cancelled its DC Comics' TV series, "Naomi," after one season.
COMICS - WWAC: "Women Writing About Comics" introduce a "standard" template for writing scripts for comic books.
AWARDS - From Pulitzer: The winners of the 2022 Pulitzer Prizes have been announced. The winners include a work of comics, "I Escaped a Chinese Internment Camp" ("Illustrated Reporting and Commentary"), which was published at Insider.com.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: More on the Pulitzer Prize-winning team of Josh Adams, Anthony Del Col, Fahmida Azim, and Walter Hickey for "I Escaped a Chinese Internment Camp."
IN MEMORIAM - From THR: Legendary comic book artist and writer, George Perez, has died at the age of 67, Friday, May 6th, 2022. Perez was known for his work on "New Teen Titans," "Crisis on Infinite Earths," and Wonder Woman, among others, for DC Comics. He also drew "Avengers" for Marvel Comics.
From GamesRadar: "Avengers #55" raises a tribute to George Perez.
DOCTOR STRANGE - From Here: My review of "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness."
From Variety: "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" wins the May 6th to May 8th, 2022 weekend box office with a take of $185 million.
From ComicBook: Actress Elizabeth Olsen says the Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch's journey is a "ride that I didn't expect."
From LATimes: Here is the backstory on the group, "The Illuminati," from the "Doctor Strange" sequel.
From Deadline: "Doctor Strange" sequel screenwriter, Michael Waldron, talks about writing the film, "Loki" Season Two, and the "Star Wars" film he is writing.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From GeekFeed: "Peter Quill/Star Lord" may be wearing his blue uniform (as he does in comic books) in "Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3."
ARCHIE - From BleedingCool: This summer Archie Comics will introduce two new bisexual characters, Eliza Han and Stacy Banks. A previously introduced character, Harper Lodge (cousin of Veronica Lodge), will also be revealed as bisexual.
DC ANIMATED - From DCBlog: HBO Max's animated series, "Harley Quinn," has spinoff. The ten-episode series, using the working title, "Noonan," will focus on "Kite Man."
DC TV - From DCBlog: Young actor, Alex Garfin ("Jordan Kent" on The CW's "Superman & Lois"), talks about balancing heroism and high school.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Joshua Williamson talks killing the Justice League in "Justice League #75."
DC CINEMA - From TMZ: Actress Amber Heard supposedly has less than 10 minutes of screen time in "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," according to film journalist, Grace Randolph. The film is due in theaters March 2022.
BOOM - From FanGirlNation: The site has a sneak peek at BOOM! Studios' supernatural queer romance and adventure comic book, "Hollow," which debuts in September.
DC TV - From Deadline: The CW has cancelled its DC Comics television series, "Batwoman," after three seasons. The network also cancelled "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" after seven seasons.
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.
From BleedingCool: One of Frank Miller Presents' first projects is "Ancient Enemies" by Dan DiDio and Danilo Beyruth.
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.
From DCBlog: Remembering Neal Adams - quotes from well-known comic book creators.
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