BLACK COMICS - From TheCharlottePost: Black creative talent is carving a place for itself in the American comic book industry.
DYNAMITE - From BleedingCool: Dynamite Entertainment is fast selling out of its trade and hardcover collections of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's "The Boys." The comic book series is currently a popular Amazon streaming television series.
SONY MARVEL U - From Deadline: Emma Roberts is joining Sony's Marvel Comics film, "Madame Web," which stars Dakota Johnson in the lead role.
DC/MILESTONE - From DCBlog: Milestone Media's Reginald Hudlin describes the making of "Milestones in History", a giant-sized new comic book featuring the heroes of Milestone narrating the real-life stories of historical Black trailblazers.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Marvel Comics will republish and finish Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham's "Miracleman: The Silver Age," beginning Oct. 2022, with new material debuting Dec. 2022.
COMICS - From BleedingCool: Comic book writer, Warren Ellis, sidelined for two years by accusations of inappropirate behavior, will apparently return to comic books in 2023.
COMICS TO TV - From EW: Hulu has cancelled the Lamorne Morris' comedy, "Woke." It is based on the life and work of cartoonist Keith Knight, who co-created the TV series.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From Variety: Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has said that the studio is returning to San Diego Comic-Con, although neither he not Disney clarified plans for the show.
ARCHIE COMICS TO TV - From Deadline: In the wake of the 2023 end of The CW's "Riverdale" series, the network is looking at another Archie Comics series. Actor Daniel Dae Kim's 3AD banner, Archie Studios, and Warner Bros. Television is developing "Jake Chang" based on a new Archie Comics character that will make his comic book debut in July.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: This October (2022), Marvel Comics will begin celebrating the 40th anniversary of Miracleman, the 1982 post-modern reboot of the British superhero, Marvelman, by Alan Moore and the late artist, Garry Leach. This will launch "Miracleman #0," a giant-sized one-shot anthology that will include new work by the Miracleman team of Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham.
SONY MARVEL U - From Variety: While promoting "Bullet Train," actor-producer, Aaron Taylor-Johnson talked about the experience of shooting Sony Picture's upcoming Marvel Comics film, "Kraven the Hunter." Taylor-Johnson describes the character as an "anti-hero."
MARVEL STUDIOS - From WeGotThisCovered: Fans muse about the success that Marvel Studios has had that other shared universes cannot match.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige will write the forward to "Avengers Assemble XXL," which collects the first twenty issues of Avengers in a high-falutin' edition. It is the latest in Taschen's "Marvel Comics Library,"and is due in August 2022 in two editions.
BREAKING NEWS - From Deadline: Two actors have died in an automobile accident involving the cast and crew of Netflix's "The Chosen One," which is based on the comic book by Mark Millar.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: This cover of DC Comics" "The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive #1" (of 3) is disappearing because it features a likeness of controversial actor, Ezra Miller, from "The Flash." It also has a look at Ben Affleck's Batman.
IMAGE - From BaltimoreTimes: Acclaimed television writer-producer and comic book writer, Rodney Barnes ("Killadelphia," "Nita Hawes' Nightmare Blog," "Star Wars: Lando"), is to receive the key to the City of Annapolis, Friday, June 24th.
MARVEL - From Marvel: Marvel Comics is bringing back "Midnight Suns." A new "Midnight Suns #1" arrives Sept. 9th from writer Ethan Sacks and artist Luigi Zagaria. Blade and Wolverine are among the members.
EN MEMORIAM - From BleedingCool: Comic book artist, Tim Sale, has died at the age of 66, Wednesday, June 15, 2022. Sale was best known for his collaborations with writer, Jeph Loeb, especially the beloved 13-issue miniseries, "Batman: The Long Halloween" (1996-97).
SONY SPIDER-MAN U - From IGN: Via a social media post, actor Tom Hardy seems to confirm that the script for "Venom 3" is completed. The writer is Kelly Marcel, who wrote "Venom: Let There Be Carnage," from a story by Hardy and Marcel.
IDW - From GamesRadar: The latest title in IDW's original content initiative is "Crashed," a five-issue miniseries about a doctor who treats superheroes. It is written by Matthew Klein and drawn by Morgan Beem, and the first issue arrives in September.
DC COMICS - From GamesRadar: Arriving Sept. 13th, "Harley Quinn 30th Anniversary Special," a 96-page one-shot anthology will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the debut of the TV character turned comic book and pop culture icon, "Harley Quinn." Harley debuted in 1992 the "Fox Kids" animated series, "Batman: The Animated Series."
DC CINEMA - From THR: Actress-singer Lady Gaga is in early negotiations to star in the sequel to "Joker," which reportedly may be a musical.
BOOK NEWS - From BleedingCool: Starting on the April 1, 2023, Penguin Random House Publisher Services will take over the sales and distribution of all of Disney Publishing Worldwide books to bookstores, libraries, book clubs and online stores such as Amazon. PRHPS will handle also distribution to all mass, trade and independent bookselling channels. This covers titles from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, ESPN, Fox, 20th Century Studios, National Geographic, and more
DC CINEMA - From DCComics: Here is the first trailer for DC Film's "Black Adam" movie, which is due Oct. 31, 2022.
RUMOR/MARVEL STUDIOS - From VICE: Mexican actor Tenoch Huerta, who is rumored to be playing "Namor" in Marvel's upcoming, "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," is interviewed by "Vice." Huerta supposedly learned a Mayan language for the role.
THE SANDMAN - From DCComics: Here is the first teaser trailer for Netflix's "The Sandman," based on the Neil Gaiman/DC Comics title. It is due Aug. 5th, 2022.
From DCBlog: "DC Blog" breaks down Netflix's "The Sandman" teaser trailer.
From BleedingCool: Neil Gaiman answers questions of the Netflix series, "The Sandman."
comiXology - From TheBeat: comiXology's original series, "The Black Ghost," from writers Alex Segura and Monica Gallagher and artist George Kambadais, returns this summer with a new five-issue miniseries.
DC CINEMA - From TMZ: Ezra Miller, star of Warner/DC Film's upcoming, "The Flash," is in trouble again. This time he is accused of controlling and grooming a minor female and providing her with drugs and alcohol.
IDW - From GamesRadar: The site looks at IDW's new "Dungeons & Dragons" comic book, "Dungeons & Dragons: Ravenloft - Orphan of Agony Isle," which begins this month.
DC CINEMA - From Variety: Director Todd Phillips has announced a sequel to his Oscar-winning film, "Joker."
From Variety: Despite changes in leadership at Warner Bros., there are still questions about DC Films.
RUMOR - From TheDirect: Marvel Studios' reboot of the "Blade" film franchise may begin filming sometime in early July 2022.
THE SANDMAN - From WeGotThisCovered: Actress Jenna Coleman will play a brand new version of John Constantine in Netflix's "The Sandman." "She's a bit posh" says showrunner Alan Heinberg.
EN MEMORIAM - From Blabbermouth: American fantasy artist, Ken Kelly, has died at the age of 76, Friday, June 3, 2022. His paintings focused on sword and sorcery and other heroic fantasy subgenres. His early work included producing painted covers for comic book magazines from Warren Publishing and Skywalk Publications. He also painted book covers, but Kelly may be best known for producing album cover art for a number or recording artists, most notably "Kiss" and "Manowar."
MARVEL STUDIOS - From YahooEntertainment: Lady Gaga. Tom Cruise. Behind the scenes of "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" with writer Michael Waldron.
MARVEL - From GamesRadar: A brief history of Marvel Comics' editors-in-chief.
IMAGE - From BleedingCool: Image Comics' imprint, Skybound will produce a five-issue comic book series based on the Shudder TV series, "Creepshow."
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Who is in the new Justice League?... Mary Marvel? Supergirl?
MANGA - From BleedingCool: Manga publisher, Seven Seas Entertainment, has hired lawyers in order to deal with the recent union of its employees.
MARVEL - From BleedingCool: Former Marvel Comics editor-in-chief and current Marvel executive vice-president and creative director, Joe Quesada, is leaving Marvel.
DC/MILESTONE - From BleedingCool: DC Comics has announced a YA "Static" graphic novel, "Static Up All Night" by Lamar Giles and Paris Alleyne with N. Steven Harris.