IMAGE COMICS - From FirstComicsNews: The Eisner Award nominated comic book series, "Killadelphia," from writer Rodney Barnes and artist Jason Shawn Alexander, hits a major milestone and series turning point today with the release of the series’ 25th issue and the beginning of a new storyline, its fifth.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From TheWrap: There won't be a "Namor" solo movie ... yet. Universal Studios owns certain rights to the character.
From CBR: James Gunn explains his casting of Kevin Bacon as "Kevin Bacon" in "Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special."
DC CINEMA - From DCBlog: Lorne Balfe talks about composing the score for the recent DC film, "Black Adam."
DC COMICS - From CBR: DC Comics has unveiled its next line-wide sham ... err ... event, "Dawn of DC." It will begin in January 2023 in Action Comics #1051 and will see the launch of 20 new titles over the next year.
MILLARWORLD - From CBR: Writer and Netflix executive Mark Millar talks about his new comic book, Night Club, and also Netflix, manga, and comic book prices.
NEWSPAPER COMICS - From Cleveland: Tom Batiuk is retiring his newspaper comic strip, "Funky Winkerbean," from syndication after more than 50 years of producing it. The last syndicated strip is scheduled to appear December 1, 2022. However, Batiuk also announced that he will occasionally produce new Funky stories that will appear on his website.
SONY SPIDER-MAN U - From Variety: Amazon is officially moving forward with multiple live-action shows based on the Marvel characters controlled by Sony. The first is entitled "Silk: Spider Society."
IMAGE COMICS - From BleedingCool: Writer Rodney Barnes ("Killadelphia," "Nita Hawes' Nightmare Blog") and artist Alex Lins are launching "Monarch" at Image Comics in February 2023. The comic book features a cast of young characters caught up in an alien invastion of Compton, CA.
MILLARWORLD - From ComicCon: A five-page preview of Mark Millar and Juanan Ramirez's "Night Club #1 (Image Comics), which is due December 14th.
BLACK PANTHER - From THR: The site looks at the numbers behind "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.".
From Here: Leroy Douresseaux's review of "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever."
EN MEMORIAM - From ComicBook: The voice actor Kevin Conroy has died at the age of 66, Thursday, November 10th, 2022. He is best known for his voiceover work as "Batman/Bruce Wayne" in the beloved animated television series, "Batman" also known as "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992-95). He would reprise the role numerous animated series and films, including in "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" (1993), "Batman Beyond" (1999-2001), and "Justice League" (2001-04) and most recently in a 2009 episode of "Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?"
From DCBlog: DC Comics mourns the passing of noted Batman voice actor, Kevin Conroy, who died at the age of 66, Wed., Nov. 10th.
BOOK NEWS - From Truthout: At HarperCollins, workers have gone on strike and are demanding a living wage from Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
DC STUDIOS - From Deadline: Warner Bros Discovery CEO David Zaslav introduced new DC Studios co-chairmen and CEOs, James Gunn and Peter Safran, via a global Zoom meeting.
DARK HORSE - From ICv2: Dark Horse Comics CEO, Mike Richardson, in an interview says that periodical comics may have outlived their usefulness.
EN MEMORIAM - From BleedingCool: Spanish comic book artist, Carlos Pacheco, has died at the age of 60, Wednesday, November 9, 2022. Pacheco was best known for his work on such Marvel Comics titles as "Age of Ultron," "Avengers Forever," 'Fantastic Four," and "Uncanny X-Men," to name a few.
DC TV - From DCBlog: The cast of HBO Max's "Titans" talks about the upcoming Season 4.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Todd McFarlane and Greg Capullo talk about their new "Batman/Spawn" crossover comic book for DC Comics.
EN MEMORIAM - From BleedingCool: English comic book artist, Kevin O'Neill, had died. He was best known for co-creating "Nemesis the Warlock" and "Marshal Law" with writer Pat Mills and "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" with writer Alan Moore.
From 2000AD: The site offers a heavily illustrated obituary for the recently deceased Kevin O'Neill.
MILLARWORLD - From CBR: Sleepwalker Studios has released a trailer for its film, "Kick-Ass: The Reboot," it fan film based on Mark Millar and John Romita's comic book franchise, "Kick-Ass."
COMICS - From Journal: Neil Gaiman announces that he and his wife, Amanda Palmer, are getting a divorce.
DC TV - From Deadline: Netflix has apparently greenlit a second season of "The Sandman," its hit adaptation of Neil Gaiman and company's beloved comic book, "The Sandman."
EN MEMORIAM - From TCJ: Writer Andrew Farago offers a memorial to Vincent Makoto Palani Kukua or Vincent Kukua, for short, the cartoonist and comic book production artist, who died at the age of 45, Friday, October 4, 2022. He was known for his behind-the-scenes work at Image Comics, Black Mask Studios, and Oni Press.
DC TV - From Variety: Antonio Campos will be the showrunner of HBO Max's "Arkham Asylum" TV series, based on the DC Comics property.