DC STUDIOS - From CBR: Barbara Muschietti, producer of "The Flash," promises lots of surprises in the film's post-credit scenes (plural).
CHARITY - From BleedingCool: Writer Len Kaminski, who co-creator of Marvel Comics' "War Machine" armor, needs financial help for a number of reasons. One of them is to get him legal help so he can escape from some kind of evil nursing home.
From GoFundMe: This is the link to the "Go Fund Me" page for Len Kaminski.
EISNER AWARDS - From Gizmodo: The nominations for the 2023 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards - or simply, the Eisner Awards - have been announced. The winners will be announced on the evening of July 5th at San Diego Comic-Con 2023. Image Comics leads the nominations with 20. The nominations were chose by an all-white jury.
From ICv2: After charges of racism, comics creator Thomas Woodruff removes is Eisner Awards 2023-nominated original graphic novel, "Francis Rothbart! The Tale of a Fastidious Feral" (Fantagraphics Books), from consideration for the awards.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Writer Greg Pak talks about the character "Cameron Kim" and his new miniseries, "City Boy."
DC TV - From DCBlog: Actor Tom Cavanagh talks about reprising his role as "Reverse Flash" in the finale of The CW's long-running TV series, "The Flash."
IMAGE - From ImageComics: Image Comics is pleased to announce a worldwide exclusive distribution deal with Lunar Distribution, effective with September on-sale titles (which will open for order on the Lunar site for retailers on Wednesday, June 14), for Direct Market/comic shop distribution.
DC COMICS - From BleedingCool: Longtime editorial figure, Mike Carlin, has retired from DC Comics after 37 years. He arrived at DC in 1986 after several years at Marvel Comics.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Writer Ram V talks about his new "Dawn of DC" series, "The Vigil," star four new South Asian characters.
DC TV - From CBR: The CW's TV series, "Gotham Knights," which is in its first season, is apparently the cheapest DC Comics-inspired series the network has ever produced.
DARK HORSE - From GamesRadar: Dark Horse Comics will re-release the "Trigun" manga and its sequel, "Trigun Maximum," in new deluxe hardcover volumes .
SONY MARVEL U - From Deadline: Oscar-nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor will reportedly star opposite Tom Hardy in Sony Pictures' "Venom 3."
MARVEL - From CBR: Marvel is killing Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan in the upcoming "The Amazing Spider-Man #26."
MILLARWORLD - From CBR: Netflix executive and comic book writer, Mark Millar's upcoming crossover event series, "Big Game," is actually a secret sequel to his first Millarworld series, "Wanted" (2003-04, Top Cow/Image).
HELLBOY - From ComicBook: "Hellboy" comic book creator, Mike Mignola, says that principal photography on the film, "Hellboy: The Crooked Man," has finished.
DC TV - From DCBlog: Actor Tyler DiChiara talks about his journey on the The CW series, "Gotham Knights," as the character, "Cullen Row."
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Writer Alyssa Wong talks about "Spirit World #1."
DC STUDIOS - From THR: The site looks into the "quest" to cast the biggest roles in DC Studios' headline film project, "Superman: Legacy."
From CBR: A hot rumor suggests that actor Nicholas Hoult, who played Beast in Fox's "X-Men" films, beginning with 2011's "X-Men: First Class," is being eyes to play either Clark Kent or Lex Luthor in "Superman Legacy."
COMICS - From BleedingCool: Writer-artist Mike Mignola is working on a new comic book project that is outside his "Hellboy" universe.
EN MEMORIAM - From TheDailyCartoonist: Canadian author, illustrator, and humorist, Bruce McCall, has died at the age of 87, Friday, May 5, 2023. He was best known for his contributions to "The New Yorker," especially his cover paintings, including the most recent issue.
From TheNewYorker: The venerable magazine remembers cover artist Bruce McCall, along with those who knew him.
DC ANIMATION - From DCBlog: The team behind the new animated superhero film, "Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes & Huntsmen, Part One," take readers behind the scenes.
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: Writer Sarah Kuhn talks about her Lois Lane YA graphic novel, "Girl Taking Over's," which is drawn by Arielle Jovellanos.
DC COMICS - From Deadline: Publisher and Chief Creative Officer (CCO) of DC Comics, Jim Lee, has been promoted to President of DC Comics.
MARVEL STUDIOS - From CBR: Writer Brian Michael Bendis talks about his involvement in Marvel Studios' first film, "Iron Man" (2008), which was writing material for Samuel L. Jackson's cameo as "Nick Fury."
DC COMICS - From DCBlog: "DC Pride 2023" is an all-new 104-page anthology starring DC's fan-favorite stable of LGBTQIA+ characters—this time, with a focus on never-before-seen team-ups. DC’s 2023 Pride collection of books and comics will be available at local comic book shops, bookstores, and libraries. "DC Pride 2023" will publish on May 30th.