ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #5, BLOODSHOT REBORN #14, and X-O MANOWAR #47 from Valiant To Receive Second Printings

ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #5, BLOODSHOT REBORN #14, and X-O MANOWAR #47 from Valiant To Receive Second Printings

Announced today, three titles from NYC-based independent publisher Valiant Comics will be receiving second printings after successful first runs: A&A: The Adventures of Archer & Armstrong #5; writer Rafer Roberts and artist Mike Norton. Bloodshot Reborn #14; writer Jeff Lemire and artist Mico Suayan. X-O Manowar #47; writer Robert Venditti and artists Joe Bennett and Roberto de la Torre. The June 2016 sales figures for these issues are 8,324, 8,016, 7,903,respectively (figures from chomichron.com). These…

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NANJING: THE BURNING CITY wins Silver Reuben in Dark Horse dominated category

NANJING: THE BURNING CITY wins Silver Reuben in Dark Horse dominated category

Over the weekend, the National Cartoonist Society had their annual awards ceremony, and amongst the winners was the celebrated Nanjing: The Burning City, which won the Silver Reuben for best graphic novel. The book’s creator Ethan Young commented that “To receive the Silver Reuben has been such a proud moment for me.” Young’s win came in a category publisher Dark Horse was set to win from the start, as all three nominees were for their publications. This fact was…

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Outcast Premiere Released Online Friday

Outcast Premiere Released Online Friday

  In preparation for the much anticipated small screen adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s newest IP Outcast, the series host network Cinemax released the entirety of the Outcast premiere episode into the wild for everyone to see this last Friday. Starring Patrick Fugit (Almost Famous; Cique du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant; Gone Girl) as protagonist Kyle Barnes and Philip Glenister (Life on Mars; Ashes to Ashes) as Reverend Anderson and directed by Adam Wingard, Outcast is the story of Kyle trying to exercise the literal demons…

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Disney Casts Alden Ehrenreich as Young Han Solo For Standalone Film

Disney Casts Alden Ehrenreich as Young Han Solo For Standalone Film

After months of speculations and casting auditions we now know who will play a younger version of Harrison Ford’s iconic character, Han Solo Deadline has confirmed that Alden Ehrenreich (Hail Caesar!, Blue Jasmine) will star as the title character in the Star Wars Anthology: Han Solo movie. Not much is currently known about the Han Solo standalone film aside that it will take place, like Rogue One, during the time between Episodes 3 and 4, and will deal with…

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Irredeemable Movie In Development

Irredeemable Movie In Development

Twentieth Century Fox has acquired the film rights to BOOM! Studios 37-issue series Irredeemable, by writer Mark Waid and artist Peter Krause. Irredeemable centered on Plutonian who was once the world’s greatest superhero. He eventually snapped, took control of the Earth, and ruled it with an iron and bloody fist. Plutonian’s former super team, the Paradigm, is the only force remaining willing to put a stop to his madness. In their desperation, the Paradigm turns to one of the…

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Marvel’s Inhumans Pulled From Release Schedule

Marvel’s Inhumans Pulled From Release Schedule

Last year, Marvel unveiled their film lineup for Phase 3.0. One of the films in that lineup was for an Inhumans movie which was orginially slated for 2018. It was later pushed back to 2019 and now it appears to have no set release date whatsoever. Marvel’s Inhumans has been pulled from Disney’s release schedule indefinitely. Since the original announcement for the Inhumans movie in 2014, the Phase 3.0 release schedule has been filled in with Spider-Man: Homecoming (July,…

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Marvel’s Iron Fist Has Started Filming

Marvel’s Iron Fist Has Started Filming

Production has begun on Iron Fist, the latest collaboration between Netflix and Marvel. The first images from the New York set have been released, which reveal a shoeless Finn Jones skipping through the streets. Check them out below, via Tumblr user Delevingned: Judging by the pictures, it appears that this takes place when Danny Rand/Iron Fist returns home to New York City for the first time in years after living in the mystical city of K’un-L’un…

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New Adventure Time Series Announced By Kaboom!

New Adventure Time Series Announced By Kaboom!

Kaboom!, an imprint of BOOM! Studios has announced a new ongoing Adventure Time comic series, continuing one of the most popular franchises that the publisher has had in recent years. Adventure Time Comics will be an anthology book featuring multiple short stories in each issue made by a rotating creative team which so far includes Katie Cook, Tony Millionaire, Art Baltazar, Jeffrey Brown, Terry Moore, Kelly Thompson, and Box Brown. Adventure Time Comics #1 Publisher: KaBOOM!, an imprint…

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Batman: The Killing Joke Will be Rated R

Batman: The Killing Joke Will be Rated R

The upcoming animated film Batman: The Killing Joke has officially received an R-rating, making it the first DC Universe Original Movie to receive a mature rating. It is also the second DC film to receive this rating overall since Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be getting an R-rated version on home video release. “From the start of production, we encouraged producer Bruce Timm and our team at Warner Bros. Animation to remain faithful to the original…

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The Dark Tower Has Started Filming

The Dark Tower Has Started Filming

The long in-development feature film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower has begun principal photography. “The thing is, it’s been a long trip from the books to the film,” King said about The Dark Tower when it entered production. “I’m delighted, and I’m a little bit surprised.” King has described The Dark Tower as his magnum opus, wherein he created a world that ties together many of his novels. The Dark Tower is said…

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