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The Week in Spandex – Warner Bros. shuffling DC slate, Dceu director rumours, Guardians of the Galaxy updates, Chris Hemsworth thought he was fired from Marvel

In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at The Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern Corps, Gotham City Sirens, Suicide Squad 2, Justice League Dark, Man of Steel 2, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, Black Lightning, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, Logan, X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool 2, X-Men: Supernova, Legion, Fantastic Four, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Thor: Ragnarok, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, Iron Fist, The Defenders, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Inhumans, Venom, Quantum and Woody and more…

If you thought all the of the drama surrounding The Batman was over once Warner Bros. enlisted Matt Reeves to take over directing duties from Ben Affleck, then think again. This week has brought news that the studio is looking to push back production on the Dark Knight solo movie to 2018 due to Reeves’ commitments to War for the Planet of the Apes,
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Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round Up Week 09-21-2016

Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round Up Week 09-21-2016

DC Comics brings us a rebirthed Trinity story line starring the big three of the DC Universe-Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman! Although this will be unlike any other “meeting” story between these icons that we’ve seen before. This week also brings us a few stellar books in the Rebirth line up along with solo Raven series (for all you Teen Titans fans).

Aquaman #7

Story: Dan Abnett Art: Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher

Review: Arthur is still an outlaw according to the Us, he has to contend with all the problems Atlantis is currently facing while trying to discover who is framing his nation for the attacks on the surface world (Hint hint, it’s Nemo now run by Black Manta). All in all it’s safe to say it isn’t easy being King. I think that’s the
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Michael Davis From The Edge: All You Need Is Love

My mom died thinking she threw away a copy of Superman number one from 1938.

Yes, I do indeed realize just how lame that must sound, and it would be if I gave a flying fish about that book with regards to my mother. I don’t but it’s important to the story I’m trying to write and just so I’m crystal clear, I’d happily burn the last copy left on Earth to spend just a minute more with my mother.

It was Superman number two she tossed out, and you can read the whole story entitled A Comic Book Tale on ComicMix.

I told her it was number one while trying to make the point that she should never throw out another comic book of mine, ever, and she never did. I have been keeping that my secret weapon for when I needed a real ‘gotcha’ to use on my mom.
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Comic-Con 2015: Full Movies and TV schedule for Saturday, July 11, from Batman v Superman to Hannibal

Comic-Con 2015: Full Movies and TV schedule for Saturday, July 11, from Batman v Superman to Hannibal
Below is Digital Spy's daily guide to the major movies and TV panels happening in San Diego this Saturday, July 11.

Once Upon a Time (10am local time, 6pm UK time, Ballroom 20)

Cast members Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Robert Carlyle, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Emilie de Ravin, Colin O'Donoghue, Sean Maguire and Rebecca Mader appear for a Q&A alongside co-creators and executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. The session will be moderated by Community's Yvette Nicole Brown, and also features a sneak peak at season five.

Warner Bros: Man from Uncle, Pan, Batman vs Superman (10.30am local time, 6.30pm UK time, Hall H)

Footage presentations and Q&As.

Man from Uncle: Cast members Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, Alicia Vikander and Elizabeth Debicki.

Pan: Cast members Hugh Jackman, Levi Miller and Garrett Hedlund, director Joe Wright

Batman vs Superman: Cast members Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot,
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13 things we're most excited about at Comic-Con 2015, from Game of Thrones to Batman vs Superman

13 things we're most excited about at Comic-Con 2015, from Game of Thrones to Batman vs Superman
Thousands of colourful fans are descending upon San Diego this week for the biggest date in the geek calendar, as Comic-Con 2015 will begin tomorrow (July 9).

As with every year, there are plenty of things happening to get ridiculously excited about, whether you're actually there dressed up as Wonder Woman or you're at home awaiting the news and videos as they come in.

Comic-Con 2015: Everything we know so far

Digital Spy is in San Diego to give you the latest updates, but here are just a few highlights to look out for (all times are GMT):

1. Batman v Superman takes centre stage

When: Saturday, 6.30pm (visit Digital Spy for our live blog)

With Marvel deciding to stay home this year, the Warner Bros panel is arguably the biggest ticket around. Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be the main attraction, with Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck,
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By The Power Of Greyskull – A Masters Of The Universe Script Is Finally In

Confirming that social media is fast becoming a news source, of sorts, in terms of the entertainment industry, Senior Vice President of Production at Columbia Pictures, DeVon Franklin, was asked via Twitter for an update on the progress of the long gestating Masters Of The Universe feature film project, on January 2nd 2015. In response, he tweeted a picture of the title page of the script, dated December 24th, with credit for the completed draft going to Jeff Wadlow (writer and director of Kick-Ass 2).

@danmillerNY @RoastGooble

DeVon Franklin (@DeVonFranklin) January 2, 2015

It was announced in April 2014 that Wadlow had been tapped to produce a re-write of the script – which had previously been worked on by Alex Litvak, Mik Finch, Richard Wenk and Terry Rossio. Though Wadlow’s directorial prowess has him highly sought after (with Marvel reportedly being among his suitors), a director for Masters Of The Universe
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Homer Simpson completes the Als Ice Bucket Challenge

Celebrities, politicians and everyday folk (including myself) have taken part in raising awareness for Als research. Yesterday we saw Henry Cavill and Amy Adams as Superman and Lois Lane complete the Ice Bucket Challenge for Als and now we have Homer Simpson completing the challenge.

Less impressive when a cartoon does it, but at least there’s a few cameos in there including Olaf from Frozen and the Wampa from The Empire Strikes Back

Now the longest-running scripted show in television history, The Simpsons reside in the town of Springfield. Homer (Dan Castellaneta) works as a safety inspector at the local nuclear power plant; Marge (Julie Kavner) tries to keep the peace in her family; Bart (Nancy Cartwright) is the mischievous 10-year-old hellion; eight-year-old Lisa (Yeardley Smith) is the intelligent, saxophone-playing, vegetarian member of the family; and baby Maggie conveys emotions via pacifier sucks.

The post Homer Simpson completes the
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Comic-Con Diaries: Inside Preview Night & Day One!

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It's a weekend of geeks, nerds, celebs and more Princess Leia slave dresses than any person would Ever need to see. Yep, it's time for Comic-Con!toofab's Brian Particelli is covering the annual event from the ground this year, and we've got your inside scoop on all the convention floor happenings, hot celeb sightings and big news from all the best panels, press lines and parties.Keep reading for his first-person perspective from the Con!Hey everyone, Brian from toofab here, covering my third Comic-Con. With movies like "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice," TV series like "Arrow," "Teen Wolf" and even TV movies like "Sharknado 2: The Second One" all making big splashes in San Diego this year for their fans, there's A Lot going on.After a 3 hour drive filled with far too much Britney Spears music from sunny Los Angeles,
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Comic Book Release List – January 8, 2014

The following is a list of all comic books, graphic novels and specialty items that will be available this week and shipped to comic book stores who have placed orders for them.

Aam Markosia

Christopher Marlowe And The Bards Of Nemeton Gn, $18.99

Accent UK

Missing Have You Seen The Invisible Man (One Shot), $5.00

Action Lab Entertainment

Fracture #1 (Of 4)(Cover A Chad Cicconi), $2.99

Fracture #1 (Of 4)(Cover B Jamal Igle), $2.99

Skyward Volume 1 Into The Woods Tp, $8.99

Adhouse Books

B Plus F Hc, $19.95

Altus Press

Doc Savage The New Adventures Volume 6 The Miracle Menace Sc, $24.95

Amigo Comics

Rogues #6, $3.99

Westwood Witches #4 (Of 4), $3.99

Amryl Entertainment

Cavewoman Labyrinth (One Shot), $3.75

Cavewoman Labyrinth (One Shot)(Devon Massey Special Edition), Ar

Cavewoman Labyrinth (One Shot)(Budd Root Special Edition), Ar

Arcana Studio

Steam Engines Of Oz Volume 2 The Geared Leviathan #2, $3.99

Archie Comics

Afterlife With Archie #3 (Francesco Francavilla Regular Cover), $2.99

Afterlife With Archie #3 (Tim Seeley Variant Cover), $2.99

Archie #651 (Dan
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Martin Pasko: A Brief History of Mail Power Fantasies

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Last week’s column, about the apparent suicidal impulses of the Us Postal Service, advanced what I hope is a baseless and purely paranoiac thesis: Because Ups, FedEx, and their ilk don’t cover every form of deliverable and are prohibitively expensive for many small-business shippers, we are in urgent need of alternative low-cost means for shipping parcels and other three-dimensional objects that can’t – or won’t – be deliverable to us in electronic form any time soon. That’s because the P.O.’s collapse might happen faster than we can create the infrastructure necessary to take up the (very minor) slack.

That would be a Geek Apocalypse. Some momzer with an encyclopedic memory of The Overstreet Guide won’t be able to profitably ship you that copy of Tales To Astonish #12 you bid too much for. And your ability to receive items like priceless Mr. Terrific maquettes, or
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The Eight Best DC Villains Month Comics

In a controversial move, DC decided to forego publishing its regular line of books and put out 52 one-shot stories featuring some of its best villains. The one-shots range from extremely popular (Joker, Lex Luthor, Brainiac) to the newer and more obscure (Relic, Shadow Thief). They feature some veteran creators and some who have barely drawn a comic. Each “Villains Month” book will get a decimal point after a regular DC Comic. For example, Joker will feature in Batman 23.1, Riddler will feature in Batman 23.2 etc. The first issue of the new DC event Forever Evil will come out the same month as the villain one-shots. It is a direct follow up to “Trinity War” and will be written by Geoff Johns and drawn by David Finch. There are quite a few “Villains Month” books, but the following comics either have great creative teams, continue a compelling storylines, or are simply intriguing.
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Mike Gold: and This is How The World Ends!

Omg! Omg! Did you hear who they’ve signed to play Batman in a whole bunch of movies, starting with Man of Steel 2? No, not Anthony Weiner. And not Ann Coulter –she’s already signed to play Nick Fury in the S.H.I.E.L.D. teevee series. No, Warner Bros. found somebody far worse. They hired the very personification of celluloid evil: Ben Affleck.

Yes, I’m sure you heard of this. So did literally tens of thousands of “fans” who were so upset they signed a petition condemning the action. And seemingly hundreds of thousands went to Facebook, to Twitter, hell some even reactivated their My Space accounts to express their extreme displeasure. Yea, verily, Ragnarök is upon us!

To quote the immortal William Shatner, get a life. You’re entitled to your opinion; if you don’t think Ben Affleck is a worthy actor, that’s your opinion.
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Mike Gold: Cop Killer and Cop-Out

21 years ago Warner Bros. released a record album called Body Count and it launched a shit storm. The artist, Ice-t, performed a track called “Cop Killer” which was written from the perspective of, well, a cop killer. This is a common device in the communication arts, and it doesn’t mean the author/performer is an advocate for his character. For example, Robert Bloch wrote a novel called Psycho, from which the classic Hitchcock movie was based. I do not recall anybody accusing Bloch of being, supporting, or even befriending cannibalistic serial killers.

However, oftentimes when some strong-looking black guy assumes a position of power, certain other people completely lose their minds. The NRA and similar hate groups said Ice-t was advocating the wanton murder of police and the usual protests ensued: Warner’s Rockefeller Plaza headquarters was picketed, talking heads babbled mindlessly on teevee and radio, records were burned,
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Martin Pasko: The Age of Michael Jackson Comics

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Before I Do This Thang for the week: I’ve been getting messages from readers. Apparently, I do have them. Or, as Bob Hope might have said, “I know you’re out there, because why else would Dolores be propping me up in that direction?”

These messages I’m talking about are all “Why do you use so many links?” Clearly, if you’re asking this, you’re not clicking on them. Hint: Some – not all, or even most, but some – of them don’t lead where you might assume they do. They are instead meant to be weird, “disconnective,” hit-or-miss jokes in and of themselves. So, as the most celebrated member of The Hair Club For Men once put it, “’Nuff said.”

Now, on to That Thang. Meaning I have to stop vamping with jokes about what I didn’t learn in San Diego the weekend before last, and,
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Mike Gold: Superman, Captain America, and Hitler – In 2013

If you’re in Chulalongkorn University’s freshman art class… well, you’re in Thailand. And you’re attending one of that nation’s leading schools.

Oh yeah, and you’re also as dumb as a bag of doorknobs. And The Simon Wiesenthal Center doesn’t think much of you.

Go figure. As you can see from the above photo, the freshmen painted a farewell banner to the outgoing class of 2013. Yes, that’s Superman, Batman, Captain America, the Incredible Hulk, and Adolf Hitler sending the graduates off to their future.

The idea was to show that good and bad people coexist in the world, according to school dean Dr. Suppakorn Disatapundhu. He also said “(We) would like to formally express our sincere apology for our students’ superhero mural… I can assure you we are taking this matter very seriously.” He did; they took it down. Well, they took it down after two days.
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Mindy Newell: The Problem With Diana – Part Two

As I was saying …

And as for Diana …

I hated her.

Well, perhaps “hate” is too strong a word. I didn’t hate her, exactly. She made me, um, “uncomfortable.” Even as a kid reading her adventures. Not being old enough at the time to put it into words, to analyze my reaction, I figured it out as I got older.

I loved the stories that took place on Themiscrya, aka Paradise Island. It wasn’t just that I was a mythology geek – I read Edith Hamilton’s Mythology: Timeless Tales Of Gods And Heroes when I was eight years old – but that in these stories Diana was in her true element. Unapologetically independent, intelligent, strong, and self-assured, Diana was a hero who inspired. She lit up my imagination, and along with her fellow Amazons, became a role model, an icon for a little girl who thought she might become a veterinarian,
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Martin Pasko Wants To Know What’s Going On

I was considering doing a piece on how I can’t figure out why I haven’t seen any of my comic collector friends on Hoarders. You know, those people who keep moving to cheaper, bigger houses in worse and worse neighborhoods so they can have a living room big enough for those little, narrow walkways among their 437 eight-foot-high stacks of long boxes? Fear of ending up like that is the main reason I never got into collecting. Or so I thought.

But then I looked around my own claustrophobic living space and realized that people who live in Mylar snuggies shouldn’t throw weighted-based maquettes.

But I’m not a collector. I’m an accumulator. I haven’t paid for a comic book in 20 years, but people keep sending them to me. I can’t get them to stop. So I put them aside, saying I’ll get to them eventually.
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London Film And Comic-Con Report

Whilst arguably it doesn’t attract the glitz and glamour of San Diego Comic-Con, it was my first London Film and Comic-Con experience and I was pretty damned excited. The variety of costumes included Starfleet Commander, Prince Joffrey, Superman, Beetlejuice, and even, weirdly, Chuckie’s Dad from Rugrats (no, we don’t get it either!). However, it was still a brilliant couple of days and I got to rub shoulders with a few of my favourite actors, as well as ask them a few questions.

If you want 5 minutes to have a quick chat with some of the guests, then I suggest you go on the Friday night previews. I was lucky enough to talk to Armin Shimerman of Deep Space Nine fame. He played Quark, a ferengi. He was truly lovely to talk to, and we had a semi-profound chat about the philosophy of Star Trek. Armin said Star Trek
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Dennis O’Neil: Roy and Supes

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Look, up in the sky. It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s…. …the third consecutive week that the Geezer, also known as me, used that hokey lead. Pathetic? You decide. But as long as we’re here…what’s the Man of Steel doing this time? Looks like he’s holding his ears. That must mean that he’s somewhere near the end of his hit movie, at the climactic battle, before a kind of lengthy denouement. Because that was one noisy climax. But first, a geezerly digression. When I was young – and we’re talking really young, like six or seven – I much enjoyed the “cowboy pictures” I saw at the neighborhood theater on Friday nights. The dime Mom gave me bought a cartoon, maybe a Three Stooges feature and two cowboy pictures with real good guys: Hopalong Cassidy, Sunset Carson, Tim Holt, Red Ryder, and
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Exclusive: SciFi Mafia Talks With the Men of the Where Monsters Dwell Live Radio Broadcast

If you are a fan of comics, sci-fi movies, or sci-fi TV – in other words, if you are a reader – you need to be listening to the weekly live radio broadcast of Where Monsters Dwell. Hosted by Remington J. Osborne and Monster Mike, Where Monsters Dwell is a weekly live dose of pop culture talk radio.

Spanning such topics as comics, movies, TV and games, Where Monsters Dwell also features live creator interviews every week along with their own perspective on pop culture news and happenings. You can tune in live around the world on Wednesdays at 8:30/7:30c at, where you can also download previous broadcasts. Do that.

They’ve been on the air for almost 5 years and in that time have aired nearly 250 episodes and interviewed comic creators both new and established, including Mark Waid, Tony Moore, Darick Robertson, Todd McFarlane, Jamal Igle,
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