Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern Successor Has Been Revealed

Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern Successor Has Been Revealed

It was announced last week that Green Lantern scribe Geoff Johns would be stepping down from the series after almost a decade of writing the comic. MTV Geek confirmed this morning that writer Robert Venditti will be taking over on the title with issue #21 once Johns finishes. Venditti is known for writing The Surrogates, […]

TITANIUM RAIN: Awards, Motion Comic, & New Projects Announced.

BIG TITANIUM RAIN NEWS! 01 Publishing is thrilled to announce that the TITANIUM RAIN AUDIO DRAMA has been nominated for the Oscars of the American audiobook industry! Known as the Audie Awards, TITANIUM RAIN has been nominated for not one, but TWO awards… • BEST AUDIO DRAMA • BEST ORIGINAL WORK To kick off this […]

Joss Whedon Offers Another SHIELD Update

Joss Whedon Offers Another SHIELD Update

While he’s keeping quiet on the plot specifics — how in the world is Coulson back?! — Joss Whedon gave some updates regarding the much-anticipated S.H.I.E.L.D. to TVLine, hinting at the tone of the Marvel TV spinoff. Whedon, who co-wrote and directed the S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot, told TVLine, “I’m excited about the show because it’s a […]

David Gerrold Offers to Write Superman

David Gerrold Offers to Write Superman

An openly gay author, David Gerrold, has volunteered to write Superman for DC Comics. David Gerrold published an open letter in response to the publisher’s controversial hiring of prominent anti-gay campaigner Orson Scott Card to pen the first arc of the digital first Adventures of Superman. “I see that you have hired a writer for Superman […]

Lobo Film Falls into Development Hell

Lobo Film Falls into Development Hell

For a few brief months last year, the rumor mill was churning about how Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was lined up to play DC Comics anti-hero Lobo on the big screen. Then things went quiet in the media. Apparently they went quiet for the Rock as well. In an interview with MTV promoting his new […]

Cammy’s Favorite Covers for 2/13/13

Bedlam #4 by Frazer Irving I think a villain tends to be even creepier when you can’t see his face. Even if he slightly reminds me of Mysterio, I’d be too paralyzed with fear to make such a remark. The eye really focuses on the cool grey tones, then suddenly take notice of the brightly […]

Episode 53: Movie SFX Legend Don Bies

Episode 53: Movie SFX Legend Don Bies

Michael Wistock (@Wistock on Twitter) conducts an extensive interview with Movie SFX legend Don Bies. Don has worked on #starwars and many other films over his long career. He’s recently set up his own production company, White Room Artifacts. He gives us some of the stories behind Star Wars, Yoda, Chewbacca, and so much more. […]

Comic Book Page Previews Spotlight #064

Comic Book Page Previews Spotlight #064

John Mayo and Bob Bretall discuss the contents of the February 2013 Previews catalog and play clips sent in from listeners spotlighting items they picked. We had 2 other podcasts/blogs represented this month: Welcome to Heavenside Dangerous Bill Masters and 1 listeners: Ian Gowan Items mentioned: p.42 (Ian Gowan) Abe Sapien: Dark and Terrible #1 […]

Aquaman Confirmed for Injustice: Gods Among Us

Aquaman Confirmed for Injustice: Gods Among Us

Another fan favorite character has been added to the upcoming Neatherrealm fighting game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and it’s the King of Atlantis himself, Aquaman! Check out the character reveal trailer below! (via IGN) “Gods Among Us” debuts as a bold new fighting game franchise that introduces a deep, original story featuring a large cast […]

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