James Gunn Has Spoken to Marvel & DC About A Crossover Film

Director James Gunn is no stranger to working in the world of comic books, having now directed films for both Marvel and DC properties. According to the director, he’s even had discussions with studios about a potential cross-brand crossover.   RELATED: James Gunn Confirms The Suicide Squad Runtime Speaking on social media, Gunn replied to a fan’s tweet asking about the chances of ever seeing a crossover between the Marvel Cinematic Universe and DC Extended Universe. Gunn said that he’s actual...
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More Details on Killmonger’s Marvel’s What If…? Episode

Fans are anxiously awaiting any and all news regarding Disney’s upcoming series based on the What If…? Comic book run from Marvel. Thanks to a new report from The Illuminerdi, fans have a good idea of what to expect from Killmonger’s episode.   RELATED: Jeffrey Wright Discusses The Watcher’s Role in Marvel’s What If? According to the report, Erik Stevens/Killmonger will be a key figure in one of the episodes of Marvel’s What If…?, with the character joining up with none other than Tony Stark i...
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strip for June / 18 / 2021 - Freak out!

Freak out! Jump to a Random Strip in the Archives! | Buy This Original Art | Archives | E-mail Dave
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Tom Spezialy Joins Marvel’s Silk as Showrunner, Inks Overall Deal with Amazon Studios

(Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images for WGAW) Watchmen executive producer and Emmy winner Tom Spezialy has joined Sony Pictures Television’s live-action Marvel series Silk as showrunner and executive producer with the project reportedly heading to Amazon Prime Video (via Deadline). The announcement comes as Spezialy has signed an overall deal with Amazon Studios. Silk is being penned and also executive produced by Good Trouble and Atypical writer Lauren Moon, who is Korean-American just like the...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Action, Sony, TV News, Streaming, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Sony Pictures Television, Silk, Pascal, Comic Book, Miller, Amazon Prime Video

Could More Marvel Superheroes Get the ‘Black Widow’ Prequel Treatment? Kevin Feige Weighs In

What could the Marvel Cinematic Universe look like after Avengers: Endgame? That’s a question we’re still asking even two years and several movie and TV show releases after the epochal Marvel movie hit theaters, but it’s one that Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige is still feeling out as we forge ahead into Phase 4. On the TV side, Marvel is using the chance to explore the traumas of characters like Wanda Maximoff or Bucky Barnes, and on the film side, with the upcoming Black Widow, the studio is...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, America, Sequels, Black Widow, Scarlett Johansson, Marvel Studios, Chris Evans, Natasha, Kevin-Feige, Comic Book/Superhero, Natasha Romanoff, Bucky Barnes, Feige, Wanda Maximoff, Natasha Black Widow

Mental Coaching

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Loki Head Writer Talks Episode 2 Ending, Teases A ‘Crazier’ Episode 3

The ending of the second episode of Disney’s Loki was a shocker to fans, as the show formally introduced Lady Loki to the world while also seeing Tom Hiddleston’s Loki seemingly escaping the grasps of the Time Variance Authority.   RELATED: Loki Season 1 Episode 2 Recap & Analysis: ‘The Variant’ Speaking to ComicBookMovie in a recent interview, Loki’s head writer Michael Waldron spoke about the ending of the second episode and also said that the next episode had the potential to be even crazie...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Tom Hiddleston, Comic Book, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Loki, ComingSoon, Michael Waldron, Lady Loki, ComicBookMovie, Disney Plus, Time Variance Authority

Ms. Marvel Set Photos Show Kamala Khan Using Her Powers

New Ms. Marvel set photos gives fans their first look at Iman Vellani’s Kamala Khan using her powers in the upcoming Disney+ series.   RELATED: Ms. Marvel Set Photos Show First Look at Iman Vellani in Costume In the photos (which you can see below), Vellani is seen in costume as Ms. Marvel, with her arms outstretched in a prototypical power pose. It’s unclear just exactly what the scene is, but fans won’t have to wait long to figure out what it’s portraying thanks to the show debuting later th...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Marvel Studios, Emilia Clarke, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Brie Larson, Jersey City, Kamala, Kevin Feige, Teyonah Parris, MCU, Kamala Khan

Alien Visitors 2

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Comic: Constant Contact

New Comic: Constant Contact [Author: [email protected] (Tycho)]
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Kinkoid’s New Erotic Game Comix Harem Contains Countless Nude Super Heroines

Kinkoid is helping hardcore comics readers fulfill their fantasies as their new free-to-play browser game Comix Harem is rife with female heroes who require sex to refill their superpowers, a job that any amorous male would gladly take up for the sake of humanity. Comix Harem is bursting with intense RPG action as players assume […]
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Detective Comics #520 - Don Newton art

Detective Comics #520Detective Comics v1 #520, 1982 - Haunted by the ghost of Hugo Strange, Boss Thorne hires Dr. Thirteen the ghostbreaker. Meanwhile, Batman unexpectedly breaks out Deadshot from prison. Don Newton was often paired with Alfredo Alcala on Batman stories, usually with unsatisfying results. This is the case here as well, as the original pencils lose their patina due to the [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Batman, Deadshot, Thorne, Ted Ignacio, Don Newton, Alfredo Alcala

News Post: PAX Stuff

Gabe: As PAX returns to real life venues I want to announce that I am actually retiring from real life venues. That is to say, I’m no longer going to be attending the US shows. It’s possible you might see me with my family at some future PAX but every show every year is just no longer doable for me. Like a lot of people the recent life pause has given me some perspective and I’m changing my routine coming out of this pandemic.  My wife Kara was actually pregnant with my oldest son Gabe during th...
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The World Around Us #35 / Spies - Jack Kirby art

The World Around Us #35 The World Around Us v1 #35 / Spies, 1961 - From ancient times to the modern era, the business of spying is covered in this educational comic. Among the many artists involved, Jack Kirby contributes three very short stories. His drawings are not particularly exciting, suggesting a lack of time or effort. The inking also seems minimal, further hampering the pencils. On [Author: Unknown]
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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For #6 - Frank Miller art & cover

Frank Miller Sin City: A Dame to Kill For v1 #6, 1992 - With her husband dead, Ava has big plans with his money. Dwight recovers from his injuries and enters her compound under a false identity. Unfortunately, the muscle-bound head of security is onto him. Frank Miller ends the series with the same stark, black and white drawings he began with. Different line widths and textures are used [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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News Post: Constant Contact

Tycho: The dynamics of my relationship with USA Gundam Store are exactly like ordinary relationship dynamics. I literally get pics. I signed up for it, I'm not mad and I can get out whenever I want, but there's a level of increasingly cyberpunk intensity when I'm getting texts, and mails, and these texts and mails are informing the ads I see on literally every website. Gabir Liel - of Gabir Motors fame, proud member of the Dragon Race Team China family of automotive brands - was f...
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The City Paper reviews Pixar's Luca, the Post doesn't

Luca, About a Sea Monster on Dry Land, Proves Pixar Has New Legs The rich personal touches in Luca are elevated by Pixar's signature clever humor, sharp storytelling, and watchable scenery. by Noah Gittell Washington City Paper June 17th, 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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