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DCU Says Goodbye to DC Daily with Special Final Episode

DCU Says Goodbye to DC Daily with Special Final Episode This Friday, July 3, DC Universe (DCU) will say goodbye to its original web series, DC Daily with a special, final episode. As it reaches its benchmark of 450 episodes, the series, known for offering fans an unprecedented look inside the world of DC, will go out with a bang, and you can check out a couple of clips from the episode below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB....
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Brian Michael Bendis, ComingSoon, DC Universe, DC Daily, Samm Levine, DC Universe DCU, Paul Dini Batman, Gail Simone Birds, Burbank CA DC Daily, Tiffany Smith Hector Navarro

Superhero Bits: New X-Men Art By Alex Ross, Ray Fisher Lashes Out at Joss Whedon & More

What DC Comics should you read if you’re just now digging into comics? What is the working title for the Ms. Marvel series on Disney+? Want to get a print of some new X-Men art by Alex Ross? Want to see Ryan Reynolds crash a charitable X-Men reunion? What did Justice League star Ray Fisher recently say about Joss Whedon? What does Wonder Woman‘s Golden Eagle armor do? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Mr. Suday Movies created a guide of the best DC Comics titles to check...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Justice-League, Ryan Reynolds, Avengers, X-men, Cw, Joss Whedon, Alex Ross, Jersey City, Brian Michael Bendis, Marc Guggenheim, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash, Superhero Bits, Captain-America

Insomniac Games Teases Spider-Man: Miles Morales Story Details

Insomniac Games teases Spider-Man: Miles Morales story details It’s been a week since the PlayStation 5 reveal event unveiled the exciting first look at Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Insomniac Games’ follow-up to their 2018 hit, and now the game’s developer has unveiled new details for the story centered on the titular young hero! Check out the trailer recap video in the player below! RELATED: Insomniac Reveals Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales for PlayStation 5! ...
Tags: Games, New York, Movies, New York City, Marvel, Sony, Rocksteady Studios, Harlem, Miles, Peter, Horton, Morales, Brian Michael Bendis, Peter Parker, Insomniac, Arkham

Superhero Bits: Behind the Scenes of ‘Iron Man VR’, HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ Wins a Peabody Award & More

What might the next animated Batman movie be from Warner Bros. Animation? Want to see Sportsmaster and Tigress in the next episode of Stargirl? Care to take a glimpse behind the scenes of Iron Man VR? Is Beyoncé contributing to the Black Panther 2 soundtrack? Want to read some Marvel Comics titles from black creators for free? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. New photos from a new episode of Stargirl introduce Injustice Society members Sportsmaster and Tigress. The latest...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Beyonce, Agents Of Shield, Spider-Man, Superman, Suicide Squad, Birds Of Prey, Batman, Deadpool, Marvel Comics, X-men, Batman V Superman, Brian Michael Bendis, Darick Robertson, Tom Taylor

Insomniac Reveals Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales for PlayStation 5!

Insomniac reveals Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales for PlayStation 5! Today marks the highly-anticipated arrival of the PlayStation 5 reveal livestream and amongst all of the exciting new projects unveiled was an announcement trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Insomniac Games’ follow-up to their smash hit 2018 game! The trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Transformers: Battlegrounds Game Arriving This October PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: Video, Games, Movies, Marvel, Playstation, Sony, Rocksteady Studios, Morales, Brian Michael Bendis, Insomniac, Arkham, Miles Morales, Insomniac Games, Video Game News, Sara Pichelli, Shameik Moore Dope

Check Out the Full List of 2020 Eisner Award Nominees

Check Out the Full List of 2020 Eisner Award Nominees San Diego Comic-Con 2020 was called off in light of the coronavirus pandemic, and that left the Eisner Awards without a venue. Comic-Con has served as the home of the comic book industry’s Oscar-equivalent since 1991. But even though that won’t be the case this year, the show must go on. Via The Hollywood Reporter, the Eisner committee has announced the list of nominees for 2020. As expected, plenty of new and continuing Marvel and DC book...
Tags: Comics, Boom! Studios, Comic Book News, Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, Eisner Awards, IDW

Watch Gameplay Footage From a Canceled 2012 ‘Avengers’ Video Game

This fall, Marvel and Square Enix are releasing the most in-depth and expansive Avengers video game that we’ve ever seen. But back in 2011, there was another Avengers video game title in the works that was intended to be released in 2012 around the same time as the first movie was hitting theaters. Unfortunately, it ended up getting canceled, but new footage of early gameplay has recently surfaced online, giving us an idea of the kind of game we missed out on. Canceled Avengers Video Game Fo...
Tags: Movies, America, Avengers, Hawkeye, Brian Michael Bendis, Rochester New York, Ultron, THQ, Ant Man, Thor Hulk, Museum of Play, Skrulls, Marvel and Square Enix, Andrew Borman

That ‘Kitty Pryde’ Movie From Director Tim Miller is Dead

If you were still holding out hope that Tim Miller‘s Kitty Pryde movie, code-named 143, would see the light of day, I have some bad news. It looks like the project is officially dead, according to Miller himself. This isn’t entirely surprising, as the movie was announced well before the big Disney-Fox merger threw things out of whack, coupled with the box office disappointment of Dark Phoenix. Last year, word broke that Deadpool director Tim Miller was developing a Kitty Pryde movie with wri...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Fox, Deadpool, Miller, Phoenix, Brian Michael Bendis, Tim-Miller, Disney Fox, Comic Book/Superhero, Kitty Pryde, Bendis, Comicbook Miller

Captain Marvel and the Women of Black Panther Show New Sides in the Latest ‘Marvel Rising’ [Wondercon 2019]

The MCU movies Captain Marvel and Black Panther introduced a world of new fans to some of the heroines of Marvel comics. There’s Carol Danvers herself and her friend Maria, and all the scientists and warriors of Wakanda. Fans won’t have to wait until Avengers: Endgame to see them again. The animated special Marvel Rising: Heart of Iron  includes Carol Danvers, and future Marvel Rising specials will touch on other fan favorites. Cort Lane, executive producer of Marvel Risin...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Marvel Studios, Maria, Carol, Carol Danvers, SVP, Lane, Brian Michael Bendis, Ronan, Tony Stark, Lightfoot, HALA, MCU, RiRi, Ragnarok

Wonder Comics: Young Justice, Wonder Twins, and Naomi

Now that we’ve seen a few issues, I thought I’d take a look at the Wonder Comics imprint from DC Comics. Wonder Comics is “curated” by Brian Michael Bendis and features four titles that star teenage heroes. One hasn’t appeared yet. Dial H for Hero, about the magic dial that grants its wielder superpowers for an hour, launches at the end of the month. It’s a six-issue miniseries (originally announced as an ongoing) written by Sam Humphries and illustrated by [...]
Tags: Comics, Naomi, Brian Michael Bendis, DC / Vertigo, Sam Humphries, Young Justice Wonder Twins, DC Comics Wonder Comics

Marvel’s Secret Invasion Could Still Happen, Assures Kevin Feige

The Skrulls are some of the most famous villains in Marvel Comics, and it all lead to an epic comic book crossover storyline called “Secret Invasion” that ran through a self-titled eight issue limited series and several tie-in books from April through December 2008. With the introduction of the Skrulls in 2019’s Captain Marvel, it was no surprise that fans expected the film to plant the seeds for an eventual Secret Invasion movie. But while evidence points to the contrary, Marvel studios chief ...
Tags: Movies, Earth, Marvel Comics, Ben Mendelsohn, Marvel Studios, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Talos, Brian Michael Bendis, Kevin-Feige, Mendelsohn, Comic Book/Superhero, Peter Sciretta, Feige, Leinil Yu, Skrulls, Kree Skrull

David Walker Is Betting on the Power of Black History and a Bold New Self-Publishing Gamble

David Walker is busy. He’s co-writing Naomi, a new high-profile series from DC Comics, along with Brian Michael Bendis and artist Jamal Campbell. He’s also working on Image Comics’ enthusiastically received Bitter Root with co-writer Chuck Brown and artist Sanford Greene. But, despite the fact that the veteran writer…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Crowdfunding, Interview, Dc Comics, Kickstarter, Marvel Comics, Black History Month, David Walker, Naomi, Brian Michael Bendis, Image Comics, Chuck Brown, Nighthawk, The Hated, Sanford Greene

Marc Webb's '​The Amazing Spider-Man​' Is a Reboot That Deserves a Rewatch

None Spider-Man 3 (2007) was a disappointment to pretty much everyone, including director Sam Raimi. Although financially successful due to a surprisingly large worldwide gross (it remains the highest-grossing Spider-Man film worldwide), the messy narrative failed to live up to the standards of Raimi's celebrated first two films. In late 2007, Raimi and stars Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst signed on to Spider-Man 4, James Vanderbilt was hired to write the screenplay, and an early May 2011 rele...
Tags: Feature, Music, Adventure, New York City, Marvel, Spider-Man, Action, Sony, John Malkovich, Emma Stone, Anne Hathaway, Amazing Spider-man, Superheroes, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Sony Pictures

Brian Michael Bendis Says His Kitty Pryde Movie Is Still Happening

Taiki Waititi torpedoes those Guardians of the Galaxy 3 rumors. Stargirl casts some intriguing villains. The Riverdale spinoff is already adding some supporting stars from its sister series. Ryan Murphy is pondering a potential return to Scream Queens. Plus, even more Birds of Prey set pictures. To me, my spoilers!Read more...
Tags: Science, The Walking Dead, Childs Play, Birds Of Prey, Ryan Murphy, Scream Queens, Arrow, The Prodigy, Brian Michael Bendis, Riverdale, Dumbo, Captain Marvel, Kitty Pryde, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3, Star Trek Discovery, Black Lightning

Kitty Pryde Movie ‘143’ Still in Development, Writer Brian Michael Bendis Offers an Update

It’s been almost a full year sine we heard anything new about 143, the X-Men/Kitty Pride movie from writer Brian Michael Bendis and Deadpool director Tim Miller. The project has been kicking around for some time, but other X-Men-related films have moved forward while 143 remained in the shadows. Now, Bendis has provided a mini-update revealing the movie is still happening – but don’t expect any more details. Yeah, I’m working on it right now. It’s vvvvvvvery surreal and delightful to be so ...
Tags: Movies, Fox, Deadpool, Ellen Page, Jason Reitman, 20th Century Fox, Marvel Studios, Miller, Jessica Jones, Morales, Brian Michael Bendis, Tim-Miller, Disney Fox, Comic Book/Superhero, Kitty Pryde, Bendis

Brian Michael Bendis Confirms X-Men Movie ‘143’ Still in the Works

Brian Michael Bendis confirms X-Men movie ‘143’ still in the works Acclaimed comic book artist and writer Brian Michael Bendis took to Twitter to reveal that an X-Men 143 movie is still in the works. Though he’s clearly not ready to spill any secrets about it just yet, other than calling the project “surreal.” PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googl...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Disney, Netflix, Deadpool, Ellen Page, Avengers, X-men, Jessica Jones, Brian Michael Bendis, Miles Morales, ComingSoon, Movie News, House of Mouse, Kitty Pryde, Bendis

Joss Whedon's 'The Avengers' Blasts Away All Other Comic Book Films

None There has long been a debate amongst contemporary film fans over the value of "mass entertainment", or "popcorn films". One side sees these types of films as juvenile frivolities, made for undiscerning mainstream audiences and lacking the substance of more serious, mature films. These fans are particularly disturbed by the increasing size and quantity of these mass entertainment films in recent years, as they seem to be leaving little room in the budgets or release schedules of major stud...
Tags: Feature, Music, New York, Hollywood, Robert Downey Jr, Adventure, Marvel, Disney, Dc Comics, America, Earth, Action, Fox, Iron Man, Arctic, Manhattan

Brian Bendis and David Walker Talk About How Their Friendship Created DC Comics’ Newest Superhero

For two decades, even after becoming friends, Brian Michael Bendis and David Walker worked in parallel spaces. This week, with the release of their new comic Naomi, the world gets to see what happens when two comics writers with very different backgrounds come together to create a new superhero story.Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Dc Comics, Panel Discussion, David Walker, Naomi, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Bendis, Second Printing, Jamal Campbell

Check Out Sara Pichelli's Fantastic Original Illustration for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Miles Morales, breakout hero of Into the Spider-Verse and one of the best and most memorable Spider-people around, was created by two people: writer Brian Michael Bendis, and artist Sara Pichelli. Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Sony Pictures, Spider Man, Brian Michael Bendis, Miles Morales, Sara Pichelli, Spider Man Into The Spider Verse, Sara Pichelli Read

Review: 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' is the Best Superhero Movie of 2018

Based on characters created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli, the new Sony Pictures Animation movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, offers an entirely different take on Marvel's beloved web-slinging superhero, which was first introduced by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in 1962. Produced by the filmmaking team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller (of 21/22 Jump Street, The LEGO Movie series), the story centers on African-American/Puerto Rican teenager Miles Morales (voiced by Sha...
Tags: Movies, Review, Marvel, Spider-Man, Netflix, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Stan Lee, Sony Pictures Animation, Hailee Steinfeld, Brian Michael Bendis, Steve Ditko, Miles Morales, John Mulaney, Jake Johnson, Shameik Moore

My Moments With Stan

Brian Michael Bendis reflects on the first time he met Stan Lee and how Mr. Lee inspired him in his two-decade career at Marvel Comics.
Tags: News, Stan Lee, Marvel Comics, Lee, Brian Michael Bendis, Stan, Mr Lee, Bendis, Comic Books and Strips, Brian Michael

A Brief Comic Book History of the Skrulls

We all saw the Captain Marvel trailer that premiered a few months back, and we all found ourselves asking the same question: “Why did Captain Marvel punch that old lady on the train?” Well have no fear, Carol Danvers is not an old lady punching machine – she is actually actively fighting a type of “Secret Invasion” (that will make sense in a bit). The old lady in the trailer was most likely a Skrull, and if that means nothing to you, that’s why I’m here. Here’s the the nitty gritty of this hos...
Tags: Movies, Earth, Features, Stan Lee, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Jack Kirby, Captain America, Carol Danvers, Brian Michael Bendis, Ronan, Cotati, HALA, MCU, Nick Fury

Marvel Already Has Plans For ‘Daredevil’ Seasons 4, 5, and 6, According to Jeph Loeb

With Disney‘s streaming service set to take over the field of Marvel spin-offs and other Marvel Cinematic Universe content, where does that leave the oft-ignored Marvel TV? Still going strong, according to Marvel TV chief Jeph Loeb, who revealed that plans are already in place for more seasons of Marvel’s flagship Netflix series, Daredevil. Daredevil season 3 hasn’t even hit Netflix yet, but Loeb revealed that the higher-ups at Marvel TV have plans for Daredevil season 4, season 5, and seaso...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, Disney, Fbi, Netflix, Daredevil, Marvel Studios, Jessica Jones, Bullseye, Loki, Matt, Brian Michael Bendis, Loeb, Frank Miller, MCU

Brian Michael Bendis on Crafting Superman and Tearing Down (and Rebuilding) the DC Universe [Exclusive]

Brian Michael Bendis shares a figurative and literal home with Superman – both of the comic book icons hail from Cleveland, Ohio. So for Bendis, the Man of Steel is in his blood. I recently sat down with the newly minted DC superstar (who crossed the aisle after years at Marvel) to chat about creating a comic around a character as iconic as Krypton’s last son, as well as the joy of collaboration and the future of the DC Universe. With Great Power… For a lifelong comic creator and fan, gett...
Tags: New York, Movies, Interviews, Superman, Features, Fbi, Metropolis, Avengers, Krypton, Ivan, Patrick, Clark, Perry, CLEVELAND Ohio, Brian Michael Bendis, Clark Kent

Steve Ditko, Comic Book Legend & Co-Creator of Spider-Man, Dead at 90

Steve Ditko, comic book legend & co-creator of Spider-Man, dead at 90 Artist Steve Ditko, a titan in the world of comics books has passed away. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed the news, revealing that Ditko passed last week on, though the news of his passing has just now been confirmed by the New York Police Department. Comics fans and writers took to Twitter to express their sadness over his passing: Steve Ditko was one of the most amazing creators in the history of comics, and showed ...
Tags: Movies, Neil Gaiman, Manhattan, Obituary, Obits, Stan Lee, Marvel Comics, Jack Kirby, Extras, Joe Simon, Peter, Charlton, Hollywood Reporter, Brian Michael Bendis, Spidey, Steve Ditko

DC Comics Returns To Supermarket Shelves With New, Giant-Sized Comics

DC Comics announced earlier this week that it has partnered with Walmart to revive its DC Giant range as a 100-page anthology format comic book. Four new series revolving around Batman, Superman, the Justice League, and the Teen Titans will launch solely in the retail stores starting July 1. From a report: Starting next month, each of the new monthly series will collect stories from the past two decades of DC Comics publishing -- including stories released as recently as this year -- revolving a...
Tags: Dc Comics, Tech, Walmart, Justice League, Harley Quinn, Brian Michael Bendis, Archie, New Giant Sized Comics, Tom King Andy Kubert

PR: Free Comic Book Day at Third Eye Comics

Our 10 year anniversary celebration! Big sales, special guests & more! Saturday 5/5/18 9AM-9PM    at THIRD EYE ANNAPOLIS Click here for event info on FACEBOOK. First 50 in line receive a FREE Third Eye Summer 2018 Shirt Firs...
Tags: Comics, Superman, Overwatch, Justice League, Batgirl, Batman, Avengers, Steve, Catwoman, Mike, Annapolis, Tom King, McGuinness, Garrison, Brian Michael Bendis, Gerry

Can this man save Superman?

Portland resident Brian Michael Bendis, lured away from rival Marvel, is tasked with rescuing DC Comics’ Superman franchise and the rest of its superhero lineup.
Tags: Business, News, Superman, Dc Comics, Portland, Brian Michael Bendis

12 comics you should read if you love the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies

There's no denying the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a success. Its films are not only critically adored, but it is also the highest-grossing movie franchise ever, with nearly $15 billion globally. "Black Panther" itself has already hit the $1 billion mark after a little over a month in theaters, and Marvel's next film, "Avengers: Infinity War," beat the Fandango record for fastest-selling advance tickets of any superhero movie. But none of that would be possible without decades worth of comic b...
Tags: Marvel, Trends, Earth, Thor, Pixar, Thanos, Marvel Comics, Marvel Cinematic Universe, George, Sam Rockwell, Brian Michael Bendis, Tony Stark, Bagley, MCU, Ragnarok, Carmine Infantino

Tomorrow: Library of Congress and DC Entertainment Celebrate 80 Years of Superman

Reposting as I'm told that there are still tickets available.     NEWS from the LIBRARY of CONGRESS   March 16, 2018     Press contact:  Bryonna Head, (202) 707-3073, [email protected]    Public contact: Megan Halsband, (202) 707-1522, [email protected]   Request ADA accommodations five business days in advance at (202) 707-6362 or [email protected]     Library of Congress and DC Entertainment Celebrate 80 Years of Superman Live Interview...
Tags: Twitter, Comics, Usa, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Superman, Dc Comics, United States, Washington Dc, Library Of Congress, Ada, DC Entertainment, Walter, Thomas Jefferson, Jim Lee