SPAWN, the long-running superhero saga recently relaunched by series creator Todd McFarlane and fellow Image Founder Whilce Portacio, kicks off the second half of its series altering storyline ‘Endgame’ with a distribution-level sell out making way for the upcoming collection.
“Our goal is to slowly build up momentum and the sellout of issue #191 is another indication that we’re accomplishing that goal,” McFarlane said. “With a majority of our single issues out of print, the release of the first Endgame collection couldn’t be more timely.”
Your significant other has forced you into that black tie monkey suit, and event though you are going to be uncomfortable as hell, you can still show the world you’re a classy fellow with a pair of Captain America cufflinks.
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DC Comics has announced Aaron Lopresti has created a variant cover to Wonder Woman #26, by Gail Simone.
Following months of speculation over a new, male Wonder Woman and his fellow Manazons, WONDER WOMAN #26 puts the rumors to rest. In this issue, learn what horrific new threat Special Agent Diana Prince is unknowingly leading her team of agents against. And, at long last, the fate of the Amazons is revealed.
The issue is scheduled to be in stores on November 26, 2008.
DC has also announced it is publishing new editions of the Transmetropolitan trade paperbacks to meet demands of retailers.Â All the information about the new trades can be found after the jump.
Time to take this fight off-world and pit two very different space odysseys against each other.Â So what will it be ladies and gentlemen; the young and dashing James T. Kirk of Earth, or that roguish fellow from a galaxy far far away, Han Solo?
While it wasn’t Indiana Jones, or even an Iron Man level take at the box office, the Incredible Hulk did walk away with the top movie this past weekend, taking home an estimated $54.5 million domestically.Â That’s a lot of green for the big fellow, and has many believing Marvel has gone two for two in its company owned movie franchise.Â Even thought the movie is number one, remember, Hulk did not bring in as much as last year’s Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer ($58 million) or as much as Ang Lee’s take on the Hulk that brought in $62.1 million in its opening weekend.
Still, if the Hulk can keep from dropping 50% or more next weekend, it is well on its way to breaking $100 million domestically next weekend.