With the popularity of the Suicide Squad movie, it makes sense a wave of fan films featuring characters from the movie would suddenly gain a lot of attention online. The Laughing Man, a fan film based on Scot Snyder’s Death of the Family comic book arc has arrived, and it is pretty heavy stuff.
When the San Diego Comic Con kicks off next, week, Diamond Select Toys will unveil a number of new Batman: The Animated Series products that will arrive in stores this fall.
The comic may have just debuted three days ago, but the film rights to Scott Synder and Jock’s Image Comic series Wytches have been bought up by New Regency with Brad Pitt’s production company Plan B to produce.
Otter is a long time friend of most of the Major Spoilers Crew.Â Otter does an online webcomic.Â Otter likes to poke fun at us.Â It’s a good thing we can take a joke. Oh, yes!Â A multipart story! Check the rest over in the Major Spoilers Forum.
Press Release Barry Kitson, artist of Marvel Comics’ Amazing Spider-Man, will appear at Cards, Comics & Collectibles of Reisterstown, MD on Wednesday April 1, 2009.Â No joke! Barry, whose work on Amazing Spider-Man includes the first story in the best-selling “Obama issue” #583, has had his work published in many titles, including runs on Marvel’s The Order and Secret Invasion:Â Fantastic Four and DC’s Legion of Super-Heroes, The Titans, and Empire. The signing will be held on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 from 3pm to 7:30pm.Â Our address is 100 A Chartley Dr., Reisterstown, MDÂ 21136.Â For more information, call Cards,
As cool as some of the scenes from the new Punisher movie looked, the movie flopped at the box office this past weekend, bringing in an estimated $4 million.Â To twist the knife even deeper, this opening was even worse than Howard the Duck – another Marvel property that has become a joke of the movie industry. For those worried that this is a death knell for Marvel, keep in mind this movie is not a Marvel Studios flick, but rather release by Lionsgate, who probably shot themselves in the foot by releasing Transporter 3 last weekend. Anyone see this?
Way back in the closing days of the 20th century, Matthew and I attended college together. It was a grand old time, full of happiness, carefree days, and really bad jokes. There were of course other people that we met during our college years, including one Mr. Otter. Otter has discovered the joy of Bitstrips; conjuring up a short strip based on a joke one of our old professors would throw out during class to get a laugh. Otter would be the one with the Weird Al doo, with Matthew appearing as the sorry receiver of the joke.via Otter Disaster