I’m finding the best way to start my morning is to take a peek under the hood of Hollywood and find out what is percolating.Â Â Today, it’s a dose of Spider-Man 4, Star Trek, Ghostbuster, and Dragonball news.Â Yup, Dragonball, with a bit of A-Team news to boot.
Press Release In this special one-shot, Dr. Who, The Whispering Gallery, superstar artist Ben Templesmith tackles his first full Dr. Who project, alongside comic book writers Leah Moore & John Reppion. In The Whispering Gallery, the TARDIS lands in a maze-like gallery filled with thousands of talking pictures, and the Doctor and Martha discover they’ve come across a planet where showing emotion has been outlawed. The inhabitants have good reason for their supression, but it wouldn’t be like the Doctor to leave them in fear of truly living.
DC has announced Andrew Kriesberg is out of writing World of New Krypton #1 and has been replaced by James Robinson and Greg Rucka – the regular writing team of the 12 issue mini-series. In this issue, following the events of the â€œNew Kryptonâ€ crossover, the Man of Steel has had to embrace his past to ensure humanity’s future. And while a devastating armed conflict with Earth may have been averted, keeping the peace will be Superman’s greatest challenge yet. Superman: World of New Krypton #1 arrives March 11, 2009. via DC Comics
This is probably the best Monday morning news that I’ve seen in a while. Looks like ABC has given a pilot nod to Bill Willingham’s Fables.Â The show will be produced and written by Stu Zicherman and Raven Metzner.Â David Semel will direct the fairy tale series set in the mundy world. “We set up a structure to allow any fairy tale character to show up in any one episode,” Metzner said. The fairy tale characters will keep some of their trademark characteristics. For instance, Prince Charming will be handsome, while Big Bad Wolf will have to shave a four-day
Nova! Watchmen! Namorita! X-Men! Elektra! What happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas! The Man Called Speeeebaaaalll! Comicon newsâ€¦ and the master will not be pleasedâ€¦ Plus! not a single word about that feller from Gotham, on this, the show that asks: if this is the 30 second podcast, what the hell will we talk about for the other hour and a half? [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers_32.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes After the Jump
Marvel has unveiled the variant covers to the 500th issue of the Uncanny X-Men.Â This landmark issue is extra-sized and introduces the new writing team of Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction with art by Greg Land and Terry Dodson.