On Friday one of the founders of Image Comics, artist Erik Larsen (of Amazing Spider-Man and Savage Dragon fame), answered a fan question wondering what was the best way to pitch a comic to a publisher. Larsen said that a pitch should be, “As brief as humanly possible. Ideally your introductory letter could fit in a single Tweet.”
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The Venture Bros. is set to return for its seventh season this summer, as confirmed by the network responsible for the program, Adult Swim. As noted in a Forbes interview with producer Chris Prynoski of the award-winning production company Titmouse Inc., the beloved animated series will return with all-new episodes in the coming months, although
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Image: itsvictra I love this so much. That’s itsvictra with the memeplay, but know that this is not his first attempt at cosplay that is both terrible and incredible at once. Here’s Exodia from Yu-Gi-Oh: Image: itsvictra And maybe my favourite Smash cosplay of all time: Advertisement Source link
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Contradicting reports (via ScreenRant) that Netflix has picked up the pilot for a TV adaptation of the comic book Locke & Key, co-creator and Eisner Award winner Gabriel Rodríguez says the news is simply a “rumor” at this point. Writing on Twitter, Rodríguez said, “Rumor. Nada official,” with reference to the Locke & Key pilot’s
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Since Avengers: Infinity War‘s post-credits scene, Captain Marvel‘s logo has been just about everywhere. Most recently, it ended up on a pair of jeans — and not just anyone’s. On her Instagram, Carol Danvers herself Brie Larson shared a photo of herself rocking jeans with the Captain Marvel logo sewn into the back pocket. “New jeans,
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Jeff Lemire and Mark Millar have never met, but they have shared a mutual admiration for years. So when Millar cold-called (well, emailed) Lemire asking him to write Hit-Girl — featuring the breakout star of Millar’s Kick-Ass franchise — the Canadian cartoonist didn’t hesitate. And now that it’s happening, Lemire’s bringing Mindy McCready to his
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More clues have emerged that suggest the Man Without Fear may be facing his nemesis Bullseye in the upcoming third season of Netflix’s Daredevil. An Instagram post from the Netflix series’ costume department revealed the official crew jacket for Season 3 of Daredevil, with Bullseye’s familiar logo displayed prominently. Shortly after news sites began to
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Following his breakout role in Taika Waititi’s 2016 comedy adventure Hunt for the Wilderpeople, New Zealand-born actor Julian Dennison has leaped to international stardom as Russell, aka Firefist, in Deadpool 2. The foul-mouthed, flame-throwing mutant is unlike any superhero movie audiences have seen before, both in temperament and physique. The latter is what excited the
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Chances are, if you’ve been poking around the DC Universe lately you’ve probably stumbled across the name Barbatos. He’s been a pretty big-ticket item lately (you know, in like…a horrifying sort of way), with a nice big boost in prominence thanks to the epic events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL. But the truth is he’s actually
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As Brian Michael Bendis prepares to start his runs on Superman and Action Comics following a six-issue Man of Steel weekly miniseries, the writer already knows his goal for Superman: making the Man of Steel relevant in a “weird and different” time. During a recent interview, CBR asked Bendis what elements of the character he was looking to highlight. “What he represents to our
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It’s a battle of Speed Force versus brute force in this week’s supersonic “Versus Live!” segment. Special guests Nichole Evans and Josh Evans drop by to debate which hero would win in a fast-as-light-fight between the Flash or Supergirl, but only you can provide us with an answer. Will the Scarlet Speedster prove too fast
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When it was announced that longtime Marvel writer Brian Michael Bendis was not only making the jump to DC Comics but that he was also taking over both Superman and Action Comics following a six-issue Man of Steel weekly miniseries, some fans expressed concern over whether the writer would effectively “undo” much of what’s made the post-Rebirth Superman so great —
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It’s nearly here: After more than six months of anticipation, Brian Michael Bendis’ full-length Superman writing debut arrives next Wednesday with DC’s Man of Steel #1, illustrated by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado. Sure, fans have seen glimpses of Bendis’ take on Superman in the Action Comics #1000 and DC Nation #0 short stories, but
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It’s not easy cosplaying as Goro Majima, the spicy meatballs on the side of the Yakuza universe. For one, you need to be able to pull off some very tight pants. And then you need to nail his essence, which is so much arrogance and menace that the average actual human being just couldn’t do
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The premiere of Hulu’s Castle Rock might be a little over two months away, but that’s not stopping the man who inspired the series, Stephen King, from declaring his approval for the show. King revealed as much to executive producer J.J. Abrams in an email. King based his approval on the show’s pilot and contacted
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The fan-favorite bounty hunter from the Star Wars franchise Boba Fett is reportedly getting his long-awaited solo film at last, and it’s coming from none other than Logan director James Mangold. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mangold will write and direct the standalone film, which may or may not be the same Boba Fett film longtime X-Men producer Simon Kinberg was working
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While Disney and Comcast appear headed for a bidding war to acquire most of Fox’s assets, both companies have been outvalued by another media giant: Netflix. The streaming service’s stock market valuation rose to $151.6 billion today surpassing Disney’s current market valuation at $151 billion. Yesterday, Netflix rose above Comcast which is currently valued at
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