Credit: IDW Publishing </div> </figure> IDW and DC are teaming in October for a crossover of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's <strong>Locke &amp; Key</strong> and Neil Gaiman's Sandman universe in the appropriately titled <strong>Locke &amp; Key: Hell &amp; Gone - A Sandman Universe Crossover Event</strong>, by Hill and&nbsp;Rodriguez Announced via Twitter by IDW Saturday morning,
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Pokemon Go players will have their chance to obtain a Shiny Rhyhorn as part of today’s Community Day event. Pokemon Go is hosting its monthly Community Day event this afternoon from 2 PM to 5 PM local time in the Northern Hemisphere and 3 PM to 6 PM in the Southern Hemisphere. Today’s event focuses
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No, you’re not dreaming: Locke & Key: Hell & Gone, a Sandman Universe crossover event, is coming to a local comic shop in your plane of reality in October 2020. Locke & Key: Hell & Gone – A Sandman Universe crossover event Locke & Key creators Gabriel Rodriguez and Joe Hill are both attached to
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DC is picking up speed for March 4’s The Flash #750. In addition to the main cover by Howard Porter, the publisher has released several variants including those by Nicola Scott (1940s), Gary Frank (1950s), Nick Derington (1960s), Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (1970s), Gabriele Dell’Otto (1980s), Francesco Mattina (1990s), Jim Lee/Scott Williams (2000s), Francis Manapul (2010),
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Credit: Lucasfilm Director J.D. Dillard (Sleight) and screenwriter Matt Owens (<em>The Defenders</em>, <em>Luke Cage</em>, <em>Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.</em>) are developing a <strong>Star Wars</strong> project for Lucasfilm, according to <em><a href="https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/star-wars-movie-works-jd-dillard-matt-owens-1280459">The Hollywood Reporter</a></em>. The Hollywood trade said that it's being developed in such a way that it could be adapted for a film or as a series
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Nick Barrucci Credit: Dynamite Entertainment Dynamite Entertainment/Dynamic Forces owner Nick Barrucci just finished giving a Keynote speech at this year's ComicsPRO Annual Meeting, and he has agreed to share that for those who weren't there:<br>&nbsp; Good morning fellow comic lovers! It’s great to see you here. I know it’s not easy leaving the stores during the
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Today, Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 released, alongside not only a new Deadpool skin, but a healthy slab of new content. Included in this content dump was the addition of new “Mythic” weapons, some of which are causing uproar within the community of the free-to-play battle royale game. And like previous powerful weapons added to
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Marvel Comics has announced a miniseries adaptation of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the final film of the newest Star Wars trilogy, and the final film in the decades-long Skywalker Saga. The adaptation will be written by Jody Houser, illustrated by Will Sliney, and feature covers by Phil Noto. It will reportedly incorporate extended and deleted scenes from the
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Dark Horse Comics has released full solicitations text and images for comics and collectibles scheduled for release in May 2020. Here are a few of the highlights: The Neil Gaiman Library expands with an adaptation of Gaiman’s Norse Mythology. The series is illustrated and co-written by P. Craig Russell, with additional art by Mike Mignola and Jerry Ordway. Evan
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With Animal Crossing: New Horizons in catching distance, Nintendo launched a Direct to get players excited about the upcoming return to the franchise (as if they weren’t already). Adorably, it’s framed entirely as a Nook Inc. promotional video for the Deserted Island Getaway package, with nary a real-life human in sight. It was a dense 25
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Credit: Marvel Comics </div> <figcaption class="fig-cap" id="nointelliTXT"> <cite class="fig-credit">Credit: Marvel Comics </cite> </figcaption> </figure> <strong>Cable </strong>is back in the spotlight this March with a new solo series from Gerry Duggan and Phil Noto - but not the grizzled time-warrior that has headlined his own books before. Instead, this is the latest incarnation of the character
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Wonder Woman: Dead Earth #2 Credit: Daniel Warren Johnson (DC) Greetings, ‘Rama readers! Ready for your Thursday pellets? Best Shots has your back, with this week’s Rapid-Fire Reviews! Let’s kick off with Jerky-Eating Justin Partridge, who takes a look at <b>Guardians of the Galaxy</b>... </div> <figcaption class="fig-cap" id="nointelliTXT"> <cite class="fig-credit">Credit: Marvel Comics </cite> </figcaption> </figure>
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Adventureman #1 by writer Matt Fraction and artist Terry Dodson is due out this April from Image Comics with a massive 64-page debut issue…and now you can check out the first pages. Publisher Image Comics has released the first pages from Adventureman #1, and they have all the pulp fixings we were promised from what seems
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Last June when Nickelodeon announced a young SpongeBob spinoff cartoon tentatively titled Kamp Koral, some die-hard fans were taken aback. When interviewing co-executive producers, Vincent Waller & Marc Ceccarelli at NYCC, they couldn’t divulge too much details but emphasized it was aimed for the same audience. In fact Ceccareli said, “It’s going to be for
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