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Dan DiDio, DC Comics former co-publisher who parted ways with the company earlier this year, gave his first major public interview Thursday night during a Facebook livestreamed chat with faculty at The Kubert School. The conversation lasted roughly an hour, covering DiDio’s past in both comics and animation, what he looked for when he hired
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With all the anxiety permeating throughout the world right now there’s no better time for the premiere for DuckTales Season 3 this Saturday on DisneyXD. From the episode titles revealed recently, we knew the show creators were going to begin with a bang and sure enough, new clips that were just unveiled showcase not only
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Welcome back Studio Coffee Folks! Universal is trying to figure out a post-COVID future as it nabs Watchmen director Stephen Williams for a horror flick and reschedules a handful of its previously delayed summer slate. Plus, an important message from Sam Jackson and a super cute trailer from Apple! That and more, right here. Watchmen director tries
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Art LifeBy Catherine OcelotTranslated by Aleshia JensenConundrum Press Catherine Ocelot is trying to figure things out. You could say that about anyone, of course, but what Ocelot is delving into are the concerns of an artist, which is actually part of the creative process. Questioning, searching, these are components of the work to be done.
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Social distancing and the ongoing need to sequester oneself in order to avoid the spread of COVID-19 has left some comic readers searching for escapism. For some readers, however, comics that reflect the current predicament provide a more appealing alternative than forgetting the world outside your door. Enter Beth Barnett’s Social Distancing: Life in the
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Welcome back Studio Coffee Folks! We’ve actually got a handful of pretty normal entertainment headlines today with Michael Bay and Anne Hathaway booking more biz – along with some very COVID-related ones, specifically looking at Bob Iger’s Disneypaycut and John Krasinski’s disgustingly kind news show featuring a tiny The Office reunion. That and more, right here! And, in case you missed
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On Saturday afternoon, DC Entertainment finally released a statement to retailers about their plans to deal with the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. While brief, the statement alludes to more details to be announced on a potential “multi-distributor model to provide us with the flexibility needed.” With Diamond Distribution currently not shipping new product, this could have
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The first week of Shut In Theater is complete, and that means it’s time for the weekend! We asked the Beat staff to share the comics they’ll be reading. Let us know what you’re digging into in the comments! JOE GRUNENWALD: I have a stack of books I got for my birthday last month, including Frogcatchers
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Welcome to another belated recap of The Walking Dead where I’ll tackle last Sunday’s episode, “What We Become.” In this episode, we check in on Michonne’s quest to strengthen Alexandria and its allies against the Whisperers. If you need a recap of the fateful battle between Hilltop and the Whisperers, check out my recap. “There’s a
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Crunchyroll announced on Friday that Fruits Basket season 2 is being added to the streamer’s upcoming spring 2020 lineup, along with launch dates for several other shows including Tower of God, My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom, Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma, Woodpecker Detective’s Office and more. Fruits Basket – or at least
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It’s safe to say that we’re all going a little batty with all the self-isolation and social distancing. Fear not, for new episodes DC Super Hero Girls are now airing on Cartoon Network that include the first appearance of the Tween Titans! No, that’s not a typo. A decidedly different iteration of the Teen Titans
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HBO’s Watchmen ended last December, spurring controversy around its treatment of race and debate over whether or not director Damon Lindelhof would return to adapt another season of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons‘ original graphic novel. Well, I’m here to tell you that there’s something even better than another season – and that is the cast of Watchmen telling you
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No One’s Rose #1 Writers: Zac Thompson, Emily HornArtist: Alberto Jimenez-AlburquerqueColorist: Raúl AnguloLetterer: Hassan Otsmane-ElhaouPublisher: Vault Comics The planet as we know it has been destroyed. It’s gray and toxic and dangerous, thanks to constant abuse at the hands of humanity. In No One’s Rose #1 there is a glimmer of hope in the Green Zone, but nothing is
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