Swamp Thing by Scott Snyder and Yanick Paquette
Animal Man by Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman
Justice League Dark by Peter Milligan and Mikel Janin
Frankenstein by Jeff Lemire and Alberto Ponticelli
Resurrection Man by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning & Fernando Dagnino
Action Comics by Grant Morrison and Rags Morales
Batman by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
I dislike the "reboot" thing and think DC is handling it poorly, but there is no way in hell that we don't get some good books out of this.
yup. And you can tell the good books because they will be cancelled in 12 issues or less.
The Strange Talent Of Luther Strode #1 From Image In October Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors
sounds cool.From Justin Jordan and Tradd Moore comes a new comic from Image, The Strange Talent of Luther Strode, from October.
To quote the author, “It’s about a skinny, bullied kid who orders an old time bodybuilding course from a comic book, and finds out that it works. What he doesn’t know that is that the book is actually a tryout for an ancient murder cult, and Luther’s new strength and talent comes with certain strings attached….
“Or, more simply, it’s about a geek who thinks he’s becoming a superhero when he’s really becoming a slasher.”
Image is putting out a lot of good stuff, too, lately.
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Steve Kloves Interview THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN
8 Things We Learned About The Amazing Spider-Man
•At first, Kloves turned down the job of doing script work for the film. But after speaking with producer Laura Ziskin, and reconsidering, he decided to acquiesce. He also said he really wanted to write for Emma Stone.
•The bulk of Kloves’ work on the script was character and dialogue.
•He says the tone is more realistic than the previous Spider-Man films. He wanted to make sure that the film was grounded in reality, because he said he can’t write cartoony dialogue. They told him reality was what they wanted, they wanted him to write Peter Parker as a real character.
•He said he wrote very naturalistically. There’s a lot of humor, but it’s naturalistic humor, not jokes.
•Since Sony is planning a trilogy, they asked him to write the sequel, but he declined, he said he dated the property, he doesn’t wanna marry it.
•He said there’s a reason that their Spider-Man has mechanical webshooters as opposed to organic ones. Kloves says he wrote some really cool things involving the mechanical webshooters.
•Marvel was very involved in the film, as they are will all movies based on their properties. They provided a sort of bible of things that were crucial to the character.
•He says Mark Webb was really schooling himself in 3D, and wanted to shoot the movie in a sort of pure form of 3D, in a sophisticated way.