Marvel’s all female X-Men book, Rob Liefeld’s screenplay, and the DC writers retreat were just a few of the things that caught our eye this last week.
An all female character X-Men book is on the way, but it will be written by a man.
I’m surprised it took Marvel this long to have their own line of Mr. Potato Heads.
DC Comics is having a retreat for their writers, during which time they are supposed to come up with a big idea.
Marvel’s line of MAX comics are now available digitally.
DC Comics and Warner Bros. say the Justice League movie will star Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and Green Lantern – no surprise there.
Marvel’s spring event will be The Age of Ultron.
DC Comics has settled their lawsuit with a Florida Barbershop that was using Superman logs without permission.
Diamond Comic Distributors UK have dropped the Marvel UK titles, so times are about to get tough for UK comic fans.
Ball State University (which is apparently the name of a real college) is offering an open online course titled Gender Through Comic Books.
Green Lantern John Stewart made Cracked.com’s list of “Hilariously Failed Attempts at Making Comics More Diverse.”
Axel Alonso calls the new Nova, Sam Alexander, “Peter Parker crossed with Luke Skywalker.“
A pretty detailed look into whether or not the Siege storyline would work in Marvel’s cinematic universe.
Rob Liefeld wrote a screenplay based on his co-forming of Image, called Icons, you can read it.
Abhay Khosla of The Comics Journal also had one, about Rob Liefeld, funny stuff.
Ivan Reis says his secret is to “whistle movie themes” when drawing.