DC is suing people, DC AND Marvel are jointly suing people, and Marvel is releasing the biggest hardcover in the history of the universe. So…busy week in comic news.
Marvel is releasing a 720-page hardcover in June; Wolverine: Adamantium Collection, it weighs 16 pounds and will cost you your first born child.
Good news concerning Peter David and his recent stroke, he’s coming home early!
In case you missed it Cartoon Network has cancelled Young Justice and Green Lantern and replaced it with Beware the Batman and Teen Titans.
An Ant Man movie is in the works for a 2014 release, Doctor Strange is being mentioned as well.
Marvel and DC are suing an indie comic artist for naming his book A World Without Superheroes…because they can…I guess.
And because DC loves to be in court they also tried to block an Australian company for trying to register the name “Superman Workout,” it seems like they have failed though.
Savage Hawkman has been canceled by DC Comics.
The new Superman animated movie, Unbound, is up, has a trailer, and is rated PG-13 in part to a rude gesture!
Does your comic shop sell comics pre-bagged?
The Mark Millar
Mark Waid books Nemesis and Hit-Girl are now available at comiXology.
I concur with IGN, Cartoon Network needs a Flash TV show.
Action Lab Entertainment (whoever that is) is releasing a NFL RUSH ZONE comic book based on the animated TV series (whatever that is).
Square Enix and Dark Horse Comics are teaming up to release a Tomb Raider comic.
M.O.D.O.K. had one of the 7 best comebacks from The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
Comic creators Ron Frenz, Barry Kitson, and more discuss some industry tips from Cloud Comix.
Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye is getting props for being “funny as hell.“
If you live in the eastern part of Texas, there might be a comic book/nerd club in your area!