Monday Morning One-Liners [4/1/13]

Brian K Vaughan The Private Eye

Another solid week of comic book news, links, announcements, and more like Bruce Timm stepping down, a Planetary Omnibus, Rob Liefeld predictions and more.

Bruce Timm has stepped down from being the Supervising Producer. To work on more rumored projects though.

Brian K. Vaughan is shaking things up with a new series The Private Eye, which you can pay as much as you

Pay as much as you want for Brian K. Vaughan’s new series The Private Eye.

DC is (finally) publishing a Planetary Omnibus, digitally, through ComiXology, as an experiment.

Jimmy Palmiotti says his Batwing is “familiar and then unfamiliar ground all at the same time.”

Marvel confirmed the upcoming Avengers original graphic novel, Avengers: Endless Wartime.

DC’s upcoming documentary, Necessary Evil: Villains of DC Comics will “explore DC’s rogues in-depth.

Comic Book Resource’s FindAComicShop.com got a big overhaul.

Starting with issue #6 Nova will get a new creative team, Zeb Wells and Paco Medina.

Marvel is releasing an in-continuity graphic novel from the show Once Upon A Time.

Since The Spirit is no longer being published by DC Comics, IDW has picked it up.

The next IDW Artist’s Edition will be Bone: The Great Cow Race.

A new Avengers title will begin in July, Avengers A.I.

Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s Jupiter’s Legacy should top 150k in sales, according to Rob Liefeld.

The rumor is that Dial H will be canceled after issue #16.

It’s a for-real Bat-bench. You have to inquire about the price though.

Batgirl Beyond is just one of the many happenings for the digital-first “Beyond” series from DC.

Comics Alliance collects different redentions of the original HRC equality logo.

Different versions of the original HRC equality logo collected from Comics Alliance.

Skybound released The Walking Dead Risk and Monopoly games based on the comics.


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