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Daily LITG: Alfred Molina, Dominic Purcell and Laura Kinney – the ten most-read stories yesterday…
The world keeps turning, and America is beginning to heal from all the burns. Even if a few scabs need pulling off first.
- Spider-Man: No Way Home: Alfred Molina Confirms His Casting
- Legends of Tomorrow: Dominic Purcell Quits? "The Studio Does Not Care"
- What Will Be The Chase Card Of Pokémon TCG: Chilling Reign
- Laura Kinney is the Wolverine of the New X-Men
- Did Predator Lawsuit Scupper Marvel Comics Plans?
- Legends of Tomorrow: Dominic Purcell Returns, Blames Press; Post Gone
- Marvel Tells Retailers To Print X-Men: Evolution TPB Misprint Page
- X-Men Comics Previews: Way of X #1, X-Force #19, SWORD #5
- Predator Rights In Legal Dispute Between Original Writers & Disney
- DC To Reprint Katsuhiro Otomo's Batman Story in Future State Gotham
ICYMI: more you may prefer from yesterday.
In case you fancied more LITG about comic books.
- John Romita Jr's Batman Vs Spider-Man Original Artwork At Auction
- Chariot #2 Review: Wildly Confectionary
- Doctor Who Comic #2.1: Missy Review: Masterpiece Of Characterization
- Al Jaffee's MAD Magazine Superman Fold-Out Original Art At Auction
- Guardians Of The Galaxy #13 Review: Cosmic Adventure
- Scout's Honor #4 Review: Horrible Secrets Revealed
- Batman: Urban Legends #2 Review: A Strong Effort
- Dave Petersen Returns To Mouse Guard in July With Owlhen Caregiver
- Black Cat #5 Review: Really Engaging Storytelling
- Free Life In Strange Comic Will Feature Alex Chen From True Colors
- Heather Antos Leaves Valiant For IDW's Marvel and Star Wars Comics
- X-23 Joins The X-Men in The Daily LITG, 17th of April 2021
LITG one year ago, DC Comics, Diamond, Umbrella Academy
One year ago, the Diamond distribution monopoly of the direct market was shattered. We also got a view of new Umbrella Academy at this difficult time.
- Confirmed: Diamond Comics Makes Plan to Return to Distribution in May
- DC Comics' New Distributors are Midtown Comics and DCBS
- Diamond Responds to DC Comics' New Distributors – Where Is Batman #92
- The Umbrella Academy Season 2 Episode Titles Feed Our Speculation
- DC Will Distribute Print Comics For Sale on Tuesday 28th April
- More Details for Marvel Comics' Latest Pause
- Ubisoft Releases The "Just Dance 2020" Song List
- Bill Sienkiewicz Joins the Brokeback Pose Challenge
- WWE Superstar Lana Trashes Cuck Husband Rusev After WWE Release
- Now Marvel Comics Offers Virtual Backgrounds for Zoom Conferencing
Comic book birthdays today
There may still not be much of a party atmosphere right now. It all depends on which state you are living in. But comics folk are always getting older and still celebrating that special date.
- Mark McKenzie-Ray, Titan Comics editor.
- Comics radio interviewer Alex Fitch.
- Darryl Cunningham, Science cartoonist.
- Cartoonist Jon Scrivens
If you are in comics and have a birthday coming up – or you know someone who has – get in touch at email@example.com.
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