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LITG: Kindred, Star Trek and Superboy Prime – the ten most-read stories yesterday…
What you were reading yesterday, the numbers don't lie.
- Speculation Over *That* Amazing Spider-Man #50 Ending, Were We Right?
- Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Opening Title Scene Ripe for Speculation
- Death Metal #4 Uses Superboy Prime To Address Toxic Fandom (Spoilers)
- Full "An Inter-Egg-Sting Development" Research Tasks In Pokémon GO
- Pawniard, Sandile, & Vullaby Are Live In Pokémon GO
- How The Boys Subverts, Then Falls Prey to [SPOILERS] Trope: Opinion
- Crossover Is The Biggest Image Comics Launch Since Danger Girl
- He-Man, Charmed and Dave Bautista – The Daily LITG, 14th October 2020
- Thunderbolts Returns – King In Black Solicitations For January 2021
- Alan Moore's Complete Providence Compendium – Order Now
ICYMI: five more you may prefer from yesterday.
But there were lots of big comic book stories bubbling under the surface…
- Ava's Demon Kicks Half A Million on Kickstarter for Skybound
- Unboxing Marvel: The Bronze Age 1970–1980 From The Folio Society
- Mirka Andolfo Promises Mercy Sequel, Merciless From Image For 2021
- Callings, Clones and the Sheriff Of Blightspoke In Today's X Of Swords
- First Punisher Original Artwork Goes to Auction, Estimated $2 Million
- Little Bird Sequel, Precious Metal, Now From Image in 2021
One year ago, Kevin Feige took the reigns
And Batman had only one way to talk with his children.
- Marvel Shocker: Kevin Feige Takes Over Comics as New Chief Creative Officer
- Batman Explains Why He Beats His Children in Batman #81 [Preview]
- Could New Comics Overlord Kevin Feige Kill the Marvel Universe?
- Top 5 Reasons WWE Fired Eric Bischoff and Made Brother Love Head of Smackdown
- Alan Davis Launches Tarot From Marvel Comics in January 2020
- Moira MacTaggert Will Get Her Own Comic in Dawn Of X
- Daily Mail Runs a Story About Dan Slott's Tweets About the Joker Movie
- Marvel Comics Solicits For Ruins Of Ravencroft, Iron Man 2020, Guardians, Star Wars and Thor Launches in January 2020
- Rob Liefeld is Happy Kevin Feige Took Over Marvel Comics, But He's Still Taking a Break
- "Suicide Squad" Actor Addresses Absence From Upcoming Sequel
- "House of X": Jonathan Hickman Writes about Fascism Again – He Always Did
- A Slightly More Sober Look at Tonight's Marvel Executive Changes – How Will This Affect the TV and Comics?
- Damian Gets Catfished in Teen Titans #35 [Preview]
- You May Not Have Enough Data To Use Google Stadia
- Only Adults With Children Allowed in Brooklyn's Loot Comic Shop
And two years ago, Gerry Conway still made headlines…
And we had, literally, over a thousand cosplay photos from NYCC.
- Gerry Conway Calls Out DC, Geoff Johns for Failing to Credit Comic Creators on Titans
- Halo: The Master Chief Collection Will Receive Several New Options
- Wolverine Finally Takes Responsibility in Next Week's Old Man Logan #49
- Almost A Thousand Cosplay Photos From New York Comic Con 2018
- Goodbye, Jon Snow: Kit Harington has Shaved his Beard Off
LITG: Happening today
There's still stuff going on. Most of it online. But not all.
- The Art of the Novel: A Graphic Novel Workshop Series, hosted by Roeliff Jansen Community Library. Cartoonist Barbara Slate will be leading a FREE four-class Zoom workshop on how to create a graphic novel, write a character study, focus on the narrative of the story, and create layouts. 6-8pm ET
- Barbican Comic Forum / What comic makes the best film? Online Event, hosted by London Graphic Novel Network, 5.30-7.30pm BST
- Graphic Novel Club hosted by Collinsville Memorial Library Center. Youth grades 5-12 are invited to discuss graphic novels with the Collinsville Library Graphic Novel Club at 6:30pm on the third Thursday of each month
LITG: Comic book industry birthdays
There may not be much of a party atmosphere right now. All depends on which state you are living in. But comics folk are still getting older and still celebrating that special date.
- Aquaman and Justice League inker of Ivan Reis, Joe Prado
- Five Ghosts, Solar and Violent Love writer Frank J Barbiere
- Assassins Creed cover artist Amrit Birdi
- Writer of Exterminators, Hellblazer, Testament and Swamp Thing, and former DC editor Jonathan Vankin
- Iron Man and Eternals writer Charles Knauf
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