Nick Spencer Swaps Spider-Man For Substack, Daily LITG 19th June 2021

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Nick Spencer Swaps Spider-Man For Substack – The Daily LITG, 19th June 2021

The cover to Amazing Spider-Man #74 by Patrick Gleason, the final issue to be written by Nick Spencer

The world keeps turning, and America is beginning to heal from all the burns. Even if a few scabs need pulling off first.

  1. Brand New Day for Spider-Man as Nick Spencer Swings Off Into Sunset
  2. Exclusive Star Wars: The Black Series Figures Drop Today From Hasbro
  3. DC Comics Launches I Am Batman #1 by John Ridley and Olivier Coipel
  4. Letterkenny Finally Gets Their Own Wave of Pops From Funko
  5. Regigigas Raid Guide For Pokémon GO Players: June 2021
  6. Marvel Universe to End in Dark Ages This September
  7. DC Comics September 2021 Solicits and Solicitations
  8. Dan DiDio Scraps New DC Comics Timeline For The Second Time
  9. Doctor Who: Mandip Gill Shares Jodie Whittaker's Birthday Mode Look
  10. Hasbro Unveils Star Wars Card Back Designs For Maul and Ahsoka

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LITG one year ago, Cameron Stewart and Warren Ellis

Bleeding Cool finally published an article on recent allegations against Warren Ellis made on social media. As with the Cameron Stewart article and others in the pipeline, these things took a lot of time. I hope you understood why sometimes these stories take longer to publish than others.

  1. DC Drops Cameron Stewart Comic After Social Media Allegations
  2. Warren Ellis Accused Of Grooming Young Women For Decades
  3. "Street Fighter" Cammy Gets Three New Statues from PCS Collectibles
  4. Immortal Hulk to End With Its Fiftieth Issue
  5. Dan DiDio Has a New Job in the DC Universe
  6. DC Comics Rumoured to Expand Walmart Presence
  7. Naruto Shippuden SDCC 2020 Exclusives Arrive at Entertainment Earth
  8. DC Adds John Byrne Generations, Grant Morrison Superman Omnibuses
  9. It's Not Just Cameron Stewart – The Daily LITG, 18th June 2020
  10. Surprise New Walking Dead Comic – Negan Lives – For July 1st

LITG two years ago, Clark Kent is an Awful Boyfriend

Two years ago, everything somehow seemed more pleasant – but who knew at the time?

  1. Now Marvel Teases Spider-Man Z
  2. UNIQLO Shows Off A New Blizzard Entertainment Collection
  3. Watch Out Lois Lane, Frank Miller's Clark Kent is an Awful Boyfriend
  4. Jim Lee Draws Spider-Man, Michonne, and Spawn For San Diego Comic-Con's 50th Anniversary
  5. The Time The Hulk Beat the Crap Out of Hulk Hogan in Marvel Comics Presents

Comic Book birthdays today

There may not be much of a party atmosphere right now. It all depends on which state you are living in. But comic folk are still getting older and still celebrating that special date with twelve years for us as well.

  • Dan Buckley, President of Marvel Entertainment
  • Dan Fraga, artist on Bloodstrike, Gear Station, Wolverine, and director of the Ricky Gervais Show.
  • Andy Liegl, Sales Manager – Valiant Entertainment
  • David Accampo, writer of Lost Angels
  • Gabe Fieramosco, comic show organiser as Atomic Crush Entertainment
  • Alonso Nuñez of Little Fish Comics Studio

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About Rich Johnston

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
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