Most-Read TV/Film Stories Friday:
There's an implicit promise of excitement, key plot points and maybe even big choices in the latest episode announcement for Agents of SHIELD.
We've seen a lot of evidence that Peter Davison has been up to something a touch sneaky and hopefully rather fun to mark the Doctor Who 50th anniversary. It's now fairly clear just what the secret project actually is.
Tony Panaccio wants Bill Murray to know something.
Most-Read Comic Stories Friday:
Moon Knight will get a new Marvel Now series from Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey, and Jordie Bellaire in March
It's a funny old world, isn't it? Games galore… but no War Doctor?
In retrospect, it should have been obvious that the Library of Congress would have one of the greatest comics collections in the world, but for some reason I never thought "comics" when I thought of the U.S.' national library. Well, it turns out it has a collection of more than 11,000 titles with over 130,000 single issues, not including double copies or the multiple thousands of comics that are still in line to be catalogued, nor does it include the thousands of graphic novels and collected editions stored in a separate division than the single issue comics. Also, it's a collection that grows by roughly 2,500 new comics a year.