A bit of a puzzler in the top slot, which picked up steam during the day. Everybody likes Aquaman. But: Which means Justice League International readers will miss the final two issues of that comic, and unless they object, will receive issues of Superman instead. And subscribers to Aquaman will be switched to Justice League (and pocket the difference in price) and Justice League Dark subscribers will, bizarrely, be switched to Batman: The Dark Knight. Read more.
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A number of DC subscribers have contacted Bleeding Cool rather annoyed that DC Comics have told them that they can no longer get their favourite books in this fashion, and they will be cancelled with issue 10.
Now there will be some spoilers in this piece, I'll try to avoid all the big ones, but you are going to find out who wins between Gambit and Captain America, there's no getting around it. Sorry.
If there is a Big Bad of the Justice League, comprising Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and Cyborg, then you can be sure he's going to be the Big Bad of pretty much everyone. And Geoff Johns has been seeding him for a few issues now.
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Elementary is a modern day take on the Sherlock Holmes stories, set in New York and coming to US TV this Autumn. CBS have sent out this first official image of our lead characters – Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes and Lucy Liu as disgraced doctor Joan Watson.
Almost nothing. The year the film is coming out. The year of this poster's copyright. The lack of a 2 in the title, despite what I already said. The subtitle. That some people wear the same shoes and trousers quite a lot. That there's no space for Christina Applegate – not even her feet.
We know President Obama used to read comics. Even when he was all grown up. Appearing on The View, he was asked about Kardashians, Fifty Shades Of Gray, Dancing With The Stars, Jessica Simpson, Modern Family and… The Avengers, asked to name three of them.