ByrneWatch: From the boards;
Since when is Robin a girl?
Since I suggested it to Frank on a flight back from a convention in Atlanta, one year, and a wee while later he used the idea in THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS.
PadWatch: Now the Kindle yaoi censorship spreads to heterosexual content too.
ThorWatch: Pagans speak out about the commercialisation of deities in Thor. Will this be the start of a War Against Solstice?
The truth is, I looked at the toys in my hands and I saw the result of millions of dollars of development and thousands of hours of manpower, put into something bearing the name of a god, my god, and it had nothing to do with me. Their Thor was a god forgotten by all except the few quiet geeks who read his adventures in Journey into Mystery and The Mighty Thor for forty years. It wasn't that they meant to upset or unsettle me; they simply realized that people like me were too few to matter. It's impossible to think of a story about Jesus like this, not written to pander to or irritate Christians, but simply not considering them at all.
CosplayWatch: Mojo is coming for you. Coming for you!
This is Computo the Comic Link Conqueror speaking. I come for your women. But for now I merely collate comic-related bits and pieces online. One day I will rule. Until that day, read on.
NBC's Wonder Woman is considered less certain despite heavy online interest in the costume. Should the David E. Kelley project make the cut for fall, it will be interesting to see if the Peacock grants his request to to air the pilot commercial free (but with a sponsor, no doubt).
We're very sorry to announce that Tokyopop's BLU titles have been removed permanently from emanga.com ahead of the expected deadline. DMP received a request from Gentosha Publishing to take the titles down despite the contractional deadline. For those of you lucky enough to have picked up these titles, you won't have any issues accessing them on your reading list. We wish we could've given fair warning but this needed to be done in 24 hours.
He then proceeded to pull out not only the script for The Avengers, but he also had the script for Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, and Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger.
Scooper 'EvilElvis' sent in these photos of a set for Marvel's The Avengers, which is currently filming for a May 4, 2012 release.