Men of War is the latest DC book to have a new creator announced for issue 7, and as Rich notes, there have been several other creative changes made in the New 52 around that point. Some time ago, Rich also mentioned a whiteboard somewhere in the DC offices tracking these things. I'd love to see a time-lapse video of that chronicling the first few months of the New 52.
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If you want to start hunting for clues behind Avengers Vs X-Men, you might want to start here… a preview of Avengers X-Sanction #1 by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness, out next week.
These aren't the only changes coming. Issue 7 seems the cut off point for many, with George Perez leaving Superman, Fabian Nicieza leaving Legion Lost for Tom DeFalco, and Ann Nocenti taking over from Keith Giffen and Dan Jurgens – who took over from JT Krul – on Green Arrow.
Recently, Bleeding Cool featured a letter from a Russian comic book pirate, requesting unlettered art files from Skullkickers creator Jim Zubavich, so that he could create Russian language translation illegal copies of the Skullkickers comic.
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The BBC are finally going to give us what we want and screen the second series of Sherlock.
The Farrelly Brothers have tried for years to get this Three Stooges do-over made, and finally they've succeeded. In getting it made.
It's a popular misconception that the non-linear structure of Pulp Fiction is nothing but a conceit, and perhaps a vain one, or something simply used to "keep things interesting." It is, instead, an integral part of how the film builds its meanings and creates its impact upon the audience.
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