But when the ticket sales were accounted for on Monday, Paramount said "Captain America" had actually collected $65.1 million over the weekend. Of course, that's still a solid opening — one that's more than $10 million higher than the debuts of both "Green Lantern" and "X-Men: First Class" in June. —'Captain America' didn't beat 'Thor' after all – latimes.com
"Having discovered I can do it differently from the television show," says Whedon of the bigger-than-TV world of "Season Eight," "I discovered that I didn't really want to."
the Seattle-based company plans to publish The Complete Zap Comix. The book, which will collect every issue of the seminal underground comics series to date, is tentatively scheduled to be released in the fall of 2012. It will be a hardbound, two-volume slipcase, similar to their collections of Harvey Kurtzman's Humbug magazine and Bill Mauldin's Willie & Joe series.
On the same day that Fantagraphics announced The Complete Zap Comix, the publisher revealed it will bring yet another treasure trove of groundbreaking comics back to the stands. At its panel at Comic-Con International and in an interview with The Comics Reporter's Tom Spurgeon, Fantagraphics announced it had acquired the rights to publish the EC Comics library from the representatives of its late publisher, William M. Gaines.
"When you look at what The Avengers should be, the kind of story you're looking at is much more like The Magnificent Seven or The Dirty Dozen. Even the recent reboot of Star Trek I thought did a really good job of bringing a bunch of different characters together on a mission."
So he's Korean instead of Chinese, which actually appears to have been an oversight on the part of editorial, or maybe just Jim getting mixed up on the spot, but the fact remains. Ryan Choi is alive, well, and once again….he's the All New Atom.
The actor is yet to say who he will be playing in the film, but fans have been busy speculating about the character he might take on. Many believe he may have been cast as Uhu, the henchman and bodyguard of Ra's al Ghul, who is being played by Liam Neeson.
The reuniting of writer Matt Fraction and his former UNCANNY X-MEN artist Terry Dodson spearheads an all-new, ongoing DEFENDERS series beginning this December. The events of Fear Itself will lead to a new formation of the legendary Marvel team, spotlighting such heroes as Doctor Strange, Namor the Sub-Mariner, The Silver Surfer, Iron Fist, Red She-Hulk and a roundtable of other Marvel favorites.
A sharp eyed reader, velcrochick, sent me the some very interesting images from SDCC. A set of playing cards designed for the CN Young Justice show. Sure they current cast is there. But these cards had some folks we haven't seen yet. Including a particular DC female character that has long been speculated about joining the show.
There were more announcements: a new creator-owned Love and Capes 6-issue mini-series from writer/artist Thom Zahler; a title where the horror of immortality is explored when Death has nothing to do for the day (Monocyte) a weekly action book that would thrill Scott Campbell fans (The Courage); and the band played on when I slipped out early to make another engagement.