The Death Of Superman & David Bowie in the Daily LITG, 30th July 2022

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The Death Of Superman, Today, in the Daily LITG 27th July 2022
The Death Of Superman, Today, in the Daily LITG 29th July 2022

LITG: The Death Of Superman

  1. DC Comics Officially Announces The Death of Superman Tomorrow. Again.
  2. The Sandman: Neil Gaiman Breaks Some Bad News to A David Bowie Fan
  3. Star Trek: Lower Decks S03E01, S03E02 Images; SNW Crossover Video
  4. Marvel Cans Omnibus Orders for Spider-Man 2099, Rebellion & What If
  5. Titans S04: "Beloved Character" Learns Why He's Called Brother Blood?
  6. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor: Cameron Monaghan Talks Fallen Order Sequel
  7. Mark Brooks On Gabe Eltaeb At San Diego Comic-Con
  8. DC Confirms Batman's Not Married To Catwoman In Batman #126 Preview
  9. Star Trek: Melissa Navia Sees Shatner Stans for Who They Really Are
  10. Hasbro Celebrating 50 Years of Ghost Rider with HasLab Teaser

ICYMI: more you may prefer from yesterday.

In case you fancied more LITG about comics.

LITG one year ago, Charlie Day's Day

Charlie Day's Day In The Daily LITG, 30th July 2021
LITG – Instagram video screencap
  1. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Charlie Day's Looking to Get Paid
  2. Jeopardy! Host LeVar Burton Part of Not-So-Great Game Show First
  3. Ravensburger Reveals American Monsters & New Mystery Board Games
  4. Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over Black Widow's Hybrid Release
  5. Frank Miller No Longer Attending Thought Bubble After Creator Boycott
  6. Jock Makes Bold Choice of Batman as Subject for DC Black Label Book
  7. What Will Dean Cain Say When He Hears About New Superman? (Spoiler)
  8. The Walking Dead: Yup, Jeffrey Dean Morgan's A Pretty, Badass Unicorn
  9. Funko's New TMNT NTFs Introduce Gambling Into Pop Collecting
  10. Disney Responds to Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow Suit
  11. Biff! Bam! Pow! Comics Aren't Just for Adults Anymore!
  12. Jock Makes Bold Choice of Batman as Subject for DC Black Label Book
  13. Titan To Publish Norm Konyu's The Junction In Hardcover in 2022
  14. The Presidents Of The Other History Of The DC Universe #5 (Spoilers)
  15. Zainab Akhtar's Final Shortbox Box Gets Record Orders
  16. Little, Brown To Publish Tim McCanna's Peach & Plum Graphic Novels
  17. No Longer Miller Time- The Daily LITG, 29th July 2021

LITG two years ago – $4.99

Price points are back in the news courtesy of the current Empyre series, with 20 pages for $4.99. Is that a price point too far?

  1. Marvel Comics And The $4.99 Twenty-Page Comic Book
  2. Rick and Morty: Dan Harmon, Jeff Loveness React to "Acid" Emmy Nom
  3. American Horror Story: Bassett, Ross Wouldn't Mind Marie Laveau Series
  4. How The Missing Final Line Ruined Minority Report
  5. Buizel Spotlight Hour Tonight in Pokemon GO, But Will It Be Shiny?
  6. Cable, Like Polyamorous Father, Like Polyamorous Son?
  7. Tom King Issues Full Apology to Jae Lee, Removes Tweets
  8. Dynamite Entertainment Posts Comicsgate Statement – Is It Enough?
  9. Supernatural, Good Omens: Misha Collins, Michael Sheen's Divine Cause
  10. Dragon Week Unlocked At Pokémon GO Fest 2020
  11. The Heroes Of The Empyre Go To War (Spoilers)
  12. Which Came First? Batgirl #47, Nightwing #72 or Batman #95? SPOILERS
  13. The Pandemic Comes to Todd McFarlane's Spawn, But Is It Our Pandemic?
  14. Why Do Cotati Prefer Wakanda To Krakoa and Mexico? (Empyre Spoilers)
  15. DC Comics Makes Hellblazer: Rise And Fall #1 Returnable

LITG three years ago – 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia'…

  1. "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia": A Reigniting of "The Office" War?
  2. Bethesda Softworks Releases A Summer Roadmap For "Fallout 76"
  3. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" Spawned a 2014 Russian Edition?!?
  4. "Critical Role": Changing Viewing Habits and TV's Future [OPINION]
  5. Jonah Weiland, Founder of CBR, Now Vice President of DC Comics
  6. House of X, the Second Coming of Morrison's New X-Men? [X-ual Healing 7-24-19]
  7. "The Walking Dead" Offers First-Look at Spring 2020 Spinoff [PREVIEW]
  8. Judge Makes Recommendations in Case Between Richard Meyer and Mark Waid Over Claims of Tortious Interference and Defamation
  9. Locke & Key Changes Name, New Series by Joe Hill and Martin Simmonds to be Previewed
  10. "Swamp Thing" Fails Alan Moore's "Anatomy Lesson" [OPINION]

Comic Book birthdays today.

There might be partially slightly more of a party atmosphere right now. All depends on which state you are living in. But comics folk are still getting older and still celebrating that special date. With eleven years for us as well.

  • Chris Sprouse of Tom Strong, Supreme
  • Chris Kotsakis of Artistacomics
  • Nate Bellegarde of Brit and Nowhere Men
  • Theo Scheresky, writer of Late Sunsets Early Sunrises

If you are in comics and have a birthday coming up – or you know someone who has – get in touch at richjohnston@bleedingcool.com.

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About Rich Johnston

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
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