The Minority Retort – The Daily LITG, 31st July 2020

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The Minority Retort - The Daily LITG, 31st July 2020.
The Minority Retort – The Daily LITG, 31st July 2020.

The Minority Retort – and the ten most-read stories on Bleeding Cool yesterday.

Price points are back in the news courtesy of the current Empyre series, with 20 pages for $4.99. But the ending of The Minority Report from all those years ago was what you all really wanted to read about and discuss. I blame you.

  1. How The Missing Final Line Ruined Minority Report
  2. Sierra Counters: Defeating Team GO Rocket Leaders In Pokémon GO
  3. American Horror Story: Bassett, Ross Wouldn't Mind Marie Laveau Series
  4. Something Is Killing The Children Wants To Be The New Walking Dead
  5. Rick and Morty: Dan Harmon, Jeff Loveness React to "Acid" Emmy Nom
  6. Chu #1 Review: The Better Call Saul to Chew's Breaking Bad
  7. Death Metal: Legends Of Dark Knights Hits $25 Over The Robin King
  8. Which Came First? Batgirl #47, Nightwing #72 or Batman #95? SPOILERS
  9. Marvel Comics And The $4.99 Twenty-Page Comic Book
  10. Frank Cho Returns to Wonder Woman Variant Covers, For One Night Only?

ICYMI: five more you may prefer

They weren't in the top ten, but they may be just what you are looking for.

A year ago, everyone was talking 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia'…

  1. Todd McFarlane Yelled at Robert Kirkman About Cancelling The Walking Dead and Sees Spawn Going to #600
  2. Who Are The Secret Six Infected In DC's Year Of The Villain? Our Best Guesses
  3. "The Walking Dead" Offers First-Look at Spring 2020 Spinoff [PREVIEW]
  4. John Byrne She-Hulk, Power Pack, Uncanny X-Force, Black Widow Get Omnibuses – and Other Marvel Big Books For 2020
  5. Could the Joker be Batman's Last Robin? Last Knight on Earth #2 Preview
  6. Capcom Will Offer "Street Fighter V" Characters For A Timed Event
  7. "Riverdale" Not Taking Itself TOO Seriously Honors Luke Perry's Words
  8. "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia": A Reigniting of "The Office" War?
  9. Marvel Unleashes First Look at Marvel Monsters #1 [Preview]
  10. Image Comics Warns Retailers About 'Adult Content' in White Trees #1 by Chip Zdarsky and Kris Anka

What's happening today…

Comic Book birthdays today.

There may not be much 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.

  • Joyce Chin, artist on Vampirella.
  • Nate Powell, artist of March.
  • David Macho, comic book agent.
  • Chris Stevens, artist, colourist, co-creator of Skullkickers.
  • Bradley Walton, writer on Cavewoman, Oz.
  • Gary Barker, Garfield artist.

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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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