A new comic by Christopher Cantwell and Luca Casalanguida will finally solve the Kennedy assassination in November at BOOM! Studios.
One that now opens in Washington DC, November 1963, with JFK talking to Superman his plans for the future, about wanting to put a man on Mars by the end of the decade. Because they are already going to the Moon right there and then, with Superman tagging along for the trip But JFK wants more[...]
Marilyn Monroe TV Series in Development from "Yellowstone" Producer; Will Focus on Icon's Final Months
I know it’s basic and totally cliche to love Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe, but really? Is there anyone out there who doesn’t love the late starlet and
Nick Spencer: "What A Time To Be On A Flight To JFK… This Exact Place, At This Exact Moment In History"
We've referenced the steady flow of tweets he produces on the subject numerous times throughout the Presidential campaign and well beyond. Given the givens of recent history, both in Marvel comics and in politics, it's a fascinating coincidence that he arrived at JFK tonite in the middle of the massive protests against President Donald Trump's immigration ban[...]
Amidst the protests against President Donald Trump's executive order banning immigrants from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States, Marvel Comics writer Brian Bendis landed at JFK airport in New York City moments ago and tweeted: Just landed in JFK, and this is the first thing I saw[...]
This, however is the first time that one has respectably focused on the impact of the assassination on Jackie herself. The film's framing is that of Jackie (played superbly by Natalie Portman) meeting with Life magazine reporter Theodore White (Billy Crudup) just seven days after the assassination of JFK and a mere four days after the[...]
And yesterday, some people in comics remembered that. Wait, he dies? Thanks for spoiling JFK for me, guys. — Devin Faraci (@devincf) November 22, 2013 Disneyland, the day after the JFK assassination pic.twitter.com/SVbtTwMfX0 — Devin Faraci (@devincf) November 22, 2013 If we ever do find out more about who was behind the JFK assassination, I bet the answer will be[...]
Today, The 50th Anniversary Of Doctor Who Gets The Google Doodle. Not The Assassination Of JFK. (UPDATE For US Readers)
It's a funny old world, isn't it? Games galore... but no War Doctor? Mark updates: Appears not to have rolled out in the US yet. Try google.co.uk for now.
Last night, Bleeding Cool ran the news that Al Plastino was objecting to the auctioning of his Superman artwork that featured a story with President Kennedy published just after his death, which, he believed, had been donated to a Kennedy Musuem. Noah Fleisher, spokesman for Heritage Auctions has now written to us saying; Our consignor purchased the[...]
Let's face it, you don't have the opportunity to write a headline like that every day. So, thank you Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan and Tony Moore for this