The new Godzilla comic book series to be published in March will appear in next week's Diamond Previews as Godzilla: World's End. However by the time it is actually published, it will be called Godzilla: Oblivion. Any idea why? Could it be too close to this book? Anyway, when you see "World's End", think "Oblivion"…
There are so many news stories happening today. So here are 26 that didn't make it to the front page on their own. New 52: Futures End Concludes With A Happy Ever After As was always planned. Avengers Try Baby Tossing As A Way To Appease The Gods And Prevent Secret Wars Surely more likely […]
When holidaying through the multiverse, it is sometimes tempting to elieve the grass is always greener. So in New 52: Futures End, the new Batman Beyond persuades Brother Eye to look across the multiverse to another reality… And in Earth 2: World's End, that's exactly where they are… …and the Green Lantern looks back again. […]
If you are planning a trip to another dimension, it's always good to take some precautions. For example, take Earth Two in World's End #23, it might be advisable to check whether or not it has been encapsulated by Apokalips and is in the process of being utterly destroyed. Dimensional travel sickness can cause distressing […]
The multiverse used to consist of an infinite number of worlds. DC was on Earth One, Marvel was on Earth 616. That last one was always a good joke. But DC's Crisis reduced that to one before it broke out again into the current fifty-two. One for every week of the year. That was slightly […]
We told you that DC Comics would be having a mini-relaunch in June. Relaunches, new titles, all to follow the April/May Convergence event. Well, DC Comics solicitations being released today do seem to confirm that, so far announcing the cancellation of Green Lantern Corps, Star Spangled War Stories, Infinity Man And The Forever People, Secret […]
Catwoman turns hard drug dealer. Just say to yourself, it's all going to work out, it's all going to work out, it's all going to work out. Though I think she's done well to resist smuggling in catnip. And that is how Deathstroke dies, in Futures End. Don't worry, he's get resurrected into some kind […]
From the New 52, DC Comics famously banned Batwoman from getting married to her girlfriend Maggie Sawyer – indeed, they banned all marriages, gay or straight, from their leading men and women (with the exception of Grant Morrison-related Animal Man). To the extent that Aquaman was written as married – just without saying the words. […]
Is everyone excited about today's comics? Thank you Regular Show: Skips. Well, let's get on with it then! And… all the excitement has gone. Man, it's a tough day at the office on Cadmus Island, in Futures End… Turok #9 extols the attraction of my own country and I find it very hard to argue […]
We have so many great comic books out today. Little Nemo #2 demonstrates the treats in store. Such as Savage Dragon #199, where every page in this comic is a double page splash, going from Hell to Earth in time for a certain Savage Dragon #200 next month…. but how much bigger can they go […]
A few changes 'twixt solicitation and publication that may be of note…. Danny Miki appears to be joining the credits for the upcoming DC weekly Earth 2 Worlds End according to the cover… But that's not Andrew Hope apparently. Any ideas? X-Factor #18 is no longer an Axis crossover… Giuseppe Camuncoli will join the solicited Olivier Coipel […]
As Bleeding Cool told you back in January, DC Comics are publishing a new weekly series set in the alternative universe of Earth 2. And back last June, we told you that a planned Earth 2 second series with the then-Earth 2 writer James Robinson, was enough to make Robinson walk off the book. Now, […]
Ha ha, Simon Pegg, ha ha. From Los Angeles… Everyone's gone to see World's End, right?
We spent a fair bit of time speaking with Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright at San Diego Comic Con. Here's the first of our reports.
Patrick Willems continues his journey to San Diego Comic Con, and this time gets to see The World's End and shake Edgar Wright by the hand as he promises himself he would. But how? Here's how. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDBsjU1VjC4[/youtube] Catch his previous episodes below, and his actual interview with the World's End Three on the other side […]
Patrick Willems continues his video coverage of San Diego Comic Con (after a quick break for his epic Breaking Bad Jr video) – this time is was collecting the required cards to get into the screening… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3RX-Sj8T3s[/youtube] You can see the previous installments below… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nNiVjtgiVU[/youtube] [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3Xv1UKe-YU[/youtube] [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4dw4l55li0[/youtube]
So we have a prize. To see the World's End. Out in the US on the 23rd August, Canada last week on the 6th August and the UK back in the 19th July. Here's what's on offer. $50 Visa gift card to see The World's End. We will want to see proof that you used […]
I'd recommend going into full screen mode for this.
So, okay, we know this chap's name and he's got a fanclub of the likes we rarely see in Blighty, but what's so special about Edgar Wright anyway?
This features some new footage, and if you pause it in the right place, you'll see some extremely busted up robothings. Ouch.