Captain Marvel costume

With Captain Marvel debuting soon, we’ve rounded up a few stories related to the upcoming female-fronted Marvel Studios movie. Read on to read Kevin Feige‘s comments about the comic character’s “bathing suit” costume, how Brie Larson fought for a more inclusive press tour, get a look at a new Captain Marvel-inspired line of clothing, and read between the lines of a new interview that could potentially hint at who may be the next Captain Marvel after Larson hangs up her suit.
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kill them all movie

Kill Them All is the latest comic book property coming to the big screen. The 2015 graphic novel by Kyle Starks is being developed into a feature film by Paramount Pictures with Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse producers Josh Abblebaum and André Nemec attached to adaptation.

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dc universe comic books

DC Universe wants to be your one-stop shop for all things DC Comics. The digital platform launched in September of last year on Batman Day to much hype, with original titles, classic movies and TV shows, and an impressive catalogue to bolster its standing in the crowded streaming field. Now that the service has found its footing, it’s looking to make another major expansion for its comic book catalogue.

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Galaxy's Edge comic

Theme park visitors will be able to step into the fictional world of Batuu when Disney’s new Star Wars land opens later this year, but before the doors open, comic readers can get a better glimpse of that setting in a newly-announced Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge comic book miniseries.

Marvel Comics has announced a five-issue miniseries that takes place at the Black Spire Outpost, the shady trading port on the fictional Outer Rim planet. Learn more details about the miniseries below, and read on to find out what the Millennium Falcon is doing on Batuu in the first place.
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dc comics joins comixology unlimited

When Marvel Comics joined Comixology’s new Unlimited subscription plan two years ago, it only seemed a matter of time until DC Comics joined the fold. Now, two years after Marvel was added and three years after the digital comics retailer launched its $6 a month all-you-can-read subscription plan, DC Comics joins Comixology Unlimited, making available to subscribers thousands of DC and Vertigo titles.

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Brian K Vaughan movies

For anyone who’s been paying attention to the world of comic books for the past couple of decades, people like Brian K. Vaughan, Kelly Sue DeConnick, and Matt Fraction are rockstars. Now all three of them have deals with Legendary to produce original content and adapt some of their beloved comic properties into movies and TV shows. Could this mean that a Saga TV series or a Sex Criminals movie could be in our future? Read More »

5 Worlds

Making comics can seem like a complete mystery to those who aren’t actively making them, but the conceit is simple: words and pictures tell a story. However, actually understanding how they move from concept to page can be a massive undertaking.

I recently sat down with the brilliant artist and author Mark Siegel (Sailor Twain, or the Mermaid in the Hudson) to talk about his gorgeous fantasy comic series 5 Worlds. Not only did Siegel share the story of how the sprawling epic came to be, but he also provided us with some exclusive process videos which showcase exactly how the lovely middle grade graphic novel series has come together. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how the proverbial sausage gets made, keep reading and get ready to explore the craft of making comics like never before. Read More »

the sculptor movie

Short Term 12 director Destin Daniel Cretton has lined up his next project. After wowing critics with his second feature film, Cretton’s next move has been highly anticipated and his newest project could be a project worthy of his talents.

Cretton is set to helm the feature adaptation of Scott McCloud‘s acclaimed graphic novel, The Sculptor. The project has been picked up by Warner Bros., and will soon head to the big screen.

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Darth Vader's Castle

Disney CEO Bob Iger recently indicated that production on Star Wars movies will be slowing down, but fans will still get their fill of a galaxy far, far away in Lucasfilm’s canonical novels, games, and comic books. Case in point: the pages of Marvel Comics’ Darth Vader #22 have revealed some new information for fans to chew over, including the secret purpose behind Darth Vader’s castle on Mustafar, as well as a newly-uncovered weapon that may be the single most evil device in all of Star Wars lore.
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captain marvel origin story

Some comic book characters’ backstories are simple. Batman’s parents are murdered in front of him, inspiring him to become The Dark Knight. Superman’s home planet explodes and he crash lands on Earth, etc.

The Captain Marvel origin story is…well, it’s considerably more complicated than that. But now Marvel Comics has decided to tweak it just a few months before the character takes center stage in her own solo movie – and the changes in the pages of the comic books now reflect Brie Larson‘s movie version.
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