It’s all in our new comics picks of the week! Let’s start with a salute to…
America #1Soaring out of Young Avengers and Ultimates, America Chavez in her own new book by Gabby Rivera and Joe Quinones. She leads Marvel’s pro-active super team and can punch through realities but can she get her personal life together? The breakthrough hero gets her shot at a title book. Continue reading New Comics Picks for March 1, 2017
Valiant brings stars and exclusives to Emerald City Comicon 2017 in Seattle. The publisher announced convention-only exclusives, signings, panels, and much more for the big pop culture and comics convention in Seattle.
Valiant will be at Booth #1701 inside the Washington State Convention Center to explore the most acclaimed line of superhero series in comics today with a complete selection of trade paperbacks and deluxe hardcovers for fan-favorite, award-winning titles including BLOODSHOT REBORN, BRITANNIA, DIVINITY, FAITH, NINJAK, X-O MANOWAR, and many more.
Dick Grayson soared from under Batman’s shadow to go from Robin to Nightwing in comics.
Will he hit the big screen?
Warner Brothers has director Chris McKay (The Lego Batman Movie) and writer Bill Dubuque (The Accountant) working a film based on Nightwing according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Nightwing (Dick Grayson) was the original Robin who left to lead Teen Titans and Titans before solo series in which he became protector of Bludhaven, a section of Gotham City. Continue reading NIGHTWING Movie?
No powers, no problem. You don’t have to have radiation enhanced genes, alien DNA or scientists experimenting on you to be a super hero. Comic books are packed with champions of justice who use their human minds and bodies to fight crime and beat bad guys. Inspired by Powerless, Damage Control, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and all those non-costumed characters here are the most powerful, popular but powerless comic book heroes. Continue reading Favorite POWERLESS Comic Book Heroes
Marvel announced Jamie Chung has been cast to star in the Untitled FOX Marvel Project from Bryan Singer and Matt Nix.
Chung will star in a series regular role as Clarice Fong, better known as Blink, described as “a sarcastic and lively tomboy. Clarice’s naturally strong exuberance has taken a hit after a sudden and traumatic upheaval of her life. As she adjusts to the new people and places that are suddenly ‘home,’ Clarice is slowly becoming herself again.”
Blink appeared in a future timeline in X-Men: Days of Future Past played by Fan BingBing.