We’ve got a brand new episode of House to Astonish for you, with a chunky run through Man of Steel‘s opening box office, the recent developments in the Marvel/Friedrich Ghost Rider litigation, Jeff Parker and Mark Laming’s King’s Watch and September’s solicitations (except IDW’s, which we forgot about). We’ve also got reviews of Six-Gun Gorilla, The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys and Superman Unchained, and the Official Handbook of the Official Handbook ain’t got no body. All this plus four-year-olds in Mongolia, a German shortwave radio station and the varied career of Marvel’s busiest and most mysterious artist.
As is the usual way of things, we want to know what you think of the things we’ve discussed in the episode, including (but not limited to):
- What did you think of Man of Steel? Can this form the basis of a DC cinematic universe?
- Would you rather books were solicited without creative teams being known, or for solicited creative teams to change by the time the book is published?
- What do you think of the lenticular 3D cover gimmick of Villain Month?
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