Will Asterix contunue or not? Rich has word, plus James Robinson writing a Captain America book, where you might be able to get a copy of the Obama "Amazing Spider-Man" and how much you'll pay, a new Marvel book from Diggle and more.
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Rich begins the new year by eating a wee-bit of humble pie over the whole Doctor Who thing and gives a timeline of events. Plus, the Morrison Doom Patrol comic never drawn or published, a look at "LoEG: Century" and more!
It's that time of year again, the annual Rumor Awards, where Rich looks back at all the rumors he's published over the past year and ranks them with varying levels of snark, plus some new details on previously reported rumors.
A comedy writer writes for Marvel, the DC logo debacle, sites updating on Christmas, more fallout from the fake Art Adams, price increases in the UK for new comics, a "Watchmensch" preview and more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Rich has word that Grant Morrison is headed back to the Bat-cave and is bringing a familiar friend, an update on Devil's Due Publishing's operations, Gillen gets to dazzle, a TMNT celebration and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
RIch examines the cost of comics and what $3.99 actually means for retailers and the industry, what the tanking British pound means for sales in Britain, Twitter madness, a new book from Jamie Delano, the Swipe File and more!
What high profile project will fans see artist Carlos Pacheco on next? Rich has a good idea. Plus, editorial breakdowns, who watches the trademarks, repringting the Transformers, comic finds from the Dublin Comic Con and more!
Lots of big stuff this week, including an update on James Robinson's Superman books, officially calling who will be the next Doctor Who, plus lots of news from the convention in Dublin this weekend and much more!
It's a doozy this week, with more on the Fake Art Adams and his many guises, "Gears of War" a huge success as a comic, "Final Crisis" delays, Robinson out of DC Comics and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
It's a big one this week as Rich uncovers a nasty scam one artist is attempting to pull on the industry by claiming he's Art Adams, new creator owned work from Ellis & Granov, word of Bat-series changes coming next year and more. Updated
Rich has plenty for readers today, including a further look at the rising cost of comics, the future for "Iron Man: Viva Las Vegas," what is "The Blank Comic Book," plus updates on the Dabel Bros. & Wowio, the Swipe File and more.
Word of Del Rey possibly scooping up the Dabel Brothers leads this weeks LYING IN THE GUTTERS, plus more "Doctor Who" comics, the ever increasing price of comics, a "Kick Ass" script review, publishers not paying and more.
Loads of news this week, including news of multiple endings for the "Watchmen" feature film, one Manhunter is out while another returns, who would have worked on "Dan Dare" had Virgin not gone under and more.
It's a big one this week, as Rich has early word on who the next Doctor Who may be, big developments with Zuda Comics properties, more "Top Ten" in the works, the Swipe File and much more in LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Behind the scenes of the Devil's Due / Re-Animator / Dynamite fight, "Kick-Ass" extras casting in London tomorrow, more Marvel covers that shouldn't be out there, loads of rumors spinning out of Baltimore and much more!
A special mid-week LYING IN THE GUTTERS update brings a look at the previously unseen cover to December's "New Avengers" #48, which details the new line-up for the team in the post-Secret Invasion Marvel Universe.
Loads of stuff this week including evidence that Megan Fox may play the lead in "Fathom," who's directing the "Watchmen: Tales of the Black Freighter" animated DVD, a new editor for DC and much, much more!
What could save the "Watchmen" film? Could it be the 1960s Batman? Rich says it's possible. Plus, Daredevil's faced gets registered, helping a comic creator in need, Speculator's Corner and much, much more.
It's another mid-week LYING IN THE GUTTERS update, as Rich Johnston takes a look at the pulping of "Action Comics" #869, with word that some of the original printed editions have already made their way to eBay.
Rich follows up on the big news from last week concerning the pulping of "All Star Batman & Robin" and discovers two more books which have been pulped, plus changing photos in the "Iron Man" film and much, much more.