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Rich has the latest on the legal status of Miracleman and what's next for the embattled property. Plus, Disney Comics go BOOM!, the MCM Comics Expo and an important announcement about the future of LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
This week's LitG features possible Marvel news by way of Wizard's solicitation text, some changes at Radical Comics, a Marvel Twitterfest, Cho after Kirby and pics from the Guinness record setting super hero charity run in Brighton.
News and rumors come out of the Bristol convention this past weekend, the story behind the shortened "Top Ten Season Two," Power Girl censored on Facebook, scam artists at it again and much, much more.
Rich looks back on the big movers during FCBD, while Dwayne McDuffie takes "Justice League" readers behind the scenes on the monthly series. Plus, more on last week's story about layoffs, Superboy's return and much more!
An early look at art from "Barack: The Barbarian," changes at McFarlane Toys, comics publishers paying up (or are they), issue numbering at Marvel, beating the pirates at their game and more. UPDATED with a review of "Wolverine."
Lots of stuff this week, including behind-the-scenes details on the LXG movie settlement, a look at the US version of "No Heroics," why a new Sandman series didn't happen, an Obama/Cerebus cover, Melvin Van Peebles comes to comics and more!
CBR's Rich Johnston takes a look at J. J. Abrams' new film, "Star Trek," saying the movie is "a very enjoyable space-action romp with lots of surprises, tons of fan service and and a real energy and purposes that's been missing from Trek.
Steve Ditko sounds off? Yup, plus more Miracle Men, Tyrese Gibson moving in to comics, the fake Art Adams reappears, the great comics bailout of 2009 and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
What big name creators may be joining the ranks of the JLA later this year? Rich has a clue, plus what happened to "Cloak and Dagger," a new Doctor Who one-shot, Mark Millar censors self and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
More examples of how the recession is affecting the comics industry, UK price increases rolled back, misprints in a reprint cause one creator to speak out, what stamp collection Dave McKean fans must have and more! UPDATED
Lots of details on Diamond changes and what it means for US and UK retailers, more details and lauds for "Wednesday Comics," Vertigo to offer "The Unwritten" #1 for a dollar, Avatar invades England and much, much more.
Where you can buy an VG+ copy of "Amazing Fantasy" #15, "Watchmen" updates, details on a new British law that all comic and graphic novel sellers in the UK should be aware of, twittering your way into comics with CB Cebulski and much more.
London's got "Watchmen" fever, whether it's special editions of the "New Frotiersman" or someone sticking bloog splattered smileys on people, it's everywhere. Plus, "Absolute Justice," the original comics creators for "Celebrity Apprentice" and more.
Lots going on this week, with news of a new "Anna Mercury" series, more on DC's next weekly series, Rich attends the London premiere of "Watchmen" and has the video interviews with the stars to prove it and much, much more! Updated
Rich is attending the London premiere of "Watchmen," Mark Waid steps up in defense of Grant Morrison, DC's new weekly series is (sort of) announced, there's some changes in store for The Flash's colors and more.
Want to see the original art to page one of "Watchmen?" London comic fans have that opportunity. Plus, potential picket lines for one hotel in San Diego, Batman updates, casting updates for a "Dead@17" movie and much more.
Rich has news from NYCC about an artist who's not pleased about the announcement of his new project, Bendis borrows a play from Millar, the return of the Aardvark (sort of), more Diamond minimums fallout, and an engagement!
A crazy swipe file, whatever happened to "Legion of Super-Heroes" #50, the Diamond Comics Distributor best publisher of the year, the Top 10 likely effects of Diamond's distibution changes and more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
More on Diamond's distribution changes and what it means for mid-level publishers, the missing dialog from "Doctor Who," Simon Bisley on "Gears of War," the swipe file, Obamamania and much more in LYING IN THE GUTTERS. -- Updated!
Rich takes a long look at the changes Diamond is making and how it affects publishers, more ways the struggling economy is affecting comics, is Mark Waid actally Evil, more Obama in comics, a "Glamourpuss" preview and much more.