A new documentary detailing the rise, fall, and return of Image Comics has been released.
Available on SyFy Wire, So Much Damage: How Image Comics Changed the World details the journey of the seven Marvel comic book artists Todd McFarlane, Rob Liefeld, Jim Lee, Jim Valentino, Marc Silvestri, Eric Larsen, and Whilce Portacia who banded together to form Image Comics.
Featuring interviews with all original partners as well as other prominent members of the industry the five-part documentary details how the company began during the 90's comic boom to becoming the creator-owned comics specialty publisher.
Writer Geoff Johns already revealed that Rorschach would be returning in the pages of Doomsday Clock #1 back during his panel at New York Comic Con, but now that the issue has released, we have a bit more information.
Warning: beware of spoilers for Doomsday Clock #1!
If you already haven't, check out the pages that lead up to the big reveal:
Doomsday Clock is a sequel to Watchmen where the characters from Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ seminal serial make their way to the DC Universe for the first time to meet the likes of Batman and Superman. It’s been shrouded in secrecy, but IGN was among a small group of press invited to a private art gallery during NYCC in October where Johns shared the contents of the first issue and gave some insight on his storytelling decisions with artist Gary Frank.
The Walking Dead has been doing a pretty thorough job of telling the "All Out War" narrative from Robert Kirkman's comics so far in Season 8, but we have a theory that the show is going to diverge pretty spectacularly from the comics. This is all based on speculation, but if you're concerned about spoilers -- especially about differences between the TV show and comic books -- read on at your own risk.
OK, ready for this theory? It might come as a shock, especially for you comic fans, but we think the AMC series could be setting up a surprising spin that’s gonna put Negan in the ground.
Now, those of you who haven’t read the comics may not find this surprising -- Negan's got to die for all the terrible things he's done, right? -- but comic fans might be shocked because they have experienced all that the comics have planned for Negan. For those of you who just watch the show, stick with me, I think you’ll be surprised where this goes, and comic fans, take a second and hear me out. There are several contributing factors to this theory.
Jude Law is in talks to join Captain Marvel.
Variety reports Law would play the male lead in the movie, opposite Brie Larson's titular Captain Marvel, which is reportedly Doctor Walter Lawson, a.k.a. Mar-Vell, Captain Marvel's mentor.
Law also recently joined the Fantastic Beasts sequel, The Crimes of Grindelwald, as young Albus Dumbledore.
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