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Calica, A New ThunderCats Character, Debuts In Issue #2

Thundercats Calica

Dynamite and Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer products announced a huge new addition to the ThunderCats mythos, with the introduction of a brand new character in issue #2! A brand-new member is being added to the core cast by the creative team of Declan Shalvey and Drew Moss. Fans will get the …

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Oni Press And Warner Bros. Trumpet The Return Of ‘Adventure Time’ To Comics

Adventure Time

Grab your friends and head to distant lands because Adventure Time is coming back to comics. Oni Press announced a new partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products (WBDGCP) and Cartoon Network to bring the beloved, award-winning library of Adventure Time comic books and graphic novels back into print with brand-new, lovingly crafted …

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Joe Casey & Paul Fry’s Blood Squad Seven Casts Contemporary Eye On ’90S Superheroes This May

Blood Squad Seven

Veteran writer Joe Casey (MCMLXXV, Butcher Baker the Righteous Maker) and artist Paul Fry (Spider-Man 2099, Star Wars) team up for a boundary pushing new superhero series in Blood Squad Seven. Spinning out of the recent Dutch miniseries, this upcoming comic book will explore ’90s superteam dynamics through a contemporary lens and launches in …

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EC Comics Is Back With A Vengeance – And An All–New Publishing Line – At Oni Press

Epitaphs From The Abyss

Oni Press – the multiple Eisner and Harvey Award-winning publisher of groundbreaking comics and graphic fiction for more than 25 years – announced a brand-new publishing partnership with William M. Gaines Agent, Inc. that will see the full-fledged return of EC Comics to comic shop and bookstore shelves worldwide with a slate of all-new series …

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Bob Marley Dominates The Box Office While Madame Web Tanks

Bob Marley

Paramount’s Bob Marley: One Love delivered a huge $50 million-plus domestic opening over the six-day Valentine’s Day-Presidents Day corridor, enough to crush Madame Web‘s $25.8 million start, a record worst for Sony’s superhero adventures. Estimates show One Love racking in an estimated $51.1 million for the six days domestically, including $33.2 million for the four-day …

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Space Ghost Soars Once More In New Comic Series

Space Ghost

The legendary guardian of the spaceways returns to comics this May, as Dynamite, Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products, and a heavy-hitting creative team led by David Pepose and Jonathan Lau present a new era for the hero Space Ghost. Greed and corruption flourish in the darkness between stars. The …

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Skybound & Image Announce The Final Installment Of The Lastman Series

Lastman

Skybound and Image Comics announced the release of the epic conclusion of the Lastman series from the powerhouse team of Balak, Michaël Sanlaville, and Bastien Vivès. Lastman Book Six, containing volumes 11 + 12 of the original French series, will be available everywhere comic books are sold on Wednesday, November 20, 2024.  Skybound’s editions …

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Skybound, Image & Hasbro Announce Energon Universe Special 2024 #1

Energon Universe

Skybound and Image Comics, in collaboration with Hasbro, announced today that they will publish Energon Universe Special 2024 #1, featuring the same story content as the Free Comic Book Day 2024 special with all-new can’t miss covers for collectors. This issue will be available from Skybound, Image and Hasbro the week following …

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Spawn #350 New Direction Sends Shockwaves Through The Spawn Universe

Spawn

This month marks a pivotal moment in the history of Todd McFarlane’s Spawn. The monumental issue #350 promises an unprecedented shift and new direction for the acclaimed Spawn series—initiating not only a new era for Spawn, but also sending shockwaves through the rest of the Spawn Universe of titles. In Spawn #350, after a 250-issue vacancy, a NEW …

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Weekend Box Office Sacked By Super Bowl

Argylle

The Super Bowl sacked the domestic box office this weekend as revenue fell to historic lows due to the weekend-long frenzy over Sunday’s showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas, and an ongoing winter slowdown in major Hollywood studio titles. Matthew Vaughn‘s big budget bust, Argylle, placed No. 1 …

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