from the Comic Hero News staff
There’s a lot that happens in the world of superheroes everyday, and we at Comic Hero News don’t have the ability to write up a full story about everything, as much as we’d like to. So, we bring you Speeding Bullets – for all of those pieces of news that are fired our way that are worth noticing, but don’t merit a full story in their own right.
- It’s a huge day for comic previews this morning. First off, Marvel.com has posted 23, count ‘em, 23, previews, including Amazing Spider-Man 636, Avengers: The Children’s Crusade 1, Avengers: The Origin 4, Casanova 1, Darkstar and the Winter Guard 2, Electric Ant 4, Fantastic Four Annual 32, Hawkeye & Mockingbird 2, Hercules: Twilight of a God 2, Hitmonkey 1, Iron Man Legacy 4, Ender in Exile 2, Shadowland 1, Spider-Man/Fantastic Four 1, Steve Rogers: Super-Soldier 1, Tails of the Pet Avengers: The Dog Days of Summer, Thor and the Warriors Four 4, Thor: The Mighty Avenger 1, Vengeance of the Moon Knight 10, X-Force 28, X-Men 1, Milo Manara’s X-Women 1, and Young Allies 2. And Dark Horse Comics stays in the game with previews of Star Wars: The Old Republic 1, Hellboy: The Storm 1, and Conan The Cimmerian 22. Comic Book Resources brings us three from BOOM! Studios (Cold Space 3, Irredeemable 15, Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories 708), as well as IDW’s Transformers: Ironhide 3 and DC’s Batman: Confidential 46. And finally, Newsarama gives us a look at Kill Shakespeare 3.
- JoBlo’s Arrow in the Head has discovered that frequent Breaking Bad director Michelle MacLaren will be directing one of the six planned episodes of AMC’s The Walking Dead.
- Speaking of The Walking Dead, the following poster has been seen in San Diego, as a prelude to this month’s Comic-Con.
- It’s been a weekend full of new shots of Jason Momoa as Conan from Marcus Nispel’s upcoming Conan film, thanks to both Conan Movie Blog and More Momoa. Click through to see the full gallery, but here’s one nice teaser shot.
- The Last Airbender opened last week to mixed reviews (although to a decent box office), and many fans are complaining about what was cut. Director M. Night Shyamalan spoke to MTV’s Splashpage about some of what was cut, specifically the Kyoshi Warriors.