ARCHIVE PAGE 191 - Jan 2014
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Adam Hughes Cover - Zatanna #13
View enlarged Zatanna #13, July 2011, Adam Hughes Cover art
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Gal Gadot Wonder Woman
Dec 2013: Actress Amy Adams (Lois Lane from the Man of Steel movie) addressed complaints about Gal Gadot being 'too thin' to play Wonder Woman in the upcoming Superman/Batman film. Read More
Wonder Woman - Justice League
From Panic in the Skies - July 9, 2005 (USA)
More screenshots Justice League animated - Panic in the Streets
Zatanna Cover issue 5 - Stephane Roux art
View enlarged Zatanna #5, Sept 2010, Stephane Roux zombie cover
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Asterix and Switzerland
Asterix and Obelix and their trans-europe adventures continued in Switzerland - Script by Gocsinny and art by Oderzo. View entire page enlarged here.
Joe Quinones - Harley Quinn One-Shot 2010
Harley Quinn escapes Arkham on a quest to find the Joker for a Valentine's Day rendevous. Read more.
Thor the Dark World still earning
Thor The Dark World now at $627,066,000 million in worldwide earnings
Vin Diesel is Groot
Diesel is now officially playing the Alien Tree hero for Marvel's coming Guardians Of The Galaxy film.
Amy Reeder - Supergirl #55
Enter Bizarro Girl! Cover art Supergirl #55 by Amy Reeder - See enlarged.
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Stephane Roux cover Batwoman #25
Writing Comic Books 'not for everyone'
David Morrell is the creator of Rambo and a while ago, someone at Marvel thought it would be a great idea to have him write a Spider-Man story. All did not go to plan. The story took forever to come out, and when it did, Morrell did not like the changes:
“Bad news about the second part of my Spider-Man: Frost comic-book series,” Morrell wrote to Facebook. “Someone at Marvel changed my captions, added weak jokes, repeated captions, deleted captions from panels that needed them, and inserted one caption that contradicts the theme. When I saw this early version, I sent three pages of corrections to Marvel. I was assured that my changes had been made, but for whatever reason, the terrible version got printed, destroying the poignant tone of part one. What a pity. This could have been a gem.”
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Untold Legend of Batman #3 Batgirl Page
Jim Aparo page from The Untold Legend of Batman #3, 1980
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