Reunited and it feels so good! Two different creative teams reunited after years apart! One team is bringing us a C-3PO comic! Another is a mini series at Boom! Studios! Meanwhile, Marvel has their own announcements for All-New, All-Different Marvel U, too. News continues to come out of CW’s Flash and Arrow as their new seasons get ready to begin, a possible new JLA-animated series from Cartoon Network could be happening, and find out what’s this week’s rumors attached to both the Marvel and DC Cinematic Universes! [display_podcast]
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Get ready for another Battleworld update! Reviews on Secret Wars #2 that just came out this week and what happens now that Battleworld has truly begun. Also news from the big headlines coming out of Uncanny Avengers #4 and Thor #8. Huge TV updates on renewals, trailers released and what to expect from the all the new shows and upcoming new seasons for the rest. And of course stay tuned to more MCU news and much more!
The little podcast that could is climbing over the big hill, as they say, and bringing good tidings with it! Open a fresh one to see and listen about a comic story told on the sides of a six pack (ayep), the return of the great Gerry Conway to Spider-Man and a huge (and I mean HUGE) revelation or two from AXIS #7. Not only is that discussed, but so is Mark Hamill returning to his Trickster role in CW’s The Flash, Momoa revealing how many films he’ll be in as Aquaman, where to expect more Thanos, the Sony hack that lead to a lot of news including Spider-Man’s film fate and who exactly seems to be in the running to play Doctor Strange’s teacher, the Ancient One.
We’ve been teased with the concept art of The Avengers‘ Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver for the upcoming Avengers: Age Of Ultron. Now we’re actually getting to several pictures of Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) on set. There’s even a little bit of bonus Hawkeye for you Clint Barton fans out there.
Avengers 2 director Joss Whedon hinted that two of his favorite characters from the comic book, “a brother-sister act”, were going to be in the Avengers in the sequel. Not long afterwards, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige acknowledged the rumor, telling Entertainment Weekly, “I’m not confirming or denying. The draft could change six months from now.”