aux.avclub.comBatman and X-Men Gold deliver a double dose of wedding disappointmentEvery two weeks, Big Issues focuses on newly released comic books of significance. This week, they are Batman #50, written by Tom King (Mister Miracle, The Vision) with art by Mikel Janin (Grayson, Justice League Dark), colorist June Chung (Wolverine, Batman/Superman), and various guest artists, and X-Men Gold #30, written by Marc Guggenheim (Arrow, Amazing Spider-Man) with art by David Marquez (The Defenders, Ultimate Spider-Man) and colorist Matthew Wilson (The Wicked + The Divine, The Mighty Thor). For better or worse, these two wedding issues defy reader expectations, and early reveals of major plot twists shift the narrative to focus on the role of spoilers in publicity. Note: This review reveals major plot points.1
criticalhit.netRumour: Matt Reeves making a young Batman solo film, Ben Affleck done playing the Dark KnightHere we go again, folks! After a surprisingly lengthy lull in the "is he or isn't he?" drama surrounding Ben Affleck's tenure as Batman in the DCEU, we have ourselves a brand new rumour (to add to the mountain of previous rumours).1
offspring.lifehacker.comThe Parents' Essential Guide to Marvel MoviesI don’t know if you’ve heard about this underground trend, but apparently, movies about superheroes from the Marvel universe have become very popular. So many of these features have been released that parents with jobs/lives often can’t keep the 18 movies (as I write) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe* straight.1
sfgate.comAll 34 Stan Lee Marvel Movie Cameos Ranked, Through ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ (Photos)Every time a new Marvel movie comes out, the one thing hardcore fans can count on is a special cameo from comic book legend Stan Lee. Some have been fun surprises, while others have been underwhelming. Here's the definitive list of every Stan Lee appearance through "Ant-Man and the Wasp," ranked from boring to excelsior! 34.) "Deadpool 2" (2018) The bottom of this list consists of Lee's "blink and you'll miss it" cameos. In "Deadpool 2," he doesn't actually appear in the movie in person - he pops up as a huge wall mural that's a bit tough to spot, and gone almost immediately. 33.
advergize.comYou Won't Believe What These Guys Did to the AvengersA self-taught italian prop making duo has done something amazing with the Avengers. They mashed up for superheroes, Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Captain America and Thor, in a single helmet; and we must say this looks rather amazing! And they were also lucky to get it signed by Stan Lee: The duo, known as Pannaus Props, make1