NYCC 2012 NEWSFEED: PETER Ain't SUPERIOR, Movie VIPER, More
Over on his twitter feed @THEBRYANHITCH , the UK-based artist spoke at length about his current projects from the long-awaited Ultron War at Marvel to creator-owned projects and the potential for him to do more for DC than his current slot as cover artist. It was during this conversation that Man Of Steel came up.
“….Jim [Lee, DC Co-Publisher] and Dan [DiDio, DC Co-Publisher] suggested Man Of Steel with Scott Snyder which would have been great as we adore each other but I’m committed to other projects so that couldn’t happen.”
After rising to become a key writer at DC with his work on Detective Comics, Batman and Swamp Thing, Scott Snyder’s name has been tossed around by several as an ideal writer to take on the Superman character in advance of the fall 2013 movie release. Snyder has repeatedly avoided direct questions of him working on the series, but hasn’t shot them down directly.
In an interesting and possible portent of things to come, DC Senior VP of sales Bob Wayne and VP of Marketing John Cunningham were asked about a potential Scott Snyder Man Of Steel comic in a September 2012 interview with ICv2 , and they specifically didn’t deny it and were excited at the prospects.
“I certainly won’t confirm that,” Wayne said of the rumor,” but I will say that it is reasonable to assume that given the release of Man of Steel next summer, we will come up with a publishing program that will both augment and take advantage of that opportunity.”
“I think that (a Scott Snyder Superman series) would be great,” Cunningham added. “I’d read that.”
First Look: Viper on the set of THE WOLVERINE
The shots, which come from the Russian fan site HughJackMania, show Khodchenkova-as-Viper interfacing with a handheld device and adored with some high-tech shades and gloves. Surprisingly, director James Mangold and Fox don’t seem to be carrying through with Viper’s green hairdo that she famously wears in the comics.
And although the handheld device looks green tinted, don’t look for the femme fatale’s Hydra connections to be played up, as Hydra is part of the Marvel Studios movies and not part of Fox's deal with Wolverine and the X-Men franchise.Marvel Announces Trio Of New SEASON ONES: Wolverine, Thor, Iron Man Iron Man: Season One, Marvel has announced two other characters that’ll be getting the “Season One” treatment: Wolverine and Thor. Announced as part of the publisher’s presentation at the Diamond Retailer Breakfast, these join an already ambitious line-up of Season One titles for the publisher as they touch on their primary characters. dedicated section of the digital distributor's website. Self-publishing creators will also have the opportunity to experiment with the Guided View format as a storytelling device, as seen in releases like Power Play and Marvel's Infinite Comics. "Publishers have long known that comiXology is the most valuable platform for digital comics in the world and having a way to let self-publishers participate in that is good for our customers, for comiXology and for comics," comiXology co-founder John D. Roberts is quoted in a press release. "Having the most diverse material possible serves comiXology’s mission. It's great that we can now open our platform to self-publishers and deliver a whole new wave of creative works to our customers." Deadpool vs. Moby Dick and more in DEADPOOL KILLUSTRATED
You got that right, Deadpool. Just announced at the Diamond Retailer Breakfast in New York during New York Comic Con, Marvel is sending writer Cullen Bunn and artist Matteo Lolli on an all-expenses paid trip to tour classic literature with Deadpool as their tour guide in Deadpool Killustrated. Set for a January 2013 launch, it will follow up the Bunn-written Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe series that ran earlier this year.And in More Cullen Bunn News Speaking of Cullen Bunn: The writer's Oni Press seires The Sixth Gun has been in development as a TV series for more than a year, and on Thursday The Hollywood Reporter gave word that co-showrunner Carlton Cuse is developing the adaptation for NBC. Screenwriter Ryan Condal is on board to executive produce with Cuse and script the pilot. Warner Seeks Sanctions Against Siegel and Shuster Lawyers The latest development in the ongoing legal battle between Warner Bros. and the esates of Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster sees the media company asking a judge for "terminating sanctions" against attorney Marc Toberoff, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The stated reason is Warner's belief that Toberoff has attempted to hide pertinent information relating to the case. Got a comment? There's lots of conversation on Newsarama's FACEBOOK and TWITTER!