This week in Comic Industry News: Miracleman gets a reprint with Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore’s work remains in tact, Captain Marvel gets re-launched and Superior Spider-man heads towards the end, Silver Surfer get’s a new title along with Ghost Rider and Iron Patriot, everything becomes the Avengers including a new Loki title, X-men has a ton of changes ahead, Batman Eternal announced, Stephanie Brown comes back to Gotham, The Witcher comes to Dark Horse and Zack Whedon joins Firefly
In Game Industry News: ColecoVison gets a kickstarter, Gabriel Knight gets a remake, Xbox One records achievements, Spider-man 2 gets a video game, Microsoft CEO defends consoles, Square-Enix announces Kingdom Hearts 2.5, GameStop starts discounting old X-boxes and PS3s, Sony ditches the eye camera bundle for the PS4 and Square Enix teams with Indiegogo to help indy developers
In Entertainment News: Star Wars comes to Disneyland, Harrison Ford doesn’t know if he’s doing Star Wars, Game of Thrones takes a different direction, David Goyer talks about Da Vinchi’s Demons, Todd McFarlane talks about Spawn, S.H.I.E.L.D gets a full season, Breaking Bad and American Psycho become musicals, and some Michael Bay stuff happens
This week in Comic Industry News: Archie brings back Mega Man X, George Romero does zombies for Marvel, Grendel meets The Shadow and John Diggle comes to the Green Arrow comics.
In Video Game Industry news: Eidos-Montreal gives us the details of Deus Ex Universe, Miyamoto talks about working with western developers, Nimblebit announces Tiny Death Star, Rocksmith gets color-blind mode, Sony teams up with Extra Life, the Dualshock 4 comes to Windows and WB Games Montreal gets government support.
In Entertainment News: Chronicles of Narnia moves forward, 22 Jump Street starts filming, Sleepy Hollow is super popular, Wilfred will have its final season, Legend of Conan is a thing, Warcraft gets a date, J.J Abrams talks Star Trek, new Harry Potter films are announced, Elizabeth Olsen joins the Avengers with Aaron Taylor-Johnson, news about a new Fantastic Four film, Spider-man 3 updates, Warner Brothers CEO wants Wonder Woman on the big screen and Friday The 13th goes in a scary direction.
This week in Comic Industry News: Jeff Kinney author of Diary Of A Wimpy Kid starts a benefit to help Oklahoma libraries, Marvel Comics starts their Marvel Now! campaign, a new She-Hulk series is in the works, and the writer of the new Aquaman speaks up.
In Game Industry News: Valve announces a new operating system, controller, and console, Microsoft is watching Valve carefully, Rockstar wants to make a new Bully game, Sony is happy about western response to Vita TV, the 3ds outsells the Wii and China begins to lift their console ban.
In Entertainment News: Gotham becomes a new Fox series, Constantine gets his own series, David Goyer talks about Superman vs Batman, Dumb and Dumber To becomes a thing, Mister Rogers and Warcraft get a movie, Tom Hiddleston wants the Enchantress and Pacific Rim makes a ton of money.
This week in Comic Industry News: A 33 inch Galactus toy, Ben Oliver defends the Lobo redesign, the “We Can Be Heroes” fundraiser kicks off to a solid start, night of the Living Deadpool and Joe Hill’s influences for Locke and Key
In Game Industry News: Hiroshi Yamauchi passes on, Retro comes back to Metroid, Sony confirms motion and voice control, Gaikai being launched in 2014, Monster Hunter comes to Sony (finally), Last Guardian Updates, what WON’T be on Xbox One come day one, a new indy studio forms from ex-Telltale and Klei employees and EA has a new CEO
In Entertainment News: Uwe Boll wants more funding, Ron Howard is ready to do the Dark Tower, Microsoft has tons of TV plans for the Xbox One, Jerry Bruckheimer might leave Disney, Joss Whedon works on Thor 2, Chris Hemsworth discusses the Marvel/DC Rivalry, A Troll Hunter Remake and AMC’s plans for Mad Men and The Walking Dead
This week in Comic Industry News: Marvel settles over Ghost Rider rights, Geoff Johns Leaves Aquaman, and DC Comics apologizes.
In Game Industry News: New Deus Ex and Hitman trademarks, Xbox’s new domain name, Steam family sharing, Playstation vs Microsoft hardware specs, Sony’s new Vita TV, Free-to-play Soul Calibur, and David Cage’s thoughts on indy titles.
In Entertainment News: Jack Black gets Goosebumps, more Harry Potter on the big screen, 5th Element sequels, Star Wars spinoffs, Ant-man vs the DCU, Vin Diesel talks about his work with Marvel, the villains of Amazing Spider-Man 2, a Locke & Key movie, John Oliver returning to Community and an American Psycho television series.