Following the whirlwind of disappointing, feces-flecked news surrounding Lord and Miller being fired from Han Solo, here’s some neat news about a creator I love. Woof! Look at that run on sentence. Anyways! Yeah!
Last week, news dropped that a John Wick TV show was in the works, that would delve into the mysterious world of assassins that Wick inhabits. And I was like, eh, I don’t know, I like it being mysterious and undefined. But! It could be good. So, just cut and paste that same sentiment of mine when it comes time to ask me how I feel about a John Wick prequel comic.
How about you?
Rick and Morty. Awesome, niche television show and comic book. Firewatch. Awesome, niche video game. Why not have an installment of the former, from the minds of the latter? There ain’t no damn reason, why not!
Apparently, Greg Pak and artist Takeshi Miyazawa are kicking ass on Totally Awesome Hulk. I wouldn’t know this, because I’m a dumpster-trafficking garbage lord. I mean, man, I’m so fucking detached from the Big Two’s comic book offerings. But! But, I’m very excited for their next effort, Mech Cadet Yu.
I…couldn’t care less about this shit. Or rather, I would I could, because I’m vaguely annoyed by it, despite being out of the comic books game.
The boss-ass-fucking-team behind Vertigo’s Sheriff of Babylon is reteaming on DC’s Mister Miracle. Which, honestly, is the first news that’s enticed me to read a DC book in ages.
Marvel’s joined Comixology’s all-you-can-read Netflix-ass subscription service! Does this do anything for you?
This, this is actually enticing to me. I don’t read Marvel on the active anymore, fatigued from the perpetual #1 issues, reboots, and events. Fatigued! My nuts are wearied, existentially drained. Wearied! But, maybe Marvel can lure me back. Not dropping any SUPER MEGA EVENTS for a year-and-a-half is a good start.
Marvel Bringing Back Original Wolverine, Bruce Banner, Jean Grey, And More With ‘Marvel Generations’
Marvel is bringing back what can be quantifiably considered a “fucking shitload” of legacy characters, and will be pairing them with contemporary counterparts. Folks like Wolverine, Bruce Banner, Jean Grey, and more are returning. In what is just another confusing development in the Marvel comic book world for this old man.
Rob Liefeld’s Youngblood lives! And we are all the better for it, comrades.