It’s my turn to write the news roundup for the week, and how sweet it is to see that, at least for the moment, the major events are positive!
We’re hard-pressed for good news in these trying times, so we’ll take what we can get. This week’s entertainment news has been mostly uplifting, though not without some… questionable decisions. Let’s get into it.
Good morning, folks! We’re back for the start of another week. The seasons may change, the weeks may change, but it’s comforting to know that the comics industry will always be a fucking joke.
As time continues to march on, we edge closer to what’s gonna be a gonzo award season with the Emmys. Find out about the snubs, the apologies, the new shows, and more!
Welcome to the July and SDCC@home edition of the DC Pubwatch! This month we bid a fond farewell to the antics of one James Olsen with Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #12 and cover the news that came out of a very different version of San Diego Comic-Con.
Hello! Kate here to catch you up on all the news from the previous week (hence the name of this column). This past weekend was Comic Con International’s “ComicCon@Home” virtual event, so the first half of this week’s column is a round-up of our coverage.
It was a one-hour, pre-recorded party on Friday night, with voice actor Phil LaMarr (Justice League, Static Shock) doing his best and no speeches from Eisner winners. There were a few speeches from or about this year’s hall of fame inductees (Nell Brinkley, E. Simms Campbell were the judges’ picks, and the voters inducted Alison…
Hardly anyone in power can make up their mind about anything these days. Release the movie? Delay the movie? Start school? Delay school? Anybody else experiencing news whiplash? Kayne West is running for president? I somehow did not have that on my 2020 Bingo card. Only five more months to get through y’all. Thanks for…
Well, Dynamite done fucked up.
It’s 2020. It’s July and there is still a global pandemic. Not that Hollywood that bothered anymore. After a couple of months of COVID-impacted news we’re back to a lot of renewals, announcements, and plenty of things to be both overjoyed and annoyed about. So without further ado please get comfortable and enjoy this entry…
This is a very different summer, but one constant remains: comics to provide us distraction and escape. Let’s see what Titan has to distract us from the real world.
Hopping straight into the news with the Vault Comics Pubwatch for July 2020, it’s a bit unpleasant to start: