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SUPERMAN: YEAR ONE Titles Revealed

Superman fans, this one is for you! DC Black Label has announced the debut of SUPERMAN: YEAR ONE from Frank Miller and John Romita Jr., which will begin this June. The first three issues will be released in June, August, and October – a collection will be available in November! Take a look at the covers for each issue below, but keep in mind that the logo treatment is not finalized and may change. SUPERMAN: YEAR ONE is an origin story that will feature a young alien-boy finding his footing in a new world. He will be faced with the
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Katherine Langford from ‘13 Reasons Why’ Cast In Frank Miller’s ‘Cursed.’

mllkatI am a 50 something child of the 70’s who admits to being a Star Trek/Star Wars/Comic Book junkie who once dove head first over a cliff (Ok, it was a small hill) to try to rescue his Fantastic Four comic from a watery grave. I am married to a lovely woman who is as crazy as I am and the proud parent of a 15 year old boy with autism. My wife and son are my real heroes. https://mllkat63.wordpress.com
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Sid O’Connell Shares His Excitement About His Role In ‘Gotham’

As the production of Season 5 of Fox’s Gotham rolls on, more and more is being revealed about what will be seen during its final season. This includes some set pictures of what can only be “Mutant Leader” from Frank Miller’s “The Dark Knight Returns.” Unless there are other very large guys roaming about with spiked Mohawks and a visor that would make Cyclops jealous. For more proof, actor Sid O’Connell posted on his Instagram account verifying his participation and showing himself in the makeup chair prepping for the role he plays. View this post on Instagram Wow!! Yesterday was
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‘Sin City’ Rights Revert Back To Frank Miller

After a legal settlement between Lantern Capital Partner and Frank Miller, Miller has regained the television rights to develop his 1991 Noir comic Sin City. Miller also regained  the film rights to the first 2005 Sin City film adaptation that starred Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba, and Mickey Rourke. The rights were originally tied up in the sale of Harvey Weinstein’s, The Weinstein Company, to Lantern Capital as part of his bankruptcy. Miller had objected to his work being part of the settlement so the parties worked out an arrangement where the TV rights and the first film would not be included and be transferred
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