Well, the poster design is a winner: Here’s an image from the marketing for the new Losers movie, based on the Vertigo series by Andy Diggle and Jock:
Look familiar? It should. Here’s Jock’s cover to The Losers #12:
“In recent weeks, it seemed as though every other Marvel periodical I picked up featured an appearance by the original Captain America”: Don MacPherson managed to save up all his various Captain America comics set after the release of Captain America: Reborn #6, and thus was able to read and review ‘em all in order. Even in the proper order though, he was less than impressed.
Should Fergie play the lead in a Wonder Woman movie (if they ever get around to making one?): I don’t know, but USA Today was quite impressed with how Wonder Womanly she looked in her Grammys outfit with her hands on her hips. Meanwhile, Heidi “The Beat” MacDonald examined the evening’s fashion choices, and found a lot of parallels to superheroes and sci-fi. Is Black Lantern the new black?
The worst idea for a comic book movie I’ve heard in hours: The headline to this Hero Complex story says it all—”‘Sgt. Rock’ reloads as a movie project—but not as a WWII story.” Geoff Boucher interviews producer Joel Silver, who said the project is going to be set in the near future, as the idea was to be a war movie about where it’s going, rather than where it’s been. Well, I’m not a move producer, so I’ll just have to assume Silver knows what he’s talking about. A Rock movie set outside WWII sounds a little like a an Enemy Ace movie about an American fighter pilot during the first Gulf War to me though.
Good luck with the cover credits this time!: “Second ‘Bat-Manga’ Volume In the Works”
I want to write an ongoing licensed 90210 comic book series, but that doesn’t mean I should: “Matthew Vaughn Wants To Make Neil Gaiman’s Sandman.”