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This week the Watchmen continue to invade the DC Comics universe, Marvel preps for  the Infinity War, and Image introduces a fantastical alternate world. Check out a selection of previews for new comics coming out tomorrow.

DC COMICS

Doomsday Clock 3 Action Comics

DOOMSDAY CLOCK #3
Official Description: The story takes a turn in the third chapter of this 12-issue series you never thought you’d see, from writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank.
Writer: Geoff Johns | Artist: Gary Frank

ACTION COMICS #996
Official Description: “Booster Shot” part four! Superman and Booster Gold are out of time, and they’ve found themselves marooned on a strange planet sometime in the future. So why does this planet’s infrastructure look…Kryptonian? The answer shakes the Man of Steel to the core as the ruler of this planet reveals himself…the son of Zod reigns supreme!
Writer: Dan Jurgens | Artist: Will Conrad

MARVEL COMICS

Avengers Infinity War Prequel 1 X-Men Blue Annual 1

MARVEL’S AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR PRELUDE #1
Official Description: When a terrorist puts the Avengers at odds, CAPTAIN AMERICA and THE WINTER SOLDIER go rogue to find him – but IRON MAN isn’t far behind. Will the Avengers survive the fallout? Then, find out where Captain America, the Falcon and the Black Widow are headed next – because the world needs heroes, whether it wants them or not. And get a sneak peek at Tony Stark’s brand-new armor! Get ready for MARVEL’S THE AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR in part 1 of this special prelude!
Writer: Will Corona Pilgrim | Artist: Tigh Walker

X-MEN: BLUE ANNUAL #1
Official Description: THE CROSSOVER BETWEEN VENOM AND X-MEN BLUE STARTS HERE! Spinning out of the events of Venomverse, the Children of the Atom and the Lethal Protector team up to take down an extradimensional threat! This is it, folks, the team-up you’ve been asking for: X-MEN BLUE and VENOM must band together in the cold reaches of space to protect our universe from a threat more diabolical than you can imagine. But will EDDIE BROCK, his faithful SYMBIOTE, MARVEL GIRL, CYCLOPS, ICEMAN, BEAST and ANGEL be enough to save this universe? I really, really hope so.
Writer: Cullen Bunn | Artist: Edgar Saul Salazar Arteaga

IMAGE COMICS

Ringside Dissonance 1

RINGSIDE #14
Official Description: “SHOOT,” Part Four Potential 2018 Eisner Award-winner for Most Brutal Beat Down in a Continuing Series! Find out why RINGSIDE’s the ongoing premier series of choice for broken dreams and shattered spines!
Writer: Joe Keatinge | Artist: Nick Barber, Simon Gough

DISSONANCE #1  
Official Description: In an alternate world where Earth is populated with powerful human-spirit hybrids called Fantasmen, Folke and Roisia Herviett, two siblings with opposing worldviews, are challenged to prove their worth and take up their parents’ positions in a devious group who secretly run the world. Meanwhile, Seraphim, a Fantasmen warrior guard, is sent to prevent a catastrophic event from affecting the Earth and its own universe. From designer MELITA CURPHY, writer SINGGIH NUGROHO, and featuring the art of SAMI BASRI (Power Girl, WITCHBLADE), comes a fantasy drama set in a sci-fi world unlike any other.
Writer: Singgih Nugroho | Artist: Sami Basri


A month from now, on June 20th, the controversial prequel Before Watchmen: Comedian #1 hits stands and the digital market.  Whether you are for or against all of the “Before Watchmen” titles, you have to admit, these are some pretty nifty covers that DC Entertainment released earlier today. The one on the left is a variant cover by Eduardo Risso, while the one of the right is by the living legend, Jim Lee. DC released a third cover over on its blog.

Official issue description: “I’m a funny guy…” Written by Brian Azzarello and illustrated by J.G. Jones. Plus: Don’t miss the CRIMSON CORSAIR backup story by writer Len Wein and artist John Higgins!

Who watches reads the Watchmen?

Posted on May 23rd, 2012 by ThePit | Leave a Comment (1)
Filed Under Entertainment, Featured

ItsJustSomeRandomGuy’s latest “Hi, I’m a Marvel… and I’m a DC” spoof features Deadpool from X-Men Origins: Wolverine chatting it up with the Watchmen. I LOVE this series and this one hits the nail on the head. This is Deadpool!

We’re a day late due to some tech issues, but we are back online and ready to roll.  I hope you enjoy your Monday…

  • Reviews have started coming in for Watchmen, and they are fresh! I have been waiting a long time for this film and it is almost here. God, I hope it is good. (Rotten Tomatoes)
  • Have you seen the trailer for Silent Hill: Homecoming? It is equal parts creepy and intriguing. (Variety)
  • I just finished the third episode of Joss Whedon’s new series Dollhouse and I’m digging the show a little more. I have no idea where it is going, and I like that. All three episodes are online for viewing. (Fox)
  • Can I borrow three hundred thousand dollars from anyone? (Comic Connect)
  • The makers of We Need Girlfriends have released the first episode of their new webseries, I Live With My Parents. (YouTube)

It is that time again. Grab your coffee, tea, or OJ and enjoy these great articles and videos.

  • Still think that video games are just for kids? (Newsarama)
  • Hugh Hefner chats about his ladies and his empire. (CNN)
  • Watch the full pilot episode of United States of Tara early! (TV)
  • Not in the mood for TV, than check out Ferro City #1, a comic by Jason Armstrong. The comic has a pretty cool pulp noir look and style to it. (Image)
  • Another awesome image from the comic adaptation of Watchmen has been released! (Comics Continuum)

The Pit, My Hollywood Dream Column

A few good articles, news bits and pictures to look at while you have your morning coffee…

  • Awesome new ‘Watchmen’ photos! I’ll watch the Watchmen. (Superhero Hype)
  • ‘Voltron’ gets a reboot. (Variety)
  • Aint-it-Cool wasted their time reviewing ‘The Scorpion King 2’, the straight to DVD prequel to the prequel of a sequel. (AICN)
  • Hey look, there is some hope for a good ‘Spy Hunter’ movie afterall! (Latino Review)
  • ‘Goosebumps’ is being adapted for the big screen. I hope they choose ‘It Came from Beneath the Sink’! (Hollywood Reporter)

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