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Regina King to Direct Bitter Root Based on the Comic Series by David F. Walker, Sanford Greene, and Chuck Brown

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Bitter Root has found its director in Regina King. The film is based on the comic series created by David F. Walker, Sanford Greene, and Chuck Brown. Published by Image Comics, the film is being released by Legendary.

King will produce along with Reina King via their Royal Ties banner, along with Ryan Coogler, Zinzi Coogler, and Sev Ohanian. Walker, Greene, Brown, and Drapetomedia’s Sean Owolo will executive produce.

The film’s draft is currently being rewritten by Bryan Edward Hill.

Set in 1924 during the vibrant Harlem Renaissance, the story focuses on a fracture family of once-great monster hunters. They face an evil that has decended upon New York City. The family must overcome the wounds of their past if they hope to stop an invasion.

The series is well praised receiving nominations for a 2019 Eisner Award for “Best New Series” and 2019 Ringo award for “Best Series”.

Review: Glam Prix Racers

Ready. Set. Sparkle! Glam Prix Racers is Mario Kart with a mix of My Little Pony that delivers racing action and teamwork!

Story: Deanna Kent
Art: Neil Hooson

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Rob Liefeld Done with Archie’s The Shield?

Archie Comics and writer/artist Rob Liefeld had been teaming up to update Archie’s classic superhero The Mighty Crusaders characters. Kicking off in June The Mighty Crusaders: The Shield would reimagine Archie’s iconic library of superheroes reintroducing the properties to modern readers.

Over the weekend, Liefeld took to social media to voice his displeasure over a cover that he felt revealed a “key plot point/element”. The retail variant cover was by Tone Rodriguez.

Liefeld said in his post:

When the key plot point/element is revealed on a retail variant cover – it’s probably time to exit the stage on this one…. like seriously?

Archie followed up saying they didn’t “grant permission for this (the cover) to be posted and shared”.

Liefeld followed up with:

Really dumb. It was fun while it lasted… on to the next!

When someone asked if the project was still going ahead, Liefeld responded “died right here”.

Those statements makes it seems like Liefeld is done on the project which hasn’t even debuted yet.

But, the character revealed on the cover and hints as to what it all means were already spoiled. Liefeld hinted to the story in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Archie had already released an image of the character in its initial teasers here and here drawn by Liefeld.

Check out the cover below along with the original teaser image.

Will Black Widow See the Winter Guard?

Black Widow is still a few months away with details limited. There’s a lot of speculation including who will be under Taskmaster’s mask. But, actor David Harbour who plays Red Guardian has let slip we may be seeing the Winter Guard in the film.

The Winter Guard in the comics is Russia’s superhero group and on Instagram, Harbour named a few members of the group in his post. Is it just a tease? Will they make an appearance? Or is it just a mention? We’ll find out on July 9th.

What other surprises are you expecting from the film?

Weekly Preview! AfterShock, Recount, and a Glam Prix!

There’s a lot of comics coming out this week to be covered right here. Check out some of what we’ll be covering and this is only the beginning!

This week’s reviews include:

  • Glam Prix Racers (Imprint)
  • Maniac of New York #4 (AfterShock)
  • Project Patron #2 (AfterShock)
  • The Recount #4 (Scout Comics)
  • Scout’s Honor #5 (AfterShock)
  • Silver City #1 (AfterShock)

AfterShock and Imprint provided Graphic Policy with FREE copies for review

Wrath of Man Debuts in First

Wrath of Man

Wrath of Man struck down the previous week’s top films coming in first place. The movie opened with an estimated $8.1 million. The movie also grossed $17.6 million internationally for a debut week of $25.7 million.

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train dropped to second place bringing in an estimated $3.1 million. Domestically, the film has grossed $37.2 million. Internationally, the film added $1.4 million to its total over the week to bring that to $395.7 million. Worldwide, the film has grossed $432.9 million.

Mortal Kombat slipped to third place earning an estimated $2.4 million. Domestically, the film has earned $37.8 million. Internationally, it added about $1.9 million over the week to bring that total to $34.7 million. Worldwide, the film has earned $72.5 million.

Godzilla vs. Kong came in fourth place with an estimated $1.9 million. Domestically, the film has grossed just under $93 million. It added about $4.5 million over the week to its international total. There, it has grossed $329.6 million. Worldwide, the film has earned $422.6 million.

Raya and the Last Dragon rounded out the top five with an estimated $1.9 million. Domestically, the film has earned $43.8 million. Internationally, it added about $2.3 million over the week. That total is now $61.7 million. Worldwide, the film has earned $105.5 million.

In comic films…

The Scott Pilgrim vs. the World 10th Anniversary re-release earned about $170,000 to bring its total gross to $1.2 million over two weeks.

Initial numbers have 31 films earning $22,831,324 from 27,905 theaters. That’s a decrease from last weekend’s 38 films which earned $24,114,723 from 23,637 theaters. The average earning was $818.18 this past weekend, a decrease from the previous weekend’s $1,020.21.

Review: ENIAC #3

The paranoia ramps up in ENIAC #3 and another twisted “heroic” story with a B-Side of The Hero Trade.

Story: Matt Kindt
Art: Doug Braithwaite, Doug Lapham
Color: Diego Rodriguez
Letterer: Dave Sharpe

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Zeus Comics


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Review: Whalesville x Rocks and Minerals

Bad Idea dives into the all-ages category with this beautiful comic that features two stories!

Story: Matt Kindt
Art: Adam Pollina, Tony Millionaire
Color: Matt Hollingsworth, Jim Campbell
Letterer: Dave Sharpe, Tony Millionaire

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Zeus Comics


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Review: The Walking Dead Deluxe #14

The Walking Dead returns in full color with extras! The Walking Dead Deluxe takes us back to the beginning with each issue now featuring full color. There’s also extras of what might have been with notes as part of “The Cutting Room Floor.”

What’s it like to revisit this modern classic? How does it change all these years later… and in color? Find out!

Story: Robert Kirkman
Art: Charlie Adlard
Color: Dave McCaig
Letterer: Rus Wooton

Get your copy now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

comiXology
Amazon
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Review: Friend of the Devil: A Reckless Book

Ethan Reckless is back. This time it’s a missing actress which leads him into a depraved world full of violence at every turn. Another fantastic pop noir graphic novel!

Story: Ed Brubaker
Art: Sean Phillips
Color: Jacob Phillips

Get your copy in comic shops! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon
Kindle
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Zeus Comics
Bookshop


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