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It’s new comic book day! What’s everyone getting? What are you excited for? Sound off in the comments below! While you think about that, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Comicbook – Netflix Pulls the Plug on Daybreak After One Season – Do you know anyone that’s seen it?


The Beat – Bowie
Newsarama – G.I. Joe #3
Talking Comics – Hellmouth #3
Talking Comics – Superman #18

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The weekend is almost here! What geeky things will you all be up to? Sound off in the comments below! While you wait for the week day to end and weekend to begin, here’s some comic news from around the web.

iO9 – The Original Animated Teen Titans Will Return for Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans – Well ok then! We’re in!

GeekTyrant – Matthew Broderick Joins Netflix’s Adaptation of the Zombie Graphic Novel Daybreak – Interesting. Might have to check the graphic novel out.

Hollywood Reporter – ‘Short Term 12’ Director to Adapt Scott McCloud’s ‘The Sculptor’ Graphic Novel (Exclusive) – Nice!

The Beat – Cowabunga! Ninja Turtles Invade Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! – Radical!

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We’re about recovered from San Diego Comic-Con and still have a lot of coverage to come! While you await that, here’s some comic news from around the web in our morning roundup.

Deadline – ‘Daybreak’: Netflix Orders Apocalypse Dramedy Series Based On Graphic Novel From Aron Eli Coleite & Brad Peyton – Interesting. Anything not optioned?

CBR – X-Men: Dark Phoenix and New Mutants Both Confirmed for 2019 by IMAX – Since there’s some doubts about this.

Newsarama – Rick Remender’s ‘The Last Days of American Crime’ Coming to Netflix – This was a great comic but again, anything not being worked on?

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It’s a new week and we’re counting down to San Diego Comic-Con 2012!  Anything folks are looking forward to?

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ICv2 – $70 Million in Digital ComicsWow, that’s a huge number.

U T San Diego – Graphic novel prepares deploying corpsmenI should read my copy.

The New York Times – In New Digital Comics, Each Tap Holds a SurpriseShould be interesting to see where digital goes over the year.

IGN – Spider-Man Tracking to Wall-Crawl Past $125MShould be interesting with the holiday.

Bleeding Cool – When Maurice Sendak Wanted To Blow Up President BushHoly shit.

The Comics Reporter – CR Sunday Interview: Ed Brubaker – A good interview.

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CBR – Before Watchmen: Comedian #1

Bleeding Cool – Dark Avengers #176

Pop Decay – Dark Country

Boing Boing – Daybreak

CBR – Planet of the Apes #15

Talking Comics – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #11

Cambs Time – Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man – Scorpion

Talking Comics – X-Factor #238

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It’s the day before new comic book day, what’s every getting?  While you deliberate, here’s the news you might have missed.

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Nerdage – OU professor writes business graphic novels – With this, maybe I’d of paid more attention in class?

Techcrunch – With Wikileaks Embargo, Payment Institutions Choose The Devil They Don’t KnowFor those who call for the prosecution of comic book pirates, you’d do well to read this article.

Ahram Online – New wave of comic books flourishes in EgyptGreat to see the art and story telling form taking off in the liberated country.

Kotaku – Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3’s Changes, Through the Eyes of a Pro – Another comic book video game tie-in is on the horizon, find out the changes in this one.

Con Coverage:

CBR – NYCC: Vertigo Gets Scary

CBR – NYCC: Robert Kirkman Spotlight

CBR – EXCLUSIVE: Kapow! Con Returns For Year Two

The Beat – Retailer files complaint against Wizard AND posts dramatic video on YouTube

MTV Geek – From Batman To “The Fixer” – Frank Miller Talks “Holy Terror” And His Respect For Batman

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IGN – The Incredible Hulk #1

CBR – Supergirl #2

Entertainment Weekly – Comic Book Reviews: Latest issues of ‘Batman’ and ‘Uncanny X-Men’; the outstanding graphic novel ‘Daybreak’

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It’s a new week, yay!  Sundays are usually quiet, but that also means it was a new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, you should check it out.  While you do that, here’s the news you might have missed.

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The Examiner – SF State professor Trevor R. Getz bases graphic novel on 19th century Ghana woman’s quest for freedomThink this’ll go into my “must read” pile.

Heritage Newspapers – ANN ARBOR: Author Jim Ottaviani pens graphic novel about quantum physicistInteresting, this is a topic I always wish I knew more about.

Comics Alliance – Openly Gay Superhero To Join DC’s Relaunched ‘Teen Titans’Always great to see more diversity.

Kotaku – Sunday Comics: A Fraction of the PriceEach week Kotaku brings some of the best in web comics.

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Firefox News – Daybreak