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So what did everyone pick up at the comic book store yesterday? If you haven’t gone yet, what are you planning on picking up?

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ArtsBeat – Injured ‘Spider-Man’ Actor Blames Equipment Malfunction – What else would it be?


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CBR – Adventures of Superman #21

Comic Vine – Batman and Robin #23.3

Comic Vine – Bloodshot #14

Picture Me Reading – Blue Bloods

Talking Comics – Captain Ultimate #2

Comic Vine – The Flash #23.3

Comic Vine – Infinity #3

CBR – Infinity #3

Comic Vine – Justice League Dark #23.2

Comic Vine – New Avengers #10

Comic Vine – Secret Avengers #9

Comic Vine – Superior Spider-Man #18

Comic Vine – X-O Manowar #17

ICv2 – X-O Manowar Vol. 3: Planet Death TP

The Beat – Reviewed! Every Issue of Villains Month, Week Three

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It’s the weekend, so I plan on relaxing, no idea about you. Enjoy this round-up of interesting stories from around the internet.

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Robot 6 – Voice of John Stewart speaks out on Green Lantern death decreeI like how we’re plotting by committee now.

The Beat – Siegel Superman case ends (almost)And then everyone gets a bunny.

The Beat – Sullivan’s Sluggers is back on IndieGogoMore and more I wish I hadn’t contributed to this.

Comics Alliance – DC Announces 1966 ‘Batman’ Comic By Jeff Parker, Jonathan Case and Michael AllredWasn’t a fan of the show, so yeah.

The Mary Sue – Was Robert Redford Just Added To The Cast Of Captain America?Ok… Only if it includes the rest of the cast of Sneakers.

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Talking Comics – Five Ghosts, The Haunting of Fabian Gray #1

CBR – Saga #11

Kirkman Responds To Lawsuit

Things aren’t quite settled in the world of The Walking DeadRobert Kirkman has responded to the lawsuit against him by Tony Moore over rights.  Kirkman had this to say to the Hollywood Reporter:

The lawsuit is ridiculous, we each had legal representation seven years ago and now he is violating the same contract he initiated and approved and he wants to misrepresent the fees he was paid and continues to be paid for the work he was hired to do. Tony regularly receives payment for the work he did as penciler, inker and for gray tones on the first six issues of The Walking Dead comic series and he receives royalties for the TV show, to assert otherwise is simply incorrect.