"DC CAN'T BE THIS ASS FUCKING RETARDED, IT'S NOT HUMANLY POSSIBLE" edition!
> Now, Bleeding Cool has shared a rumour revealing that the plan is to make Superman the leader of The Authority. That series was published by DC Comics/Wildstorm in 1999 by Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch, with a team of superheroes made up of characters like Jenny Sparks, Midnighter, Apollo, The Doctor, Engineer, Jack Hawksmoor, and Swift.
> The independent group would get the job done by any means necessary, albeit from a position of extreme power. While they were the good guys, their approach soon became somewhat dictatorial, with their methods becoming more and more ruthless (similar to what we saw in The Ultimates).
> This will definitely change Superman's role in the DC Universe, and the site explains that the eventual plan is potentially for Jonathan Kent to become the new Superman, with Clark Kent being aged up. So, like Professor X in House of X, it's looking like the Man of Steel will soon go against his principles in a bid to do what he believes is right for humanity as a whole.
KILL ME, KILL ME NOW, SAVE US TRUMP, MAGAMAGAMAGA!
The sweet nostalgia of 2007, thy name is Transformers. Even if the live action movie series as a whole has more downs than up and had grown totally tiresome by the end, there is definitely a certain fun schlock charm to the first one.
> "Alien and Predator are the two of the most identifiable, iconic characters of all time, and I love them for that. But mostly, it’s being fortunate enough to be a kid when they were new. I’ve seen every movie they’ve ever been in, and I cannot wait to see them wreaking havoc in the Marvel Universe. I drew my pictures of them with a massive smile on my face.”
>“There’s nothing more thrilling than a story that will keep you at the edge of your seat, and Alien and Predator have delivered that time and time again!" said Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski in a statement to IGN. "I can clearly remember where I was when I saw each of these modern masterpieces for the first time, and reveling in how both masterfully weave extraterrestrial dread and drama into some of the most iconic scenes we’ve ever seen on film. And it’s that legacy that we’re going to live up to!”