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July 22, 2022 – Multiversity Comics | Pro Club Bd

Welcome back to The Rundown, our daily breakdown of comic book news we missed the day before. Do you have a link to share? Email our team at rundown@multiversitycomics.com.

In case you missed it, DC Comics has announced a six-issue miniseries Gotham: Year One, and Judge Dredd and Batman writer Alan Grant has died at the age of 73. We also have an exclusive preview of Marvel’s upcoming Gambit #1.

– DC Comics has revealed that their current crossover event has a secret title: Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths. The editor took advantage of the Dark Crisis panel at San Diego Comic-Con yesterday to reveal that the limited series created by Joshua Williamson and Daniel Sampere is actually a sequel to the legendary original series Crisis on Infinite Earths by George Pérez and Marv Wolfman is. “We kept the real name a secret from the start because we didn’t want to reveal what happened midway through the story with Return of the Infinite Earths,” said author Joshua Williamson. The first three issues of the artist formerly known as Dark Crisis are reissued with the newly announced full title. DC also used the panel to highlight a wave of companion books for the event, including Dark Crisis: The Deadly Green by authors Ram V, Joshua Williamson, Dan Watters and Alex Pak Nadel and artist Daniel Bayliss; Dark Crisis: The Dark Army by Mark Waid, Dennis Culver and Delilah S. Dawson; and Dark Crisis: War Zone by Jeremy Adams and Stephanie Williams. Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths is nearing its conclusion with Issue #5 of 7 hitting shelves August 30th.

– Two big Power Rangers announcements came from BOOM! Studios at San Diego Comic-Con. First, ComicBook.com has news that the new creative team for “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” beginning in issue #101 is writer Melissa Flores (“Power Rangers”, “The Dead Lucky”) and artist Simona Di Gianfelice (“All – New Firefly”). “Being able to write ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ is literally a dream come true and I can’t stop pinching myself,” Flores said. Issue #101 marks the beginning of the new “Recharged” era and features the reunion of the Rangers for a “bold new adventure”. Mateus Manhanini provides the main cover, with variants by Bon Bernardo, Francesco Tomaselli, David Mack and Dani Pendergast. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #101 will be supercharged in October.

– The second Power Ranger news from the convention, the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles crossover is getting a sequel later this year. Ryan Parrott and Dan Mora’s team will reunite for the book via ComicBook.com. Details of what will bring the two legendary teams back together are light, with the announcement only stating that the teams will join forces to “save the world from a growing menace that threatens to bring both teams to the brink”. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II launches in December.

– Scott Snyder’s recently launched IDW Creator Owned line called Dark Spaces continues to grow. Through AIPT, the monthly series Dark Spaces: Good Deeds comes from writer Che Grayson and artist Kelsey Ramsay. “One of our main goals with the ‘Dark Spaces’ series is to nurture emerging talent,” said Snyder, “and I’m particularly excited to be collaborating with Che Grayson, a tremendously talented writer and filmmaker, and artist exceptional Kelsey Ramsay. The story follows a teenager and her mother who move to a new town in Florida, only to discover a supernatural history tangled in the town’s violent obsession with the Fountain of Youth. Dark Spaces: Good Deeds will be released sometime in 2023. Dark Spaces: Wildfire, the first title in the series, was released this week.

– Through CBR, Dark Horse intends to reprint Richard Corben’s “Murky World” and “Den” in deluxe hardcover editions. The new editions will feature never-before-seen content as well as introductions from multiple industry authors. Murky World – receiving its first full collection – follows the warrior Tugat as he wakes up and finds himself in “a bizarre land populated by the hungry dead, cruel necromancers, buxom cyclops, evil cults and more.” The hardcover includes an introduction by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and Corben’s one-shot Dark Horse Presents. Den: Neverwhere follows adventurer Den into the fantasy world of Neverwhere, in a saga “filled with terror, magic, and violence.” José Villarrubia will restore the graphics and write the forward, while Blambot’s Nate Piekos will do the re-lettering. Actor and comedian Patton Oswalt will also provide an introduction. Murky World will be out in hardcover on April 26, 2023, while Den: Neverwhere will be out on July 26, 2023.

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– The Netflix animated series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe has released a trailer for the upcoming third season. The season promises to be the series’ “epic conclusion” as He-Man and the other Masters prepare for the final war against Skeletor with the fate of the universe hanging in the balance. The third and final season of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe debuts on 18.8.

– An all-star guest cast has assembled for Disney’s upcoming animated feature Moon Maiden and Devil Dinosaur Series. Above ET, Alison Brie, Andy Cohen, Daveed Diggs, Maya Hawke, Jennifer Hudson, Method Man, Cobie Smulders and Wesley Snipes will all have guest appearances on the series, with Omid Abtahi, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Michael Cimino, Indya Moore and Craig Robinson forming a recurring basis . They join a main cast that includes Diamond White as the titular girl genius and Fred Tatasciore as her prehistoric best friend, as well as Alfre Woodard, Libe Barer, Sasheer Zamata, Jermaine Fowler, Gary Anthony Williams and Laurence Fishburne. Moon Maiden and Devil Dinosaur is set to premiere sometime in 2023.

– Disney+ has added some R-rated superhero movies to its US Via service diversity, Dead Pool, dead pool 2and logan have all made their way to the service, which offers mostly family-friendly content in the United States. Disney noted in the announcement of the supplements that “subscribers are encouraged to reconsider their parental control settings to ensure a viewing experience that is most suitable for them and their family.” All three films are available on the service starting today.

– Syfy has announced on Twitter that her series Resident Foreigner was renewed for a third season before the airing of the second half of the second season. The third season will reportedly consist of 12 episodes. Based on the comic of the same name by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse, Resident Foreigner follows an alien (Alan Tudyk) who assumes the identity of a small-town doctor, only to find he develops human feelings and emotions. Created by Chris Sheridan and starring Sara Tomko, Corey Reynolds, Alice Wetterlund and Levi Fiehler. Resident Foreigner returns for the remainder of Season 2 on August 10.

– TaleFlick Productions has finally secured the TV rights to the Chris Crosby-created webcomic God Mode. Via Deadline, the Keenspot comic follows an Asian-American teenager who, in 1995, “creates a video game cheat code website that gains popularity in the early days of the internet.” The project is being accelerated and is currently looking for showrunners. Executive Producer is TaleFlick CEO Uri Singer.

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