The Daily LITG, 7th February 2020, Happy Birthday Richard Bruning

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The 10 most-read stories yesterday

  1. “Death Note” Returns for a Special One-Shot Story – Read it Online for Free!
  2. Today’s Darth Vader #1 Comic Rewrites George Lucas’ Star Wars Canon (MASSIVE SPOILERS)
  3. Bad Idea Comics – No Digital, No Collections, No Variants, One-Per-Customer, From Twenty Stores Only
  4. The Brand New Batmobile – There’s An App For That – in Batman #88 (Spoilers)
  5. DC’s Generation Zero On Free Comic Book Day – a Sequel to Flash Forward and the Beginning of the New DC Timeline
  6. Bodnar’s Auction House Pulls DC Comics Bound Volumes From Sale
  7. Funko Announces Four New Pokemon Pop Vinyl Figures
  8. Destination Comics – A New Publisher From Comicsgate’s Richard Meyer and Chuck Dixon? With Sylvester Stallone-Written Expendables, And More
  9. “Ray Donovan” Showrunner David Hollander Confused by Series Ending
  10. It’s the Long-Awaited My Little Pony/Transformers Crossover from IDW

One year ago…

  1. Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers Pre-Orders Available Today
  2. Everything Lex Luthor Knew Was Wrong – Justice League #17 Rewrites More DC History
  3. LATE: Another Week, Another Delay For Doomsday Clock #9
  4. Natasha Lyonne in ‘Russian Doll’: The Embodiment of NYC’s East Village
  5. Could The Undertaker Leave WWE for AEW?

Happening today…

Things To Do In London... If You Like Comics - February 2020

  • Supervillain Girl Gang Life Models at the Cartoon Museum. Professional models pose with playful props and evocative soundtrack, drawing inspiration from the Cartoon Museum’s vast archive. 7-9.30pm at the Cartoon Museum,  London. £15 in advance, £20 on the door.
  • Glass Town Launch Party with Isabel Greenberg to launch her new graphic novel from Jonathan Cape: Glass Town, an exciting change of direction, based on the early lives of the Bronte siblings and infused with the imaginative flair and otherworldly fantasy that makes Isabel Greenberg’s work distinctively magical. Gosh Comics, London, from 7-9pm.
  • Harvard Book Store welcomes founder of Strange Fruit Comics Joel Christian Gill for a discussion of Strange Fruit, Volume I: Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History, Cambridge, MA, 7pm.

Happy birthday to…

The Daily LITG, 7th February 2020, Happy Birthday Richard Bruning

  • Richard Bruning, former EIC at Capital Comics, former creative director at DC, art director and consulting editor for Berger Books.
  • Alan Grant, longstanding writer of Judge Dredd, Batman and Lobo.
  • Bob Camp, artist on  G.I. Joe, Crazy Magazine, Bizarre Adventures, Savage Tales, Conan the Barbarian, and The ‘Nam.
  • Paul Castiglia, writer and editor on Archie Comics and Sonic The Hedgehog.
  • Brandon Spicer, artist for Cry Havoc Creations

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