The Binquirer, August 9 Edition: New Legends of the Dark Knight lineups, Ben Affleck and Justice League, and much more!
By Dan Horn
August 9, 2012 - 11:27
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DC has announced a new listing of creative lineups and release dates for their Legends of the Dark Knight
digital series. Here they are:
August 9— “A Game to Die For” written by TJ Fixman with artwork by Christopher Mitten
August 16— “Slam!” Part 1 written by Joshua Fialkov with artwork by Phil Hester & Eric Gapstur
August 23— “Slam!” Part 2 written by Joshua Fialkov with artwork by Phil Hester & Eric Gapstur
August 30— “Slam!” Part 3 written by Joshua Fialkov with artwork by Phil Hester & Eric Gapstur
September 6— “Bat-Man: The Movie” written by Andrew Dabb with artwork by Giorgio Pontrelli
September 13— “Together” written by Jonathan Larsen with artwork by Tan Eng Huat
September 20— “Gotham Spirit” written by Jeff Parker with artwork by Gabriel Hardman
September 27— “Dungeons & Dragons” writing and artwork by Mike Oeming
October 4— “Look Inside” written by Rob Williams with artwork by Juan Ryp
October 11— “Arkham's Ghost” Part 1 written by Joe Harris with artwork by Jason Masters
October 18— “Arkham's Ghost” Part 2 written by Joe Harris with artwork by Jason Masters
October 25— “Arkham's Ghost” Part 3 written by Joe Harris with artwork by Jason Masters
Film and Television:
Orange you glad we don't go bananas over every internet rumor? Everyone seemed to be talking about Ben Affleck
's possible role in Warner Bros' upcoming Justice League
film: Would he direct? Would he co-star as well? Well, how about neither? It looks like as everybody went rabid over the "scoop" that Affleck had been eyed for the job, Deadline
, party-poopers extraordinaire, report after talking with Affleck's people that Variety's original claim of the actor/director's involvement in the film is only conjecture at best. Actually, they weren't nearly as genteel, stating that Variety's gossip is "bullshit." Affleck's camp says Ben had already passed on the movie.
turns 50 next year, and BBC is doing something very special for the Doctor's birthday. A 90 minute Dr. Who film, entitled "An Adventure in Space and Time," has been commissioned for the occasion. You can expect to see the movie air in 2013.
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