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The #Binquirer: Mar. 31 Edition

By Zak Edwards
March 31, 2014 - 22:50

Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the #Binquirer, where we give you the news roundup you want about your favourite TV, Movies, and of course Comic Books. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, we'll provide you with the biggest news in easily digestible chunks. Want to know more? Just click on the links provided!

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The Amazing Spider-Man #1 has picked up some extra creators in the form of Christopher Yost, Joe Caramagna and Peter David, and artists William Sliney, Giuseppe Camuncoli and Ramon Perez. More at Bleeding Cool.

Want a free comic by Grant Morrison and Rian Hughes? The BBC has released a short, wordless comic on its website by the two creators called The Key. More at the BBC.

Peter David announced the adaptation of Stephen King's Dark Tower II: The Drawing of Three. No word on who will be drawing or when the book will be released. More at CBR.

Alan Martin and Jamie Hewlett are set to collaborate on Tank Girl again, if they can raise the funds. A  Kickstarter has started to fund a 100-page hardcover Tank Girl book with all new material. More at Kickstarter.

Students at the university getting their funding cut for including LGBT friendly comics on their reading lists are protesting the cuts. More at the Post and Courier.

Comic artist Mico Suayan reported stolen original art from last weekend's Emerald City Comic Con. He has posted pictures of the stolen merchandise. More on Facebook.

Dark Horse announced two new series. Deep Gravity will come out by Mike Richardson, Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko and Curt Pires and Jason Copland will be releasing Pop. More at Bleeding Cool.

Elfquest will be getting the gallery treatment from Dark Horse. The edition will collect the original boards, concept art, pinups, and covers of the first five issues with commentary Wendy Pini and Richard Pini. More at Bleeding Cool.

A great web-swinging sequence from the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man 2. It's awesome. Watch it below:

The Walking Dead season finale last night brought in an amazing 10.2 million views. More at TV by the Numbers.

American Horror Story has added Michael Chiklis to its next, carnival-themed season. The Shield star will play Evan Peter's father. More at Coming Soon.

NBC has straight-to-series ordered 13 episodes of Aquarius, a new series where David Duchovny will hunt Charles Manson. More at The Wrap.

The next season of Comedy Bang! Bang! has its guest list released. Upcoming stars will include Fred Armisen, Alison Brie, Lizzy Caplan, Josh Groban, Nick Offerman, Patton Oswalt, Craig Robinson, Zach Galifianakis, and “Weird Al” Yankovic. More at the AV Club.

Helix has been officially renewed for a second season. The sci-fi series will return for 13-episodes. More at The Wrap.

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