Adventures of Superman #50
Valentine De Landro, Matt Wilson and I have a little Superman/Lois Lane story out digital-first today.
USA Today has a preview up here.
The only place to get it right now is here. 99 cents.
(Edited because I accidentally forgot to credit colorist Matt Wilson.)
Coffee break observations
I spend a lot of time in front of a desk or behind the wheel. Consequently, when I’m actually walking on the street I tend to have a higher level of appreciation when I notice some aspect of human behaviour.
Today, a lady walking across the street while reading her phone. Dumb, yes, but when she got to the curb she was at least aware enough to try and step over it… so as not to trip. But it wasn’t the higher section of the curb, it was the sloped transition at the intersection… so she did that strange lift-fall step you sometimes see when people misjudge the stairs. Like a horse pawing the dirt, there’s some hesitation, some awkward sense of things not going right. So she fell forward slightly, but not so much as to break stride fully or to lose her place on the phone. She carried on, still not looking left or right or even at what was in front of her.
I hope it was important.
After several attempts to get a TV show based on Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming‘s comic series Powers off the ground at FX, Sony Pictures TV has announced it will launch the show on the PlayStation video game console.
There’s no official, set date for when the series will start. It also isn’t clear whether it will follow the Netflix model of all the season’s episodes going up at once, or if the new series will at all resemble the pilot on which FX passed in 2012. The season will reportedly be 10 episodes.
US exclusive, which is probably a big FU to Canada, again.
Look who’s back: Incredibles 2 in the works! http://variety.com/2014/film/news/disney-plans-third-cars-the-incredibles-2-movies-1201137824/ Disney, just shut up and take my money.