It’s February! Not only is it February, it’s already almost a quarter of the way through February? Time is weird, my friends.
This week in nerdiness:
- Out this week for #NCBD (collections, series starts, or TPBs for you to jump onto new series, check out Comic List for a full list of releases) :
1. Death Be Damned #1, by Ben Acker and Hannah Christenson
2. Steven Universe Ongoing #1, by Melanie Gillman and Katy Farina (Cover: Missy Pena)
3. Infinite 7 #1, by Dave Dwonch and Arturo Mesa
4. Justice League of America Rebirth #1, by Steve Orlando and Ivan Reis
5. Trekker: Rites of Passage Vol. 1, by Ron Randall
6.Athena Voltaire: Volcano Goddess Vol. 1, by Steve Bryant and Jim Nelson
7.Weird Detective: The Stars Are Wrong Vol. 1, by Fred Van Lente, Guiu Vilanova, Mauricio Wallace, and Josan Gonzalez
8. Archie 1000 Page Comics Compendium TPB
9. Hal Jordan & Green Lantern Corps Vol. 1, by Robert Venditti, Ethan Van Sciver, Rafa Sandoval, and Jordi Tarragona
10. Justice League of America: Gods and Monsters, by Bruce Timm, J.M. DeMatteis, Thony Silas, and Darick Robertson
11. Battlestar Galactica Classic Omnibus Vol. 1, by Rick Remender, Carlos Rafael, and Dave Dorman
12. Nameless Vol. 1, by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham
- New Samurai Jack trailer!
- Inuyasha is getting a live-action movie. Not many details yet, but Yutaka Kyan of J-Rock band Golden Bomber will be playing Inuyasha.
- The second season of Stranger Things got a release date (Halloween of this year) and a new trailer during the Super Bowl:
- Funimation says the second season of Attack on Titan will be available April 1. (I’ll believe it when I see it.)
- Image Comics has announced for their 25th anniversary that they will make more comics available digitally through Comixology, including Snyder’s Wytches and more of Deconnick’s Bitch Planet.
- Still no Rick and Morty Season 3 but there’s a new website for you to poke around on. Join the Galactic Federation!
- We got a new sneak peek of Wonder Woman with this international TV spot:
- Elder Scrolls Online’s DLC Homestead drops today, letting you buy real estate in Tamriel.
- Peter Capaldi has announced he’s leaving Doctor Who after the end of this year, after being there since 2013. Maybe now we’ll get a female doctor. Or a doctor who’s a PoC. Or anyone other than a scrawny British dude. (Nahhhh.)