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Dec 02 2013

Behind the Panels Issue 80 – Green Arrow: Quiver

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Behind-the-Panels-Iss80-CoverIn this issue, The Weinstein Company is developing a Sin City TV series. After Harvey Scissorhands is through with it, it’ll just be ‘City’. THEN Ghost Rider swaps his bike for a car. We assume helmet laws are to blame. PLUS our Kick Ass Pick of the Week, Green Arrow – Quiver by Kevin Smith, Phil Hester and Ande Parks. All this and more after this important message. This is Behind the Panels.

Next Week: Power Girl by Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray and Amanda Conner

Your Hosts: Richard Gray, David McVay and Dave Longo

 

Vintage Clip of the Week

Teen Titans in “Operation Rescue” (1967) – The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure

What We’ve Been Reading/Watching

New Releases (27 November 2013):  Infinity #6, Black Science #1, Pretty Deadly #2, Saga, Revival

TV: Agents of S.H.I.E.LD. (“Repairs”), The Walking Dead (“Dead Weight”)

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News Headlines

  • It’s officially official: Marvel has announced that Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson will be Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
  • Bob Weinstein is talking about developing a Sin City TV series following the release of the second film next year
  • Mark Waid, Chris Samnee and Javier Rodriguez will return to ol’ hornhead in March with a rebooted All-New Marvel NOW! Daredevil #1. And we could sleep again at night.
  • Following the end of his Aquaman run, Geoff Johns teases the “Rise Of The Seven Seas” Justice League event for 2014.
  • Matt Fraction and Joe Madureira’s Inhuman #1 has been delayed from January until April 2014!
  • The covers for Marvel’s Ghost Rider #1 have been released, and it seems that the flaming skull guy has ditched the bike for a hotrod car!
  • The Powers team of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Oeming will launch The United States of Murder Inc. in spring 2014 for Marvel’s Icon line.
  • Jaimie Alexander, in her full Sif costume, paid a visit to the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital this week, bringing gifts and taking the time for photographs and signatures with the kids. Yet another reason to love Jaimie Alexander.
  • The Universal Society of Hinduism has called for ABC and Disney to apologise after an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode suggested that Lord Vishnu was an alien.

Kick Ass Pick of the Week

This week we read Green Arrow: Quiver, by Kevin Smith, Phil Hester and Ande Parks. Buy a copy online and support our site!

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The closing music this week is Benjamin Wynn and Jeremy Zuckerman’s score from DC Showcase: Green Arrow.

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