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Daily LITG: Returning Prodigal Son
The world keeps turning, and America is beginning to heal from all the burns. Even if a few scabs need pulling off first.
- Prodigal Son Making Its Return – The Daily LITG, 29th of May 2021
- The Boys Aren’t Lovin’ It: Vought’s New Burger A Walking Heart Attack
- Prodigal Son Save, The Boys Squared: BCTV Daily Dispatch 29 May 2021
- The Returning Prodigal Son – The Daily LITG, 28th May 2021
- Who is Gohanks and Why is His Dragon Ball Super Card So Expensive?
- Prodigal Son Update: Warner Bros. TV Group Confirms “Conversations”
- Law & Order: “Crisis on Infinite Dick Wolf Shows” Coming? Meloni Wraps
- Doctor Who Star Tom Baker’s The Curator Returns for UNIT: Nemesis
- Sandman: Neil Gaiman Has Zero F*cks to Give Death, Desire Pushback
- Moira Mactaggert Had The Books Of Destiny All Along? (Spoilers)
ICYMI: more you may prefer from yesterday.
In case you fancied more LITG about comic books.
LITG one year ago – Masters of the Universe, Lucifer, Star Wars (Oh my)
Bleeding Cool continued to report from the comics industry shutdown, as it starts to ramp up, but one year ago it was all about the Lucifer, JK Rowling, Masters of the Universe, and more.
- Lucifer Cancelled, Final Story Released as a DC Graphic Novel
- J.K. Rowling Accidentally Tweets F-Bomb Transphobic Report To Millions
- Hasbro Announces Star Wars: Rebels Black Series Re-Release
- Warhammer 40,000 Comes To Life with McFarlane Toys
- Masters of the Universe: Revelation: Kevin Smith Clears Up Rumor Again
- DC Comics Cancels Manhunters Secret History, Walmart Giants, Reprints
- Batwoman: CW Lets Us Play One of These Things Is Not Like the Other
- Fargo Season 4 Teaser Apologizes for Series’ Awkward, Temporary Pause
- Ticket To Ride: Stay At Home Print And Play Expansion Announced
- Putting The Rifleman Back Into Comic Books
LITG two year ago – When Metaverse was a thing.
A year ago, Doomsday Clock named the DC Universe as the ‘metaverse’, something that no one at all followed up on. We were ahead of where Wally West would end up though.
- The Walking Dead’ Season 10: Abraham Meets Judith as On-Set Image Melts Our Walker Hearts
- Brandon Sanderson Says Amazon’s ‘Wheel of Time’ Show Goes in “Unexpected Directions”
- Joshua Luna Blasts Image Comics for Anti-POC Double Standards
- [Rumor] ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Gaining Brent Spiner as Data?!?
- 4 New Harry Potter E-Books Coming from J.K. Rowling in 2019
Comic book birthdays today
There may still not be much of a party atmosphere right now, but everything is starting to normalise out now, so maybe? But comics folk are always getting older and still celebrating that special date.
- Adrian Tomine, creator of Optic Nerve.
- David Anthony Kraft, founder, and editor of Comics Interview.
- Dean Haspiel, comics creator for a variety of publishers, 2010 Emmy Award winner.
If you are in comics and have a birthday coming up – or you know someone who has – get in touch at email@example.com.
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