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Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for Morbius, based on the Marvel Comics character.

To watch the trailer, CLICK HERE.

Here's how Sony describes the movie:

"One of Marvel's most compelling and conflicted characters comes to the big screen as Oscar winner Jared Leto transforms into the enigmatic antihero, Michael Morbius. Dangerously ill with a rare blood disorder, and determined to save others suffering his same fate, Dr. Morbius attempts a desperate gamble. What at first appears to be a radical success soon reveals itself to be a remedy potentially worse than the disease."

Morbius will be in theaters on July 31.


Joker's Joaquin Phoenix was nominated for 11 Academy Awards on Monday morning, including Best Actor for Joaquin Phoenix and Best Movie.

Joker earned the most nominaitons of any movie.

Competition for Phoenix -- who won the Cricics Choice award on Sunday night -- will include Antonio Banderas in Pain and Glory, Leonardo DiCaprio in Once Upon a Tim in Hollwyood, Adam Driver in Marriage Story and Jonathan Pryce in The Two Popes.

The Irishman, Jojo Rabbit, Marriage Story, 1917, Little Woman, Onice Upon a Time ... in Hollywood and Parasite were also nomiminated in Best Picture.

Other nominations for Joker were Mark Bridges in Costume Design, Tom Ozanich, Dean Zupancic and Tod Matiland in Sound Mixing, Alan Robert Murray in Sound Editing, Hildur Gudnadottir for Original Score, Jeff Groth in Film Editing, Lawrence Sher in Cinematogrpy, Nicki Ledermann and Kay Georgiou in Makeup and Hairstyling, Todd Phillips and Scott Silver for Adapted Screenplay and Todd Phillps for Director.

Avengers: Endgame and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker were nominated in Visusal Effects.

Star Wars The Rise of Skeywalker also was nominated for John Williams for Original Score.

Black Widow's Scarlett Johannsson was nominated for Best Actress in Marriage Story and Best Supporting Actress for Jojo Rabbt.

The awards ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC on Sunday, Feb. 9.


BOOM! Studios has announced today a November release for an original graphic novel, Forever Home, from cartoonist Jenna Ayoub, a new story about finding your place and learning to love where you are.

Here's how BOOM! describes the book:

Willow has had a nomadic childhood -- with two parents in the military, staying put has become a pipe dream. And when the family arrives at their latest stop -- the historic Hadleigh House -- Willow encounters something that doesn't help her chances of finding home... ghosts!

"Hadleigh House's spectral residents have been scaring off would-be homebuyers for decades, and they intend to keep the house to themselves. But Willow's not about to let some nagging spirits force her to move for the millionth time. As Willow spends time in the house and gains the ghosts' respect through her own strong will to stay in the house no matter what, they find that all of them belong there. Together, the restless spirits are finally able to find some peace, and Willow finds a home.

"Then itfs just a matter of convincing Willow's parents that this old house is the one for them- ghosts included."

"Forever Home has been a very fun, and very personal project for me. It has given me the chance to pay homage to the spirits that I love\many of whom are actually still alive and hopefully will appreciate the little parts that they contributed to this story," Ayoub said. "I'm very excited to bring this adventure to life, and hope that it will bring readers as much joy as it has brought me."


IDW Publishing has announced that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Urban Legends, a monthly comic book series reprinting the incomplete TMNT series originally released from 1996 to 1999, will finally be concluded with a new story running from issue #24 through #26.

Here's how IDW describes the story:

"The original creative team of writer Gary Carlson and artist Frank Fosco reunite to bring an ending to the Urban Legends saga, colored by Adam Guzowski, who also colored the entire series. The new storyline, debuting with issue #24 in April, unmasks the mysterious and deadly Lady Shredder, leading to a showdown that TMNT fans have waited two decades to see."

"It's a pleasure to be able to finish up the TMNT storylines that Frank Fosco and I started over twenty years ago," Carlson said. "I have always been proud of the issues we did at Image. It's great to know that our run hasn't been forgotten, and that so many fans are excited to see how it would have ended."

"After all these years, we're excited to finally be able to wrap up this awesome storyline../ so put a helmet on, buckle up, and jump on for an exciting ride full of twists and turns. We've all been waiting for this," Fosco said.


EMPYRE TEASERS: Marvel Comics has released two teaser images for Empyre, its event that starts in April.

Click on the thumbanils for larger images.

CRITICS CHOICE AWARDS: In addtion to Joquin Phoenix in Joker as Best Actor, Crtiics Choice Award winners on Sunday night included Avengers Endgame in Best Visual Effects and Best Action Movie, Joker's Hildur Gudnadottir for Best Score, Watchmen's Regina King in Best Actress in a Drama Series and Watchmen's Jean Smart in Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.

ARCHIE FIRST LOOKS: For covers and five-page preview of Archie #710, arriving in stores on Wednesday, Jan. 15 from Archie Comics, CLICK HERE.


Below are solicitations posted for March. Click on the publisher's name for the full listings and check back soon for additional solicitations.










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