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In case you missed it, “Dry Foot” is coming this June from Mad Cave’s 2019 Talent Search winners, and BOOM! announced “Power Rangers: Sins of the Future,” a Power Rangers: Time Force sequel. We also have an exclusive preview of next week’s historic “Magnificent Ms. Marvel” #13.
– Something big’s coming for Jonathan Hickman and co.’s X-Men this July, according to a teaser that ran on Marvel’s Twitter. Expect to learn more later today, when C2E2’s Marvel’s X-Men panel takes place.
– IDW announced an Artist’s Edition of Bill Mantlo and Michael Golden’s “Micronauts,” which will release this June. For more on the book, which will contain six issues from Golden’s run and additional material, visit IDW’s website. A portion of the proceeds will support Mantlo’s ongoing long-term medical care.
– Insider published a comic titled “What the President Did to Get Impeached and then Acquitted,” a look at why and how Donald Trump was … well, impeached and then acquitted. The comic, created by Anthony Del Col, Josh Adams, Taylor Esposito, and Charlie Kirchoff, is available for free here.
– Universal is developing a television version of W. Maxwell Prince and Martín Morazzo’s “Ice Cream Man,” for the streaming service Quibi. The mobile streaming service is set to debut April 6, according to Deadline.
– Serial Box is producing e- and audiobooks starring Jessica Jones and Black Widow. Jessica Jones: Playing with Fire will debut this May, and Black Widow: Bad Blood will debut this June.
– Hot Toys announced a 1/6th scale Miles Morales figure based on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which is the company’s first figure based on a fully animated film. To check out some rad pictures of the figure (which is available for pre-order), click here.
– And finally, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising led Wednesday’s domestic box office with a take of $1.7M, according to Deadline, showing that Funimation’s anime movies continue to play well in U.S. theaters.