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    The Rundown: March 20, 2017

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    Welcome back to The Rundown, our daily breakdown on comic news stories we missed from the previous day. Have a link to share? Email our team at rundown@multiversitycomics.com.

    Clueless is being adapted into a comic by Boom Box. The series will follow Cher, Dionne, and Tai through their senior year of high school and as they contemplate what comes next. The series will be co-written by Amber Benson and Sarah Kuhn with art by Siobhan Keenan. “Clueless” #1 launches this summer and will feature a cover by Natacha Bustos.

    – Author Jack Campbell’s expansion of his “The Lost Fleet” series, “The Lost Fleet: Corsair,” has found a home at Titan Comics. The series will be written by Campbell himself with art by Andre Siregar and Sebastian Cheng and will feature a story that focuses on the descendant of “The Lost Fleet’s” main character trying to live up to his family name.

    – Longtime “Witchblade” artist Stjepan Sejic will be taking over as the series regular artist on “Aquaman” this June with an extra-sized 25th issue. Since the announcement he’s posted many practice pieces to his Twitter.

    – Marvel has announced a “Secret Empire” companion series called “Secret Empire: Brave New World.” It’s set to show how the Marvel Universe as a whole deals with the truth about Steve Rogers, specifically characters such as Blade, Gwenpool, Cap’s original team The Invaders, and the All-New Patriot. The series which is set to debut in June will be written by Paul Allor and drawn by Brian Level “and an army of Marvel’s top creators following suit.”

    – DC Comics has announced “Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor” #1, a one-shot issue following Wonder Woman’s long time paramour and friend. The issue will follow Steve as he is forced to tackle and ancient enemy and old-foe of Wonder Woman all on his own. The press release asks “Where is Wonder Woman?” The issue is out this June and will be written by Tim Seeley with art by Christian Duce.

    – The first poster for Stephen King’s The Dark Tower was leaked this weekend, however, it has been confirmed by King himself. The poster depicts Idris Elba’s Roland Deschain in an upside down world. It’s also fun to notice the image of a tower created out of negative space in the image.

    – We’ve received a couple updates on the status of the DCEU over the weekend. The first being a report that co-writer of Green Lantern Corps David S. Goyer might also be in line to direct the film. The second is the rumor that due to a re-write of The Batman Joe Manganiello isn’t sure if he’ll even be in the film, offering up a less than enthusiastic “we’ll see” when questioned about it.

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn has teased that both Sylvester Stallone and Smallville alum Michael Rosenbaum have roles that are “very important to the the Marvel Universe.”


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