Trailer of The Week: Marvel Comic’s Eternals

Hey Everyone,

Paul here…

I wanted to post something a little different for my Trailer of the Week. I think it’s really cool that comic book companies like Marvel and DC, have started to actually make trailers for their upcoming comic books and graphic novels. Marvel Comics released a trailer for their new series, Eternals, which you can check out below. Two of the companies most talented creators will be at the helm of a new Eternals series scheduled to hit digitally and comic book stores early next year. Written by industry vet Kieron Gillen, along with art by the spectacular Esad Ribic (Secret Wars, Thor: God of Thunder), Eternals is going to be a must read. 

One of the most interesting upcoming projects in the MCU is the film, Eternals, scheduled to hit theaters next year. Marvel Comics is always looking for a way to attract new readers, so when a particular character or team is going to be featured in a upcoming movie or television project, they make sure to capitalize on the exposure. Which means putting out a new comic book series featuring the characters from whatever movie or television series is about to drop. Which is exactly what Marvel plans on doing with Eternals. Take a look at the trailer below:

If you want to read a comic book featuring Eternals right away, I recommend checking out The Eternals mini series written by Neil Gaiman that came out a few years back. It’s a great read and you can pick up a copy right here: https://www.amazon.com/Eternals-Neil-Gaiman/dp/1302913123/ref=sr_1_2?crid=3BTQ1U1LDFXFF&dchild=1&keywords=eternals+neil+gaiman&qid=1606623891&sprefix=Eternals+nei%2Caps%2C146&sr=8-2

Or purchase it digitally on your tablet or at your local comic book store.

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-Paul

PODCAST: Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4! & More From SDCC ‘19!

Hi Everyone,

Paul here…

On this week’s episode of The World’s Best Podcast, after this year’s EPIC San Diego Comic-Con, co-host Paul Sr. and I break down all of the coolest announcements,  including the huge presentation from Marvel Studios revealing the movies and TV series that will be apart of MCU PHASE 4! The Eternals, Shang-Chi and The Legend Of The Ten Rings, Doctor Strange and The Multiverse Of Madness, Thor: Love & Thunder, & more! We also discuss this year’s massive Arrowverse crossover, Crisis On Infinite Earths! Finally, we review the new series from Amazon Prime, The Boys!

We also have some cool news we didn’t get a chance to cover in the podcast that we have posted below for you to check out.

Listen to the episode here or subscribe on Stitcher, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, and iTunes/Apple Podcasts: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/18653413

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MORE NEWS FROM SDCC 2019

The ARROWVERSE & Crisis On Infinite Earths –

DC’s Arrowverse panels had a lot of cool details and trailers from the upcoming seasons of each show. Perhaps more excitingly, we got some more info on their EPIC crossover: Crisis On Infinite Earths…

Considering this crossover will be dealing with The Multiverse and Parallel Realities, it comes as no surprise that we will be seeing different versions of characters we already know, but in different roles. In addition to hearing that Burt Ward will be making a cameo as Robin from another reality, we also learned that Brandon Routh who plays Ray Palmer on Legends Of Tomorrow will be taking on an exciting new role in the crossover. Routh famously played Superman in Bryan Singer’s 2006 Superman Returns, in the crossover he’ll also be playing Superman once again for Crisis On Infinite Earths, but not just any Superman, Kingdom Come Superman! It hasn’t been confirmed if Ray AKA The Atom and this version of Superman will actually meet face to face, but that would be pretty damn cool.

Routh is wearing a T-Shirt with the Kingdom Come Superman symbol

Kingdom Come is a classic Justice League story written by Mark Waid with art by Alex Ross, about the twilight of the classic DC heroes and the new, violent generation of meta-humans who are trying to replace them. Featuring this older, world weary version of Superman into the crossover is very exciting. It’s also been confirmed that Tyler Hoechlin will be returning as Clark Kent/Superman and Jon Cryer will be returning as Lex Luthor.

We also got what may be our first look at THE BIG BAD of Crisis On Infinite Earths, The Anti-Monitor with this concept art that popped up during Comic-Con…

We also got these pictures of new looks for Diggle and Laurel on Arrow.

Finally, here’s a better look at Supergirl’s cool new uniform from her upcoming season…

THE MCU: PHASE 4 (Pictures and Concept Art)

Below we have some cool pieces of concept art and behind the scene pictures from Marvel’s Phase 4 projects. Take a look…

Black Widow (Black Widow Vs. Taskmaster)

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Baron Zemo)

The Eternals (The Celestials)

Thanks for listening and reading!

-Paul