The first thing you notice, red hair. So at least TMNT is on the path to something right.
Is this more proof of TMNT and your faith in Michael Bay's abilities to pull off a (better) movie about classic cartoon characters? Or is their a need for more evidence in his skills? Ninja Turtles is set for theateres in 2014.
What would happen if Deadpool as Merc bent on killing every hero and villain in the Marvel Universe? The result: Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe! Written by Cullen Bunn and with artwork by Dalibor Talajic, Deadpool will be going through four issues of chaos as he is going to kill every single character in the Marvel Universe. "Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe" is a What if? story. Bunn said this:
I don't think there's any subterfuge in the title. This is Deadpool murdering the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe we know and love. On another level, though, it's kind of a tragic story about being the puppet of greater forces -- and how far one might go to be free of all that.
If anyone remembers, Marvel did this same thing years ago (1995 to be exact) with the Punisher. Titled "Punisher Kills The Marvel Universe". It was written by Garth Ennis with artwork by Doug Braithwaite. It only had one issue and was also a What If? story.
So there you have it, and if you still don't have enough of what Bunn said above, check out these covers to the series (covers by Kaare Andrews).
Ever want to send a letter to your favorite creator, editor, writer, or artist? Have you ever wanted to tell them that their career is just what is keeping comics alive these days? Or have you wanted to just say, what’s up from [Your Name Here]? Well guess what DC Comics is allowing you (yes you) to be able to send a letter to your favorite creative team over any current comics! So what are you waiting for?
Are as excited as I am, or even more? Who can truly know? Anyway, DC Comics will allow anyone that is willing ask questions. Send it by mail, yes that’s right mail not email, and send it to this specific location:
Letters to the Editor
New York, NY 10019
Don’t know how to send a letter? Fear not! DC will allow anyone to send messages by computer, however not by personal email. DC Comics has set up a website for those who rather send a message through computer. ALL messages are limited to 500 words, so keep it short! Instructions for this are:
Topic (it is a multiple topic and can be anything)
Here's the link to their site. Not all letters will be published, read, or sent back to the sender. So while that’s the downside of things, be the first of your friends, family, and the rest of the world and send your letter to DC Comics!