Things We Saw Today: Check Out This First Look At Hulu’s Upcoming Marvel Runaways
Our first look at the main characters in Hulu’s THE RUNAWAYS series! pic.twitter.com/mHH1ORvD0b
— MCU News & Tweets (@MCU_Tweets) May 3, 2017
Look out, Netflix! Hulu stepped into the Marvel superhero game with its awesome first look at Marvel Runaways, a new series based on the Brian K. Vaughan/Adrian Alphona series about a group of superpowered teens who realize that their parents are secretly supervillains. They also saw a really cool-looking trailer which we also saw, thanks to the disreputable Internet. While it’s no longer online (at least, not in a way we can share with you), I think the show looks pretty epic. Definitely some changes in tone from show to comic, but still enjoyable.
- ICYMI, the Eisner Awards, awarding the best in comics, announced their nominations yesterday. Congratulations to all the wonderful and talented nominees! (via Comic Con International)
- Is what’s happening with Poe/Finn in Star Wars fandom the result of queerbaiting, or simply the product of really enthusiastic fan shippers? Tor.com discusses.
- Check out this amazing comic over at The Oatmeal on “the backfire effect,” and why we tend to believe things less when presented with more facts.
- Alan Cumming is hosting the inaugural Pride Awards in New York City on June 21st, which appropriately coincides with Pride Week! (via The Hollywood Reporter)
YOU could hang with me at the #WonderWoman premiere! It’s going to be A LOT of fun. Enter NOW: https://t.co/AcWmjRRYL5 pic.twitter.com/lhazGHCc5r
— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) May 3, 2017
And lastly, there’s the above awesomeness, thanks to Gal Gadot’s Twitter feed. I’m telling you about it, but you all have to promise not to enter. Because, I mean it’ll be really hard for me to win if all of you enter, too, okay? So, just, like, don’t this one time. Thanks!
What have YOU seen out there today?
(image: MCU Tweets)
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