Off-Panel: April 10, 2015

Our daily round-up of news around the comics space, from the gutters and beyond.

“DC Comics imprint Vertigo is getting a new comic book miniseries from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke called Amped, and a television adaption is also in the works for USA Network from Kripke.”

I don’t watch Supernatural (something I will correct at some point), but I’m excited about this comic series!

“How to fix every Strong Female Character pose in superhero comics: replace the character with Hawkeye doing the same thing.”

This is the best thing. Ever.

“The new service will launch with a broad portfolio of content including original short-form content created exclusively for the channel’s subscribers, films and television series from Lionsgate and other studios designed to appeal to the diverse interests of Comic-Con’s fan base as well as exclusive archived footage from Comic-Con’s 45-year history. As part of the new channel, the two companies will also work closely to make the Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival (CCI-IFF) a 365-day-a-year online event.”

Erm. Okay. This should be interesting?

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