Black Lighting show-runner Salim Akil is being accused of domestic Violence and copyright infringement by an ex-girlfriend. Actress Amber Dixon Brenner made these accusations via a complaint to the L.A. Superior Court, and accused Akil of “non-consensual assault and battery”. Though how assault and battery can ever be consensual is something to think about. Akil has of coursed denied these charges, and as of right now Akil is still running Black Lighting as these legal proceedings continue.
Just days before Aquaman drops in trailers, Kelly Sue DeConnick will be dropping Aquaman in a new situation in the comics. The book has been dealing with a Atlantis central theme for some time, but DeConnick will instead be moving him out of the seas. She told DC Universe;
In order for us to make our place, we had to get away from the Atlantis stuff, even though the Atlantis lore is really wonderful,. The absolutely fantastic run that we’re following has been doing a heavy Atlantean story. So we wanted to to have a contrast. We’re ambitious, right? [Laughs.] We want to make a hell of a run here. We want [other creators] to be like, ‘Shit, I can’t follow that!’
For you manga fans, are you curious what pieces are in the top ten of most sold all year? A Twitter user by the name of YonkouProd is reporting the best selling manga from Japan for November of ’17 to November of ’18. No surprise at around 44+ million units sold, the top ten most popular mangas are;
- One Piece – 8,113,317
- My Hero Academia – 6,718,185
- Attack on Titan – 5,235,963
- Slam Dunk – 5,214,085
- Haikyu!! – 5,030,624
- Kingdom – 4,970,171
- The Seven Deadly Sins – 4,867,680
- The Promised Neverland – 4,246,955
- That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime – 3,460,066
- Tokyo Ghoul:re – 3,267,843
What do you think? Is your favorite in the top ten? Let us know at Twitter @NerdCorp !
For fans of Star Trek who just so happen to have young children, good news! Apparently the Little Golden Book line is bringing a Star Trek book called Too Many Tribbles, and it’s exactly like you think it is.
Captain Kirk and the crew of the starship Enterprise are ready for almost anything–except tribbles! When these small, furry creatures invade the ship, Captain Kirk and the crew must act quickly, before they are buried in fur balls! Star Trek fans of all ages will love this action-packed Little Golden Book featuring Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, and the rest of the crew from the classic TV series in a unique retro art style!
The book releases in July of 2019.
A brand new poster and trailer for the upcoming DC Elseworld event has been released. In the trailer you see Stargirl, Smallville’s Arrow (at the very least his costume), Jessie Quick, The Ray and other heroes dead or dying as The Flash (John Wesley Shipp) confronts The Monitor. The trailer is incredibly dark and gritty, and with hint of Justin Hartley’s version of Green Arrow being involved somehow, that has made me and others very excited.