Marvel is excited to announce that on Wednesday, July 16th, at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT, Marvel’s Joe Quesada will be announcing an all-new comic book title and all-new era for one of Marvel’s most classic Super Heroes on the Emmy and Peabody Award-winning “The Colbert Report” on Comedy Central.
Hey there Hubsters! After a long (and eventful) two week-break, fake news is back this Monday! So much has happened since the last shows, including a Supreme Court ruling allowing family-owned corporations to deny healthcare options to employees because of religious beliefs, the Israeli military strikes on Gaza, the latest revelations of the FBI’s ethnic profiling of Muslim Americans, the World Cup Final, the end of a Facebook experiment which manipulate the emotions of users, and more. As always, let us know what you think about the guests, their projects, topics you hope they cover for the week, and anything else you might want to add in the comments below!
The unofficial fan guide will serve as the ultimate viewer’s handbook, taking fans through notable (and forgotten) moments from the past nine years.
“We’re excited to finally share our encyclopedic knowledge of the Colbert Report in a context that won’t cause people to slowly recoil in fear,” Johnson says.
BUMP — STEPHEN WON AMAZON!
We faithful members of the Colbert Nation know that a few weeks ago, Stephen Colbert declared all-out war on Amazon after the powerful mega-store demanded better financial terms from the publisher Hachette. When the publisher refused, Amazon threw a tantrum and retaliated by removing all the “buy” and “presale” buttons from Hachette’s books. Unfortunately for them, Hachette (or, rather, Grand Central, which is part of Hachette) is Stephen’s publisher. Jon Stewart’s, too, by the way. That meant Stephen’s books couldn’t be purchased. And that made Stephen raging MAD.