This Wednesday, Harley’s Little Black Book #6 hits store shelves. The latest in Harley’s great misadventures, this issues sees her partner up with someone almost, or perhaps equally, as dangerous as she is! Enter: Lobo! Check out the Comics Beat’s exclusive preview of the issue after the jump. Writers: Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti Artist: Simon […]
Also featuring looks at BATMAN, SUPERMAN, and THE WILD STORM
by David Carter Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at DC’s sales figures. Still no sign of the Diamond end-of-year numbers for 2016; according to comics sales figures guru John Jackson Miller they are still forthcoming, though indefinitely delayed. One they are (finally) made available I’ll adjust the figures in the […]
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Marvel! Disney! DC! Batman! Star Wars! Elves! Minecraft! Yeah…. it’s a great time to be a Lego fan! I was fortunate to tour Lego’s showroom during Toy Fair, and every turn, every display had something that was cool and exciting and had me plotzing! First, there’s this: The official text: Ms. Marvel is on a […]
As a cartoon loving kid of the 90’s, chances are the Batman: The Animated Series was on your “must-watch list.” It’s hard to believe that the iconic show is hitting its 25th year anniversary. But what really made this show stand out so much in our minds, even now as adults? Aside from the […]
This afternoon, DC Comics issued a cryptic press release teasing the launch of four DC/Looney Tunes crossover comics. Stay tuned. Jonah Hex. Yosemite Sam. Martian Manhunter. Marvin the Martian. Lobo. The Road Runner. Batman. Elmer Fudd. Whether these books end up being oneshots or miniseries like Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles remains to be seen. These books […]
Alex Lu tackles the launch of several new DC heavy-hitters with special guest Davey Nieves!
After co-writers and directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller came out of nowhere to make The Lego Movie a surprising hit in 2014, it only made sense that Will Arnett’s voiced Batman would be the appropriate follow-up film in the franchise. Batman was a scene-stealer and constant bolt of energy with a complete lack of self-awareness, essentially a parody of the repeated iterations we’ve seen of the world’s greatest detective on screen.
David Carter dives in DC’s December 2016 sales!