Starting off with the death of a Guardian is pretty ballsy.
This is the third season of a column that judges a book by its cover. Catch up on the current season here, or view the complete archive. I forking love textless covers. Can’t get enough of them! So when Image Comics announced they were doing a series of textless variant covers as part of a […]
Changes for Wonder Woman, Batgirl and oh, what a Mister Miracle cover is on the way.
When asked how his art has changed and evolved over the last 30 years, Jurgens said, “The changes to my art are influenced by what I write. The best way to tell a story also changes over time.”
THIS WEEK: Time is super-limited this week (every once in a while, real-life calls), so Kyle is focusing on one comic – the last bi-weekly issue of Dan Jurgens’ delightful Action Comics run aka there’s no Round-Up this time around – I’ll make it up to you next time! In better news, Andrea Ayres joins […]
In the wake of Batman Beyond‘s previous arc, Bruce’s old traumatic spinal injury has come back to haunt him. As the elder Batman recovers, the new generation of Bat, Terry McGinnis, decides to move into Wayne Manor to help his mentor. But as he aids Bruce and gives his batsuit an upgrade, an old foe comes […]
“Take your places. Tomorrow, we begin.”
“Superman Reborn” will take over both titles in March
by Jerome Maida If sales are any indication, DC Rebirth seems to be truth in advertising, as the line wide relaunch has seen the company dominate sales in a way not seen for a long time. Perhaps no character has led the way more than DC’s revitalized Superman. The Man of Steel’s resurgence on the […]
The world has been reborn. Last month’s release of DC Universe: Rebirth #1 kicked off a new era of storytelling for the publisher. The house that gave us Batman and Superman is looking to make up for the mistakes of the New 52 canonical reboot, reinstating old plot points that were erased from their timeline and even bringing back […]