SDCC ’15: Listen to the full ‘Grant Morrison: The Multiversity And Beyond’ Panel

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By Harper Harris Miss out on the ‘Grant Morrison: The Multiversity and Beyond‘ panel at this year’s San Diego Comic Con? Never fear! Hear Morrison talk to DC’s VP of Marketing John Cunningham about his ideas for The Multiversity and how the project took form, as well as info on his upcoming Wonder Woman: Earth One, Multiversity Too, […]

SDCC ’15 Interview: Marguerite Bennett talks DC Comics’ “Bombshells”

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By Nick Eskey DC Collectible’s popular Bombshells figures have recently been green lighted for its own comic, written by Margurite Bennett with art by Margurite Sauvage and set in an alternate reality of WWII where Super Heroes exist. Bennett talks about her experience with the book at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con 2015. How did you […]

SDCC ’15 Interview: Brenden Fletcher Gets in Depth about Miyazaki, Music, and Continuity in his Books

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By Harper W. Harris The Fletcher-Verse: this is what superfans like to call the little corner of the DC Universe that’s penned (or co-penned) by Brenden Fletcher, including Batgirl, Gotham Academy, and the new Black Canary series. I got a chance to sit down with Brenden to discuss his inspirations, approach, and general disregard for […]

SDCC ’15 Interview: Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner, and Chad Hardin talk Power Girl and Harley Quinn

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By Harper W. Harris Down in the bustle of the DC booth, I got a chance to talk with Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Chad Hardin, the team behind the ever popular Harley Quinn series, as well as newer books Harley Quinn and Power Girl and Starfire.   Harper W. Harris: When you wrote issue […]

SDCC ’15 Interview: Tom King and Tim Seeley Chat About Grayson

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By Harper W. Harris Among the DC books that sparked a sort of revolution for the publisher in terms of new kinds of stories is Grayson, the espionage comic by Tom King, Tim Seeley, and Mikel Janin. In a nice and surprisingly quiet corner of the convention, I was able to sit down and have […]

August Batman: Arkham Knight DLC Revealed

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Warner Bros. gives details on what Arkham Knight owners can add in August. 1989 Movie Batmobile Pack: Battle through the streets of Gotham City with this pack that includes the Batman skin and Batmobile from the 1989 Batman film, as well as two tracks inspired by the film’s sequel. The Bat-family Skins Pack: Included in […]

SDCC ’15 Interview: Mark Russell talks Prez, Politics, and Taco Drones

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By Harper W. Harris Of all the new DCYou titles that have come out so far, Prez by Mark Russell and Ben Caldwell may be my favorite. It takes a sharp, satirical look at the future and the American political process in a way that is a bit shocking to see in a DC comic […]

SDCC ’15: DC Comics Meets Lego Arts

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By Nick Eskey “Lego” is the toy that let’s allows kids and adult to build from premade manuals, or to create out of their imaginations. Complete miniature sized cities, even worlds, can be made. But what about a something larger than life?   Nathan Sawaya is the artist behind the nationwide touring exhibit “The Art […]

SDCC ’15: DC Collectibles Sneak Peak

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  By Nick Eskey DC Collectibles has another exciting line up for this upcoming year. We’ll be seeing much in the way of artist inspired work: from action figures, to statues. For the high-end collector, comic inspired artwork is typically high on the priority list. And what other company produces such detailed pieces from beloved […]

DC Announces Eight New Miniseries, Including the First New Title Featuring Sugar and Spike in Over 30 Years

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DC is bringing back several cult favorite characters back in a big way.  In the beginning of 2016, DC will debut eight miniseries meant to enhance the DC Youniverse’s diversity. Len Wein will be writing a new take on the Metal Men, who were last seen in the pages of Swamp Thing #36. Coincidentally, Wein will also be […]

How Lying Made BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT the Best Comic Game Ever (Spoilers!)

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We discuss some of the influences that went into Batman Arkham Knight and how lying made the game better. (SPOILER ALERT)

A Month Of Venturing Into The DC You: Week Four

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Here we go, it’s the final week! Let’s cut straight to the chase and talk DC’s Week 4 of their “DC You” initiative. After last week, I’m feeling pretty good, and ready to read! What do they have in store for me? Side-note: my LCS didn’t get Teen Titans this week, so it is omitted […]

See the BATMAN: ARKHAM KNIGHT Launch Trailer

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Final Arkham Knight Trailer is released hours before the game’s launch.

A Month Of Venturing Into The DC You: Week Three

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It’s week 3 of Kyle’s adventure in the DC Universe, come join the party!

A Month Of Venturing Into The DC You: Week Two

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Week Two of Kyle’s DC Universe adventure

DC’s Special Edition NYC Panel Roundup, Sponsored by Twix

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This past weekend, DC took over a panel room at Special Edition NYC to discuss their DC YOU relaunch titles.  Panelists included Gotham Academy writer Becky Cloonan, Midnighter writer Steve Orlando, Action Comics writer Greg Pak, Black Canary artist Annie Wu, Black Canary writer Brendan Fletcher, and Constantine: the Hellblazer co-writer Ming Doyle.  While no new titles were announced, the panelists […]