The oddball Hanna-Barbera line, as overseen by DC’s secret weapon, group editor Marie Javins, and gleefully promoted by co-publisher Dan DiDio, has done a lot better, sales-wise, than anyone expected. Pairing fresh comics talent with updated version of the line has hit a sweet spot with baby boomer comics fans. Ands the line is just getting […]
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion dive into a collection of works by DC’s latest rising stars!
“Those who stand against you have chosen to become fodder.”
David Carter analyzes DC Comics’ July sales!
DC have been pretty active and open to the idea of setting up inter-company crossovers of late: from Batman ’66 meeting The Green Hornet to the students of Gotham Academy going to meet up with the Lumberjanes. This year alone has seen two crossovers between some of IDW and DC’s biggest franchise characters – and […]
What, exactly, is #Rebirth?
The bind in mini comics included in each issue of Dark Knight III have been a pretty cool little thing about the project, both as an esthetic bonus and as a sort of “featurette” to the main story. And they also give you a peek at what the book would be like if Frank Miller […]
We sit down with Tom Taylor, the master of vestigial limb slicing and universe spanning conflict.
Author Cullen Bunn has just announced his departure from Aquaman via a Reddit Ask Me Anything session held yesterday. The story was picked up by CBR, as the Big Two writer also confirmed a lost Green Lantern crossover. “I will be ending my Aquaman run with issue 48,” Bunn said on AMA, surprising readers. After […]
Usually, promotional comics featuring other franchises are an afterthought– which is why the brand new DC comic featuring KFC mascot Colonel Harland Sanders is so odd. The one-shot features Colonel Sanders of two worlds based on the classic Flash story from Carmine Infantino and Gardner Fox first published in 1961. The comic will be available […]