This March sees the release of DC’s next big step in integrating Watchmen into their mainline universe with the Batman/Flash crossover “The Button”, centering on the smiley-face paraphenalia that Bruce discovered in the Batcave at the close of last year’s DC Universe Rebirth special that launched their current publishing status-quo (and a pretty fun status-quo […]
Here we go. “The Button” is a a four part story arc in issues #21 and #22 of BATMAN and THE FLASH, by the Batman team of Tom King and Jason Fabok, and the Flash’s Joshua Williamson/ Howard Porter duo. The story line will unravel more of the mystery set up by Geoff Johns in DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH […]
Rebirth’s first event series will pit their big-screen teams against one another
There’s “still room in comics to play for keeps.”
Kyle Pinion and Alex Lu tackle the latest issue about the Scarlet Speedster, in which everything goes insane.
Looks like DC’s Vertigo line is still alive and kicking and even announcing some new titles from exclusive creators. Joshua Williamson, sometimes known as “The man in the hoodie” has just gone exclusive with DC. In addition to writing the rebirthed adve ntures of The Flash he’s writing Frostbite, a six issue mini series from […]
Story By: Joshua Williamson Art By: Mike Henderson Cover By: Mike Henderson Price: $2.99 Diamond ID: APR140582 Published: June 4, 2014 Officer Nicolas Finch doesn’t care about Buckaroo, Oregon’s serial killers or its secrets—he just wants to find his missing friend. With time running out he turns to the one man who has all […]
So there were a few announcements we missed out on covering over the weekend, because we were on-site and not at home, updating as things happened. I’ll try to go through some of the more notable things we missed out on! Starting off with the news that Dark Horse will be relaunching their range of […]
Monkeybrain have been going for a year now, garnering a fair handful of Eisner nominations and building up a substantial library of creator-owned titles. That in mind, what are their most recent releases like? Bandette seems to have taken most attention – let’s take a look at some of their other current comics.
Another week, and a whole slew of new comics on the horizon. This week I’m going to review a superhero relaunch, as well as one of the longest-running superhero comics around: Captain Midnight #0, and Invincible #103. Heroes, heroes, everywhere!