§ Nice art: Julia Gfrörer’s art has always been obsessed with the sea so her comic (with Andy Warner) about about rescuing refugees at sea is both beautiful and harrowing. § It’s that time of year when I do my annual huge cleanup. I wrote about this seven years ago at about the same time […]
Alex looks at the first chapter to Morrison’s and Liam Sharp’s intergalactic space cop epic
Upon its completion, and the upcoming hardcover release, we chat with the writer-artist about his infusion Celtic myth into the DCU.
The new series will return Hal Jordan to his roots as a space cop.
“You should rejoice, caretaker! The Causeways lie open! We’re free at last!”
In June 2016, DC Comics kicked off the start of its Rebirth initiative. After a wave of criticism surrounding the way they have treated their characters’ rich histories since 2011’s New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to rebrand. They hope that by restoring their characters’ pasts, they will restore readers’ faith in them as well. […]
The Brave and the Bold was one of the hallmarks of DC’s Silver and Bronze Age lineups. The classic title, which teamed Batman up with a number of different heroes from throughout the DC universe, is one of those concepts that’s always rich with possibility (particularly in how it utilizes the popularity of Batman to […]
The final issue of the current Wonder Woman run is upon us, Kyle takes a look at how things shake out.
When Greg Rucka returned to Wonder Woman alongside lead artists Liam Sharp, Bilquis Evely, and Nicola Scott, they had one goal in mind: to tell us who Diana Prince really is. Over the years, Wonder Woman has been many things– a warrior, a diplomat, a member of the Justice League, a lover, a champion of the […]
In a post on his Tumblr, writer Greg Rucka announced he would be leaving Wonder Woman with issue #25 since the bimonthly pace had become too taxing for him. In a separate but subsequent FB post, artist Liam Sharp announced he too would be leaving the book, but ” not straying too far.” He also too kthe […]