Kyle takes a look at a pair of secondary Gotham and Metropolis titles
What happens when you cross over two major Sam Raimi/Rob Tapert franchises? You get a Xena and Army of Darkness four issue crossover mini series by Scott Lobdell and Elliot Fernandez (Harley Quinn and Power Girl). Variant covers include Reilly Brown (Deadpool & Cable), series artist Eliot Fernandez, David Robinson with an Action Figure Variant syle cover, and Michael Adams with […]
The Four Points #3 Story: Scott Lobdell Art: Jordan Gunderson Colors: Valentina Pinto Letters: Josh Reed Publisher: Aspen COmics Team stories are probably the hardest to tell in comics, maybe anywhere. To enjoy any tale; the reader needs to know whose story it is. A perfect example would be when you […]
By David Nieves Aspen Comics beat their own drum through the walls of Hall 9 today at SDCC. Panelsts included EIC Vince Hernandez, Beth Sotelo, Siya Oum, Jordan Gunderson, Giuseppe Cafaro, T.G Roberts, J.T Krul, Josh Reed, and Scott Lobdell. Festivities were led as usual by Frank Mastromro and Peter Steigerwald, kicking off with the […]
The Superman 75th Anniversary panel had two notable quotes from it, which I thought I should draw notice towards. The first is from Scott Lobdell, apparently announcing a big change for Superboy. The second is from Dan DiDio, and suggests… a Lois Lane series might be starting in 2014.
Week three brings a number of Batman villains to the forefront, as well as a surprising disconnect with the main Forever Evil storyline. Hardly any of the comics this week seem to have much of a tie-in to the event they’re supporting, which is unexpected. That aside, it’s business as usual with mothers getting killed, […]
The only cons I like better then ones that I can ride my bicycle to are cons that only take an hour and a half drive. Sometimes the commute is intimidating and it’s much easier to just stay home. Amazing Arizona Comic Con gave me too many reasons to not miss this event.
Almost certainly due to the news that The Daily Planet was long-ago outstripped by The Beat in terms of superhero coverage (suck it, Perry White), Scott Lobdell’s first regular issue of Superman will apparently see Clark Kent quit the company.
What really goes on at a local comics show without company minders to make sure things run smoothly?
DC’s September solicitations confirm the demise of Resurrection Man, decommissioning of Captain Atom, disbanding of Justice League International and leaves Voodoo VooDONE