Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at DC’s sales figures.
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion dig into the first week of DC’s Rebirth #1s to tell you which books break new ground and which stay mired in DC’s troubled past.
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With rumors circulating across the internet, Scott Snyder has confirmed his departure from Batman in April’s issue #51. The writer announced that the issue will be his last comic with artist Greg Capullo for six months. Truth: I've been delaying writing the last pages of Batman #51 – my final issue on the series & last comic […]
Every Wednesday, I talk about comics with Brandon Montclare, writer of the hit Image series Rocket Girl and co-writer of Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur series. We gab about what we’re reading now, what books we consider classics (Brandon loves Dark Knight Strikes Again…), and the hottest gossip of the industry. Occasionally, the inimitable artist Amy Reeder (Rocket Girl, Batwoman) stops by. Check out our full […]
The Comics Beat recently sat down with DC Comics’ biggest stars to talk about their epic run on BATMAN and the future of the series as Greg goes on hiatus to work with Mark Millar.
Per CBR During his panel at NYCC, Scott Snyder announced that his Batman collaborator Greg Capullo will be taking a break from the title after Issue #51 (which, just a guess, may very well be the wrap-up of the Commissioner Gordon as Batman story arc). Snyder stated that reason for this was that Capullo would […]
Scott Snyder is a born storyteller, and the following series of tweets—which reveal the “pulping” of Swamp Thing #15, which he wrote—make that clear. It’s also a clear warning that color choices must be carefully considered.
Via The Hollywood Reporter, WB Animation has unveiled its cast for the upcoming feature Batman vs. Robin, which despite sharing a title with a Grant Morrison arc, is actually based on the Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo “Court of Owls” storyline that opened up their run in the New 52 era. The film will act […]
If you’re picking up Batman #35 this week, do yourself a favour and check out the price point. See that $4.99 price sticker? Originally solicited at the regular $3.99 price, DC sent an e-mail to retailers last week telling them that the price of Batman #35-37 would be pumped up to the $4.99 mark in […]