Alex Lu explores the rhythm of MISTER MIRACLE #2 and the incredible lettering in Dark Nights: Metal #2
“Take your places. Tomorrow, we begin.”
Dr. Oz begins to make his intentions known….
Frank Miller had a chat with Vulture’s Abraham Riesman about a new project. Something he describes in terms of being the Superman version of Batman: Year One. It’s a little hard to know what to make of that. Remember, Batman: Year One was not over-the-top. These days we tend to think of Miller in terms of Dark Knight […]
Clone wars! Superboy and Robin find themselves in a jam in this week’s Super Sons #4. For some time now, the bratty Kid Amazo has been using his superpowers to terrorize his family members. Now though, as he encounters more superheroes and grows in strength, he’s got bigger goals in mind. Can Jon and Damian put […]
In an interview with Blastr, DC Comics Chief Creative Office Geoff Johns revealed the conclusion to a controversial narrative thread that has weaved throughout the publisher’s stories for the last year. Doomsday Clock, a new event book written by Johns, drawn by Gary Frank, and colored by Brad Anderson, will see the greatest DC Universe heroes collide with […]
David Carter examines DC Comics’ March sales numbers
Alex dives into the mystery of…The Button.
By Pamela Auditore WonderCon ’17 returned to the Anaheim Convention Center from Los Angeles Friday, bringing larger crowds and consummate raconteur and Eisner award winning writer, Mark Waid. As a writer and editor, Waid, has done just about everything in and out of the Marvel and DC Universes. He swept into the room, delighting an audience of comic […]
If you are familiar, or in the least semi-familiar, with the early history of the comic medium, images of fit men flying and punching everything in sight while wearing tights might blip through your imagination. Perhaps to your surprise, comics in the early 1900’s were diverse and meant for a broad audience. In fact, it […]