“There’s a storm coming.”
Alex dives into the mystery of…The Button.
Yesterday, CBR reported that Warner Bros. Animation would be adapting Alan Moore’s and Dave Gibbons’ Watchmen into an animated movie. Originally published from 1986-1987 and later adapted into a 2.5-4 hour movie by Zack Snyder in 2009, news of this newest iteration of the series was revealed in an online survey distributed to members of Warner Bros. […]
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 […]
The year is only a few hours old and the first sign of the apocalypse has already been fired for 2017. In a tweet series at midnight, DC President/CCO and DC Films co-head, Geoff Johns announced a few things to look forward to: 5) More #DCTV @CW_TheFlash @CW_Arrow @Gotham @TheCW_Legends @LuciferonFOX @TheCWSupergirl and many […]
So yesterday I posted this Instagram Watchmen or Fox!!! #nycc #nycc2016 A post shared by The Beat (@comicsbeat) on Oct 6, 2016 at 10:56am PDT Chiding the Watchmen-styled letting used by Fox on their display here at NYCC. Oddly enough later in the night I was told of a rumor that Fox might be […]
Who watches your wallet?
By Anne M Kletcha Deep in the grubby sump of one of those so-called ‘Social Media’ sites, there is a clump of aging comics fanboys called The Really Very Serious Alan Moore Scholars’ Group, known to its sad and lonely adherents as TRVSAMSG. When they’re not annotating everything in sight, or calling down ancient evils […]
The comic book Watchmen, penned by Alan Moore and drawn by artist Dave Gibbons, is one of the most revered books in DC Comics’ nearly century-spanning catalogue. However, their treatment of the work’s creators has always been more than a little murky. Many people both within and outside the industry know that DC’s relationship with Moore […]