The Beat catches up with Robert Venditti.
“Khufu wasn’t the first time. Egypt wasn’t the first place. My lives on Earth are not my entire history.”
Fresh from continuity hell, Carter Hall comes out swinging.
Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch– it was the kind of pairing widescreen superhero dreams were made of. And in 1999, when The Authority was launched as a revamp of Ellis’ and Hitch’s groundwork that was laid within the second volume of Stormwatch. Thus, the cinematic era of the cape comic was born. It’s harder to […]
Kyle reviews the latest Abnett-Sejic issue as well as the new underwater Metal tie-in
Kicking off in next week’s Justice League #26 is the “Legacy” storyline, the multi-part arc preceding writer Bryan Hitch’s final story on the series (which begins in Issue #33), where a group of heroes from a post-apocalyptic future escape into the past to stop their world from coming to be. They need the help of the […]
With Justice League vs. Suicide Squad now at an end, along with with its subsequent tie-ins, Bryan Hitch begins his fourth arc on Justice League with “Timeless”, which finds our heroes facing off against a threat that is a new kind of challenge: chronological. What sort of secrets will traveling throughout time unearth? And just […]
“We are so screwed.”
Hitch’s initial Justice League outing lacks the energy of his DC You era work
It’s the new 49—or the end of the New 52. DC has just unrolled their June line-up, a slate of 24 new titles, along with 25 returning ones, which, they promise, will show the new face of comics. This summer, DC Entertainment launches a bold new direction for the DC Universe (DCU) that is even […]