Bruce asks Selina for one more dance.
The New Age of Heroes hasn’t lasted very long. DC’s “artist focused” line that spun out of Dark Nights: Metal has already had one cancellation, and last months solicits revealed that The Unexpected was ending with issue #8. The cancellation wasn’t that long planned. As cover artist Yannick Paquette revealed in a tweet, he had […]
By Adam Karenina Sherif To celebrate twenty years of publishing in the US, French publisher Humanoids has announced a major new publishing initiative this weekend at NYCC. H1, which launches in 2019 with three ongoing and three mini-series, will be a shared science fiction and superhero universe under the supervision of Chief Creative Officer John Cassaday and freshly-minted Director of Creative Development Mark Waid. The characters and world […]
Kyle Pinion and Alex Lu take a look at Dick Grayson’s long-awaited return to the Nightwing persona
Wonder Woman Earth One by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette has finally been published, after five or six years of behind the scenes delays. Reaction has been mixed, but the positive reviews have been strong, showing that Morrison may just have negotiated The Most Dangerous Job On Earth, namely writing Wonder Woman in a highly problematic atmosphere.
Action Comics, Animal Man, Batman, The Doom Patrol, The Invisibles and The New X-Men. Nobody in comics has a resume quite like Grant Morrison. The author has written so many incredible comic books stemming all the way back to the ‘80s. That’s why when the writer sometimes takes a little bit of time producing his next masterpiece, fans […]
Over on USA Today, Grant Morrison has done a wrap-up interview for his Batman Inc series, the last issue of which comes out today. But more interestingly still, he talks about his next project with DC Comics – the graphic novel Wonder Woman: Earth One. And even more interestingly stiller than that, DC have released […]
The end of the ROT WORLD crossover arc raises the question that Umberto Eco posed in his famous essay on Superman in 1972: can there really be change in a superhero universe? Doesn’t that imply aging, and movement toward an end, death, in fact? Whereas the constant return to a status quo at the end […]