Justice League #4 is a noticeably weaker installment for the series; nothing truly noteworthy changes between the end of last issue and the final page of this issue.
When DC writers don’t have to worry about continuity we get stories like Mark Waid’s Kingdom Come and Jim Kreuger’s Justice (two of the best stories in DC’s past, if you ask me). Convergence, while opening up every possible reality in DC’s past, also cleared the way for more “anti-continuity” stories. In JLA #1 by Bryan Hitch that is exactly what we […]
DC Comics has announced a bold new line-up set to begin this summer – so what do we think?
REAL HEROES #1/ Written & Art by BRYAN HITCH/ Inks by PAUL NEARY/ Colors by LAURA MARTIN/ Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS/ Published by IMAGE COMICS In a world very much like our own, the biggest film franchise in years is based around a superhero team known as The Olympians. Tragedy strikes at the premiere for […]
DETECTIVE COMICS #27/ Written by MELTZER, HURWITZ, TOMASI, FRANCAVILLA, BARR, LAYMAN, & SNYDER/ Art by HITCH, ADAMS, BERTRAM, FRANCAVILLA, MARCH, FABOK, & MURPHY/ Published by DC COMICS It’s been 75 years since Batman made his first appearance in 1939’s Detective Comics #27, and DC marks the occasion this month with a “mega-sized” issue of its […]
Written by JONATHAN ROSS Art by BRYAN HITCH, ANDREW CURRIE AND PAUL NEARY Colors by PAUL MOUNTS Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS When comparing America’s Got Powers to Marvel’s Avengers vs. X-Men or DC’s The New 52, it’s easy to wonder what went wrong with the big name titles. Here, Jonathon Ross and all of the […]
Written by JONATHAN ROSS Art by BRYAN HITCH, ANDREW CURRIE & PAUL NEARY Colors by PAUL MOUNTS Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS America’s Got Powers takes a note from the success of “The Hunger Games”, combined it with America’s obsession with reality television, then tossed in the classic comic book spin – super powers. The result? […]
The countdown is over! Bryan Hitch has been teasing a big announcement following the end of his exclusive run with Marvel. He’ll be drawing an all-new, creator-owned project called America’s Got Powers. He’ll be joined by Turf writer Jonathan Ross. The book follows Tommy, an teenager who sells merch at the stadium that hosts America’s Got Powers, a reality […]