Green Arrow #29 is as brave and bold a Batman/Green Arrow team-up as one could wish for.
DC Comics’ Villains Month is upon us. We’ve read for months about the 3D covers and DC’s financing woes, but what really matters is the content. Each issue this month deals with the background story of a DC Universe villain. So what is worth checking out and what should be passed up? [Missed week one?] […]
Story by JAMES TYNION IV/Art by MIGUEL SEPULVEDA and SZYMON KUDRANSKI/Colors by JEREMY COX/Letters by DEZI SIENTY/ Published by DC Comics It is a special feeling to sit down with an issue of any comic book and feel so completely wrapped up in each character, whether primary or secondary, that a satisfied sigh escapes your […]
Written by SCOTT SNYDER Art by GREG CAPULLO & JONATHAN GLAPION Colors by FCO / Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS Six issues in, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have managed to make Batman stand alone at the top of the New 52. There are other great books, but not even Animal Man or Swamp Thing can compare […]
DC Comics’ blog The Source announced some upcoming artist changes for some of a few of their New 52 titles. Nineties Animal Man alum Steve Pugh takes over art duties on Animal Man with issue #9. “For me, it’s awesome to be returning to a book that was such a milestone in my creative life […]
Written by SCOTT SNYDER Art by GREG CAPULLO & JONATHAN GLAPION Colors by FCO / Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS Stan Lee was fond of saying that every comic is someone’s first and thus it should read like that. It should introduce characters and establish main ideas and themes that will quickly familiarize readers on issue two […]
Written by SCOTT SNYDER / Art by GREG CAPULLO & JONATHAN GLAPION Colors by FCO PLASCENSCIA / Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS & COMICRAFT – JIMMY BETANCOURT If the relaunch has done anything, it’s refocused DC’s line in a way that makes not only most of their entire line cohesive, but most of the books of […]