Action Comics #976 gives us an action-filled, feel good beginning, while the anticipation Jurgens builds through the unanswered questions at the end of the issue paint an exciting future for Superman.
BATMAN AND ROBIN ANNUAL #2/ Written by PETER J. TOMASI/ Art by DOUG MAHNKE with PAT GLEASON/ Inks by Various/ Published by DC COMICS The strangeness of DC’s New 52 timeline is felt in Batman and Robin Annual #2, but writer Peter J. Tomasi keeps enough focus on the characters to make this Dick Grayson […]
Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DOUG MAHNKE, CHRISTIAN ALAMY, KEITH CHAMPAGNE & MARK IRWIN Colors by ALEX SINCLAIR Letters by SAL CIPRIANO This week’s conclusion to Geoff Johns’ second arc in the rebooted DCU answers a whole mess of questions that have been raised throughout his run on Green Lantern. In typical fashion though, […]
Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DOUG MAHNKE, CHRISTIAN ALAMY & KEITH CHAMPAGNE with MARK IRWIN Colors by ALEX SINCLAIR Letters by SAL CIPRIANO While this series began in a very new-reader friendly way, the story has now fallen into the depths of inaccessibility. The upcoming plot will surely excite veteran Green Lantern readers while leaving newer […]
Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DOUG MAHNKE, CHRISTIAN ALAMY, KEITH CHAMPAGNE, MARK IRWIN & TOM NGUYEN Colors by DAVID BARON/ Letters by SAL CIPRIANO Writing comics well is a juggling act. The characters must be revealed, the setting must be established, the plot must unfold, all within 20 pages. This book is a textbook example […]
Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DOUG MAHNKE, CHRISTIAN ALAMY & KEITH CHAMPAGNE Colors by DAVID BARON / Letters by SAL CIPRIANO Have you ever argued with someone for a long time before realizing that the two of you were never talking about the same thing? This is exactly what happens in this issue. It […]
Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DOUG MAHNKE & CHRISTIAN ALAMY with TOM NGUYEN Colors by DAVID BARON / Letters by SAL CIPRIANO As the main Green Lantern book is finally released in the new DCU it doesn’t feel like an all-new start. Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke do a great job putting the newly […]