Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham and Mayo Naito have made Shazam! #1 one of the most balanced, well-developed comic books DC Comics has ever published.
Justice League is sloppy. There’s so much that doesn’t work and looks bad. And yet somehow, the characters are charming and leave you wanting more.
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’ 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? […]
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? ACTION COMICS #23.1: […]
In 2011, DC Comics creator Geoff Johns penned the time-twisting, alternate reality comic book arc, Flashpoint, to mixed reactions. It was a universe-altering whirlwind of revenge and destruction that played on the notion of uncontrollable super humans. DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation, and screenwriter Jim Krieg bring that complexity to the direct-to-DVD release, Justice League: […]
Written by BRIAN BUCCELLATO & FRANCIS MANAPUL Art by FRANCIS MANAPUL Colors by BRIAN BUCCELLATO / Letters by WES ABBOTT Quietly, in its own little corner of the New DCU, The Flash is carving a niche for itself that definitely puts in on par with the best books to come out of the relaunch. Guided by […]
Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by JIM LEE & SCOTT WILLIAMS Colors by ALEX SINCLAIR / Letters by PATRICK BROSSEAU A month and a half after starting the new 52, Justice League returns with Johns and Lee still at the reins. This issue gives a lot of action and continues to set up for the […]