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.
DC Rebirth is a great opportunity to start fresh with DC Comics’ characters, but it’s also a really good time to cut and run. So thank you, DC.
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?
Two solid issues of Superman in a row? The new DC, there’s no stopping them now! The Man of Steel’s refresh era continues in Superman #33, with writer Geoff Johns and long-time Marvel artist John Romita Jr. bringing readers part two of their “Man of Tomorrow” story. While not quite as explosive as their first […]
Why oh why is this book not called New Teen Titans? It sure feels deserving of the title. After a lackluster first salvo at the launch of the New 52, the Teen Titans are back in a fresh #1. The creative team of Will Pfeier and Kenneth Rocafort make it an exciting debut, with an […]
Written by JAMES ROBINSON Art by NICOLA SCOTT & TREVOR SCOTT Colors by ALEX SINCLAIR & PETE PANTAZIS Letters by DEZI SIENTY James Robinson’s Earth 2 #3 thrusts Alan Scott into the spotlight. However, unlike the last issue, Robinson takes time to address the threat our new heroes will face. To say this issue is […]
Written by CHINA MIÉVILLE Art by MATEUS SANTOLOUCO Colors by TANYA AND RICHARD HORIE Letters by STEVE WANDS Issue #1 of this series showed amazing promise. It was well thought out, well written and well drawn. The premise itself opened a doorway to infinite possibilities. Issue #2, on the other hand, is a crowded follow-up […]