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CONVERGENCE & THE FUTURE OF DC COMICS [Hangout]

This week DC Comics wrapped its latest event series, ‘Convergence’, and the DC Universe will never be the same again! Or, it’ll be the same as it ever was! We’re not entirely sure. Read on as Sarah and Marcus chat about what ‘Convergence’ means for the future of the DC Universe and what new series they’re most excited for in this Kabooooom Hangout!

CONVERGENCE #8 [Review]

Over the course of DC Comics’ Convergence event we’ve seen long-lost parallel universes pitted against one another for a Darwinian experiment. We met Deimos, a power hungry tyrant wannabe, who wanted to kill DC’s heroes to harness their collective power. And finally, in Convergence #8, writers Jeff King and Scott Lobdell use Brainiac and a host of DC characters from […]

The New 52 is Dead! Long Live DC Comics’ Bold New Line-Up!

DC Comics has announced a bold new line-up set to begin this summer – so what do we think?

Comic Review: SUPERMAN DOOMED #1

The last few Superman crossover events have been arguably disappointing. Now comes the beginning of Superman: Doomed, and with it the hope that this crossover will be better developed than both He’l on Earth or Krypton Returns. That’s not too much to hope for though since Pak and Soule are helping Lobdell with the development […]

DC’s Villains Month Round-Up – Week Three

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? […]

The Round-Up, 7. 3.13 Edition

This week’s round-up comes solely from Marcus Hammond, but he’s sure got plenty to say about three very different books. Superman has a new writer in Action Comics #22 and we’ll see whether or not this benefits the Man of Steel, and in Pandora #1 we’re finally given a glimpse of who DC’s most mysterious […]

REVIEW: Teen Titans #1

REVIEW: Teen Titans #1

Written by SCOTT LOBDELL / Art by BRETT BOOTH & NORM RAPMUND  Colors by ANDREW DALHOUSE / Letters by CARLOS M. MANGUAL I had no faith in Scott Lobdell going into this one. I was prepared for a follow-up to Superboy #1that further removed Conner Kent from the character I knew and loved but it’s seems the […]