Batman #21 sees Batman begin investigating that bloodied smiley face button, musing over its connection with the timeline disturbances. A connection, which is then barely touched on.
It’s another DC week, with Batman #21: The Button and Green Arrow #21 at the top of our pull list!
With DC Universe Rebirth #1 everything changes… or returns to what it once was. Sarah and Matt chat about this momentous issue in our latest Hangout!
Written by BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS Art by MARK BAGLEY & DANNY MIKI Colors by PAUL MOUNTS Letters by VC’S CLAYTON COWLES You can almost catch the smell of popcorn wafting off the pages of Avengers Assemble #3, the latest issue in Marvel’s cash grab well-timed book featuring the cast of the blockbuster Avengers movie. The […]
Written by MARK MILLAR & MATTHEW VAUGHN Art by DAVE GIBBONS Colors by ANGUS MCKIE Mark Millar is a love him or hate him kind of writer. With his bombastic style and seemingly unabashed self promotion (part schtick? part plucky self-deprecation? It’s tough to tell), one gets the sense that Mark Millar may also be […]
The unthinkable has happened. We never saw it coming. Comics will never be the same! DC Comics has announced that they are moving forward with their plans for seven Before Watchmen miniseries. Obviously, the comics community was outraged. I’m sure you’re outraged right now reading this. I’m sure you’re going to boycott DC books now […]
After numerous rumors the last few years about a sequel to the highly acclaimed Watchmen series, DC has officially announced Before Watchmen. Before Watchmen will be a set of 7 prequel books to further explore the stories of the characters with a two page back-up story in each of the issues. The series will also […]
In part two of this series, Pierce tackles comic book criticism and opinion writing. Is there a higher function to writing about comics than simply bellyaching about stuff you don’t like? For part one of this column, click here. What about comic book criticism? With every art form, there comes some form of critique. Fans […]