It's like JH Williams was meant to draw Sandman, it's a divine union.
The shot heard around the comic book world this week is Amy Reeder's abrupt departure from Batwoman. All sources citing creative differences. My first thought was, “Corporate shenanigans strike again!” They seem to strike a lot at the DC offices. But I have another theory. I read Amy's blog post addressing her departure from the... Continue Reading →
It’s weeks like this that make me so happy to be a comic book reader. All three titles that I pulled stuck the landing (My Batman and Robin #1 review is here) and marked the beginning of exciting new eras. We’re not just talking DC, either. Let’s get it started with: Batwoman #1 There’s... Continue Reading →
Some of the best characters are villains, and one of my favorite villains is Alice. That is, Kate Kane's thought-to-be-dead twin sister Elizabeth, who was actually kidnapped in childhood and tortured by terrorists, eventually becoming the Religion of Crime's High Madame. Her alternate personality is a beautifully twisted version of Alice Pleasance Liddell of Wonderland... Continue Reading →
While V. and I celebrated the news that J.H. Williams III will write and illustrate a regular Batwoman comic, it occurred to me that reading comics is a bit like dating. The sheer variety is exciting, but once you really connect with a title (or five), it's like magic. You're positively giddy on the Wednesdays... Continue Reading →
As far as my comic-shop file is concerned, 2009 was a good year overall — and it really didn't have that much to do with lantern rings and cape-baiting zombies. DC's "Blackest Night" and many of the tie-ins have been perfectly enjoyable, but the books that stuck with me this year were more about individual... Continue Reading →