Love everything about this, especially the costumes! We'd buy this book in a heartbeat.
As we've all discovered by now, the quality of the relaunched DC books has been all over the map, ranging from the brilliant to the WTF? That’s about what I expected. There’s no need for me to write another mash note to Batwoman, Action Comics, Wonder Woman or even Batman and Robin, so on to... Continue Reading →
The DC re-launch has dominated the comics conversation since its announcement, and readers are in varying stages of acceptance. But not everyone's grieving. I've heard a handful of people say that this (mostly) clean slate approach is not only necessary, but also smart. The medium is struggling, and most fans would agree that something needs... Continue Reading →
Justice League: The Rise of Arsenal #1 Writers: J.T. Krul Pencils: Geraldo Borges Colors: Hi-Fi DC Comics March 24, 2010 Spoilers ahead! In spite of the Un-awesomeness of JL: Cry For Justice, I still wanted to read JL: Rise of Arsenal. I don't know much about Roy Harper, but I'm all for reading stories about... Continue Reading →
I read a bunch of comics this week. Here's how they stack up, from best to worst: 1. Batman and Robin #10 During its short run, this title has ranged from brilliant to odd to plain inscrutable — in other words, classic Grant Morrison. Fortunately, things are back on the upswing with Andy Clarke's wonderful... Continue Reading →
Rating: PG-13 Directors: Lauren Montgomery, Sam Liu Writer: Dwayne McDuffie Starring: William Baldwin, Mark Harmon, Chris Noth, Gina Torres and James Woods There’s an interesting premise at the core of the new DC animated movie “Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths:” Every choice we make results in an alternate reality, creating endless variations of ourselves... Continue Reading →