It’s going to be a fun week for comics, seeing the release of Spider-Gwen and the return of Rhianna Pratchett’s Tomb Raider. Come check out my top picks for the week and why I think they’ll be amazing! Continue reading Monday Comics Predictions for 2/25
While I’ve been traveling this week, I’ve had a number of great guest posts. Today I have one by Alexander Añé of Talking Comics about the upcoming first meeting of the Joker and Harley Quinn since the start of the new 52. He examines what her role might be in the Death of the Family arc as well as what effect the changes to the character in the reboot may have on the relationship. His thoughts follow.
During the closing moments of Baltimore Comic-Con I had the pleasure of getting a few minutes to talk with Greg Capullo, the artist behind the most recent and wildly successful run of Batman. After a long line of signing, perhaps even longer than Stan Lee’s line some speculate, Greg’s enthusiasm didn’t falter as he spoke with me about his life as an artist and his latest project with Scott Snyder, Death of the Family.
The picture more or less says it all. Ethan Van Sciver draws a beautiful right cross delivered on Batman’s cowl in Green Lantern: Rebirth #5, and delivering one of the most iconic moments in the story arc. To most fans, this splash page was a long time coming. Come find out why! Continue reading Comic Snippets: Batman vs. Hal Jordan
DC has been trying for a while now to roll in other heroes to compete with the movie dynamo that has become The Avengers. They are still sticking to the game though, and are set to come out with The Dark Knight Rises this summer and Man of Steel sometime in 2013. Ultimately we’re wondering where DC is going with all this. If DC is going to succeed in the box office, their best play might be The World’s Finest. Here’s how. Continue reading DC: How To Fix The Movie Problem