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This week sees the latest release from the "DC Comics Classics Library" line, which -- despite its extremely awkward name -- has been a showcase for some great stories that haven't gotten the reprints they deserve. This time aroun
With this week's release of "Shadowland: Power Man" #1, Fred Van Lente and Mahmud Asrar introduce an all-new Power Man, and while I'm actually pretty excited about the new guy, I've got to confess that for me...
Ever since the show itself ended in 2001, DC hasn't done a whole lot with Batman Beyond, the story of a teenager 40 years in the future who becomes the new Batman while being mentored by an aging Bruce Wayne. This week, though, DC kicks off an all-new "Batman Beyond" comic, and between that and Terry McGinnis's recent appearances in "Superman Batman" and "Batman #700," I've been thinking a lot about the Tomorrow Knight -- who, fortunately, is a way better character than that nickname would suggest.
Over at Newsarama today, legendary comics writer Cary Bates talks about his involvement in a fifth Christopher Reeve "Superman" movie that never was:
"The intent was to leapfrog over Superman III and especially IV, and return the series to the high mark achieved in 1 and 2," Bates told Newsarama. " our desire to do a fully developed, balls-out science fiction story pitting Superman and Brainiac against each other mano a mano."
When "Batman" #700 hit shelves two weeks ago, we here at ComicsAlliance decided to celebrate the Caped Crusader by offering up a list of my favorite Batman panels, Now, with "Superman" #700 released yesterday, it's the Man of Steel's turn!
Just like I did with Batman, I set aside some ground rules for myself at the start. First, they had to be actual story panels, not covers or pin-ups (meaning "Crisis on Infinite Ear
Have you ever been listening to a song and suddenly thought "Hey! That title would make a great comic!"?
If you're like me, this happens all the time, and I decided to do something about it. To that end, I've got a baker's dozen of my favorite tunes, remixed into the four-color world of comic book covers! So grab your headphones and crank it up to eleven for The Songs We Wish Were Comics!
This week saw the release of Batman #700, a pretty huge milestone for the series (if, you know, you ignore the fact that there were also a #0 and a #1,000,000, making this the seven-hundred and second issue of "Batman"), and in celebration, I've gone through my archives of Batman stories to find 18 of my all-time favorite panels!
With 702 issues of "Batman," 800+ issues of "Detective Comics," a couple hundred "Justice League" and Outsiders and various other series to work with, I had to give myself a couple of rules:
1. They had to be actual panels from the com
It's the end of another school year, and that means it's time for college students all over the country to pull late nights finishing up term papers. But to any of you out there that might be feeling frustrated, take heart: You're not alone! Your favorite super-heroes have been through the same thing
This week's "Zatanna" #1 by Paul Dini and Stephane Roux is a brand new start for for the magician and occasional Justice Leaguer. In fact, while she's had her share of specials and guest appearances, it's her first ongoing series ever, and that means one thing: She's a character that's never developed a proper supporting cast.