The recent cancellation of Superman Family Adventures left a lot of readers -- especially those around here -- gnashing their teeth over another blow against fun, all-ages adventure comics. If you're on
Yesterday, in the second installment of their new monthly column over on CBR, DC Comics Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras and Editorial Director Bobbie Chase made a few announcements, but the biggest revelation was that DC Comics is canceling six books: Fury of Firestorm, Ravagers, Savage Hawkman, Deathstroke, Sword Of Sorcery and Team 7. Put in perspective, that is nearly 12 percent of its monthly titles.
Following that, today DC announced two new upcoming books: The Movement, from writer Gail Simone
After years of bringing happiness to comic fans through DC books like Billy Batson and the Power of Shazam, Tiny Titans and the new Superman Family Adventures, Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani are returning to their indie comic roots with their new creator-owned collaboration, Aw Yeah Comics.Announced yesterday (Independence Day, of course), Aw Yeah Comics -- starring
I've been looking forward to Art Baltazar and Franco's Superman Family Adventures since it was announced, and this week, the release of the first issue brought everything I'd hoped for. It's fun, bright, accessible a
Food: Hardee's/Carl's Jr. will serve a special "Grilled Cheese Bacon Burger" in honor of The Amazing Spider-Man movie. Sadly, it doesn't appear to feature a Spidey logo grilled into the toast.
Movies: There's a Hook prequ
For the past four years, Art Baltazar and Franco's Tiny Titans has been one of DC's most consistently entertaining comics, delivering kid-oriented stories that managed to be genuinely funny and cute that took teenage heroes and recast them as students of Sidekick Elementary. This week, though, the series comes to an end with #50, on sale now in finer comics shops.
Join us as we bid farewell t
DC's mysterious hooded woman in purple (and sometimes red) has been an omnipresent, if enigmatic, fixture in the publisher's "New 52" books since the DC Universe relaunch in September. Leave it to Tiny Titans creators Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani to use this as a teachable moment fo
Fans will have to wait until 2012 to catch the first episode of Cartoon Network's 3D Green Lantern: The Animated Series, but the comic book crowd will have early access to Hal Jordan's emerald adventures beginning November 30 with the release of Green Lantern: The Animated Series #0 written by Art Baltazar and Franco (Tiny Titans), with art by Dario Brizuela (Super Friends, Batman the Brave and the Bold). DC Comics has provided CA with an exclusive first look at the cover to the issue, which you can spy after the jump.From DC's official solicitation info:
GREEN LANTERN: TH
In the event that you missed this in the harrowing crush of a thousand other Comic-Con announcements, Threadless recently released a "Comics-On" collection of shirts designed by comic book artists like Art Baltazar ("Tiny Titans"), Cliff Chiang ("Dr. 13"), Tony Moore ("Walking Dead") and Jill Thomps