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Banners and Branding: ‘Brightest Day’ vs. ‘The Heroic Age’


The status quo of storytelling in Big Two comics is an endless series of status quo shifts and it's been this way for quite some time. The aftermath of one "big story" usually leads right into the next one, and what seems like a third of any given set of titles will fall under some sort of banner, letting us know that the book in question is a part of a larger story, even if the connection is tenuous at best...

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‘Brightest Day’ HeroClix On the Way This Fall


The "Brightest Day" is coming to tabletop gaming. The series is already well underway for most - the comic book series kicked off back in April and it's going to keep on trucking bi-weekly thanks to co-writers Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi...

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There’s a New Aqualad in Town and He Digs Seashell Jewelry


From Harley Quinn to Renee Montoya, DC Comics has a pretty successful tradition of crossing its animated characters over into comic book continuity. Unlike his contemporaries, however, the all-new Aqualad's animated debut in Cartoon Network's "Young Justice" this fall will be preceded by a comic book introduction in next week's "Brightest Day" #4...

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Getting Paid for a Mistake: White Lantern Error Ring Going for $200 on eBay


The Lantern Rings were meant to be a giveaway promotion, but like everything else, they've got a price. Comic book fans tend to have a collector mentality. I would know. I own not a single issue of "Blackest Night," but I do have every one of the Lantern Rings


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Hot Ink Reviews – Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine #1, i Zombie #1, Brightest Day #1


ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.

WHAT, WAS DEADPOOL BUSY? - Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine 1

You would figure that Wolverine and Spider-Man would be able to get along. Th...

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DC Debuts ‘Brightest Day’ #0 Interiors


The dawn of "Brightest Day" #0 breaks in stores this Wednesday and with it, twelve of DC's most famous fallen heroes (and a handful of not-quite-heroes) have returned to the land of the living. The question now is: what happens next...

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DC To Follow ‘Brightest Day’ With ‘Gladys Knight’


In one of the many shocking announcements hitting the comics internet today, DC has unveiled their next "Green Lantern" event. After the "Brightest Day"... comes the "Gladys Knight."

"We're so excited to be bringing Gladys home to the DC Universe where she belongs," said a DC representative...

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J.T. Krul and ‘Brightest Day’ Bring Sherwood Star City?


This morning's solicitation for "Green Arrow" #1 by J.T. Krul and Diogenes Neves, spinning out of the current "Rise and Fall" storyline and tying into "Brightest Day," brings with it both an image of a seemingly verdant Star City and the promise of a "miraculous event" in the wake of Prometheus's bombing at the end of "Justice League: Cry for Justice...

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Could ‘Brightest Day’ Restore Arthur Curry As Aquaman?


As "Blackest Night" continues to push DC's collective emotions, the promise of a "Brightest Day" ahead for its heroes is something many fans are taking to heart. After all, there are more than a few folks who could use some redemption...

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Bordering On ‘Brightest Day’ Doesn’t Look Like A Cakewalk


Despite the optimism implied by DC's "Brightest Day" banner launching this April, it looks like there's still tumultuous (and fairly dark) times ahead for the publisher's starting lineup.

Today at The Source, a four-piece cover image by Mike Mayhew linking the "Justice League: Rise and Fall" one-shot along with it's contributory "Green Arrow" #31, "Justice League: The Rise of Arsenal" #1 and "Justice League of America" #43 proves that just because the world might have a brighter outlook, overcoming adversity is still the rule of the day for DC's heroes...

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