One of the flagship titles of Vertigo since DC Comics launched the mature readers imprint in 1993, Hellblazer, the monthly series starring the cantankerous, chain-smoking, yet eminently charming mage and occult detective John Constantine, has received immense critical success throughout its history. Now, after a 25-year-run that has featured contrib
When fans first caught wind of Wolverine's trip to the netherworld and subsequent body-snatching during C2E2, one of my first reactions was, "How will readers be able to instantly identify the 'Foe-verine' walking around in the real-deal's skin?" Marvel's answered that question today with a first look at two interior pages from September's "Wolverine" #1 relaunch by Jason Aaron and Renato Guedes (with covers by Jae Lee, Steve McNiven, Paul Smith and Marko Djurdjevic).
Here's Marvel's official synopsis for the story, which seems to feature a creepy pupil-less Wolverb
MORE FLYING CARS, MORE PROBLEMS - Superman/Batman Annual 4
"Batman Beyond" ran from 1999 to 2001, envisioning a future version of the DC Animated Universe in which an elderly Bruce Wayne mentored a new Batman in a Gotham City influenced by "Akira" and "Blade Runner." Like those two classic works of dystopian science fiction it portrayed a future more troubled by social unrest and by corrupt corporate a