Although DC Comics has completed its rollout of the initial series of its bold New 52 initiative, there is one as yet unreleased #1 issue that for some longtime DC fans is more exciting than any of the publisher's heavily hyped relaunches. On sale next we
Behold the gorgeous Tony Harris cover for The Shade #1, beginning a 12-issue miniseries written by James Robinson, who of course wrote the character to legendary status in the superlative Starman. The project, which has been rumored and teased many times in the past, will finally debut in October.
The Shade series is just one of DC Comics' many releases for the month (includi
Is $60,000 too high a price for what will almost certainly be the best work of a comic book artist's career? In some cases, perhaps, but surely not when it comes to Tony Harris. The co-creator and illustrator o
AS THE FOLLOWING REVIEW DISCUSSES THE 50TH ISSUE OF A 50-ISSUE SERIES THAT HAS BEEN RUNNING FOR SIX YEARS, IT SHOULD GO WITHOUT SAYING THAT ABSOLUTELY MASSIVE SPOILERS FOLLOW. THE FOLLOWING REVIEW IS 90% SPOILER, SO UNLESS YOU'RE THE KIND OF PERSON WHO WATCHED THE LAST EPISODES OF "BATTLESTAR GALACTICA" AND "LOST" FIRST, YOU MAY WANT TO READ ALL OF "EX MACHINA" BEFORE READING THIS.
(IF YOU DID WATCH THE LAST EPISODE
If you're a disgruntled creator, the internet in 2010 has several outlets for you to vent your displeasure. Facebook has a personal and private feel, despite being open to several hundred thousand of your closest friends. That
ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest and best comic books coming out this week.
THE ROLLING STONES AND IRMA THOMAS ARE ALL LIARS -- Captain America Reborn #3
Issue #3 of Captain America Reborn releases this week, and to be honest, I remain not as excited by this one as I'd like to be. Captain America's one of my favorite superheroes, Ed Brubaker's one of my favorite writers, and Bryan Hitch draws great s