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A Corpse, A Mission And A Talk On Chastity In ‘Brother Lono’ # 2 [Preview]

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Brother Lono is back. The entire team from 100 Bullets -- Brian Azzarello, Eduardo Risso, Trish Mulvihill, Clem Robins and Dave Johnson -- is together again for Brother Lono, a new miniseries starring the character who proved to be a favorite among readers of the celebrated crime series. In the first issue of the eight part story, Lono was released from prison and tasked with escorting a young nun, who's just arrived in Mexico, to a mission. But if events in the first issue -- including a rotting corpse on a bus station bench in broad daylight -- are any indication, that's not going to be easy.

Vertigo has provided ComicsAlliance with a five page preview of Brother Lono #2, which you can check out below.

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Brian Azzarello Talks Wonder Woman, New Gods, And Creating New Greek Myths [Interview]


In stores today is Wonder Woman #18, the conclusion to the current storyline centered on Wonder Woman's search for Zola's baby, the latest child of Zeus and Diana's half-sibling. This story also introduced a new character, First Born, revealed to be the first child of Zeus...

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Azzarello And Risso Return To ‘100 Bullets’ With ‘Brother Lono’ Miniseries In June


Following the success of Spaceman, the Vertigo miniseries that reunited the entire team behind the multiple Eisner award winning 100 Bullets, DC Comics and Vertigo have announced that writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso are revisiting the world of their critically acclaimed crime series, and once again the rest of the creative team is joining them...

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‘Hellblazer’ #300 Marks The End Of An Era For Constantine And Vertigo


With the 300th and final issue of Vertigo's Hellblazer, out this week, several tumblers shift and lock into place. John Constantine moves to the New 52 on a full-time basis, with a new title beginning in March; the reset button is pushed on his continuity, and the most writer-driven character of the last thirty years is yanked from the comfort and promise of a Mature Readers label and forced to grow up again in a PG-13 world; and the longest-running title in the Vertigo line concludes a twenty year run, as the imprint focuses exclusively on creator-owned comics...

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Underground Icon Wesley Willis Joyrides Into DC Comics As Wonder Woman’s Half-Brother


While everybody's been talking about the New 52 debut of Jack Kirby's Orion in the pages of Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang's Wonder Woman, a far more exciting character debuted in the DC Comics title over the last couple of issues...

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Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso Create A Bleak And Plausible Future In ‘Spaceman’


The creative team of writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso shouldn't just be well-known by now, it should be feared and respected. After first meeting on Vertigo's Jonny Double miniseries back in 1998, the pair have been regularly collaborating ever since...

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Duet On ‘Solo’, Part Six: Jordi Bernet


Published between 2004 and 2006, Solo was a DC Comics anthology series with an innovative twist: each issue was created from the ground up by a single cartoonist and collaborators of his own choosing...

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‘Watchmen’ Prequel Announced by DC Comics: ‘Before Watchmen’ [Updated Art]


This morning, DC Comics announced its long-rumored new Watchmen project, a prequel titled Before Watchmen that expands on the characters and world of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons's seminal 1986 comic book, which was adapted into a 2009 movie...

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‘Wonder Woman': The Best Modernized Superhero Pantheon


For years now I've felt like Wonder Woman is a character that I wanted to enjoy reading about more than I actually did. Regardless of the take on the character, something always felt just slightly off, slightly missing, as if all the individual elements were there for a great story but no creator was putting them together in a way that felt right to me...

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‘Wonder Woman’ Goes Clubbing in Issue #4 [Preview]


On sale now in comics shops everywhere and in the DC Comics digital store is Wonder Woman #4, concluding the new series' inaugural storyline. Written by Brian Azzarello and drawn by Cliff Chiang with colors by Matthew Wilson, the book has been a critical standout of DC's ambitious and commercially successful New 52 initiative, reimagining Wonder Woman as the warrior daughter of the Amazon Hippolyta and Father of the Gods himself, Zeus, and caught up an ancient family feud of epic proportions...

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