The first DC Comics panel of Fan Expo 2010, "DC Nation," kicked off with DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Dan DiDio, "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" artist Chris Sprouse, Brian Azzarello ("First Wave") Jeff Lemire ("The Atom"), and a late appearance from artist Francis Manapul ("The Flash"). They discussed
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In a special double-sized Roundtable Review, Laura Hudson, Chris Sims, David Brothers, and David Uzumeri take on the ENTIRE "Wednesday Comics" anthology hardcover, rating each comic one comic at a time. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
In a publishing era heavy on the resurgence of Silver Age properties, Brian Azzarello's been digging in the Gold. Today's "First Wave" #1 sees many of comics most iconic pulp heroes from the '30s and '40s - including Doc Savage, The Spirit and The Batman - united in a brand new shared universe where their exploits will be super without the benefit of powers
When I first learned of the Brian Azzarello and Rags Morales' hard-boiled "First Wave" premise, I was keen on the idea of a pulpish world where relatively non superpowered heroes could congregate in their own unique continuity, but I had to wonder if that'd result in tamer threats
ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- comic books hitting the shelves this week.
WHY DON'T WE STILL USE ZEPPELINS, ANYWAY? Batman/Doc Savage Special
Batman is a more interesting superhero when there are no superpowers to deal with. Put him in a situation where he's got to face of
Once a staple of the spinner rack before the Comics Code spoiled the party, crime comics have recently started coming back with a vengeance, even spurring Vertigo to launch its own crime imprint headlined by best-selling crime novelist Ian Rankin and Brian Azzarello of "100 Bullets" fame.
Deliciously sordid stories of bad men and beautiful women certainly have the potential for crossover appeal, and Vertigo Crime is wisely aiming