In keeping with previously-seen reveals, Mattel will keep on cranking out "New 52" and Injustice: Gods Among Us fighting game figures in its DC Unlimited line in 2013. DC Unlimited's third series will include New 52 versions of Aquaman and the Jim Lee-designed Darkseid, with Superman and an as-yet unrevealed Joker getting the Injustice treatment. Though the new figure images are
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If you think about it, Darkseid and Thanos would probably get along. Their similarities, most notably their obsession with death (or in Darkseid's case, Anti-Life), have often linked the two in fans' minds
Publishing: ICv2 has announced full details (including its lineup of speakers for The ICv2 Conference on Comics and Digital II held during this year
You hear it all the time: "Jack Kirby is the King of Comics." "Jack 'King' Kirby." "Marvel's House of Ideas is The House That Jack Built." Most people, comics critics and the like, usually leave it there
A father's day tribute to Jack Kirby from Dennis Culver's blog:
TIE! TIE! TIE FOR DARKSEID!
A lot of people seem to think that Darkseid is the worst dad in comics but who is worse? The god of all evil or the dad that sends his son to live with the god of all evil?
Bootlegs: It may have been a bootleg, but Nagraj Vs. Shakoora The Magician's amazing team-up of Nagraj, Superman, Batman and Spider-Man is a crossover for the ages.
Movies: James Cameron says his live action adaptation of Yukito Kishiro's Battle Angel Alita manga is still a go after he finishes an Avatar sequel.
Manga: Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata's Bakuman (the romanticized sho
As we move towards Valentine's Day, our thoughts here at ComicsAlliance naturally turn to Superman. He has, after all, been at the center of one of the greatest romances in the history of comics. His love for Lois Lane is beautiful on so many levels, centered on the idea that that the most powerful person in the universe falls in love with someone defined by her wit and determination. Even at the height of the Silver Age, when Lois's romantic pursuits could charitably be referred to as "obsessive," there's still a genuine sweetness to it.
This week, we got our first look at the New 52 version of one of the greatest villains in comics history, Darkseid. The unquestioned master of Apokolips only appears in shadows in the new Justice League #3 itself, but he's going to be rocking an all-new costume that's far more complex than his old look. I have to say,
Those following Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's Justice League have known for awhile that Darkseid would rear his craggy head in the relaunched series, and now DC's The Source blog has a page from the flagship title's fourth issue giving readers a glimpse of the lord of Apokolips' "New 52" redesign. Just as Johns stated at New York C
DC Comics kicked off Saturday at New York Comic Con with a discussion of all of the publisher's Justice League titles. Topics included the future of Captain Marvel, the new take on Darkseid, Ann Nocenti's status as a "token female" and Wonder Woman's new parentage. The panel featured Senior Vice President of Sales Bob Wayne, Chief Creative Officer and popular writer Geoff Johns (Justice League, Aquaman), Co-Publis