I have been looking forward to the Baltimore Comic-Con for quite a while. While Baltimore is not on the same size as a Wizard World show or San Diego it is still one of my favorite events of the year. T
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On November 7, DC Comics will publish HEROES, a hardcover graphic novel collection based on NBC's Emmy and Golden Globe® nominated television series "Heroes," featuring covers by comic book superstars Alex Ross and Jim Lee and an introduction by "Heroes" star Masi Oka (Hiro). The stories, which mark the first printed graphic novel adaptation of the show, were originally
Welcome to another Wednesday Thursday! We're rocking the New Releases and Recommendations post in a new fashion today. Indies vs. Superheroes! Greg McElhatton vs. Kevin Panetta! The Fight o' the Century!
In this corner! Representing indie comics! Greg "The Marathon Man" McElhatton!
Now, you might be thinking,
Originally scheduled to appear in SUPERMAN CONFINDENTIAL #6 (MAY070149), the final chapter of the story "Kryptonite," written by Darwyn Cooke and illustrated by Tim Sale, will be rescheduled to appear in a future issue of SUPERMAN CONFIDENTIAL.
Orders for the SUPERMAN KRYPTONITE HC (AUG070281) are cancelled. This title will b
DC Comics has added special variant covers editions to two key titles for October: ACTION COMICS #858 and BATMAN #670!
BATMAN #670 features the debut of new series artist Tony Daniel, who joins writer Grant Morrison with this issue's special prelude to the upcoming "Resurrection of Ra's Al Ghul" storyline. The Standard Edition of this issue features a cover by Tony Daniel; the Variant Edition fe
Wieringo's work on FLASH (where he co-created Impulse wit
DC Comics concludes its look at new collected editions with these titles scheduled to arrive in stores in December.
With collected editions from the DC Universe, Vertigo, WildStorm and more, December's highlights include:
* THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD VOL. 1: LORDS OF LUCK HC, featuring t
Hollywood just can't seem to get enough of Frank Miller. With good cause: No matter how many Mystery Men, Catwoman and Punisher adaptations tank (and let's not even talk about Alan Moore's books that inexplicably crash one after another), Miller's works consistently get hit out of the park. So I don't necessarily blame Warners for greenlighting one of his earlier graphic novels, Roni