Today we're inviting you to vote on one of the most contentious schisms in all of comics costume design history; yellow and blue Wolverine, or brown and tan Wolverine? Which is the greatest? And to round out today's selection, we have a selection of similarly angry chaps from the DC universe(s); Lobo, Midnighter and Orion. Because being good at fighting doesn't mean you're bad at dressing.
Those of us who grew up in a certain era will always have some kind of connection to Lobo, whether it's the absolute, unquestioning love that comes from being 13 and seeing a super-badass dolphin-loving space-biker throw out fake dirty words while decapitating Santa Claus (spoiler), or the absolute eye-rolling revulsion at the same. But if you fall on the side of adoring Keith Giffen and Roger Silfer's last Czarnian, whose healing factor is so strong that he can regrow from a single drop of blood, who's so rotten that he was kicked out of Hell, then we have some good news.
Next year, Sideshow Collectibles will be releasing a Premium Format version of Lobo, complete with interchangeable heads and accessories, one of which is a flaming skull. Because really, why would it not be a flaming skull?
You may have missed it as the internet continued to rage about this, but last Friday on its website DC Comics revealed four proposed looks for a new version of Lobo. Designed by Kenneth Rocafort, the distinctly svelte, sinister and maybe even sexy Lobo looks very much like the kind of standard sci-fi character you'd see from Top Cow (where Rocafort made his name), and is a dramatic shift away from the over-the-top '80s biker originally conceived by Keith Giffen and Roger Silfer and visually defined by Simon Bisley. In fitting Lobo fashion, things got ugly, which led to Marguerite Bennett -- who'll be writing the Lobo one-shot -- defending the book and herself before anyone's even had a chance to read it.
From the looks of the Injustice: Gods Among Us art circling gaming sites, it appears the first DLC character reveal for the newly-released fighting game is none other than the intergalactic bounty hunting bastich Lobo. The seeming reveal follows a none-too-subtle hint by none other than Ed Boon, NetherRealm Studios creative director and Mortal Kombat co-creator, l
Despite the underperformance of the movie in the States, everything seems to be coming up Dredd these days nonetheless. Not only is the strip seeing a new high point in the weekly 2000AD anthology and the character about to see the launch of an all-new American monthly series from IDW, but later this month, the world will finally get a collection of Dredd's multiple team-ups with DC Comics' Batman from the 1990s.Co-published by 2000AD in the UK and DC Co
A veteran comics writer/editor and animation producer, Roger Slifer is best known for co-creating the DC Comics character Lobo with Keith Giffen. We learned this week that the 57-year-old Slifer is in critical condition after being struck by an automobile in a hit-and-run incident. He remains in a medically-induce
Apparently, you really can't keep a Main Man down. Not only is DC Comics' favorite intergalactic bastich Lobo making his New 52 debut in upcoming issues of Deathstroke, but now news comes that his long-in-development movie is back on, with director Brad Peyton set to handle the creative chores.Deadline broke the news this weekend that Peyton, who scored an u