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