If DC's Convergence event has given us anything, it's an opportunity for creators go back to characters and continuities that we thought we were done, and set a few things right. You can see it in books like The Question or Nightwing/Oracle, where characters and relationships are finally getting the closure that they never really got while they were part of the ongoing DC Universe. It's that idea of going back and correcting something that forms the core of what Tom Peyer, Steve Yeowell and Andy Owens have done in the pages of Convergence: The Atom, dealing with the death of Ryan Choi at the hands of Deathstroke the Terminator.
The thing is, with The Atom, they're doing that with the most completely ludicrous comic of the 21st Century, and it's amazing.
The CW’s superhero series Arrow re-imagines Green Arrow for a TV audience as a tough, often ruthless vigilante bent on setting things right in his home of Starling City by punishing the wicked. ComicsAlliance’s Matt Wilson is back for the third season of the popular series in our recap feature we're officially dubbing Pointed Commentary.
This week: Smoak and Oliver try going on a date (with explosive results), Dig becomes a dad, and Peter Stormare barely says one intelligible word.
Animation: Why wasn't "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" star Supergirl given top billing in Warner Bros.' latest animated feature? Turns out it's due, at least in part, to concerns about a female character headlining after
While Ray Palmer didn't require reanimating during "Blackest Night," the size-changing hero is nonetheless finding new life during this summer's "Brightest Day" care of "Sweet Tooth" creator Jeff Lemire and "Dynamo 5" artist Mahmud Asrar (with a cover by Gary Frank)
This afternoon I have a better grasp of what to expect at a DC panel. No slides or videos. No lengthy speeches. No making us listen to people talk before getting to the audience Q&A. Nothing fancy. After a short round of introductions we go right to what
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