Seven Soldiers

The Continuity of the New 52 DC Comics: What Changed in Week 2
Welcome back to our weekly look at the continuity changes in the new DC Universe! This time we're taking a look at the modifications to the Green Lantern and Batman titles (none), the Superman family (outlook unsure) and more Wildstorm characters, such as Grifter and Fairchild, who are seemingly being completely rebooted...
Reboot Wishlist: 9 Comics We Want To See From the New DC
If there's one thing comic book readers like to do, it's talk about what they'd do if they were in charge, and I'm not going to lie to you, folks: We here at ComicsAlliance are no exception. Sure, we try to keep it to ourselves, but with DC slowly rolling out their new titles for September's line-wide relaunch, we can't help but speculate. Admittedly, they've covered a their bases pretty well with
Link Ink: Don’t Call it a Reboot, Seven Soldiers of Animation and Multiple Vegetas
Movies: In the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, Executive producer Avi Arad says that The Amazing Spider-Man isn't necessarily a cinematic reboot. Zuh, fwah?! It's totally a reboot, though. Software: If you were seeking some of the functionality of Poser Pro 3-D modeling software, but couldn't get past its $500 price tag, at $50 with some of the same mojo the new Poser Debut may be for you..
Bruce Wayne Returns at ‘Seven Soldiers’ Reunion Party
In 2005, DC Comics launched Grant Morrison's "Seven Soldiers," a set of seven miniseries and two one-shots that, together, formed an interweaving, complex tale. Backing him up were a murderer's row of big-name superhero stars and new talents, and now there seems to be a bit of a reunion going on in Morrison's upcoming "Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne" miniseries ...