Sure, it’s the day after Valentine’s Day, but love is still in the air (and candy is really cheap). For this week’s giveaway, I have a romantic two-fer from DC Comics. First up is the hardcover collection “Justice League: Volume Two — The Villain’s Journey.” While that doesn’t sound all lovey-dovey at first, this book … Continue Reading →
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UPDATE: Vibe’s Detroit origin confirmed. MTV Geek! got an interesting exclusive: DC is taking the annoying trend of variant covers to a whole new level with the launch of “Justice League of America.” There will be 52 variant covers, one for each state, plus Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico, according to the site. Also announced … Continue Reading →
Got a great email this morning from Warner Bros. with the voice cast for the next animated Justice League movie, “Justice League: Doom.” It’ll be out in early 2012 and reunites a bunch of voice alumni from Cartoon Network’s beloved series: Tim Daly as Superman, Kevin Conroy as Batman, Michael Rosenbaum as Flash, Susan Eisenberg … Continue Reading →
It’s the moment DC Comics fans have been anticipating or dreading: “Justice League” No. 1 by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. It’s the book that will launch a thousand ships. Well, 51 anyway. But how is it? Not bad. (Beware vary mild spoilers, just in case.) Johns, DC’s chief creative officer, is no dummy. Batman … Continue Reading →
Well, today’s the big day, the start of the DCnU with “Justice League” No. 1. It’s Comicgeddon if you listen to some longtime fans. Me, I’ll be happy if the stories are great. Do I agree with all the changes? No. (Cyborg as a JL founder? Um, no.) But I’m willing to give it a … Continue Reading →
Geoff Johns is a busy man these days. This week is the big launch of the DCnU, 52 new No. 1 titles that shake up the DC universe. And this time they mean it. (Well, they always say they mean it, so longtime fans are used to taking these things with a grain of salt.) … Continue Reading →