POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON February 23, 2012 Add Comments
Part two of this series looks at the rest of the Super Family and other Limited Series, minis, and maxi-series starting Superman.
Same Day and Date:
Superboy (2011-) #1-4 ($1.99 each a month after initial release)
Supergirl (2011-) #1-4 ($1.99 each a month after initial release)
Adventure Comics #4, 7-10 ($2.99 each) #5, Special Featuring The Guardian ($1.99 each)
From 2009-2011, DC relaunched the legendary title, Adventure Comics, as a Superman Family tie-in and it would feature Superboy and The Legion of Super-Heroes, whom were the main features…
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POSTED BY Dustin Fritschel ON July 5, 2011 Add Comments
The Harvey Award Nominees have been announced and one Batman creator has been nominated.
BEST COVER ARTIST
Frank Quitely, BATMAN AND ROBIN, DC Comics
Congratulations and good luck to Frank Quitely!
Posted by Dustin Fritschel
Tags: frank quitely, harvey awards
POSTED BY David Healey ON May 5, 2011 Add Comments
In my first report from the Boston Comic Con I spoke of the fans. That dedicated throng that populates these events. In this second installment I’d like to touch on one of the main reasons they come to these cons, the artists and writers.
Boston isn’t a huge Con. I haven’t been to San Diego but judging by all reports I’d say Boston is probably i/32nd its size. So it is a modest affair and so one wouldn’t expect it to draw a lot of talent that the big shows do.
But the talent was there, if not in huge…
Tags: adam hughes, boston comic con, frank quitely, joe kubert, san diego comic con
POSTED BY Nick Wheatley ON April 10, 2011 Add Comments
So on my return to Kapow there was plenty to look forward to and I had plenty to get done. Very little Batman at all I'm afraid but still plenty happening. The day started off with the Millarworld panel. A session with Mark Millar and friends to chat about independent comics.
Joining Millar was Andy Diggle (The Losers), Jock, Leinil Yu, Frank Quietly, Dave Gibbons, Ian Churchill and John Romita Jr. We got to learn a few items including a spin-off comic series of Kick-Ass called…
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POSTED BY Nick Wheatley ON April 9, 2011 Add Comments
So here is my report on a very eventful first day at Kapow. Firstly, it seems the event had plenty of coverage with the Business Design Centre packed full of punters from the start. Inside the building we had the IGN arena as your first point of call with video games set up, sofas to chill out on and watch some of the newest movies, plus a stage with IGN events on all day. Further through the building we had the regular floor with loads of…
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POSTED BY Nick Wheatley ON April 8, 2011 Add Comments
On the 9th and 10th of April 2011 Mark Millar's attempt to bring the San Diego Comic Con experience to the UK will begin. Millar (the writer of Kick-Ass and a major comic book celebrity himself) has got plenty of surprises in store for all the attending fans with loads of panels, Q & A's and celebrity guests turning up from the world of film, TV, games and comics. I'll be reporting back for TBU to give you an insight into what's going on at Kapow…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON April 2, 2011 Add Comments
Alright, we’ve got a big Bat-Week here on the Digital App.
Batman and Robin #1-6 ($1.99 each)
The first 6 issues of Grant Morrison’s epic of Dick Grayson & Damian Wayne’s adventures. Drawn by Frank Quietly and Philip Tan, this was one of the hottest books of 2009.
Batman: Streets of Gotham #16 ($1.99)
Continuing the Heart Of Hush story, this time delving into the pasts of the Waynes.
Birds of Prey Volume 1 #111-112 ($1.99 each)
It’s Oracle vs. Calculator in # 111 and Lady Blackhawk honors a…
Tags: alex ross, batman and robin, batman: streets of gotham, birds of prey, calculator, catwoman, damian wayne, dc: the new frontier, detective comics, dick grayson, doug braithwaite, frank quitely, gotham city sirens, grant morrison, harley quinn, hush, jim krueger, jla, joe kelly, justice, justice league of america, lady blackhawk, oracle, paul dini, philip tan, poison ivy, silver age, superman/batman, tommy elliot, vixen
POSTED BY Zach Betonte ON March 24, 2011 Add Comments
DC Entertainment’s latest animated adventure is arguably their most ambitious project yet. The highly anticipated animated adaptation of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s modern comic book classic, “All Star Superman” arrived with fireworks. The original out of continuity twelve issue comic book series tells the tale of Superman’s final days on Earth before he dies. Like the comic book, the film is just as visionary and enjoyable. An instant DC animated classic.
When DC Entertainment first announced their plans to bring Morrison’s masterpiece to…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON January 9, 2011 Add Comments
It’s a Bat-Week here at DC Digital as on January 1st they either released or dropped the prices of 101 Batman issues, numbers 600 through 700 to 99 cents!
Now, a good chunk of this run from cover date April 2002 through cover date August of 2010 is on DC Digital already with Hush, (608-619), Under The Hood (635-641, 645-648), and Grant Morrison’s run 655-682. So let’s focus on the issues put into legal digital form for the first time.
Batman: The Ten Cent Adventure (Free), Batman #600-605…
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