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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 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 October 2, 2010 Add Comments
Next up on the DC Universe Animated Direct To Video docket is Superman-Batman: Apocalypse which some are calling a sequel to Public Enemies, but in reality it is a sequel only in that it is the next story line that follows in the S/B Jeph Loeb series. Following a quick one shot featuring Robin, Tim Drake, and Conner Kent the story, titled Supergirl in the trade that came out in 2005 played out in issues 8-13 (running through the spring and summer of 2004).
To set things up, a little history…
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POSTED BY Steve Rogers ON June 14, 2010 Add Comments
Before we get started on this issue, let’s do a little history of the future lesson.
Following the end of The New Adventures of Batman & Robin, or Gotham Knights as the series is sometimes called, Alan Burnett, Bruce Timm, Paul Dini and crew came up with a new series to continue their successful run with both Batman and Superman. That series was Batman Beyond, and it debuted in January of 1999. The setting of the series would be in the not too-distant future of Gotham City,…
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