Zach Snyder has already adapted two of Frank Miller’s graphic novels, 300 and Snyder is penning the 300 sequel. So why wouldn’t he talk to Miller about the upcoming Superman/Batman movie? I mean, Miller did write the knock down, drag out brawl between the two DC icons in The Dark Knight Returns. According to a […]
Batman/Superman #2 Written by Greg Pak Art by Jae Lee When the New 52 reboot was announced, I was under the impression that the folks in charge would take a similar approach to the reboot back in 1986. That wasn’t the case. In 1986 (when the universe was rebooted at the end of Crisis on Infinite […]
The DC Animated Universe has a pretty solid track record (if you omit Green Lantern: First Flight). The people in charge are usually able to take the source material to heart and produce some really good animated movies. For the most part, all of the flicks in the DCU Animated line have been taken from […]
In 2010 the most unlikely of casts was assembled for the surprisingly entertaining action-comedy RED. Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren were all labeled “Retired Extremely Dangerous,” and lived up to their designation in the film. It was a winning formula, combining action with a well-known cast of aging not-so-action-heroes. But was it wise for them to come out […]
With Man of Steel set for release in the next two weeks, I was thinking back to all of the different variations or concepts that Superman has gone through over the years. From the original “circus performer” costume to the electric blue version to the current New 52 suit. Over the years, the artists that have taken […]
Action Comics #19 Written by Andy Diggle Art by Tony Daniel Finally!! Redemption has arrived. After much suffering at the hands of the creative teams on both of the main Superman books (Grant Morrison/Rags Morales on Action Comics & George Perez/Jesus Merino on Superman), we are finally treated to the new creative duo in Andy Diggle (The Losers & Green […]
As I write this, I’m still in a euphoric state. Not because I was finally able to get my hands on a few key issues and fill some major holes in my collection. Not because I was able to get an amazing custom sketch from Chris Samnee. Not because I was able to see a Q […]
Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a Superman fan through and through. Action Comics Annual #1 was the first comic I ever bought, and I became a fan immediately. Before the reboot, the Superman books were struggling. None of them, with the exception of Supergirl & Superboy had real traction with fans. When the reboot was announced, I […]
When DC Comics announced its latest wave of canceled books (Fury of Firestorm, Ravagers, Savage Hawkman, Deathstroke, Sword Of Sorcery and Team 7), it was only a matter of time before they began to make announcements about their replacements. And so it begins.
It was announced last week that Geoff Johns is ending his 10 year run on Green Lantern. DC’s The Source blog then revealed that ALL the Green Lantern titles were going to receive a creative face lift. This morning, DC announced the new creative teams on the GL titles as well as a brand new title.