The latest volume of Brian Wood’s critically acclaimed war comic book DMZ, is on sale now. In “Collective Punishment” drawn by such artists as Andrea Mutti, Nathan Fox, Danijel Zezelj and David Lapham, citizens and soldiers – new characters and old – weather the storm of a brutal "shock and awe" bombing campaign on the DMZ.
Top-traffic game site IGN has started a countdown of their top 100 super heroes of all time. Everyday they've been unrolling more and more of their list. So far, they've revealed a little more than half of their entries and DC has secured a solid number of spots, with characters such as Black Lightning, Superboy, Jonah Hex, Booster Gold, Aquaman, and Barry Allen being included. Head on over to IGN to see the full list so far and keep checking back as the rest is revealed today and tomorrow.
USA Today ran a feature today on the making of FLASHPOINT, as part of their coverage of Free Comic Book Day.
Head on over to their website to read creator and editorial commentary and to get an insider's pass to the creation of the series. And while you're there, be sure to also click on the image slideshow to see a gallery of stunning art, including Andy Kubert's process piece of the first two-page spread of the series, character designs, and all three of the first issue's covers.
Batman and Hal Jordan team up in the Friday, May 20th episode of BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD. Tune in at 6:30pm ET/PT on Cartoon Network to watch.
Take a look at the clip here:
When you rush to Free Comic Book Day, you’ll be picking up a copy of the second chapter in Geoff Johns’ GREEN LANTERN: SECRET ORIGIN. You’ll be super excited to see an exclusive first preview of FLASHPOINT #1. But what will your kids be reading?
If you’re unfamiliar with this fabulous all ages book based on the diminutive versions of the Endless from Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman, here's a peek inside:
To find out just who the villain of Adam Beechen and Ryan Benjamin's new "Industrial Revolution" storyline is, click through the spoiler jump ...
Today, Warner Bros. released a new GREEN LANTERN movie trailer. Watch it
Superboy wakes up to find that not only is Smallville an unrecognizable, near-lifeless place, but that he is the one responsible for the destruction. When the New Titans dub him the enemy and come to seek justice, Superboy has to prove his innocence not only to them – but to himself.
Want to know more? Check out writer Jeff Lemire's newest interview about the series over at Newsarama.