What do you call a month with two DC Collectibles Spoiler Alerts in it? We call it February.
A few weeks ago, we gave you a fast and furious Spoiler Alert that offered up an early look at one of our upcoming Injustice: Gods Among Us action figures, before we announced a full line-up at Toy Fair. This time, we’re giving you a look at…well…
It’s shaping up to be one rough week for members of the Bat-family. After their absolutely brutal run-in with the Joker in “Death of the Family,” they now have to contend with, well, a death in the family. If you’ve read yesterday’s New York Post article, you know what we’re referring to.
He’s graced the pages of comic books written and drawn by the likes of Denny O’Neil, Kevin Smith, Mike Grell, Neal Adams, Andy Diggle and Jeff Lemire. He’s been featured on the small screen in two popular live action television shows and made memorable appearances on several beloved animated series. His likeness has been preserved in action figures, clothing and collectibles.
February 14th is now a full week behind us. The flowers are starting to droop, the chocolates have begun to harden, and the expensive candlelit dinner is now a fading memory. Only the love remains. Well, that and the blasted toothache we got from eating so many candy hearts. (You know who really learns how much we love him in February—our dentist.)
Last month, JOE KUBERT PRESENTS #4 continued the gorgeous anthology-style six issue miniseries curated by the legendary Joe Kubert.
We’ve reached the end of the week, DC fans, and you know what that means—it’s time to go right back to the start and live it all over again! No, you haven’t found yourself in a classic (if slightly repetitive) Bill Murray movie. You’re in the Week-In-Review, and if you’ve never been here before, be ready for some real treats!
The entire DC Entertainment family is saddened by the news of artist Scott Clark's passing. Scott was an extremely talented creator and an important part of The New 52. From the beginning of his career working at WildStorm through his most recent output on titles like Grifter, Batman, Inc. and Manhunter, Clark earned a reputation as an extremely talented and professional artist.
You know that scene in movies where one person says to the other “This town isn’t big enough for the both of us” and then there’s a face off and one person either ends up dead or run out of town?