SPOILER ALERT: Do not read any farther if you haven’t yet seen this week’s episode of Arrow, “Seeing Red” and don’t want to have the ending ruined for you. Fair warning.
This weekend, while many of us were walking the WonderCon walk (hopefully in our most comfortable shoes), plenty of writers and journalists were hopping on news sites like IGN and Comic Book Resources to talk the WonderCon talk.
We spent the weekend surrounded by thousands of amazing people who love comics, we just posted the latest episode of our webseries devoted entirely to the world of comics, and now we’re looking ahead to tomorrow where we’ll be treated to a big stack of brand new, hot-off-the-presses…COMICS!
Last week, many of you hit your nearest comic shop or favorite online retailer to grab the first issue of Batman Eternal, our brand new weekly comic featuring the Dark Knight and kicking off with one very bad night for Commissioner Gordon. Well, guess what?
We’re now in the third week of Batman Eternal, and DC’s new weekly Batman comic shows no sign of slowing down (as indicated by issue #3’s Batmobile meets bombs cover). A dangerously familiar villain is back in town and he’s wasting no time buying friends and high places, while poor Commissioner Gordon is stuck behind bars.
Badges? You don’t need no stinking badges! Not if you watch DC All Access!
So, we have this hero that wears a lot of black and he’s celebrating a little anniversary this year. Seventy-five years… Ring any bells?
With each new installment of Arrow ratcheting up the tension and making the standoff between Oliver Queen and Slade Wilson more and more precarious, a week without a new episode can feel like an eternity. Has it really only been thirteen days since Deathstroke kidnapped Thea Queen and dropped a bombshell on Laurel by revealing that Oliver is the Arrow?