Bernie Wrightson: Inking Nightmares
SDCC 2012: DC Comics - Before Watchmen
For comic book readers, 2012 may just go down as the year we found out what took place before. Of course, we’re talking about Before Watchmen, the highly discussed comic book event that tells untold stories that take place before and around the events of WATCHMEN.
SDCC 2012: DC Entertainment - All Access: OGNs
From modern reimaginings of classic characters and their origins, to completely original stories from some of the best writers in any medium—this has been a stellar year for original graphic novels at DC and Vertigo.
SDCC 2012: DC Comics – The New Wave
Last spring, DC made waves (well, one very awesome Wave, at any rate) as they brought some new blood to DC COMICS – THE NEW 52 in what’s become known as THE NEW 52, WAVE TWO.
SDCC 2012: DC Comics: Justice League and Green Lantern
If you like your comics with huge stakes and epic conflicts told on a massive scale, then you’re not going to want to miss this one. From the unforgettable adventures of DC’s premier super team to the intergalactic exploits of the Green Lantern Corps, to the newly arisen heroes of Earth 2, DC COMICS – THE NEW 52 has offered plenty over the past year to stoke the imagination.
SDCC 2012: DC Comics: Superman
The Man of Steel has been flying higher than ever in 2012, and with a slate of ongoing titles inside and out of DC COMICS – THE NEW 52, he’s proven to be one of the richest and most diverse heroes in the DC Universe.
SDCC 2012: Vertigo: Get Jiro!
In a future where master chefs control the city like crime lords and diners will literally kill for a seat at the best restaurants, one renegade sushi chef will ignite a war between kitchens that will leave far more than discarded seafood in its wake. GET JIRO!
SDCC 2012: DC Comics - The New 52
Last fall, DC made history when it relaunched their entire lineup and introduced DC COMICS – THE NEW 52. After nearly a year, the lineup is still going strong, bolstered by some of the most talented creators working in comics today. But what lies on the horizon for Batman, Superman, the Green Lantern Corps, Aquaman, the Titans and the rest?
The DC Comics Digital Bane 101 Sale
The venom-fueled villain Bane cemented his place in comic book history with one devastating act that crippled Batman, forcing him to surrender the cape and cowl. On July 20, the man who broke the Bat breaks onto the big screen in director Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated film "The Dark Knight Rises."
SDCC 2012: DC Comics: From Concept to Page
The heart of comic book creation may be great writing and vivid art, but that’s hardly all there is to it. So what does it take to create a new comic from beginning to end? How many steps to the process are there? And where do one creator’s contributions end and the next one’s begin? You’re about to find out.