I'd run Mike Ploog artwork on here every day if it were up to me, but the holidays gave me the perfect excuse to post this piece. (This particular splash is from his backup story with Paul Dini in The Spirit #9.)
It’s the end of the year and, if you’re like me this year, that means there’s still some last minute shopping to be done. Need help seeking out the perfect gift for your comic book loving friends and family? Just check out the latest and greatest best of 2010 lists...
Here are a few variant (and a couple standard) covers to help you through your week. First up, a stunning variant of GREEN ARROW #8 by David Mack. Next, two JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #18 covers, the iconic version by Aaron Lopresti and the variant by Kevin Maguire. Rounding it out are two covers to WONDER WOMAN #606.
As December winds down and folks make resolutions for the New Year, it's not uncommon to daydream about how things might have worked out differently. What decisions do you regret? What would you make differently, if you had a chance to change your life?
As 2010 comes to a close, we want to recognize and thank you, the fans, for the passion and excitement that you have for the creators we work with and the characters whose adventures we publish. You motivate us to work harder and to publish better books. It’s simple. We could not do this without you.
Why are the Secret Six helping Lex Luthor? Lex doesn't want to take Vandal
Savage on by himself, so he hires Scandal and her teammates to lend him a
hand against the immortal villain.
But why would they agree to help him? What does Lex Luthor offer that would
convince the Secret Six to help out the most notorious man in Metropolis?
Green Arrow's haunted by a horrible childhood memory in this preview to GREEN ARROW #7 -- and who wouldn't be, given the circumstances? Lucky for him he was trained on that bow by such an early age.
Larfleeze has been dreaming of Christmas ever since he arrived on Earth. Will he get everything he wants? Well, let's just say he's got a really, really long list and it's questionable, at best, whether or not he's been good this year....
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Do the above two images look similar? The first is the iconic spread by Jon Bogdanove and Dennis Janke from the classic Death of Superman storyline, the second is by Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway for next week's DCU Legacies #8.
A few words from the book's editor, Mike Carlin, who also edited the original Death of Superman story: