Robin 101: One Name, Many Heroes
DC Comics receives 14 Eisner nominations, the most of any publisher
The Eisner Awards announced their 2011 nominees today. DC Comics received the most nominations of any publisher, with fourteen nominations (and three shared nominations). Without further ado, here are the DC Comics and Vertigo nominees: BEST NEW SERIES: American Vampire, by Scott Snyder, Stephen King, and Rafael Albuquerque (Vertigo/DC)
Announcing WAR OF THE GREEN LANTERNS: AFTERMATH
The War of the Green Lanterns will forever change the lives of Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, John Stewart and Kyle Rayner in ways that nobody could predict. In the first chapter of WAR OF THE GREEN LANTERNS: AFTERMATH, a two-part event, GREEN LANTERN CORPS writer Tony Bedard explores the shocking consequences the war had on the Corps and its central members.
What it Means When the End is Near
Today sees the release of BRIGHTEST DAY #23, the series' penultimate issue. As a fan, I've got push-pull issues with endings. An an entertainment junkie, I often hurry to the end for the big reveal. Who lives? Who dies? Oh, her father was the killer. The super advanced robots are dead.
Eric Wallace on "The Methuselah Imperative" - TITANS' next exciting storyline
[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"] This July, a new storyline kicks of in the TITANS ANNUAL #1 and continues into the regular TITANS series. (Those are the covers to the Annual and issue #37 by Fabrizio Fiorentino above!) Why should Titans fans be excited about “The Methuselah Imperative”? Writer Eric Wallace explains why:
Learn the dangers of being Batman's friend in BATMAN BEYOND #4
Critical acclaim for XOMBI, plus some brand new Frazer Irving art