Vertigo for the DC Fan: Mark Sexton Introduces the Mad Max: Fury Road...
Condolences to the friends and family of Dwayne McDuffie
"Dwayne McDuffie left a lasting legacy on the world of comics that many writers can only aspire to. He will not only be remembered as the extremely gifted writer whose scripts have been realized as comic books, in television shows and on the silver screen, but as the creator or co-creator of so many of the much-loved Milestone characters, including Static Shock.
We always look forward to E-mails from Francesco Francavilla...
... Because whenever we get one, there's usually something amazing attached - like this page from tomorrow's DETECTIVE COMICS #874.
FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: A Call For Questions
Max Lord: villain or hero?
It's hard to imagine someone capable of such evil acts as anything but a villain, but the cover to JUSTICE LEAGUE: GENERATION LOST #20 poses the question: "Max Lord: Villain... Or Hero?" Next Wednesday's issue takes a look into Max Lord's past and explains the reason he's made it his life's work to eliminate metahumans.
Adrianne Palicki cast as Wonder Woman for NBC and David E. Kelley
Adrianne Palicki (“Friday Night Lights,” “Red Dawn”) will star in the title role of “Wonder Woman,” a new series pilot from David E. Kelley (“Boston Legal,” “Ally McBeal,” NBC's “Harry’s Law”).
It's Larfleeze vs. Luthor in ACTION COMICS #898
Did anyone really think that Larfleeze would just forgive and forget Lex Luthor trying to steal his Orange Lantern back in Blackest Night? Check out a preview of the rematch we've all been waiting a year for and catch its results in ACTION COMICS #898, on sale next week. [gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: Three answers from Geoff Johns
UPDATED: “I’m going to do what so many have failed to do… I’m going to kill him.”
Apologies. We've corrected the art credits below.
There have been signs. In the sun... and the moon... And here in the forest.
When the Phantom Stranger appears with a warning of an end of days, it's always a good idea to pay attention. Tensions mount in GREEN ARROW #9 by J. T. Krul and Diogenes Neves, leading Oliver Queen to a bold and reckless decision. Bold and reckless? Yeah, that sounds like Green Arrow.