Well, that was a show, huh? By the time you read this, I'll be frantically packing my meager belongings into my ratty suitcase and preparing to head back to the Big Apple after an amazing C2E2 convention. Were you at the show? What'd you think? Were you watching the news from afar? Share your experiences in the comments below as I try to find my boarding pass...
You didn't think we'd stop at BRIGHTEST DAY, did you? Probably not, since we've made a habit of showing these solicits in this space for a while now. So, for a sneak peek at what's coming down the pike for The Dark Knight and co., click below. I didn't mean for that to rhyme.
What's up DC Nation? This week we're on our way to the first ever C2E2 show in Chicago and our levels of anticipation are running very high. Not only is this a new show but we have a certifiably awesome list of talent making an appearance as well. Take a look:
Writer Paul Malmont and artist Howard Porter join forces to launch the Man of Bronze into his own ongoing series. And with Doc Savage the target of a brazen attack on New York City, you can be sure things don't start off slowly. Tragedy will strike one of Doc's compatriots and someone may not survive the first issue's opening pages.
It's that time again, gang. Here, for your Friday enjoyment is a collection of the covers and solicitation info for all the BRIGHTEST DAY titles hitting in July. What're you waiting for? Click below.
Part of the wonderful thing about DC's library of characters is their versatility -- whether they're presented on the big screen, television, in comics or in other forms of media, they still continue to resonate with readers of all ages.
Case in point: DC SUPER HEROES: THE ULTIMATE POP-UP BOOK.
Spinning out of CRY FOR JUSTICE, "The Fall of Green Arrow" continues with Oliver Queen as a fugitive from justice. But what happens when the Justice League of America learn of his crime? The Emerald Archer's relationship with the World's Greatest Heroes will never be the same, courtesy of writer J.T. Krul and artist Federico Dallocchio with a stunning cover by Mauro Cascioli.