This week DC Comics released BATMAN ’66: THE LOST EPISODE #1, a special one-shot that’s based on an unused outline by acclaimed science fiction writer Harlan Ellison, adapted by writer Len Wein and pencilled by artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez. We hope you check it out, but before you do, let's break it down...by the numbers!
After taking a few months off (the guy just died—cut him some slack), Nightwing returns for one final issue today with NIGHTWING #30, the conclusion of Dick Grayson’s current DC Comics – The New 52 series. This is a big day for Nightwing and Dick Grayson in what may be the most significant year for the character in quite some time. In light of all of this, we thought we’d pay tribute by breaking this key issue down…by the numbers!
Yesterday, the newest version of the Justice League made its comic store debut in the pages of JUSTICE LEAGUE UNITED #0. Set within the frozen isolation of Northern Ontario, Canada after the events of Forever Evil, the first issue offers a unique take on a super team crafted by the impeccable creative team of Jeff Lemire and Mike McKone. As most fans likely know, it’s rare that a comic debuts with a “zero issue.” We’re more accustomed to seeing new titles launch with an issue #1. This made us curious about other numbers associated with the debut of this brand new monthly.