Way to go Long Beach! I just got back up to LA from the first Long Beach Comic Con and I had a blast. The show was great, the fans were great, the guest list was great and the weather was great.
Ever wonder what a down-and-out street thug would do with super powers?
Or what J. Michael Straczynski would do at DC Comics?
DC’s longtime superhero mash-up series THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD welcomes a new pairing of heroic proportions. J. Michael Straczynski, writer and creator of the sci-fi hit, Babylon 5 and BAFTA-award nominated screenwriter of Changeling, joins forces with rising star illustrator Jesus Saiz (OMAC PROJECT, CHECKMATE) as the series’ dynamic new writer-artist team starting with issue #27, on sale September 16.
What's the best way to get over having to come back to work after a long weekend? Well, how about some cool news? I can't really complain, as I'm sending this while heading south to the Florida Keys. But this news is big enough to interrupt my vacation -- and it really should be shared now.
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver continue to race toward the gripping conclusion of FLASH: REBIRTH with the fourth installment in the mini-series that returned Barry Allen to the DCU. Allen left a legacy that thrived after his death. Now his return threatens it all. What secrets does Barry hold inside him about the fate of the Flash Family? What destiny awaits Wally and his twins? What murderous force targets Bart Allen? And what does it truly mean to be a speedster? You won't find all the answers here, but we've got a few.
It's Wednesday. We know that means new comics. More specifically, it means a new issue of WEDNESDAY COMICS. Check out the latest SUPERMAN strip installment over at USA TODAY before you head to the shop.
You've heard the question, but have you gotten the answer? Who's faster, Superman or the Flash? Place your bets, because the third issue of FLASH: REBIRTH brings in the verdict -- in a way you'd never predict. Check out a few pages from writer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver's speedster opus, which hits 6/10.
Writer/artist Jerry Ordway steps in for a few issues before the new regular team of Bill Willingham, Matt Sturges and artist Jesus Merino take over, and he's got some fun stuff in store. The younger members of the JSA find their headquarters in lockdown mode -- with Flash, Green Lantern and Wildcat stuck inside. Can the junior team break into their own base? And what Atomic Age secret returns to haunt the three JSA founders? Find out some of the answers -- and a few new questions -- in the pages below.