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There’s a certain smell in the air today—a smell of hamburgers and hotdogs mixed with fireworks and Roland Emmerich films. It’s the smell of patriotism. The smell of freedom. The smell of American Independence Day.
If you’ve been frequenting the DC Comics website recently, you may have noticed that there’s been a lot of coverage regarding a certain super-powered Kryptonian with incredible strength and durability, a Man of Steel, if you will.
It’s like we’re the Daily Planet up in here with all this Superman stuff, amirite? Which, really, why would we not want to be the Daily Planet? They’ve got the best reporters, exclusives regarding super-heroes, and a guy who is simply committed to bringing back the bowtie in a non-ironic fashion.
Like Marty McFly, Kyle Reese, and Wyld Stallyns Bill S. Preston, Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan, we’re going back in time as the critically acclaimed creative team of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo takes readers to the early days of the Dark Knight with the near yearlong epic, Batman: Zero Year.
The 11-part storyline began with the June 12 release of Batman #21, and as usual with Snyder and Capullo, it already has us as hooked as the mid-90s Aquaman.
The summer of Superman is here! Today, the premier issue of the comic book series SUPERMAN UNCHAINED flies into stores and is available digitally. From the superstar creative team of Scott Snyder and artist Jim Lee comes an incredible story featuring the Man of Steel as he takes on an all new villain unlike anything he’s ever encountered. SUPERMAN UNCHAINED #1 is an explosive beginning for the Man of Steel’s next adventure.
Today is a big day for The Dark Knight as the highly anticipated first installment of “Zero Year” arrives, in stores and digitally, in the pages of BATMAN #21! From the acclaimed and New York Times bestselling creative team of Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo, “Zero Year” presents a new vision of Batman’s early years that speaks to our time—our hopes and our fears.
As the world’s strongest, most powerful super hero, Superman’s adventures tend to be very large in scale.
Heck, that’s putting it mildly. They’re massive. Epic. So big that they give every inch of your retinas a workout. However, usually the art’s limited to what can fit in a panel or occasional splash page.