Oliver Queen’s got lots on his mind these days – shocking details about his family, the increasing threat of Komodo, membership in the Justice League of America, and much more.
With less than a week until Emerald City Comic Con, it’s time to announce the con exclusive covers for some of DC Comics’ most popular series!
Available for $10 each at the DC Collectibles Boutique at the Graphitti Designs booth #1910, the ECCC exclusive variant covers for BATMAN #17, GREEN ARROW #17 and JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 are all must have collector’s items.
Back in October, you got a taste of writer Jeff Lemire’s interpretation of Oliver Queen when he co-wrote the back-up story in JUSTICE LEAGUE #13 with Geoff Johns. And starting next month, Lemire’s new writing duties on GREEN ARROW kick off with issue #17, further expanding his gritty and noir take on the Justice League of America member.
Back in August, we told you that in 2013, we’d be launching JUSTICE OF LEAGUE AMERICA from the superstar creative team of Geoff Johns and artist David Finch. Today, we’re pleased to tell you that the JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA news only starts there.
You may think I,VAMPIRE is a horror story about blood thirsty vampires, but writer Joshua Hale Fialkov would argue that at it’s heart, the series is a love story.
"All great stories are love stories,” says Fialkov. “Sometimes they're about two people in love, or two people falling out of love, or a man in love with vengeance, or, a man in love with Truth, Justice, and the American Way. All of the characters we love are motivated almost entirely by love.”
The War of the Vampires is getting intense as Andrew Bennett and the Queen of Blood arrive in Gotham City in I,VAMPIRE.
Writer Joshua Hale Fialkov gives us the inside scoop on what’s been happening in the series and a hint at what’s to come.
Love. Redemption. Those don’t exactly sound like the high adventure comics are built on, but they’re two of the main components of I, VAMPIRE. And before you start thinking this is our take on the current vampire craze, let me set you straight on a couple things.
First, I, VAMPIRE debuted in the DC Universe back in 1980s, some twenty years ago. Second, this is part of the DC Comics-The New 52, so you know we’re not going for mushy romance, teen angst or asking you to pick a team.