Get your bags packed because DC Entertainment is heading to WonderCon! This year we'll be attending the show from March 16-18 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.
On Wednesday, June 6, DC Comics will publish the first of the highly anticipated BEFORE WATCHMEN comic book prequels. BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN, written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke, will be the first issue released the first Wednesday in June, followed in subsequent weeks by BEFORE WATCHMEN: SILK SPECTRE by Darwyn Cooke and Amanda Conner (June 13), BEFORE WATCHMEN: COMEDIAN by Brian Azzarello and J.G. Jones (June 20), and BEFORE WATCHMEN: NITE OWL by J.
It's official. BEFORE WATCHMEN has officially been announced. To see the covers and read exclusive interviews with the writers of the seven mini-series, as well as the CURSE OF THE CRIMSON CORSAIR back-up story to be featured in each issue, visit the following media outlets.
• USA Today: RORSCHACH – Interview with writer Brian Azzarello
This summer, DC Entertainment will publish all-new stories expanding on the acclaimed WATCHMEN universe. As highly anticipated as they are controversial, the seven inter-connected prequel mini-series will build on the foundation of the original WATCHMEN, the bestselling graphic novel of all time. BEFORE WATCHMEN will be the collective banner for all seven titles, from DC Comics.
One of the most critically acclaimed original graphic novels of the last few years, SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE will be getting a highly anticipated sequel in 2012. Considered by some to be “Superman for the TWILIGHT crowd,” the original was a standalone story which re-examined the early mythology of the classic character. SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE – VOLUME TWO continues the fresh take on the youthful struggles of Krypton’s superpowered survivor.
Superman continues his walk across America with a stop in Ogden, Utah and another for a conversation with Batman in Salt Lake City. The winning letter came to us from Ryan Doman of Ogden. Thanks, Ryan!
The issue features art by the extremely talented Travel Foreman and Eddy Barrows. SUPERMAN #710 is on sale tomorrow.
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In WONDER WOMAN #609, Diana gets a glimpse at a past very different than the one she remembers. Is this in fact a look at the real history of Wonder Woman? Find out when the issue, written by J. Michael Straczynski and Phil Hester and with art by Don Kramer, Sean Parsons, and Wayne Faucher, hits stores this Wednesday.[gallery link="file" order="DESC" columns="2"]
SUPERMAN #709 provides an exhilarating new twist on the classic question of who’s faster: Superman or Flash? Who will outrun the other and what the heck is that thing on Flash’s head that’s making him speak Kryptonian and recite the planet’s history?
Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Chris Roberson, with artwork by Eddy Barrows & J.P. Mayer and a cover by John Cassaday, SUPERMAN #709 continues the Man of Steel’s “Grounded” storyline -- this time bringing Superman to the vast landscapes of Boulder, Colorado.
Upon finding herself in a destroyed Amazon safe house, Diana finds her mother’s old shield. But will that be enough to protect herself from Cheetah and the enigmatic Morrigan?
Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Phil Hester and with art by Geraldo Borges and Marlo Alquiza, WONDER WOMAN #608 hits stands tomorrow.
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