We’re entering the final lap here at Comic Con. The fans are running around to snatch up last-minute deals, the staffers are looking a little glazed over – but the energy in the convention center is still high. And what better way to close out the con than a Sunday Conversation panel? Dan started these a few years back and the idea really stuck. I even had the pleasure of sitting on one of them way back when.
Yes, indeed friends, those are the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS you see below. What does this mean? Well, it’s simple – in the same way the Milestone and Red Circle characters have been integrated into regular DCU continuity, so will the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS. That’s pretty much all we’ve got to say at this point, aside from the lovely designs by superstar artist J.G. Jones you see here.
As promised, there was more going on at the DC booth on Friday beyond breaking Guinness World Records. Yesterday, DC Comics President and Publisher Paul Levitz was honored with a shiny, new -- and upgraded -- Inkpot Award by Comic-Con International in a surprise ceremony. Paul was originally honored with the award in 2002 -- now, that award has gotten a bit of spit and polish.
The day is winding down a bit, but not before we get to experience a dose of the critically acclaimed WEDNESDAY COMICS, live from Comic-Con. DC Art Director Mark Chiarello is the MC tonight, with a collection of talent from WEDNESDAY COMICS. Which talent? Well, if you’re around, swing by Room 5AB and find out. If not – we’ll have photos and audio up soon. In the meantime, here’s some snazzy art from WEDNESDAY COMICS to keep a smile on your face.
The Battle for the Cowl is over – what’s next? That’s the big question that will be answered in a few short minutes during the San Diego Comic Con “Batman: New Dynamic” panel, as Batman Group Editor Michael Marts rounds up a band of creators, including writers Paul Dini, Greg Rucka and artist Dustin Nguyen, to discuss what the future holds for the new Caped Crusader. And since we’re a little early for the panel ourselves, what questions do you, Source readers, have about the Bat-verse? What’s gotten your attention? What titles have you added to your pull list?