Dozens of panels, scores of signings and about a million things to see in just over four days—if you’re a DC fan who’s going to San Diego Comic-Con, you have your work cut out for you. By now, you’ve likely flagged all of the panels you’re interested in and are making all of the tough choices—such as whether you’d rather check out the Flash panel, or get in line for the Scott Snyder Batman signing in the DC booth.
With Rebirth now in full swing and so many exciting new titles to try, we can’t blame anyone for needing a reminder of what happened in the last issue. Or maybe you’re looking to add a new book to your list and need to get caught up on earlier chapters? Either way, we’re here to help. Every Tuesday, we’ll be recapping the prior issue of that week’s new Rebirth and Hanna-Barbera comics, as well as sharing our favorite moment. It’s a quick, easy way to ensure you’re up to speed and ready for New Comic Day.
If you’re familiar with Corinne Bailey Rae’s music, you know that it’s wide-reaching, with influences drawn from R&B, jazz, funk and more. So it’s not surprising that when assembling her Wonder Woman playlist, Bailey Rae cast a wide net, using the opportunity to highlight strong, fiercely independent women from all throughout modern music.
One of the more interesting aspects of Rebirth is that while Wally, Bruce and the rest of the DC Universe may not know who’s been messing with their reality, readers do. Or rather, they do if they’ve read Geoff Johns’ DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH.
When most people hear the name Bryan Hitch, they likely think of impactful, eye-grabbing art on an epic scale. However, as anyone who’s been reading his JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA knows, Hitch is just as adept at scripting action-packed tales driven by a deep understanding of the characters within them. JLA launched a year ago with a thoughtful debut arc that found Superman and the Justice League battling an enemy who used faith and belief as a weapon—the Kryptonian “god” known as Rao.