When I look at the legacy of Superman stories, it is a challenge to not include Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s ALL-STAR SUPERMAN among the greatest tales ever told about the Man of Steel. It’s an epic examination of a character who has always been larger than life and deserves nothing less than to be celebrated as such.
No, we haven’t cracked open the comic industry Multiverse and unleashed a flurry of alternate universe Scott Snyders, Jeff Lemires and Jim Lees into the world. We’re just referring to the two major reasons you may want to hit the comic shop tomorrow if you’re a DC Comics fan.
Welcome, friends, to another edition of Caption This!, our monthly contest of captions and collectibles. We’re nearing the holiday season, and soon we’ll be decking the halls, drinking the eggnog and trying to convince Santa we’ve been good this year. (No, we weren’t playing rugby with that new Batman Black & White prototype! It broke on its own, we promise!)
"Little did I suspect when I accepted the BATMAN writing assignment back in 2006 that I’d wind up spending the next six years writing the longest continued comic story I’ve ever attempted. I thought I’d said most of what I had to say about the character with Arkham Asylum, Gothic, and Batman’s appearances in JLA. Clearly, I was wrong.
Fans attending MorrisonCon in Las Vegas this weekend were treated to a very special announcement this morning.
Take an exclusive first look at Frank Quitely's variant cover for BATMAN, INCORPORATED #1!