NYCC: DC Announces ‘The Immortal Men’

A new age of DC Heroes is bringing seven new books, and a whole heap of new heroes and villains to the DC Universe, starting this December with The Immortal Men, written by James Tynion IV and illustrated by Jim Lee. This story brings a secret history of heroes and

NYCC: Watchmen Meets DC in ‘Doomsday Clock’

Since last year’s DC Universe: Rebirth one-shot, it’s been known that Watchmen character, Doctor Manhattan, has done something to the DC Universe. Consequences have appeared here and there in the comics that followed, but they are set to be fully explored in Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s Doomsday Clock –

NYCC: East and West Meet For ‘Batman Ninja’

New York Comic Con’s panel for the upcoming Japanese-produced Batman Ninja anime featured some of the best of Japanese talent. Screenwriter Kazuki Nakashima (Kill La Kill), director Jumpei Mizusaki (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure), character designer Takashi Okazaki (Afro Samurai), and English-language screenwriters Leo Chu and Eric Garcia (Supa Ninjas) made up

NYCC: The Next Big Things From Marvel Legacy

Marvel Comic’s Marvel Legacy initiative has begun, and editors Nick Lowe and Mark Basso, writers Ed Brisson, Gerry Duggan, Matthew Rosenberg, Rainbow Rowell and Charles Soule, and artists Javier Garrón and Erica Henderson stopped by NYCC to discuss the future of their comics. Iron Fist First topic on the table

NYCC: New Robert Kirkman Comic Announced

Yesterday at New York Comic Con, Image held a press junket to talk about Robert Kirkman’s new comic at their Skybound imprint – Oblivion Song. Oblivion Song pairs The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman, with co-creator and Italian artist Lorenzo de Felici in his first American comic. Also joining them on

NYCC: Marvel Teases New Comics For 2018

Today at New York Comic Con, Marvel revealed that they would be releasing both a Legion series, and a Rogue & Gambit series, beginning early next year. They also revealed the creative team behind Rogue & Gambit. The series – made up of five issues beginning in January – will

The Weekly Comic Shortlist – 13 Sept 2017

This week’s comic releases are a good mix of revelations and challenges to mighty heroes; horrific tales of shadowy towns and new characters shining through the mix of well established ones. Things are looking bright in comics and here is a short list of the highlights for the week. DC

The Weekly Comic Picks

It’s that time once again to go through the list of mentionable comics that made our shortlist for this week. DC   BATMAN #30 The Ballad of Kite Man sounds like one hell of a serenade (if he’s singing in the right key). If he’s dealing with the Batman, then


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