Posts tagged Jason Fabok
DC Entertainment is coming to WonderCon this year in a big way, as this is right before the comic publisher rolls forward with their new relaunch of #1 comics they’re titling DC: REBIRTH! Knowing this, it’s obvious to understand why the publisher, whose offices are right in WonderCon’s backyard, is bringing a full crew of creators, exclusives, and news via some big panels! One of the panels is even so big it starts before the convention opens on Saturday and will be streamed live for anyone to watch around the world! But just who are the creators coming to WonderCon More >
Just a few short hours before today’s big DC Retailer Roadshow (the first of several) in Burbank, CA, DC has dropped the bombshell of June’s post-Convergence plans. What are they? Well, they involve 24 brand new comic series, a dropping of the New 52 branding, and some major creative team shake ups. This is certainly some interesting and, in a few cases, unexpected twists to the stories currently unfolding at DC. Not all currently sound super exciting, but many seem like they’re the right direction for the company. Below we have a list of all 49 of DC’s upcoming series More >
It’s just one month until Geoff Johns final issue of Superman, as the creator once more readies to walk away from the near omnipotent Kryptonian he’s written so well. This time, however, he leaves us with a few parting words right after the penultimate issue that has left Superman with a new power! Read his thoughts below and see if you can catch some of the more interesting tidbits hidden throughout:
Superman #38 came out yesterday and JR and I wanted to say thank you, because the issue sold out!
I have to admit, it’s a little bittersweet, because not only is More >
DC Comics has just released their new solicits for December 2013, and it looks as if there are even more shake ups in the creative teams than the recently announced Batwoman change that saw J.H. Williams III and Haden Blackman out. So just who is out and who is in?
As we already mentioned, Williams III and Blackman have left Batwoman, and now we can say the title will at least be in good hands with writer Marc Andreyko (who actually takes over with November’s issue #25). It is still very sad to see Williams and Blackman leave after a spectacular More >
April brings some big surprises to the DC universe, but you wont see much of them on the covers or solicits to this month’s books. DC is bringing gatefold covers (fold out covers that were quite popular about 20 years ago in the comic industry) to each of the New 52 titles, with the hidden half of the cover that will be folded up on the shelf all set to shock and awe the readers. Of course, because of these shocking covers, we only get half of them for now. You’ll also note the solicit descriptions run a little…short. These More >
March has DC putting out a mighty fine collection of new comics, including the start of a brand new series starring everyone’s favorite Hellblazer, John Constantine. Yes, Constantine #1 finally replaced Hellblazer in a controversial move from DC that brings the magical bastard in his own DCU on-going. This month also sees the first official solicit for a non-Gail Simone issue of Batgirl, after this weeks saddening news of her dismissal from the title. But as far as DC events go, we’re seeing the first tales post-Death of the Family in Batman and after H’el on Earth in the Superman More >
DC has just announced their new releases for the new year, and 2013 is looking rather strong. In January, DC will see the conclusion of Death of the Family storyline in the Bat titles and continuation of the Rise of the Third Army event in the Green Lantern books. We’ll also begin to see the final few issues of Before Watchmen and the start of a new Injustice: Gods Among Us comic book tie in to the upcoming video game. January also sees the final issues of Grifter, Legion Lost, Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E., and Blue Beetle. However, Blue Beetle fans need More >
December at DC is packed with some great looking titles all across the New 52 and even beyond. Several series, such as G.I. Combat, will see their final issues before the start of January’s Fourth Wave; Before Watchmen sees two penultimate issues and the wrap up of Nite Owl; and Arrow, Human Bomb, and JSA Liberty Files: The Whistling Skull all premiere this month, bringing some fresh stories by big name talent to DC. This all goes on as Green Lantern’s titles continue the Rise of the Third Army and Batman’s see A Death of The Family. With this much More >
[private]It was so hard not to make a Super 8 reference somewhere in the title to this post.
At any rate, DC offices have been closed this holiday week, but that hasn’t stopped their bloggers from posting previews of the upcoming covers for their many New 52 titles coming out in April. These #8 covers not only look great, many of them give us a hint of things to come (and a sign as to what series are still around). Check them out below.
MISTER TERRIFIC #8 (illustrated by J.G. Jones and colored by Hi-Fi)
CAPTAIN ATOM #8 (by Mike Choi)
THE SAVAGE HAWKMAN More >