Posts tagged Jeff Lemire
DC has some final issues set to come out this August along with some special one-shots. Continuing DC’s big summer event of the Trinity War, there is a Trinity War Directors Cut special which features Geoff John’s script and Ivan Reis’ penciles. You can also look forward to the huge Batman Inc Special with its solicit directly below. Sadly a few titles are on their final issue, so fans will have to say goodbye to great series like Legion of Super-heroes, Demon Knights, Dial H, and Threshold. Hopefully this means there will be some awesome new titles in September, but More >
The major comic companies put out enough comics that sometimes it can leave your head spinning and eyes bleeding as you search the new titles each week for something worth reading. To aid in your Geeky endeavors, Speak Geeky To Me on occasion reviews new titles from the major companies to spotlight the best and worst of what’s available at your local comic shop. So sit back, relax, and enjoy a new Comic Review.
Title: Constantine #1
Writer: Ray Fawkes (Batgirl, Justice League Dark) & Jeff Lemire (Swamp Thing, Sweet Tooth)
Artist: Renato Guedes (Wolverine, Superman)
Colorist: Marcelo Maiolo (Demon Knights, More >
Friday Quick Caption is a weekly update of quick links and blurbs from the world of entertainment news. Expect your fast pace, A.D.D. dose of movie trailers, comic news, celebrity updates, and video game announcement from throughout the week.
A quick reminder before we get into this week’s FQC. I know we’re all Geeks here, and thusly we often have a ton of things running through our mind. Because of this, sometimes we forget little things, such as to thank our mothers for (hopefully) supporting our Geeky interests. Well, remember that this Sunday, May 13th, is Mother’s Day in many parts More >
The Eisner Awards are a long running comic industry award series that has been held at the San Diego Comic Con International since 1990. The awards are named after the late and great Will Eisner, father of the graphic novel, and took over where the Kirby Awards left off in 1987. These awards are given to some of the greatest comics and creators each year, honoring their significant contribution to the sequential art form. This year the award show has a great and well rounded list of judges and nominees you can find out more about here. But I’m sure More >
Throughout this week DC comics have been dropping details about their upcoming new annuals. It has been a few years since last DC put out any comic annuals, but they don’t seem to have forgotten what makes them great. So far the company has announced 3 separate annuals, each of them coming out in May, oversized, and generally connecting themselves to a larger part of the DC universe.
The Batman annual will contain a story written by Scott Snyder (Batman, Swamp Thing) and James Tynion IV, featuring art by Jay Fabok (Soulfire, Superman/Batman). The story will crossover into the More >
DC Comics has dropped quite a few little news tidbits this week, between new video games, annuals, etc. However, not all of it was big enough to deserve its own blog update. So today we have collected a series of new facts, photos, and details of recent DC announcements.
First off, today at ComicsPro in Dallas, TX it was announced that the DC comics Free Comic Book Day issue would feature a 4-page gatefold spread of the Justice League by Jim Lee. This likely to be amazing piece of art will be part of a new story written by Geoff Johns.
DC More >