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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 >
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 >
Scott Lobdell made quite the splash in continuity for many Robin fans last Sunday at the San Diego Comic Con. While on panel early Sunday morning for DC’s Young Justice (a unique place to have this discussion), Lobdell began sharing details on September’s upcoming zero issues. When Scott addressed the Teen Titans #0 issue, he mentioned that the comic would mainly focus on Tim Drake. It was then that he declared Tim’s origin has slightly changed, with the young Drake having now never been Robin. In a direct quote from CBR, Scott stated:
“…as it is now Tim goes straight from More >
A little fun with some of our great models from this year’s San Diego Comic Con that we simply had to share. You may recognize Pri, the older Donna Troy, from her Seeu photoshoot earlier this year. Keen eyes might even recognize our Robin and rather tall, younger Donna Troy from con coverage cosplay shoots as well. But keep an eye out in the future for all three models in more con coverage and photoshoots from Speak Geeky To Me. Until then, enjoy our new SDCC 2012 photo coverage by clicking here!
Originally I tried my best to stay away from this story until it was more concrete, beyond an offhanded answer at a convention panel. But unfortunately this small quote has exploded into news stories that are being misinterpreted entirely by non-comic fans, confusing comic fans less familiar with the subject, and leading to outright idiocy in lesser news groups like that of Fox, who claims Superman might be changed into a homosexual character. So before I go any further, let me remind you all that this isn’t 10 years ago when Joe Quesada was joking about Marvel obtaining Superman and making More >
After the April 1st April Fool’s Day prank on Adult Swim, fans of Cartoon Network’s old Toonami programing block have been begging for a serious return of T.O.M. and the anime programming they once were so familiar with. Well, it seems to people of Cartoon Network have heard the fans and agreed, with today’s official announcement that Toonami will be returning to adult swim as of May 26th, this year. That is just a few weeks away until we can all enjoy the third incarnation of T.O.M. introducing a new age of anime to new and old fans alike.
Toonami began back 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 >