SDCC14 – DC’s Heading to Multiversity this Fall


It’s been in the works for more than 6 years,  and now finally Grant Morrison’s limited series exploring DC’s extended continuity, The Multiversity will be heading to your local comic shops this fall. Fans got their first look at DC’s panel for the event. On hand was the Scottish mastermind behind it all, Morrison along with artist Cameron Stewart, and editor Eddie Berganza.  There they gave those on hand the first glimpse of the event that has been in development since the end of DC’s weekly series, 52, back in 2007. “I actually started this thing right after ’52’ ended.“ Morrison told … Continue reading

DC New 52 – One Year Later

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So, it’s been a year since DC Comics rolled the dice and rebooted their entire universe.  Now no matter what your opinion of the move, you can not argue with the results, from a business stand point.  DC sales are up. But after a year, what does DC have to show for itself?  What has worked?  What hasn’t?  What  books rocked, what books didn’t quite measure up? What were the surprise hits?  and where did DC just blow it? Let’s go back, shall we?  to the first week of September 2011, DC had just ended their latest Geoff Johns penned … Continue reading

5 Things I am Looking Forward to in the DCnU (and Few Things I’m Not)


So if you didn’t know today is the last day of the DC Comics line as it’s pretty much existed since 1986 (or 1994, or 2005, depending on your opinion) as the DCU relaunch (don’t call it a reboot!) begins today with JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 hitting stores (with many shops having midnight launch sales.) I am going with 1986, the end of the original Crisis on Infinite Earths, since most of the major DC characters origins are traced back to the versions that came out of that, and while there have been additions and revsions, those were, until this week, … Continue reading

Exile on… The Read of the Week – 11/18/09

FLASH:Rebirth #5 (of 6) Story: Geoff Johns Art: Ethan Van Sciver Cover:Ethan Van Sciver Publisher: DC Geoff Johns has single handedly started the Second Silver Age of Comics. First he brought back Green Lantern. After that he restored the Teen Titans to their highest popularity in years. Then he brought back the DC Multiverse. Now he has completed his work by succeeded in bringing back Barry Allen, the Flash. The Flash Rebirth, is just latest in a string of hits penned by the Spike TV Best Comics Writer Scream Award. winner. Geoff and artist Scott Kollins run on Wally West’s … Continue reading