• DC PUBWATCH – May 2019 Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – May 2019 Edition0

    This month’s big DC news is bittersweet for your trusty DC Pubwatcher. Tom King is leaving the Batman title at the end of the year with issue #85. This means that King’s Batman run will clock in at 81 issues, 3 annuals, and a story from the Secret Files issue. This leaves it short of

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  • WWACommendations: Let’s Play, Spider-Woman, Spectacle, Servant & Lord

    WWACommendations: Let’s Play, Spider-Woman, Spectacle, Servant & Lord0

    Happy April! What comics have you been reading lately? Every month, WWAC contributors share some of the comics we’ve read recently that we especially enjoyed. Is there a comic you’re reading that you wish more people would check out? Let us know on Twitter! Wendy Browne: I know nothing about Jessica Drew, but I trust

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  • DC PUBWATCH – March 2019 and Emerald City Comic Con

    DC PUBWATCH – March 2019 and Emerald City Comic Con0

    For the news this month, it’s something a little different. I was privileged enough to attend this month’s Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, Washington, and spent a weekend attending the various DC Comics related panels and live interviews with SyFy. I’m going to give you a brief rundown of those four panels and interviews.

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  • DC PUBWATCH – February 2019

    DC PUBWATCH – February 20190

    The biggest news this month came from the annual Comics Pro conference held right before convention season kicks off. Dan DiDio was there to talk about the company’s future. Among things talked about were the rumor of a massive cutback of the publishing line, and DiDio confirmed that it was true, but the cuts have

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  • DC PUBWATCH – December

    DC PUBWATCH – December0

    It wasn’t a great month for DC Comics in the news. The biggest news of the month was the cancellation of Border Town after allegations of sexual harassment and assault came out about Eric M. Esquivel. Both colorist Tamra Bonvillain and artist Ramon Villalobos released statements stepping away from the book, and days later DC

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  • DC PUBWATCH – October Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – October Edition0

    The biggest news this month came out of New York Comic Con, where Brian Michael Bendis announced his new imprint “Wonder Comics.” The imprint is focused on the teenage heroes of the DC Universe, and headlining that announcement was the returns of Bart Allen, Tim Drake, Cassie Sandsmark, and Conner Kent as an updated Young

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