• Heroes in Crisis: Just More Tragedy Porn

    Heroes in Crisis: Just More Tragedy Porn1

    Heroes In Crisis #1 Tom King (writer), Clay Mann (artist), Tomeu Morey (colors), Clayton Cowles (letters), Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey (cover), J.G. Jones and Paul Mounts, Francesco Mattina, Mark Brooks, Ryan Sook (variant covers) DC Comics September 26, 2018 Spoilers below for Heroes In Crisis #1. When Heroes In Crisis was announced, I was

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  • DC PUBWATCH: the Solicitation Situation

    DC PUBWATCH: the Solicitation Situation0

    So, I’ve been behind on getting you guys Rebirth Roundups, and I apologize on that front. I’ll be coming back soon, with a slightly revised format, but for now I want to talk about all the big changes coming in June from DC Comics. Lots of titles are changing hands, and most for the better.

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  • Rebirth Roundup: Everything from October 4th

    Rebirth Roundup: Everything from October 4th0

    This week we have an abundance of Batman, with four issues devoted to the Dark Knight. We have the ending of All-Star Batman and the beginning of Batman: White Knight. “The War of Jokes and Riddles” reaches it’s long awaited conclusion, and Selina finally gives Bruce an answer.  That’s the biggest spoiler of the week,

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  • Rebirth Round Up: Everything From September 20

    Rebirth Round Up: Everything From September 200

    In this installment of Rebirth Roundup we have a couple cases of beautiful lettering, a fundamental misunderstanding of a team sport, and our favorite Amazon meeting one of our favorite barbarians. Rebirth Royalty this week goes to Batman: The Red Death, in a book that gives us the origin of our first Dark Knight. Read

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  • 52 Facts About DC, By The Numbers: July 19, 2017

    52 Facts About DC, By The Numbers: July 19, 20170

    Or However Many I Feel Like, And Some Might Not Be Facts Hi! I’m Annie Blitzen, and I’ll be doing a weekly round-up of about half of that week’s DC Comics. Corinne McCreery will be covering the other half. It’s a lot of books to cover, so I’ll be breaking down the first five pages

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  • Triangulating Looks: Fashion, Beauty, & Style in Comics

    Triangulating Looks: Fashion, Beauty, & Style in Comics0

    Editor’s note: Sequential Sartorial was a column about the use of personal style to express character and context in comic book narratives. It was one I felt strongly about, but wasn’t one I managed to keep up. It was too easy to go negative, and too time-intensive to find really great examples of really communicative comic

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