• DC PUBWATCH – October 2019 Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – October 2019 Edition0

    The biggest news in this month’s DC Pubwatch came out of New York Comic Con, the last big show of con season. For DC Universe news, Dan DiDio and Jim Lee revealed a “cohesive” timeline for the universe, which included Wonder Woman being the first superhero. We’ll find more about the timeline in coming months,

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  • Look! Up in the Sky! Superman Smashes the Klan!

    Look! Up in the Sky! Superman Smashes the Klan!0

    Superman Smashes the Klan: Part One Kyle Baker (variant cover artist), Janice Chiang (letterer), Gurihiru (interior and main cover artists), Gene Luen Yang (writer) DC Comics October 16th, 2019 Set in 1946, Gene Luen Yang, Gurihiru, and Janice Chiang’s Superman Smashes the Klan is a loose adaptation of the sixteen-episode “Clan of the Fiery Cross”

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  • DC PUBWATCH – September 2019 Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – September 2019 Edition1

    The biggest news of this month’s DC Pubwatch is the further expansion of the Black Label line with another addition to Frank Miller’s Dark Knight canon (why?!), and Daniel Warren Johnson’s Wonder Woman: Dead Earth. We also got news of James Tynion IV’s “Year of the Villain” spin-off tied to the Infected and the Batman

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  • DC PUBWATCH – August 2019 Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – August 2019 Edition1

    The only big news of this month’s DC Pubwatch is that G. Willow Wilson is leaving Wonder Woman with October’s issue #81, giving us four more issues under her pen. Set to replace her for at least a six issue arc is Steve Orlando, who wrote issues #51-55 of the series before Wilson came on.

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  • Comics and Kink: The Erotica Side Hustle of Superman Co-Creator Joe Shuster

    Comics and Kink: The Erotica Side Hustle of Superman Co-Creator Joe Shuster0

    The starving artist is one of the most curiously enduring cultural images of the last four centuries or so. Its Romantic origins established a sense of noble prestige to the cycle of poverty, sacrifice, and professional obscurity in which many artists found themselves in the pursuit of a career. These days, there’s more scorn behind

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  • DC PUBWATCH SDCC 2019 (and July) Edition

    DC PUBWATCH SDCC 2019 (and July) Edition0

    Greetings from the other side of San Diego Comic-Con! Oddly enough, most of the bigger news for this month’s DC Pubwatch came before SDCC, and unlike last year there were no big new series announced at any of the DC panels this year. Only Strange Adventures by Tom King, Mitch Gerads, and Doc Shaner got

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