• 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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  • 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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  • 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 – January

    DC PUBWATCH – January0

    The biggest DC news this month is the expansion of their Walmart exclusive Giant line. I was in favor of this idea when it was launched, and I am still a fan of getting more comics into more hands cheaply, even if I don’t have a Walmart near me to access them. The line is

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  • The Fine Art of Geeky Adult Colouring Books

    The Fine Art of Geeky Adult Colouring Books0

    One of my fondest childhood memories is colouring with my mom. We had numerous colouring books and those big boxes of Crayola crayons—the ones that came with the built-in sharpener in the box—and we’d sit for hours and just colour. I always tried to emulate the way she’d trace darker lines along the inside edges of

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