Today marks a very special occasion: DC Comics’ publication of the 1000th issue of Action Comics, the monthly series that started it all for Superman, decades ago.
For the better part of a year, DC Comics have been publishing the six-issue mini-series, Dark Nights: Metal. Today, the series comes to a ridiculously epic conclusion.
This week I swung by BMV and picked up two fresh trades from my two favourite super teams: Teen Titans and The X-Men!
Who would win in a battle between Jack the Ripper and Batman? Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola asked that question nearly 30 years ago in their comic book Batman: Gotham by Gaslight. Now, in 2018, the story has been brought to the animated DC Universe.
This week I was inspired by watching season one of Young Justice (which is awesome if you’ve never watched it) with my kids to do an all-DC edition of the column focusing on the post-rebirth version of the DCU.
Speaking of “winter” and “shots”, DC Comics, who have been on a veritable tear recently with a number of fascinating publications (many of which have been featured in this column), is releasing a winter-themed one-shot. Perfect timing.
Hawkman’s been found ‘Hawkman Found #1’ and the last Wednesday Run of 2017.
There’s time! There’s time! You still have time! I know: you’re looking to buy that perfect, mid-priced, comic book collection for a friend or loved one as a gift for … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Comic Book Collections Part 2
It’s the week before the Christmas holiday! Some of you might already be neck-deep in celebrating cultural festivities, but there’s probably ample opportunity for you, regardless of the holiday you … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Comic Book Collections Part 1
Outside, the snow is falling and friends are calling “yoo-hoo!” Come on, it’s lovely weather for a sleigh ride together with you! Well, we’re inching closer to the end-of-year holiday … Continue reading Jingle Your Way To “DC Universe Holiday Special 2017 #1” On The Wednesday Run
“Time keeps on slipping, slipping, slipping, into the future.” That’s what Steve Miller expertly told us, in the 1976 Steve Miller Band mellow release titled “Fly Like An Eagle”. The … Continue reading Tick. Tick. Tick. Goes The “Doomsday Clock #1” On The Wednesday Run
It’s a big weekend for super hero fans, as one of the greatest teams in comic book history comes to life on the big screen. If there’s any justice, it will be a decent film. How will it perform? Here’s our prediction: