One of the few things I dislike about DC’s Rebirth is that it’s tough to sometimes know which issue is which Matthew Peterson has already reviewed Batwoman Rebirth #1, so that may make this issue “Rebirth Batwoman #1.” Augh! No matter what you call it, it’s good to have Kate Kane back in the black and red.
On Friday, another dream of mine was announced as coming true! Marvel (and if it’s successful, other companies will follow suit) is going to start advertising in movie theaters as well as on TV, as seen in this news item here at MajorSpoilers.com! I mean, I know so many fans who have been longing for this to take place! It really came into focus with a lot of us with the first Iron Man film from Marvel Studios. Why not point out you can buy comics about this character at the same time?
When you’ve been around as many local comics shops as I have, you come to dread hearing the folks who work there say certain things. Now, I appreciate all these folks do for me and other fans, but sometimes you just have to cringe when they make their customers unhappy, to say the least.
The premise on this comic is a simple and compelling one: What would you do if you knew you couldn’t die? The premise on this comic is a simple and compelling one: What would you do if you knew you couldn’t die? THE OLD GUARD #1 Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: Leandro Fernandez Published by: Image Comics Cover price: $2.99 Previously in THE OLD GUARD: Eisner-winning writer GREG RUCKA (LAZARUS, BLACK MAGICK, WONDER WOMAN) and critically acclaimed artist LEANDRO FERNANDEZ (THE DISCIPLINE, Deadpool, Punisher: MAX) team up together to introduce THE OLD GUARD, the story of old soldiers who never die… and yet cannot