The DC Comics Bombshells idea seems to have been secret success for the publisher, and now with statues, posters, and comics out there, DC wants to help you with your cosplay.
This week, you’ll enjoy the return of Jeremy Haun, probably best known for his work on DC’s Constantine and Batwoman as well as the Bad Karma volume! Jeremy’s in the middle of a Kickstarter project called Dino Day Art Book. This excellent volume started out as a way for Mr. Haun to share his work with his young sons, who both love dinosaurs. Each Wednesday on his blog, Jeremy posted a new dinosaur illustration. Now, the entire year’s artwork is being collected into a hardcover volume you can only obtain by supporting this project. To contribute, be sure to go
Did you pick up Constantine #18 at your local comics shops this Wednesday? If so, you’ll enjoy my interview with Jeremy Haun, the new artist on the title, tremendously! If not, you’ll still have a great time listening! We discuss how he landed this assignment as well as what it’s like to be working on a comic that has a television show based on it! He also reflects on his time working on Batwoman and talks about Bad Karma, a great anthology project he’s been putting together with friends. Everything wraps up when he updates us on other projects he’s
The future ain’t what it used to be, which is a good thing for Kate Kane, the Batwoman of Gotham City. Now that she’s been turned into a member of the flapping undead, who can stop her bloody reign? Your Major Spoilers review of Batwoman: Futures End #1 awaits! The future ain’t what it used to be, which is a good thing for Kate Kane, the Batwoman of Gotham City. Now that she’s been turned into a member of the flapping undead, who can stop her bloody reign? Your Major Spoilers review of Batwoman: Futures End #1 awaits! BATWOMAN: FUTURES END #1
Last October, Batwoman found herself going head-to-head with the Dark Knight himself under the command of Mister Bones of the DEO. What actually happened to end that arc? The story can finally be told! Your Major Spoilers review of Batwoman Annual #1 awaits!
I’m going to be honest: When J.H. Williams left Batwoman, I initially left with him. But lately, I’ve been wondering where Kate Kane is in the greater scheme of the New 52, and decided to check in on our mighty Batwoman to catch up, just in time for Zero Year… Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Authors J.H. Williams and W. Haden Blackman will leave the title after the upcoming 26th issue. This is another of those DC editing decisions that has been causing the creators to leave the company lately, but this one has more going on. Williams and Blackman stated via Willaims blog. “In recent months, DC has asked us to alter or completely discard many long-standing storylines in ways that we feel compromise the character and the series. We were told to ditch plans for Killer Croc’s origins; forced to drastically alter the original ending of our current arc, which would have defined
Strange mythic things are afoot in Gotham as Ceto, mother of monsters, has risen from her watery grave. Will Batwoman and Wonder Woman be able to stitch together this tear in the fabric of reality or has the end finally come to Gotham? Should you be worried? Major Spoilers has your review!
Or – “The Immediacy Of First-Person Dialogue…” I am saddened to say that, of all the comics I’m behind reading, I’m probably furthest behind on Batwoman. The last thing I remember reading was issue #4, and then there’s a huge blur. I looked up from that comic in a brand-new year, and suddenly it’s nearly October. Will Batwoman still hold the same power after a prolonged absence? There’s only one way to find out, as your Major Spoilers review awaits!