This week, Major Spoilerite Silvergray asks the all important question, “Who wins in a screaming match?”
You know Artgerm as Stanley Lau, who regularly has his work featured by major comic publishers. Today, we take a look back at a wishful piece of Black Canary art he did in 2013.
When they were first introduced many were against the Bishoujo statues from Kotobukiya. Now it seems fans can’t get enough of them. The latest is Black Canary, and it is part of the DC Comics Bishoujo statues line.
Coming soon to a comics shop near you – Batgirl #40, the last issue before DC begins their Convergence event! Here’s the description: “A decision Barbara made during her darkest days in Gotham City returns to haunt her! What was it? And how does it tie into the evil impostor Batgirl? Find out here!” To celebrate, I have a very special interview with Babs Tarr, artist and collaborator on Batgirl! We chat about what process she went through to be chosen for this gig, what it’s like to be a woman comics creator and also a woman comics reader, and
A couple of weeks back, I talked about the struggles retailers were having when ordering the books they would be selling. That included DC’s Convergence, two months in which titles would appear that might exist only during that time. Well, as reported right here at MajorSpoilers.com, DC announced on Friday how they’re going to proceed after the Convergence event.
If you’ve been watching the CW’s Arrow series, you know that Laurel Lance has been slowly transforming herself into Black Canary. The network released the first official photo of Katie Cassidy in her full Black Canary garb, and it looks good.
Batgirl #35 heralds a new creative team, a new costume, new neighbourhood and a huge tonal shift. Batgirl #35 heralds a new creative team, a new costume, new neighbourhood and a huge tonal shift. BATGIRL #35 Writers: Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher Artist: Babs Tarr Breakdowns: Cameron Stewart Colourist: Maris Wicks Letterer: Jared K. Fletcher Editor: Chris Conroy Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: $2.99 Previously in Batgirl #34: After issues and issues of dark, gritty Batgirl by Gail Simone DC tosses a new creative team into the mix and we get a selfie cover! A GREAT BIG TONAL