Or – “Oliver Queen, Oliver Queen, Doing Some Things And Being Quite Keen!” After several months of traipsing about the newly-created White Lantern Forest (not to be confused with the White Cliffs of Cover), Oliver “Green Arrow” Queen was shot in the head by an unknown assailant with a bow. How in the world is he not dead? (Here’s a hint: The book isn’t called “Unknown Assailant With A Bow.”)
Today at the DC blog, the company unveiled the collect and connect covers to Brightest Day. The main character art is by Ryan Sook and when you look at everything joined, mysterious things begin to happen.
Or – “Okay, One More GL Title And We’ve Reached Spider-Man Level Saturation…” There’s a whole lot shakin’ in the cosmic portions of the DC Universe lately, what with the strange corpses who stopped living and became mixed-up cosmic zombies, the rewriting of the books of Oa, half a dozen new Corps to compete with the Guardians boys in green, and pretty much life, death and the whole cosmic enchilada flying back and forth. During all of this, Guy Gardner and Guardian Ganthet have made an unspecified deal with a particular devil, in the hopes of protecting the universe at
We posted the Ivan Reis black and white version of this image yesterday, and today The Source releases the image color. Now is the time to really see what is going to happen over the next year, and as I mentioned yesterday, it looks like many of the things undone, retconned, and redone in Blackest Night/Brightest Day may be going through a major change. via The Source
Or – “And Seriously, Don’t Even Get Me Started On All The Buckys!” Day two of the Major Spoilers Star-Spangled Weekend™, I’m freshly sunburnt from swimming, but still Ready, Willing and Able (Attorneys At Law?) to go over some of the high-points of last month’s comic book output. The Justice League of America, all-American Tony Stark and the styling of verdant Lanterns and Hornets take center stage as our Rapid-Fire Reviews continue!
Or – ” ‘Geddoverit’ Isn’t Just A City In Iceland…” In the world of comics, it’s pretty common to hear fans like me upset for YEARS about a perceived slight or mishandling of a beloved character. But, in the spirit of the Brightest Day (Not that we have much explanation of what that spirit or even what the Brightest Day itself is… Bygones.) I’ve decided to stop whining and embrace the return of Barry Allen’s buzzcut and tie to the role of Flash. After all, at least Wally West wasn’t murdered on panel just to make sure that Barry’s brand
Following the announcements that NECA and WizKids were venturing into the realm of Blackest Night for its DC HeroClix line, the companies are now donning their shades for Brightest Day, with announcements of Aquaman and Osiris figures. The DC HeroClix Brightest Day Action Pack, available October 2010, is the follow-up product to the highly acclaimed DC HeroClix BlackestNightStarter Game. Tying in with DC Comics hit Brightest Day year-long series, the DC HeroClix Brightest Day Action Pack includes seven highly detailed HeroClix 3D figures ripped directly from the pages of the Brightest Day comic, plus an all-new, double-sided HeroClix map. via
There’s been a lot of speculation and discussion about the brand new Aqualad that will show up in Brightest Day #10, and now that discussion has reached a fever pitch on many message boards and forums, DC Comics has released more information about Jackson Hyde – Aqualad.