Time continues to get thrown around as two mighty titans battle it our for the life or death of Superman. When Grant Morrison gets his hands on a character, he can’t let go, and with this series, it seems to be quite literal.
Batman Incorporated #0 finds Bruce Wayne going on world tour, rounding up vigilantes for his crime-fighting army. Is this a good entry point for a sometimes difficult series? Major Spoilers has the review.
Sometimes people need to explore the world, see what other pastures have to offer, make their own trail, and Grant Morrison is one of those people. The writer is striking off into the waters of creator owned works, and Major Spoilers is here to give you an early review for his newest work, Happy.
DC is still hitting its stride with all the zero issues being released this month, and Action Comics #0 by Grant Morrison and Ben Oliver is here and ready for a Major Spoilers review.
Due to the recent shootings in Aurora, Colorado, DC Comics issued a letter to retailers telling them to hold off selling Batman Inc. #3.
Out of respect for the victims and families in Aurora, Colorado DC Entertainment has made the decision to postpone the release of BATMAN INCORPORATED #3 for one month because the comic contains content that may be perceived as insensitive in light of recent events. We request that retailers do not make this issue available as previously solicited.
The book has been moved to August 22, 2012, but considering many stores may already have the book in hand, it will be interesting to see if the issue will escape into the wild.
Yesterday, news broke that Grant Morrison would be leaving two big titles at DC Comics, and my not write superhero books again.
Nick Sax isn’t what you’d call a “winner.” The anti-hero of the new Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson comic mini-series HAPPY! has been fired from the police force, turned on by his own employees in his murder-for-hire business (well, what would you expect?), is constantly drunk, and is waging a hopeless battle against the agonies of eczema. Sax seems beyond redemption, but saviors often take strange forms, and, in his case, it’s the form of a tiny blue, feathered pony named Happy.
In which Morrison kills Clark Kent…
…FOR REALZ, YO!
Talia al-Ghul has been revealed to be the mysterious Leviathan that Batman has been fighting, and now Bruce and Damian are being targeted by assassins hired by the jilted lover and her organization. Batman Incorporated hasn’t really been seen as a part of the continuity since the relaunch, so everyone wants to know how and where this Second Wave title will fit in.
More After the Jump
Generally, when you see Frank Quitely art, it accompanies Grant Morrison stories. The May 2012 issue of Playboy features Frank Quitely art of Grant Morrison and his take on many of the characters he’s work on over the years.
DC Comics has unveiled the cover to Grant Morrison’s Batman, Incorporated #1.
Grant Morrison has given us his interpretation of the Golden Age Superman, but what happens when he takes on the Silver Age?