Or – “Donnie Brasco Syndrome…” …is a terrible, terrible disease (which I’ve just made up) describing the tendency of an undercover character to get too involved in the lives of those with whom he is covering under (not to be confused with “Donnie Darko Syndrome,” which is characterized by talking to giant zombie rabbits) and an inability to act in one’s own best interest.Â Inspector Hugh Campbell, our very own Wee Hughie, has infiltrated the G-Men, but doesn’t yet realize that he’s in too deep, and the water ain’t gettin’ any shallower… Â
Marvel has unveiled the variant covers to the 500th issue of the Uncanny X-Men.Â This landmark issue is extra-sized and introduces the new writing team of Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction with art by Greg Land and Terry Dodson.
DC Comics announced the creative team of Gail Simone, Terry and Rachel Dodson will not debut, as intended, with Wonder Woman #13, but instead will kick off their run starting with Wonder Woman #14. Instead, WONDER WOMAN #13 will feature a story by J. Torres with art by Julian Lopez & Bit and a cover by Terry Dodson & Rachel Dodson. In this issue, the war with the Amazons may be over, but the wounds haven’t even begun to heal. Wonder Woman has her hands full with anti-Amazon sentiment in America, much of it targeted toward Wonder Girl! When it
Oh man, if a delayed Wonder Woman #5 wasn’t enough, DC Comics has announced the issue will have a brand new story when it hits stores March 14. Here’s how DC Comics describes the issue: Wonder Woman learns that a new women’s movement has begun, inspired by her killing of Max Lord – and leaving Diana torn between the good intentions of the movement and the validation it gives her violent act. Worse yet, she’s ordered to investigate a possible connection between Wonder Woman and this movement by Sarge Steel and the department of Metahuman Affairs! The story is written