Yesterday, DC President and Chief Creative Officer, Geoff Johns showed off the new cover for Doomsday Clock #1.
As we discover that DC is making the Alan Moore creations The Watchmen more and more a part of the DC Universe, frankly, I’m happy, although I’m sure Mr. Moore is not. For more on this subject, check out this link here at MajorSpoilers.com. Many comics fans, some of them here at this site, aren’t all that thrilled with the idea of this taking place. After all, The Watchmen has been a powerful and unique experience for us, and even the Before Watchmen event didn’t quite live up to the series that it was to explore. Well, at least I
Over the weekend, while many of us were hanging out, Geoff Johns dropped a hint of what was to come after the Batman/Flash The Button event. Will the Watchmen finally reveal themselves to the DC Universe?
When I was growing up, I loved 80-page Giants! In those days, these books cost like a quarter and were reprints from 5-10 years earlier. But I hadn’t read them, so I pored over each and every story! It was an adventure into tales I hadn’t read before, but still grew to love. DC Universe: Rebirth #1 is a lot like those wonderful comics. There’s a LOT going on, some of it touching on recent comics stories, others going back into previous DC storylines I enjoy remembering.
Comic publishers today like to tout certain issues as “great jumping-on points.” I’ve never understood that theory, as ANY issue can serve as a jumping-on point if you do it right. Case in point: My first issue of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ game-changing ‘Watchmen’. Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Watchmen #9 awaits! *Today’s Retro Review contains adult themes and language, and partial blue nudity. Reader discretion is advised.*
I often like to say that Grant Morrison is like the little girl who’s great when she’s good, but awful when she’s bad. I’ve loved certain Morrison stories over the years, and I’m into The Multiversity from DC Comics as well right now. However, there was one Morrison tale that really drew me in back when it first arrived here in the States, and that was Zenith. I had to buy them in special editions from 2000 AD, and some were very hard to get! Recently, I discovered that this story was going to be reprinted with access to the
Now that the Before Watchmen event is coming to a close, it’s time to talk about the franchise during the 91st episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast! Gianluca Glazer, Ian Cullen (from scifipulse.net and the host of SFP-NOW on blogtalkradio.com) and I examine the Watchmen phenomenon, starting with the Alan Moore/Dave Gibbons comic before moving on to the 2009 Zack Snyder film, then presenting our opinions prior to the release of Before Watchmen from DC Comics. Then everything wraps up with my look back on the event and what we might expect in the future. Don’t miss our candid discussion of all things Watchmen! Look for the hardcover collections BEFORE WATCHMEN: MINUTEMEN/SILK
Or – “Wrapping Things Up With A Whimper, Rather Than A Bang…” The last issue of this series is, seemingly, the last issue of the mixed bag that is Before Watchmen. It’s a few weeks late, but was it worth the wait? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Last summer, DC kicked off the multiple titles to tell the stories that took place before the seminal Alan Moore work “Watchmen.” Those series are now being collected into delux hardcovers and DC has released the cover art from Chip Kidd’s, which you can see after the jump!
Press Release The original cover art for Watchmen #1 – the issue that began the most influential graphic novel series of the 1980s – is expected to bring $100,000+ as part of Heritage Auctions’ Comics & Comic Art Signature® Auction Feb. 21-22 in New York. The cover art for issues #2 and #3, along with a color cover guide for issue #1, are also featured in the grouping, which comes to auction from The Shamus Modern Masterworks Collection.