Continuing with the DC Universe’s Futures End one-shots, we take a look at how Aquaman is faring five years into the future. Has he finally brought peace, justice, and open-mindedness to the Atlanteans? Or do they still hate all-things surface-dweller? We’re betting it’s the latter. Continuing with the DC Universe’s Futures End one-shots, we take a look at how Aquaman is faring five years into the future. Has he finally brought peace, justice, and open-mindedness to the Atlanteans? Or do they still hate all-things surface-dweller? We’re betting it’s the latter. AQUAMAN: FUTURE’S END #1 Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Alvaro Martinez
In Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #4 the mini heroes take to Atlantis by way of a Lagoon to discover a treehouse that Aqualad and Lagoon Boy know is hidden there. In Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #4 the mini heroes take to Atlantis by way of a Lagoon to discover a treehouse that Aqualad and Lagoon Boy know is hidden there. TINY TITANS: RETURN TO THE TREEHOUSE #4 Writers: Art Baltazar and Franco Artist: Art Baltazar Editor: Alex Antone Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: $2.99 UNDER THE SEA The quest for the treehouse
The release of Guardians of the Galaxy, and the subsequent success of a bunch of D-lister character, has us wondering how recognizable characters are. When it comes to sub-A-list characters, there are a number characters that come to mind, and while we may recognize those names instantly, what about the general public? VOTE
This week, I have a great conversation with Michael Jan Friedman, an accomplished comics writer who has moved into creating prose books. He has a new Kickstarter project for his latest Young Adult novel called I Am The Salamander. We talk about the book as well as digital comics and the popular reboot trend. You can find out more and contribute to the creation of I Am The Salamander at this link. Also, you can find many of his other works at the Crazy8Press website. Then everything wraps up with the latest “News & Previews!” Don’t miss it! http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/wcomics105.mp3 Direct
The panels are getting in the swing on the first day of San Diego Comic Con 2013 and the DC All Access Panel has just wrapped up. Many comics were discussed and we have a load of never before seen art work ready for you to view after the jump.
Serving as an epilogue to the “Throne of Atlantis” crossover with Justice League, this issue of Aquaman gives readers a new start and promises to move our hero into a new direction. What’s the verdict on this nautical adventure? Take the jump and check the Major Spoilers review of Aquaman #17…
He is the master of sea creatures and a member of the Justice League; a hero caught between the surface world and his ocean world of Atlantis. Unfortunately for Aquaman, he is also the butt of many superhero jokes in mainstream media, ranging from Family Guy to Robot Chicken (he needs to be near water for him to be useful, apparently). With the new 52, Geoff Johns had the daunting task of making Aquaman relevant. After a year and a half, he has succeeded so far. Now, this title and Justice League crossover to face off against Aquaman’s half-brother, Ocean
After a year and a half as a team since the 52 reboot, their roster has not changed. Besides Hal Jordan a.k.a. Green Lantern leaving the team, their core has consisted of a six member team: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Aquaman, and Flash. However, with promotions for a new Justice League (of America) from DC Comics, change seems to be coming very soon.
Two men, enter, one man leaves, it’s the slug fest you’ve always thought about, but never had the time to voice your opinion on… until now! FIGHT!
Statue company Kotobukiya has been rolling out a new statue the last few months representing a character from DC’s New 52. Kotobukiya has already announced Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Superman, and the Flash and now they have added a hero who has found more respect since the relaunch, Aquaman. Check out the pictures after the jump.