Dynamite is proud to announce that the acclaimed Joseph Michael Linsner will, for the first time ever, launch a crossover event sharing the spotlight between his beloved creator-owned heroine Dawn and the comic book horror icon Vampirella. Dedicated fans of the two femme fatales can enjoy the six-issue Dawn / Vampirella series when it debuts in early 2014, featuring a whimsical script and breathtaking covers by Linsner himself.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Dawn: Not to Touch the Earth, Haunt #9, Image Firsts: Liberty Meadows #1, Shadowhawk #4, and Whatever Happened to Baron Von Shock? #4. All these titles arrive in stores this week.
After their appearance in 52, the Great Ten have been scarce, showing up occasionally in Checkmate, but otherwise keeping their hero antics in their home country.Â In November DC Comics will release a 10-issue mini-series putting the Great Ten in the spotlight.
Take the jump for the full, spectacular cover by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau and more info on the series.
With H.A.M.M.E.R. Agents swarming the gates of the Baxter Building, the Fantastic Four get sucked into Marvel’s Dark Reign event.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Dark Reign: Fantastic Four #1 written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Sean Chen.
We are now well within the time period between when Batman disappeared, and the time when he will rise once again to strike fear in the hearts of the wicked and the vile.Â Who will fill those shoes is yet to be revealed, yet until the dawn of the Big Cowling as it will be called (I got nothinâ€™), DC still has comics to sell.Â The last time we saw Paul Dini writing Batman, he was wrapping up his Heart of Hush story line.Â The ending saw Thomas Elliot penniless, and wander the streets of Gotham.Â Howâ€™s he going to rise and become a major player once again?Â Detective Comics #852 reveals the first part of his plan.
I really don’t know what to think about trailers for comic books that companies put out.Â Â On the one hand, I dig what people are doing with After Effects and 3D packages – something I’m very familiar with – but on the other, it’s a trailer…for a comic book… without a lot (if any) animation.
Devil’s Due Publishing has released its trailer for the upcoming Dawn of the Dread Force for you to check out.