James Robinson will no longer be writing Earth 2 after issue #16. He announced the leave on Twitter yesterday, along with an announcement of his full departure from DC’s writing stable. His words exactly.
So as of today I am leaving Earth 2 with Issue #16. It’s been a blast. Man, it’s a lovely day. Think I’ll take Rex to the beach.
Yes, this also means I’m no longer working at DC Comics. Best wishes and regards to Dan, Geoff and everyone.
Personally, I was thoroughly enjoying Earth 2 and am sad to see him go, but this at least feels a bit more amicable than most of the recent DC partings. Issue #16 will be in stores in October.
A new Scribblenauts game is coming out this fall, and since Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is making it, and interesting new feature will be added, the DC Universe. Take the jump for the official trailer and a bit more info.
Or – “The Title That Embodied What I Find Wrong With The Post-Flashpoint DCU.”
When this book debuted, I had a moment of interest upon hearing that it would be relaunching parts of the New Teen Titans with parts of Gen 13, two books that were occasionally awesome in their original incarnations. Things quickly turned sour for me, for a number of reasons (many related to Howard Mackie) and I dropped the book before issue #4. Will this final issue satisfactorily wrap things up with a big ol’ bow? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Change is inevitable, say the sooth-sayers, but I’m still a little bummed to see another of my favorite DC New 52 titles go the way of the Skateman. Will Andrew Bennett go out with a bang or a whimper? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “Say What You Will About WTF Month, But That Cover Is SERIOUSLY Goofy-Looking…”
When the New 52 kicked off, I was happy to hear that they had an anthology title in the mix, allowing us to see characters other than Superman, Batman and Catwoman once in a while. Now, the grand experiment comes to an end and the cover promises a crossover between the present-day Justice League and Sword and Sorcery’s Beowulf. What’s the deal with all that, you ask (assuming you’re Jerry Seinfeld?) Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “It’s Always Darkest Before It Turns Pitch Black.”
After the (perhaps overly) shocking turn of events last issue, the Legion of Super-Heroes may be on their last legs. What more can befall our poor 31st Century heroes? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Now that we know Nathan Fillion and Kevin Conroy will be lending their voices to the latest DC animated feature film Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox the case cover art along with the bonus features included have been announced!
A few days back Warner Bros and DC announced the next film in their animated feature line with Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox. At the time of the announcement only part of the voice cast had been announced but now all the actors have been revealed.