During the Wiz World Philly DC Nation Panel, DC EIC Dan Didio gave a bit more news on the upcoming Doc Savage series coming out of the company. Didio then revealed that DC would bring back the classic pulp hero Doc Savage via a monthly series to be written by Brian Azarello (“100 Bullets”) and drawn by Rags Morales. Morales said that the series will bring Savage into the DCU, though it will take place in an alternate universe where he will work and interact alongside such classic characters as Blackhawk and Will Eisner’s The Spirit. The world Savage lives
DC Comics has had a pretty good run these last couple of years beginning with Identity Crisis and running all the through this summer’s Battle for the Cowl.Â But for the life of them, DC rarely beats its biggest competitor when it comes to direct market share.Â Â Â It seems comic book readers are always quick to point out the faults of a company, but rarely offer how they would solve the problem. Here’s your chance to fix the company. So here’s your chance to fix the industry, and here’s how it works: The previous Editor in Chief has been fired,
Man, I knew there was a reason Mark Waid was one of my favorite people.Â In an interview with Ain’t It Cool News, Waid spilled the beans on nearly every company he’s ever worked for. “The biggest challenge [of 52] was actually, wisely, kept from us by [editor] Steve [Wacker]. EIC Dan Didio, who first championed the concept, hated what we were doing. H-A-T-E-D 52. Would storm up and down the halls telling everyone how much he hated it. And Steve, God bless him, kept us out of the loop on that particular drama. [Editor Michael] Siglain, having less seniority,
Or – “Wasn’t There Another Reviewer At Major Spoilers?Â Some Old Dude?” It’s a little known fact that the month of December contains space-time anomalies that keep you from ever completing anything on time.Â Add to that a new paradigm at my office, wherein my team load has doubled and my patience halved, a tendency to want to spend time with my friends around the holidays, a scanner that works about half the time and my recent birthday, and I admit it…Â I may have been neglecting my reviews.Â Still, t’is nobler in the mind to beg forgiveness than it
New York City, November 5, 2008â€” The Daily Bugle is reporting that, despite winning the popular vote, Stephen Colbert did not win the United States Presidency in the Marvel Universe, with Democratic nominee Barack Obama triumphing. When questioned by the media regarding the confusion, Marvel Comics EiC Joe Quesada said, â€œWe completely forgot the Marvel Universe reflects what happens in the real world…Ooops, our bad.â€ More on this story as it develops.
Or – “Personally, I Blame Kirsten Dunst.” So.Â I’ve been making the joke for months now, and I’m officially ready to retire it here and now, after one final telling:Â “Call the Law Firm of Boucher, Likes, McFadden, and Mephisto for all your divorce needs!Â We’ll make it like your marriage never happened!!!”Â Given that current edict from the EIC, it seems a little bit odd that this title even EXISTS anymore, but any attempt to bring younger readers (or, indeed, female readers) onboard is a welcome change of pace.Â Add in a little Terry Moore, and you’ve got my