I often discuss the “renumbering conundrum,” when comics companies change the numbers of the issues of certain series’ in order to boost sales. Well, we have a lot of “big event” numbered books coming our way soon! Personally, I’m looking forward to them!
Jason Inman and Geoff Johns take a look at the first six pages of the upcoming Doomsday Clock from DC Comics, and Johns breaks down the action in this video from DC Comics.
Yesterday, at New York Comic Con, Lev Grossman, author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Magicians trilogy and former Time Magazine book critic, lead a discussion with Geoff Johns on his ambitious new comic book series DOOMSDAY CLOCK. Johns revealed the first six pages of issue #1 and provided fans with new details about the series where the Watchmen and DC universes will meet for the first time ever.
The Doomsday Clock is coming! The End is Near! What does it mean for the DC Universe? DC Comics has released a promotional cover for Doomsday Clock #1 and word of a big panel at the New York Comic Con.
Yesterday, DC President and Chief Creative Officer, Geoff Johns showed off the new cover for Doomsday Clock #1.
I’ll admit it, I’ve never had high hopes for the Krypton series set to debut on the Syfy network, but a new bit of news coming from the San Diego Comic Con has me all kinds of interested.
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?
Word has been circulating on the Internet recently that DC Comics is going to start an advertising campaign in January, running eleven different commercials on select cable television channels to advertise the trade collections of the first wave of Rebirth books. These include AMC, IFC, TBS, TNT, TruTV, El Rey and Boomerang. Not the most watched of networks, but they don’t have to be. Smart idea, I think. Let me tell you why.