IT’S A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE! Rand is back to share his fond memories of decades of comic collecting and reading in this month’s Random Access Memory. Author’s Note: Random Access Memory is me looking back at the specific comics that shaped my life. Each month I go back in time – in five year intervals – to examine key comics that came out those months. (The idea is that after five years of monthly columns, I will have covered an entire lifetime – in this case, fifty years – of reading comics.) I also list all the comics I read that
John Constantine is back in the title that launched the character . He’s back in London, driving around with Chas, and making more enemies than you can shake a cross at. An average day for good ‘ol Constantine. Do Simon Oliver and Moritat deliver on the return of one of the old Vertigo books to the new DCU? Your Major Spoilers review The Hellblazer: Rebirth #1 has the answers.
[WonderCon] DC Comics and DC All Access give early reveals including first pages from Dark Night: A True Batman Story
DC Entertainment’s first panel at WonderCon (hosted by Jason Inman) gave fans a behind the scenes look at DC All Access, upcoming projects from Vertigo, and that giant LEGO Bat Signal on display on the show.
The best hero of DC Comics Vertigo, the Hellblazer himself, John Constantine has a brand new TV show. So that makes it a perfect time to peer through the layers of Hell to learn just where this tosser came from. So sit back and enjoy as Ashley and Jason begin their lesson. You might learn something. Enter your Mind University!
Or – “I’ve Been Putting Off Reading This One…” I’ve been readin’ comics for a very long time. Titles have come and gone, characters and universes swirling down the drain month after month, but Hellblazer has remained. Since The Reagan Administration, I’ve been picking up every issue of this book (even the really awful ones) and I find the concept of a world without Hellblazer to be one that’s somehow a sadder place. Still, time is an illusion, so they say, and lunchtime doubly so, and there’s no reason to dilly-dally any longer. The end of one of my personal