Supergirl has a new purpose and a new attitude; she’s determined to discover the truth behind the destruction of her home planet, Krypton, and is willing to go to extreme lengths to find the ones responsible. A new storyline starts here in Supergirl #21 from DC Comics.
Wayne Hall attended the Baltimore Comic Con this past weekend, and shares his experiences at the convention.
Press Release Celebrate the 16th annual Baltimore Comic-Con the weekend of September 25-27, 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Buy your VIP and General Admission Tickets now and avoid ticket lines! Baltimore Comic-Con is privileged to host industry award-winning creators Mark Buckingham, Kevin Maguire, Laura Martin, and Andy Runton.
Press Release The Baltimore Comic-Con is happy to announce the return of J.M. DeMatteis, Keith Giffen,and Kevin Maguire to this year’s show, taking place the weekend of September 8-9, 2013 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Or – “Before The New 52!” With the return of the concept of Earth-2, an alternate Earth with alternate versions of characters we know, we’ve seen a resurgence of Power Girl and the Huntress, both of whom deserve another turn in the spotlight. But, what about the events that brought them to our world? That’s what DC brought us Zero Month for, and your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Chris Burnham arrived early to the panel and was working on a commissioned Deathstroke which he was inking as I took my seat. As he worked on it fellow artist-panelists Kevin Maguire and David Finch arrived. Unlike the other DC panels I attended, this was very casual and unregulated, with questions from the audience being shouted out informally rather than waiting for Ian Sattler to arrive with a microphone. The panel was moderated by Mark Chiarello who asked some great questions of the creators to elicit educational and entertaining responses.
I literally feel that I cannot say enough good things about Batman Confidential at the moment. I picked it up for the first time 5 issues ago, with the beginning of â€˜The Bat & The Catâ€™ storyline (because for nothing else, I love Barbara Gordon) and I honestly wonder if Iâ€™ll be able to put it down again. With this, the final issue in the 5-issue arc, I once again have trouble finding any fault with the book.