Recently, I asked my 13-year-old what DC Comics character she wanted to know more about, and her response was “Aquaman is bad, but Aqualad is really a chump!” Such an insult cannot be allowed to stand, and now it’s time to drop some learnin’… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Adventure Comics #269 awaits!
While Kotobukiya has a lot of pretty female superhero statues, the company has unveiled a new statue of Jonathan Kent that is incredibly awesome.
Next week, Action Comics #3 arrives in comic book stores, and it features the last days of the planet Krypton. It also features a variant cover by Gene Ha that gives us our first look at the new Krypto.
If you took a gander at Action Comics #2, you saw that Superman was shown a dessicated alien animal that looked it had been through at least one autopsy. While it didn’t hit me as something super important at the time, that dead animal could be Krypto. While we need to wait until issue #3 to see Krypto in his full glory, according to panelists at the New York Comic Con, Jor-El’s dog didn’t survive the journey to Earth. via Bleeding Cool
Spinning out of the events of Infinite Crisis… Wait a minute. Wasn’t that from like, five years ago? Yes, faithful Spoilerites, DC Comics is finally telling the tale of what Krypto the super-dog was up to during Infinite Crisis. Take the jump and see if a story that languished in limbo for half a decade earns a spot in your read pile…
The Superman Man of Tomorrow panel was the first presentation from DC, and featured Senior Editor Matt Idelson, Superman writer James Robinson and artist Renato Guedes, Action Comics’ Geoff Johns and artist Joe Prado, artist Jamal Igle and writer Sterling Gates from Supergirl.