The road to storytelling diversity is a long and winding one, and even with the Ms. Marvels, Statics and Kevin Kellers we have, there’s still a lot of ground to cover. Of course, that doesn’t mean that the history of comics is entirely devoid of progress. Welcome to Ten Things!
Who doesn’t love a well produced fan film? As long as it isn’t making money, the publishers turn a blind eye, which means we can get some of the craziest crossovers ever made. Take, for example, Ash vs Lobo and the DC Dead, which bits everyone’s favorite Deadite killer, Ashley Williams, taking on…. Lobo and the DC Dead… duh, it’s right there in the title.
With some of DC Comics’ December solicitations already out in the wild, Comic Book Resources has “learned” that the publisher plans on canceling five titles in December.
The adventures of the Main Man continue in the next installment of LOBO. Having found that his next target is based on Earth in order to wipe out all life on it, Lobo is saddled up with some local partners. Problem is, a Lobo works alone. Dare we say that we smell a sitcom is in the making? Your review is here!
Though the week ended on a major holiday, and Dragon Con took the attention of many, there’s still a lot to talk about in all the stories that hit the web this past week.
Lobo is getting a redesign for Villains Month in the New52. The new design, by artist Kenneth Rocafort, was revealed on DC’s “What’s New in the New 52?” column on their blog. We’ve got the new look after the jump, as well as a few alternates to see where Lobo could have gone.