Last issue, the legendary Legion team of Keith Giffen and Paul Levitz was reunited, as the entirety of the known universe blew up in the faces of our heroes. Technology no longer works, the team is scattered, isolated (and in one case killed and eaten) while our heroes try to figure out the whos and whys of the disaster that has befallen the U.P. The creative team promised last time that it would get worse, and now we’re about to see how bad it gets. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
The Baltimore Comic-Con is happy to announce the next group of confirmed guest for the 2013 show, taking place the weekend of September 7-8, 2013. Mark Buckingham, Dave Gibbons, Adam Hughes, Paul Levitz, George Perez, Walter Simonson, Louise Simonson, and Allison Sohn will all be attending our 14th Annual show !
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!
The Dominators have captured two Legionnaires, and their rescue squad is, at best, a ragtag affair. At least they have Bouncing Boy, the greatest Legionnaire of them all, but can even his tactical skill save Brainiac 5 and Dream Girl from vivisection? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Since 1939, the Batmobile has been immortalized in nearly every imaginable entertainment medium. Tearing through the streets of Gotham City in pursuit of criminals for more than seven decades, it has remained an iconic crime-fighting vehicle for generations of Batman fans. In Christopher Nolan’s extraordinary film trilogy, it was given breathtaking new life-and incredible capabilities-as the “Tumbler”. Now, in anticipation of The Dark Knight Rises, the epic conclusion to The Dark Knight trilogy,the entire history of the Batman’s trademark ride is captured for the first time in BATMOBILE: The Complete History from Insight Editions.
Power Girl and Huntress are just making their presence known in the DCnU proper after living there for five years. What waves are they going to make? Can they get back home? What is Helena’s last name here? Find some of the answers in the Major Spoilers review after the jump. . .
Worlds’ Finest, a series that ran for 45 years, is back. But it isn’t Superman and Batman gracing the cover, but rather Power Girl and Huntress, heroes from Earth-2 stranded on Main DCU Earth (no seriously, that’s what it’s called), looking for a way home.
I have a somewhat embarrassing admission to make about this Huntress limited series: I didn’t pick it up because of the really unattractive cover to issue #1. There was a hard-edged unpleasantness to it that really worked against me, snarling angrily at me from the stands. It’s kind of a shame, too, because DC promises that this one has a monster at the end of this book a surprise climax that will launch other impressive things…
It must be pretty wonderful to work at Google. All day long you work on things that you love, you try not to do evil, and you get to hear guest lectures from some of the most famous people in the world. Paul Levitz was invited to speak at Google last month to talk about comics and the Legion of Super-Heroes.