I often discuss the “renumbering conundrum,” when comics companies change the numbers of the issues of certain series’ in order to boost sales. Well, we have a lot of “big event” numbered books coming our way soon! Personally, I’m looking forward to them!
This spring, Dark Horse Comics is set to publish a historical tale of horror from New York Times best-selling author Peter Tomasi (Batman and Robin, Green Lantern) and artist Ian Bertram (Bowery Boys).
Press Release Join us in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor the weekend of September 25-27, 2015 for the 16th annual Baltimore Comic-Con! Held at the Baltimore Convention Center, we are proud to announce the appearance of legendary DC Comics creators Cliff Chiang, Ramona Fradon, Paul Levitz, and Peter Tomasi.
Or – “Those Klingon Bastards Killed My Son!” The loss of Damian Wayne has been a devastating blow for Batman and his extended family, especially coming immediately after their estrangement thanks to the labyrinthine lunacy of The Joker. Faced with the loss of his son, how far will The Batman go? And is he trying to avenge his boy, or something even more disturbing? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
DC’s zero issues boast that they allow an easy access point for a new reader. That claim is put to the test in Major Spoiler’s review of Green Lantern Corps #0. Will this book leave you wanting more tales of the Lanterns, or is it a tale better left alone? Read on, faithful Spoilerites…
Press Release The Baltimore Comic-Con is excited to welcome the creators of DC Comics’ Batman-line to this year’s show! Neal Adams (Batman: Odyssey), Greg Capullo (Batman), David Finch (Batman: The Dark Knight), Scott Snyder (Batman), and Peter Tomasi (Batman and Robin) will all attending the 13th annual show, taking place the weekend of September 8-9, 2012.
Parents have the tendency to talk about how rebellious their child is. But ask yourself this parents, “Has my child ever ran away to be trained by an assassin who wants to teach him to harness his anger in a more destructive way?” No? I guess you don’t have it that bad then.
All week long DC Comics has been teasing readers with Batman information that is sure to generate a lot of buzz at the San Diego Comic Con, and with the November solicitations just around the corner, now is the best time to share. Looks like Grant Morrison is going to change some of his writing duties for DC as we move into 2011 as it was announced that Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason will become the regular team for the Batman and Robin series starting in November. “I’m incredibly excited to be working on BATMAN AND ROBIN! I mean who