Time continues to get thrown around as two mighty titans battle it our for the life or death of Superman. When Grant Morrison gets his hands on a character, he can’t let go, and with this series, it seems to be quite literal.
One year later, Grant Morrison is still spinning his tale of Superman that will hopefully come full circle by the time he leaves with issue #16. That moment is still four months away, and we need to see how well he handles the first Superman in this Major Spoilers Review of Action Comics #12.
In which Morrison kills Clark Kent…
…FOR REALZ, YO!
Superman may be the protector of the City of Tomorrow, but can he save the world today? And what does he do when the citizens turn against the one who wants to protect them all?
Action Comics is one of the longest running superhero comics. That’s why DC decided to relaunch the series with a new number one this month in the hopes that the allure of a first issue will attract new readers. Matthew and Stephen took some time today to run down to their local stores (or in Stephen’s case – his comiXology account) to pick up copies for this review.
The latest installment of First Wave arrives today from DC Comics, and we’ve got a sneak peek to give you a hint of things to come.
No, DC Entertainment hasn’t cancelled the First Wave series (yet) as the long awaited third issue arrives with a gun toting Dark Knight featured as the character of the month.
(With apologies to Bunim/Murray) This is the story of eleven characters…picked to live in a new universe… work together and have their adventures penned… to find out what happens… when characters stop living in their own universe… and start something completely different in… First Wave.
DCâ€™s Blackest Night and Marvelâ€™s Siege may be the big events everyone is waiting for, but for this comic fan, the one series Iâ€™ve been waiting months for has been First Wave and the return of pulp and golden age heroes to the pages of comics.Â While I enjoyed the Batman/Doc Savage Special, which served as an introduction to this whole new world, there were some troubling spots.Â Now, four months later, readers finally get a peek at this brave new world.Â Does it have the same problems as before, or has DC truly created a new universe that works?