Jason Inman made an appearance at WonderCon last weekend, and handed the mic off to Scott Lobdell, who then decided to wander the show floor talking with attendees.
The Joker’s long-awaited return has kicked into high gear. In a recent issue of BATMAN, the Joker claimed to know the civilian identities of all who Batman holds dear and promised to kill them all. In this “Death of the Family” tie-in issue, Jason Todd finds himself in one of Joker’s diabolical death traps. While Snyder’s BATMAN is a smash-hit, is this title worth your time? It’s time for another MAJOR SPOILERS review…
Aliens are attacking… again! When a new primordial menace arrives and starts attacking Metropolis, it’s the Man of Steel to the rescue… again! This time, though, the monster comes from a very familiar alien planet, one that will shake the very foundations of the Superman family. More after the jump!
Major Spoilerite Jason Inman caught up with Scott Lobdell who shares his thoughts on Superman #0.
Jason Todd narrates the story of his life up to his death, a story most people are familiar with. But what really happened behind the scenes? Meet the man who created Red Hood after the jump!
In order to keep up with the DC’s guaranteed monthly release of titles, there are going to be times when guest artists and writers are going to be needed to fill in to keep the schedule on track.
“Just tell me these aren’t Alfred’s waffles.”
It seems as if Jason Todd and the gang have become a little stale the past few months, but I stick with them through thick and thin. Will #8 take a turn for the better with the Night of the Owls event? Find out after the jump…
Or – “Boy Meets Girl…”
San Diego, CA (July 26, 2009) â€“ Award-winning actress Jennifer Love Hewitt is teaming up with IDW Publishing to release Jennifer Love Hewittâ€™s The Music Box, a new comic series created by Hewitt. Currently starring in CBSâ€™s Ghost Whisperer, Hewittâ€™s ten-issue anthology series details a mysterious music box that causes strange occurrences for the people who possess it.
â€œLove has created a really interesting premise for a comic book series,â€ said IDW Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, Chris Ryall. â€œEach story tells a standalone tale and they are all linked together by this mysterious music box.â€
Papercutz will make an appearance at the San Diego Comic-Con (booth #2046), and sent along its signing and panel schedule.
Coming this August, IDW offers Angel fans yet another hair-raising adventure. Spinning out of IDWâ€™s main Angel storyline, Angel: Only Human follows Illyria and Gunn on a bizarre road trip as they try to reconcile their â€œinnerâ€ demons with their newfound humanity. Written by Scott Lobdell with art by David Messina, Angel: Only Human is a funny and frightening five-part story with two of the Angelverseâ€™s most complex and beloved characters.
Papercutz has sent its solicitations and cover images for titles arriving in June 2009.