Let's learn just a little bit more about Zephyr, shall we?
The couple called it quits, citing "irreconcilable differences about teen comic book heroines."
More senseless bashing of Dan and the gang as the bias against poor DC Comics continues!
It's Marvel solicits time! What's shipping?! What's new?! What's canceled?! What's the deal with airplane peanuts?! Find out inside!
DC's heroes ask the world one thing … will you be my Valentine?
CONSTANTINE, a new ongoing series starring John Constantine by co-writers Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes, and artist Renato Guedes,
The Outhouse refuses to guess what role the character has been cast in.
A look at the easter eggs from last episode of Arrow.
FRANK HERE TO TALK ABOUT LOVE!
Co-creator of Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Giancarlo Volpe has a guaranteed step by step process of making the series a smash hit.
The former Runaways artist will join Sam Humphries on Uncanny X-Force!
RU finally starts reading himself to freedom: Fairest vol. 1: Wide Awake, Star Wars Dawn Of The Jedi vol. 1: Force Storm, The New Deadwardians, The Sixth Gun vol. 4: A Town Called Penance, DEMO, and Elephantmen vol. 1: Wounded Animals
We may soon find out, possible Hello Kitty Heroclix are incoming.
On this episode of the podcast I was joined by Adam Busch!
Nova #1 finally hits the shelves, so all you fanboys who hate Loeb enough to buy everything he writes can stop waiting.
Season 3, Beast Hunters, will be it's final season. In it's place a new Transformers show will rise in 2014.
What?! The Why I Love Comics Best of 2012 Video Game Edition? Aw snap, son!
...and fans feel old as hell when they realize the series is fifteen years old.
The writer was relieved to learn that a critical CBR article was directed at another Superman writer.
A dangerous surprise from Yo-Yo’s past awaits the Squad.
Because our readers are well adjusted enough to have significant others.
The secret history of the DCU’s original Cyborg Program!
You know it's a slow news day when we're talking about a Wonder Woman doc on PBS.
Barbara Gordon must deal with the fallout from “DEATH OF THE FAMILY” in this issue that will forever change her status quo in The New 52!
KATANA is a former assassin on a noble quest to restore the OUTSIDERS to their former glory! Will she succeed, or will she be overcome by the power of her sword, the SoulTaker?
This is it: The stunning conclusion to “DEATH OF THE FAMILY”!
In the first issue of “The Secret Service”, we saw a paramilitary group kidnapping Mark Hammill (famous for his role as Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy). In subsequent issues, several Hollywood superstars are also captured, and neither Jack nor Gary can figure out why anyone would go through all these problems without asking for a ransom afterwards. Jack, the best spy of the British Crown, knows that the next in the list is Ridley Scott, a famous filmmaker and the creator of the “Alien” franchise, a well-known cultural icon. So what can be the link between Mark Hammill, Ridley Scott and the other superstars that have vanished from the face of the Earth? The answer, with the right touch of irreverence (something that we’ve all come to expect from the Irish writer) is funny and surprising. But don’t worry, I won’t spoil it here. The Gary from this issue is completely different from the Gary we met on issue # 1. The young man has grown up, he is no longer the immature kid that had a bad relationship with his mother. Things have changed. But embracing his uncle Jack as a fatherly figure might also mean that mourning his death won’t be easy. In a violent ambush, Jack is murdered by the henchmen of the man behind the kidnappings, a man who has a secret plan to destroy the lives of 5 billion people in a matter of hours. Dave Gibbons has some very good pages here: the sex scene between Jack and the villain’s wife is handled with subtlety, and the moment of Jack’s death is depicted with the necessary level of violence. With only one issue to go, there are many questions and mysteries that still need to be solved. I’m sure the last chapter will be quite memorable. ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ En el primer ejemplar de "El servicio secreto", vimos a un grupo paramilitar que había secuestrado a Mark Hammill (famoso por su rol como Luke Skywalker en la trilogía original de “La guerra de las galaxias”). En números subsiguientes, varias súper-estrellas de Hollywood son apresadas, y ni Jack ni Gary pueden adivinar por qué alguien raptaría a estas personas sin pedir un rescate después. Jack, el mejor espía de la Corona Británica, sabe que el próximo en la lista es Ridley Scott, un famoso cineasta y el creador de la franquicia de “Alien”, un conocido ícono cultural. Así que ¿cuál puede ser el vínculo entre Mark Hammill, Ridley Scott y otras súper-estrellas que se han desvanecido de la faz de la Tierra? La respuesta, con el toque justo de irreverencia (algo que todos esperamos del escritor irlandés) es divertida y sorprendente. Pero no se preocupen, no planeo arruinar la sorpresa. my drawing / mi dibujo El Gary de este número es completamente diferente del Gary que conocimos en el # 1. El joven ha crecido, ya no es un chiquillo inmaduro que tenía una mala relación con su madre. Las cosas han cambiado. Pero tener al tío Jack como una figura paterna también significa que el luto por su muerte no será fácil. En una violenta emboscada, Jack es asesinado por los secuaces del hombre detrás de los secuestros, un hombre que tiene un plan secreto para destruir las vidas de 5 billones de personas en cuestión de horas. Dave Gibbons tiene algunas páginas muy buenas aquí: la escena de sexo entre Jack y la esposa del villano es manejada con sutileza, y el momento de la muerte de Jack es retratado con el nivel de violencia necesario. En el próximo número, el último, las preguntas y los misterios serán resueltos. De manera memorable, estoy seguro. Originally Published at http://artbyarion.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-secret-service-5-mark-millar-dave.html
Fallen Angel artist J.K. Woodward has put together a benefit auction to help out Peter David and his family with medical expenses.
Marvel Stops Pretending This Isn't the 90s All Over Again, Launches Guardians of the Galaxy #1 with Trading CardsBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on February 12, 2013
One of the cards will be super rare, so be sure to buy multiple copies of the book, suckers!
Get every Valiant $1 for #1. No wait, the other way around.