Source: More On The Tom DeFalco DC Comics Event Of 2015
Holy Crap! Did you all see that article over at BleeedingCool? Well, did you?
Short version if you haven’t read it yet: Next year, during the two months DC will be moving thie headquarters, the comic book company – and I can’t believe I am saying this – will pay comic book writers to write…
Wait for it…
Darth Didio better watch out, looks like he’s not the only comic book genius around!
Working on the event as lead writers, I’m told, are Dan Jurgens, Keith Giffen and Brian Azzarello.
AND IT’S AN EVENT!
Checkmate Marvel! Pack up and go home, your time is done!
Long Live Tom DeFalco!
Oh, wait, never mind…he’s a Jets fan.
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