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DC Previews – Aquaman And Dead Boy Detectives

Since taking over for Geoff Johns, Jeff Parker’s run on DC‘s Aquaman has been getting a lot of positive buzz, so we are happy to give you a preview of issue #30 that hits stands this week along with the …

Live From The Comic Shop – Revenge, Superman: Lois Lane, The Wake, Wraith, Dead Boy Detectives

Well, boom! There are lots of new comics this week and quite a wide range too, from superhero comics to sci-fi, horror, and indie accents abounding. Maybe it’s just me but the energy seems to be increasing as publishers head …

Live From the Comic Shop – Dead Boy Detectives, Dredd: Underbelly, Saga, Sledge-Hammer 44, Black Science

Last week, I was snowed in and didn’t make it to the comic shop on time; today I had to brush the snow off my car and eyed the roads for awhile, but I made it! So here’s to actually …

Twenty-Five Thoughts About Twenty-Five Comics – Red Lanterns, ARGUS, Flash, Catwoman, Sinister Dexter, Green Team, Deadworld, GI Joe, Teen Titans, Aquaman, Atomic Robo, Rachel Rising, Jonah Hex, Dead Boy Detectives, Justice League Dark, Superman Unchained, Revelations, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Savage Wolverine, New Avengers, Artifacts, Hawken Melee, THUNDER Agents, Legenderry And Dredd Classic

My, that’s one serious allegy to cats, courtesy of Red Lanterns. Well, Forever Evil: ARGUS, it all depends whether it’s original Matrix, or Matrix Revelations. We were just talking about a dearth of female super villains in today’s comics, and …

Jupiter’s Legacy Slips From October To January, But Tops Advance Reorder Chart

Greetings from the coal face of the direct comics market. Where retailers try to increase their orders of certain comics ahead of sale. Where supply and demand and most accurately reflected, where you can see which books are hot, where …

Sandman: Overture – The New Name For Sandman Zero, Plus New Vertigo Comics, Hinterkind By Edginton, The Discipline By Peter Milligan And The Dead Boy Detectives

The Sandman: Overture by Neil Gaiman and JH Williams III, will begin on Oct. 30, and be published bi-monthly, so says DC Comics to the New York Times. Other new projects include Hinterkind by Ian Edginton, which focuses on a …

DC Vertigo Brings Back The Witching Hour For Dead Boy Detectives

On Front Row, on BBC Radio 4 this week, novelist Toby Litt told the host about writing a comic book for DC Comics based on characters created by Neil Gaiman. Talking about trilogies, he said; I was doing a comic …