Tag Archives: new 52

The War Of Attrition In Comic Book Relaunches

In July, DC Comics will be relaunching Teen Titans and Suicide Squad, with Nightwing relaunched as Grayson. We’ve recently described this as All New DC Now, after Marvel’s All New Marvel NOW, the second wave of relaunching comic books in recent …

Tim Seeley, Tom King And Mikel Janin Turn Nightwing Into Grayson

We told you they wouldn’t kill off Nightwing. Then they cancelled his series. But we told you he would return as Grayson. And now DC Comics have told USA Today. Batman’s former sidekick embarks on a new life as an …

The Wonder Woman We Almost Got In The New 52

Sue, at DC Women Kicking Ass, has been reading the new TwoMorrows volume on Cliff Chiang and his work on the DC New 52 Wonder Woman. And they learnt something new about how it all went down. Chiang had no …

The New Gen-13 To Be Written And Drawn By Tony S Daniel? (UPDATE – NOPE)

Previously we reported that Tony S Daniel was to write and draw the new Teen Titans book. We were wrong, though I understand at one point it was a plan. Instead, we have now been led to believe that he is …

The New 52 Booster Gold Series That Never Was

Bleeding Cool has run a number of stories regarding a new Booster Gold series on the way at DC Comics. Certainly there have been a number of writers invited to pitch. One of them broke cover, one Brian Keene, who …

Bizarre Breasts: Starfire In Today’s Red Hood And The Outlaws

The website Sequential Tart used to run a regular column, Bizarre Breasts, looking at particular extremes of anatomy in comic books, especially those concerning the female mammary gland. The last example they ran was back in 2012, but reading today’s …

Batman And Frankenstein, Your Perfect Valentine Couple, In May (UPDATE)

Frankenstein, currently appearing in the DC New 52 in Justice League Dark is going to be making a central appearance in the upcoming Future’s End weekly comic. But before that, in May, it seems that he will be joining Peter …

Flashback Friday – Batman RIP

By Alexander Webb Welcome to another installment of Flashback Friday with your comic book (and fitness!) consigliere, Alex. Today, we are following up last week’s flashback with the final story of Grant Morrison’s pre-Crisis Batman run, Batman RIP. (Note: As …

New DC Film Justice League War Out Today: Critiquing The Characters And Costumes – VIDEO

Senior Cosplay Correspondent and Bleeding Cosplay columnist Ian Mageto reviews the New DC animated film Justice League War, out today! And as bonus–he reviews the costume changes for characters featured in the movie.   You can follow Ian’s ‘Comics and …

Green Team: Teen Trillionaires Ends…Finally

By Alexander Webb Well, that’s finally over. DC’s attempt at an intriguing idea-turned-intriguing mess has come to its conclusion, as Green Team: Teen Trillionaires wraps up its storyline in the Issue # 8 finale. Like the majority of the series, …

Here’s Wally: 2014 Is A Big Year For The Flash, Including The Return Of Wally West In Flash Annual #3 In April

Finally, a definitive answer to one of the biggest lingering questions of the New 52.  USA Today’s Brian Truitt has the word on many, many things Flash for 2014, including the return of Wally West in Flash Annual #3 In …

Dan Jurgens On Aquaman And The Others? (BOOTH UPDATE)

That’s the rumour I’m hearing. Dan Jurgens, who wrote Aquaman for a year during 2000, will be taking on the new DC Comics title, Aquaman And The Others. Jurgens is an accomplished writer/artist, mostly at DC Comics, with long runs …

DC Collectibles: More Toys Than Can Fit In Santa’s Sack

Jeremy Konrad writes for Bleeding Cool: DC Collectibles held their NYCC panel on Friday morning to a half-full room mostly mumbling about how disappointed they were about the lack of a DC booth at the show. Audio problems persisted at …

A New Series For The Question? – Coverage Of The New 52 NYCC Panel

Romeo Gebuza and Jackie Sunderland write for Bleeding Cool: Today’s panel featured, Brian Buccellato, James Tynion, Paul Levitz, Nicola Scott, Cliff Chang and Charles Soule. The moderator is DC’s John Cunningham. First up: A preview of The Flash #24 from Brian Buccellato, who along with Francis Manapul, …

Next Year’s DC Comics September Event Revealed? Five Years Later (UPDATE)

So, every September is going to be “sweeps week” for DC Comics now it seems. New 52 launch, Zero Month, Villains Month… So what’s for 2014? The New 52 is meant to take place five years after Superman emerges. Well, …

Worlds Collide In Teen Titans – Tuesday Trending Topics

“Listen, Mr. Luthor, maybe this guy that flies is just sort of passing through, you know?” But as of Forever Evil #2, previewed on Buzzfeed, it looks as if Geoff Johns has just bypassed the New 52 relaunch and located their headquarters …

When Doomsday Killed Superman, From A New 52 Perspective

Superman #75. Remember that? The Death of Superman, shipped in a black plastic bag with a bloody S on the cover, and a series of splash pages. Selling three million, that’s what new customers thought comics were. If they dared …

The Final Covers For Villains Month – Week Four

The final covers for DC Comics’ Villains Month, laid out across the floor… Comics courtesy of Orbital Comics, London. Who, in a week’s time, will be exhibiting the work of Esad Ribic.