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Cammy’s Covers – The Snakes Of Ultimates And Batwoman

Cameron Hatheway writes; Winter Soldier #14 by Daniel Acuña I’m just an absolute sucker for Acuña’s art, it’s not even funny. Even with this simple looking design, I’m entranced by every minute detail; the bleeding country, the abstract dripping blood, …

Twelve Thoughts About Twelve Comics – Bedlam, Nightwing, Minutemen, Hellblazer, Deadpool Killustrated, Gambit, Young Avengers, Saucer Country, The Answer, Green Lantern, Batwoman and Uncanny Avengers

Nick Spencer has explained how Bedlam isn’t Gotham, and The Joker (formerly known as The Red Hood) isn’t Madder Red, but it is really. Take this scene from Bedlam #3 out today. Remind you of another scene repeatedly playing out …

Blood In The Water

I understand there are more retro-firings off DC comics to come. I also need to write a big article concerning the current state of DC Comics and apparent editorial/creative issues, but that will take considerable research, question and fact-checking. While …

Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen Comics – Batgirl, Amazing Spider-Man, Walking Dead, Thief Of Thieves, Saga, Ultimates, Wolverine And The Uncanny X-Men, Avengers, The Boys, Suicide Squad, Phantom Stranger, Punk Rock Jesus, Locke & Key And Saucer Country

And there we have it. Saucer Country out and says it, conflating conspiracy theories about political assassination and alien abduction, and giving one who has experienced the one, a close call with the other and finding the parallels. The new …

Eleven Thoughts About Eleven Of Today’s Comics – JiM, Demon Knights, Crossed Badlands, Batwoman, Peter Panzerfaust, Queen Crab, Batgirl, Saga, Saucer Country, Fantastic Four and Avengers

Journey Into Mystery, while being one of Marvel’s most entertaining comics full stop, has spectacular recap pages. Rather than present a series of panels to show what went on in previous issues, we get the plot narrated by a variety …

DC Vertigo Relaunch: Covers For Issue 2

They aren’t calling it a relaunch. Because it isn’t one. But the decision to launch four new titles from DC Vertigo in March does give it a slightly relaunchy feel. And, from the DC blog, are the four second issue …

DC To Support Vertigo Relaunch With Ordering Incentives And Variant Covers

The backbone of the success of the DC Relaunch was the publisher offering retailers incentives to order more of the comics, so they could be easily bought off the shelf when the media promotions hit. Variant covers, extra discount, returnability, …

Saucer Country From Paul Cornell And Ryan Kelly: “It’s The West Wing Does The X-Files”

Writer Paul Cornell has elaborated on one of Vertigo’s NYCC announcements today — an ongoing series by Cornell and artist Ryan Kelly about a presidential candidate who is ‘abducted by aliens’. It’s called Saucer Country. It’s about Arcadia Alvarado, the …