This week is the last week of DC comics until the
reboot relaunch gentle tickling of the DC Universe. Marvel are giving us shadows and quotes from salesmen. And Image are telling us the world is theirs. Comic shops are closing more often than they are opening it seems, and Steve Geppi’s run out of money. Looks like we’ll all be lying in the gutters soon. Till then, what have you been reading this week? Top Twenty Traffic Posts Of The Week
57 1/2 Marvel Solicitations
That Metatextual End To JLA #60
Return To The X-Men Blue And Gold
The Nature Of Schism
What If Male Superheroes Posed Like Wonder Woman – celebrating its third week in the charts,
The New Wonder Woman is Not A Superhero Comic
Finally Cyclops On The Cover Of Uncanny X-Men 1
Grant Morrison Plans To Bring Back The Sex In Wonder Woman
Nightcrawler Completes The X-Men Tryptych
Is Joe Lieberman’s Nephew The New Rob Granito?
Fear Itself Gets Another Three Issues
Superman Set Pics Solve Costume Mystery
Mattel On The Front Line Of Classic Vs New DC
Supergirl XXX Review
Swipe File: Mike Doedato Vs Neal Adams
Ken Lashley On The Blackhawks New 52 Situation
Cosplay Of The Week: Scarlet Witch
What Happened To Scotland In Flashpoint?
X-Men Blue Team Now With Added Jubilee
The Perfect Rob Lifeld Cover For The Haterz Top Ten Stories You May Also Like
Winners Of Pose-Like-Wonder-Woman
An American Werewolf Is 30 – Celebrate With Rick Baker Winning A Special Oscar
Interview With Image’s Eric Stephenson
Review: Pilot Episode Of Spielberg-Produced Show Terra Nova, Now With More Dinosaurs
Mr Terrific Has Third Solicited Art Team In Three Issues
How Ruthless Editing Made The Inbetweeners Movie
The DC Baltimore Panel That Wasn’t
Is Starter For 10 The Greatest Geek Crossover Movie Of All Time?
Why Blair Butler And Kevin Mellon’s Heart Reminds Me Of Watchmen
Max Landis’ Frankenstein Goes To The Circus
Adi Tantimedh, Aaron and Mike, Tina Garceau, Joshua Lazarus, Christopher Troy, Kate Kotler, Elliot Seranno, Greg Baldino and Collectors Cornered.