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Superman: Action Comics #997 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Superman Action Comics #997 Review: Badly Padded and Noticeably Empty

Superman and Booster Gold face Lor-Zod, the child of the infamous General Zod, and the Eradicator. They face him on the planet the villain calls New Krypton. Soon Zod and Ursa join the fight, and the fight appears hopeless for Superman and Booster. Back on Earth in our present, Lois Lane finally finds her father, […]

Action Comics #995 cover by Dan Jurgens, Trevor Scott, and Hi-Fi

Action Comics #995 Review: On the Issue of Fathers

Superman and Booster Gold find themselves back on Earth in Action Comics #995. However, it’s not the time period they intended, as Skeets reveals. They are in the 25th Century, the time period of Booster Gold’s origin. Despite that, Booster and Superman’s presence could still impact the time stream, so they must behave with caution. This […]

Titans #18 cover by Brett Booth and Andrew Dalhouse

Titans #18 Review: Duel of the Donnas

The Titans are squaring off against Troia (the future incarnation of Donna Troy), Psimon, Herald, Mister Twister, the Key, and Gnarrk. Things aren’t looking good, as Troia seems to have the edge on every Titan. However, one in particular may not be down and out like we thought. This issue brings the finale to the […]

Titans #16 Review: The End Of (Older) Wally West?

Kid Flash, aka the younger Wally West, feels a calling and runs to join the Titans in their time of crisis. Unfortunately, the Flash, aka the older Wally West—appears to be dead. His heart gave out as he saved Nightwing’s life from the possessed Psimon, Herald, and Gnarrk. Their plan is to cause the Titans […]

Titans #15 Review: The Titans Begin To Collapse

Arsenal has caught Nightwing talking to H.I.V.E in a covert radio transmission. He and the rest of the Titans are not happy about this at all. Meanwhile, Herald and Gnarrk are continuing their assault on H.I.V.E to reclaim Bumblebee’s memories. Psimon begins to be afflicted by telepathic storms from within his jail cell. Omen is […]

Rebirth Recap: Titans – A Jewel Of Modern DC

Over the next few weeks, I’m going to be doing a recap/review of a few of the Rebirth titles. We’re about a year into the initiative, and it has mostly a success. The “back-to-basics” approach has brought some great titles. Some aren’t as great. Comics from the Big Two (DC and Marvel) are always going to […]


The Wildstorm 25th Anniversary Project With Full Visual UPDATE – Fiona Staples, Lee Bermejo, Jim Lee, Bryan Hitch, J Scott Campbell, Warren Ellis And More –

Coming from DC Comics.Wildstorm later this year and announced at Wondercon, the Wildstorm 25th Anniversary comic book. A 200 page hardcover collection, including classic works, and early works of Fiona Staples, Sean Phillips and Lee Bermejo. But there are new stories too. A Brandon Choi and Jim Lee WildC.A.T.S. story. A Jeff Scott Campbell Gen 13 […]


Brett Booth’s Wildstorm Rebirth?

It was noted, in the DC Rebirth announcement, a definite absence of anything Wildstorm-related. The comic publisher/imprint bought by DC Comics as part of the deal that made Jim Lee a vice president of the publisher and then co-publisher, saw Wildstorm books and characters published by DC, then integrated into the New 52. Stormwatch, Team 7, […]

Ethan Van Sciver Vs. Daniel Kesner

Last week, we ran an article on the work of artist Daniel Kesner, who was selling original artwork clearly swiped from other artists including Brett Booth. Since then, a few other creators locked and loaded over his continued swiping work. Especially Ethan Van Sciver. This dude is tracing my art and selling it on eBay. […]

This Is Not The Work Of Brett Booth

Daniel Kesner is an artist with an eBay account, which he is using to sell original piece of artwork. But exactly how original are they? Take his image of Reverse Flash. And then take the big reveal page from Flash #40 by Brett Booth. Like he did. Or compare his Darth Maul…. Which seems to be a take […]

Pete Woods, Redesigning The New Gods With Glee

Pete Woods tweeted this weekend, When DC Comics asks you to redesign the New Gods do you decline because haters gonna hate, or do you dive in with glee? I know my answer. — Pete Woods (@thatpetewoods) August 16, 2014 The wording suggests that it will be with glee. Which generated a little discussion. @thatpetewoods […]

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 on Superman and New 52 work on Justice League International and Green Arrow. And the […]

A Very Festive Fanboy Rampage Over Duck Dynasty

UPDATE: Cully Hamner called media bias on this little exchange being left out. We will rectify that immediately, Cully! Gay duck PORN is totally not what we're talking about, Greg. RT @GregCapullo I'd just like to interject that I'm very fond of gay ducks — Cully Hamner (@CullyHamner) December 19, 2013 Duck Dynasty airs in […]

Swipe File: Avengers Vs Thanos Vs Batman/Superman Vs Mongul

Batman/Superman #6 was out yesterday, with a cover by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund. Familiar at all? And the cover to Avengers Vs Thanos, by Jim Starlin… In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree. They may be homages, parodies, ironic appropriations, coincidences or works of the […]

Brett Booth On Nightwing And More DC April Holy Sh!t Gatefold Covers

Firstly, yes, that does look like Brett Booth is on Nightwing. Respectfully, etc… though of course he is also drawing the covers to Earth 2 and Vibe. but still. Secondly, expect a lot those  creative changes we were talking about to be announced at DC today for April. Thirdly, I have confirmed that, yes, in […]

Brett Booth Replies To Bleeding Cool Over X-O Manowar

A couple of days ago, we ran a piece that compared a character on the cover of Nightwing to X-O Manowar. Valiant people seemed to see the similarity. Brett Booth, artist of the issue, didn’t quite see the same, and sent Bleeding Cool the design of the full character to compare and contrast…

Brett Booth For Nightwing, Eddy Barrows For Superboy?

Yesterday, we reported that Brett Booth was leaving Teen Titans with issue 16. But where is he going? We did a little detective work… he’s moving to a solo book it seems. He’s choosing to move, so it might be to a more high profile book, maybe one that pays higher royalties? Looking at his […]

Brett Booth To Leave Teen Titans With Issue 16

Bleeding Cool has been running a number of rumours on a number of creators leaving their DC New 52 books with issue 15 or 16, some moving to other books, some seeing their books cancelled, some just leaving full stop, and a whole bunch of new creators coming in. The latest, and rather confirmed this […]