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Jonathan Kent To Be The New Superman For DC Comics?

Jonathan Samuel Kent, the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, was created as a character by Dan Jurgens for the Convergence: Superman series, though playing on previous alternate history versions of who the children of the two stalwarts of DC Comics would be. He was later established by Jurgens as the son of a […]

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The Daily LITG, 27th June 2019, Happy Birthday Dan Jurgens

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 6 most-read stories yesterday Sexual Harassment and the Comics Industry – Again (Spoiler), (Spoiler) and (Spoiler) are the New Power Rangers in Mighty Morphin’ #40, […]

Dan Jurgens Takes Over Nightwing from Scott Lobdell in April

In March, writer Eric Esquivel was set to co-write Nightwing with Scott Lobdell, with eventual plans for Esquivel to take over the title. That wasn’t to be due to obvious reasons. But it looks like DC has found a replacement, as a leaked-on-4chan solicit for April’s Nightwing #59 lists a new writer, Dan Jurgens, alongside […]

Green Lanterns #54 cover by Mike Perkins and Hi-Fi

Green Lanterns #54 Review: The Wrath of Cyborg Superman

Green Lanterns Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, Jessica Cruz, Kyle Rayner, and Kilowog deliver the people of Penelo to a new world suited for the people. Guy believes that Simon is a traitor, and Hal is unsure. Of course, Jessica is unwilling to accept this. On Earth, Simon Baz believes he is freeing Superman from a […]

Batman Beyond #23 cover by Viktor Kalvachev

Batman Beyond #23 Review: The Identity of the New Scarecrow

The new Robin joins Batman in holding off the crazed denizens of Neo-Gotham. The new Scarecrow has somehow caused all this, and Batman and Robin can’t hurt the people of the city. Bruce Wayne and Jack Ryder try to offer support from the Batcave, but they’re unsure how Scarecrow has caused this. There is no […]

Green Lanterns #53 cover by Mike Perkins

Green Lanterns #53 Review: The Voice in the Ring Revealed

The Green Lanterns are scattered and struggling against the Ravagers and the one calling himself Eon. Hal Jordan and Jessica Cruz are fighting against the Ravagers on their capital ship. Guy Gardner tracks down Eon and wants to go mano a mano against the energy being. Kyle Rayner and Kilowog work to stop the Ravager’s […]

Green Lanterns #52 Cover by Mike Perkins and Hi-Fi

Green Lanterns #52 Review: A Corps Divided Against Itself

The Green Lanterns are battling the Ravagers over the aquatic world of Penelo. Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, Simon Baz, Jessica Cruz, and Kilowog are surrounded and outgunned by the criminal organization, which is incongruous with what Hal Jordan reported about the Ravagers years ago. Guy Gardner has a plan, but Simon Baz bizarrely runs counter […]

Batman Beyond #22 cover by Viktor Kalvachev

Batman Beyond #22 Review: Enter the New Scarecrow

Gotham is falling into chaos. The Jokerz are rioting in the street, but they’re not alone. Normal everyday citizens are also wreaking havoc across the city. Batman is out there trying to sew the peace, but it’s not helping. Everyone just sees him as a monster. Thankfully, Bruce Wayne sends out the new Robin to […]

Hawkman is Indiana Jones and More from DC’s World’s Finest Comics Panel [SDCC]

Words and photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Mike Sangregorio: Saturday saw the DC World’s Finest Panel, moderated by one of the DC All Access hosts and featuring creators Liam Sharpe, Marc Andreyko, Dan Jurgens, Sam Humphries, Robert Venditti, Tom Taylor, Tim Seeley, and Mitch Gerads as panelists. The panel began by congratulating Gerads on his Eisner […]

Green Lanterns #51 cover by Mike Perkins and Wil Quintana

Green Lanterns #51 Review: A Surprisingly Bleak Turn for Simon and Jess

A planet called Panelo is under attack, and its Green Lantern is unable to stop the assault. A Guardian has died in the Green Lanterns’ own home base, and Jessica Cruz, Simon Baz, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, nor the other Guardians of the Universe know how this could have happened. Worse yet, Guy and Kilowog […]

WB Animation’s 2019 DC Animated Film Release Schedule Announced at SDCC18

Info and Photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Jimmy Lezczynski: In a panel at San Diego Comic Con today, WB Animation announced the release schedule for their popular animated film adaptations of DC Comics stories for 2019. Reign of the Supermen is being released early in 2019. Justice League vs. The Fatal Five is set to be released in […]

Green Lanterns #50 cover by Mike Perkins and Wil Quintana

Green Lanterns #50 Review: Frustratingly Vague but Still Fun

A Guardian of the Universe detects something during his meditation. Green Lantern Corps Leader John Stewart answers a distress call to find a far larger threat than he could have anticipated. Guy Gardner and Kilowog make a similarly startling discovery on another distress call. The remaining Guardians of the Universe sense something dangerous on the […]

Batman Beyond #20 cover by Viktor Kalvachev

Batman Beyond #20 Review: Enjoyable in Spite of Clichés

A member of the Jokerz named Scab has invaded the Gotham City Police Department headquarters, has taken a hostage, killed many officers, and has pinned down Commissioner Barbara Gordon. Batman Beyond is ready to respond, but Bruce Wayne insists that Terry should take along his little brother and new Robin, Matt McGinnis. Terry is reluctant […]

Dynamite Heroes Build-A-Bundle Includes Adam Hughes Variant Cover

Dynamite Entertainment and Groupees are launching a new Dynamite Heroes “Build a Bundle” today which offers both digital comics and some special physical copies with the upper tier levels — including a limited number of copies of Action Comics #1000 signed by writer Dan Jurgens and an Adam Hughes variant cover of Red Sonja/Tarzan #1. The […]

Action Comcs Special #1 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Action Comics Special #1 Review: Another Great Superman Comic

A Lex Luthor from the future returns through time to enact his final revenge against Superman, and it just may be Lex Luthor of the present that saves the Man of Steel. Then, at a White House Correspondents’ Dinner, reporter Clark Kent riffs on Lex Luthor in a vicious comedy routine. Finally, Lois Lane is […]

Comics on Television – Dynamic Forces on the Shopping Channel Tonight

We ran a story about Nick Barrucci appears on the Shopping Channel for Dynamic Forces and having their exclusive copies of Action Comics #1000. And then we told you about it not happening because of snow storms.  The rescheduled program airs tonight at Midnight EST / 9 PM PST. For Action Comics #1000 they have renowned […]

Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 2nd, 2018: Avengers Assemble!

It’s time to dig through the releases of the week and see what’s worthy of your money once more. That’s right, it’s time for Comics for Your Pull Box! As always, here is the link to ComicList so you can see the full catalogue of the week’s releases. Apologies again for the lateness of this […]