Keith Hendricks | February 25, 2015
Warner Bros. Consumer Products is collaborating with The Art of the Brick to create large-scale LEGO sculptures, inspired by DC Comics Super Heroes and Super-Villains, for a touring exhibition this Fall 2015. “This is an amazing opportunity as an artist to be granted the privilege to bring the pages of DC Comics to life and […]
Keith Hendricks | February 18, 2015
The highlights of IDW Publishing’s May solicitations include Donald Duck #1, Uncle Scrooge #2, the anticipated Chew: Cases of the FDA Game, and several high quality coffee table books, like the Superman Atomic Age Sundays collection, Eric Powell’s The Goon: Chinatown Artist’s Edition, and the Frank Miller Daredevil Artifact Edition. As usual, lots of family friendly fare […]
Keith Hendricks | February 10, 2015
In this Bizarro episode of DC All Access, Tiffany Smith and Jason Inman debut an exclusive mini clip from today’s release of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League. (Hint: There’s nothing mini about the figure that stars in it.) Mortal Kombat X #2 and Batgirl #39 are previewed. Jason Inman […]
Garrett Steele | February 5, 2015
The Valiant Next title I’ve been most piqued about is Divinity. From Matt Kindt and Trevor Hairsine, Divinity tells the story of a Soviet cosmonaut, long thought lost, who returns to Earth with unspeakable power. There’s a lot going on in the concept. In some respects, it seems like this is their answer to the fact […]
Keith Hendricks | January 30, 2015
(Editor’s Note: This essay originally appeared on Nerdspan on November 27th, 2013.) The title of this article is taken from one of the most cited Bronze Age Superman stories, Elliot S! Maggin’s story, “Must There Be a Superman,” in which Superman ponders whether his existence does more harm than good. Recently DC Comics has been […]
Joshua Conrad | July 4, 2014
DC and Marvel each have a character that embodies the “best” of the United States of America. Both of these characters are recognised as leaders in their worlds. They are respected by their colleagues and considered living legends by the people. Yet they are wildly at the extremes of the power spectrum. One is a […]
Mackenzie and Walker | June 11, 2014
After reading Chuck Dixon and Paul Rivoche’s Wall Street Journal editorial of Sunday (our Monday), we wanted to dive right in with a refutation. Partly because the piece is riddled with factual errors and misrepresentations and we are both proud enough of the history of our hobby (and being fair, pedantic enough) to want to […]
Keith Hendricks | March 27, 2014
In 1999, DC Comics released special millionth issues of all of their comics as part of a crossover event. Obviously, as DC Comics releases monthly comics and has only been in existence since the 1930s, their main titles were only celebrating issues in the 700 numbers at the time. Releasing these fictional millionth issues was […]
Keith Hendricks | March 8, 2014
Currently, the second best way to start a controversy is to say out loud at a comic shop how happy you are with the casting in comic book movies. You could mention most of the recent castings, whether Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Michael B. Jordan as The Human Torch, Ben Affleck as Batman, or […]
Royal Lance Eustache | February 10, 2014
With movies based on toy franchises getting a bad rap these days, one would think that a toy as basic as LEGO would be a guaranteed stinker. The LEGO Movie is surprisingly good and is worthy enough for anyone of any age to watch.
Leo Reyna | December 1, 2013
Arguably two of the best and well-respected superhero cartoons by Warner Bros. Animation, Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series are now available to watch online for Amazon Prime members.
Leo Reyna | October 30, 2013
It’s almost time for Halloween and what better way to celebrate the occasion than to show off superheroes dress in cheaply made costume of themselves? Especially when it’s drawn by comic book illustrator Karl Heitmueller Jr.