4 items from 2011
Cover of The Essential Batman Encyclopedia
My time at the New York Comic-Con has come and gone and a good time was had.
As expected, I had countless whirlwind 30-60 second conversations with people, shaking hands, hugging, kissing, and making rather merry. There were some extended conversations and a few business meetings which was nice.
I arrived early enough on Thursday that getting my badge was a breeze and wish more shows were so well staffed. I began running into people I knew the moment I entered the Jacob Javits Center and was delighted. My first appointment was with an editor about a project I can begin talking about next week. We got to know one another beyond the e-mails and phone calls and I think we got along just swell. She then snuck me onto the show floor two and a half hours early so I got a chance »
- Robert Greenberger
A lot to go over, including a whole lot of second issues and a hardcover collection of all of last month’s #1 issues. So let’s get to it!
Written by Geoff Johns
1:25 Variant cover by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado
1:200 B&W variant cover by Jim Lee
On sale October 19 • 40 pg, Fc, $3.99 Us • Rated T
Combo pack edition: $4.99 Us
Retailers: This issue will ship with three covers. Please see the order form for more information.
What happens when the World’s Greatest Detective takes on the world’s most powerful alien? You’ll find out when Batman and Superman throw down. Batman will need all his intellect, cunning and physical prowess to take on The Man of Steel.
This issue is also offered as a special combo pack edition, polybagged with a redemption code for a digital download of the issue. »
- Glenn Hauman
We’ve received all the covers for DC Comics July solicitations, including the long awaited Games, the New Teen Titans graphic novel from Marv Wolfman and George Pérez. And when I say long awaited, I mean two decades long– which kinda ties in with all the DC Retroactive titles coming out, including our favorite, Green Lantern reuniting the team of ComicMix contributors Dennis O’Neil and Mike Grell.
Take a look.
War Of The Green Lanterns: Aftermath #1
Written by Tony Bedard
Art by Miguel Sepulveda
Cover by Dave Johnson
1:10 Variant cover by Doug Mahnke
The shocking consequences of the blockbuster “War of the Green Lantern” event have shattered the lives of Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, John Stewart and Kyle Rayner in ways no one will see coming.
Everything you thought you knew about the Corps is no more!
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the »
- Glenn Hauman
On Friday, DC Comics announced a new series of one-shots called Retro-Active that will feature writers and artists from the ’70s, ’80s, and 90s. Each issue will be comprised as 26 pages of new content as well as 20 pages of classic stories from that era. DC has released the era specific logos of the Retro-Active line, as well as announced the writers for for the upcoming series. Check them out below.
Retro-Active '70s Logo
Wonder Woman: Dennis O’Neil
The Flash: Cary Bates
Green Lantern: Dennis O’Neil
Retro-Active '80s Logo
Wonder Woman: Roy Thomas
The Flash: William Messner-Loebs
Green Lantern: Len Wein
Retro-Active '90s Logo
Superman: Louise Simonson
Wonder Woman: William Messner-Loebs
The Flash: »
- Brandon Johnston
4 items from 2011
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