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Action Comics #976 May Be The Most Important DC Book You’ll Read This Month

22 March 2017 10:22 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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Alright, we all knew that the “Superman Reborn” crossover event was going to be a game changer, but despite bracing ourselves as best we could, we weren’t prepared to absorb the shock that came with the conclusion to be found within the pages of Action Comics #976.

After learning that the fake Clark Kent was, in fact, Mr. Mxyzptlk two weeks ago, many of us were left champing at the bit for whatever answers to Rebirth’s greatest mysteries would be disclosed. To be quite honest, aside from Superman’s new status quo being firmly established, we’re still in the dark when it comes to the bigger picture. Still, that doesn’t mean you have any excuse to miss this week’s offering.

Last week in Superman #19, we witnessed the return of the New 52 Man of Steel and Lois Lane, »

- Eric Joseph

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DC teases Batman summer event Dark Days

21 March 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ever since Scott Snyder departed the main Batman title, he’s teased his return with his New 52 collaborator Greg Capullo on a DC event and it seems their return will be coming soon. DC has announced the coming of Dark Days, a prelude to Snyder’s Batman event that will be released as a pair of one shots aiming to expose “the dark underbelly of the DC Universe.”

The one-shots are titled Dark Days: The Force #1 and Dark Days: The Casting #1. Joining him on the titles are Detective Comics writer James Tynion IV and some of the biggest artists in the industry: Jim Lee, Andy Kubert and John Romita Jr. Below you can see Lee’s cover for Dark Days: The Forge #1.

Dark Days posits a mystery that traces all the way back to when I started on Batman,” Snyder said in a statement. “I’ve hinted »

- Ricky Church

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Expect “The Button” To Heavily Affect Batman Titles This June

21 March 2017 10:30 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

In the past week, there’s been much discussion surrounding Batman titles and understandably so. With major story arcs wrapping up in the near future and “The War of Jokes and Riddles” kicking off in June, there will no doubt be much riveting reading material for Dark Knight devotees to consume in the coming months.

With a lot of emphasis being placed on the upcoming showdown between Joker and Riddler in Batman #25, the contents of issue #24 somehow became overlooked by all. But now that DC’s June solicits have been released in full, we now know that it’ll continue the “Aftermath” story begun in the previous installment.

In addition to serving as, well, the aftermath of the “I am Bane” arc, it’ll explore the fallout of whatever is to happen in “The Button” (apparently Dark Days: The Forge #1 will be doing this as well). Full details can be found below. »

- Eric Joseph

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Official Solicit Sheds More Light On Dark Days: The Forge #1

21 March 2017 10:15 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Yesterday, DC took us all by surprise by announcing two one-shots set to be published under the title of Dark Days, the first of which will ship in June. Co-written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV, with art by John Romita Jr., Jim Lee and Andy Kubert, it’ll no doubt demand the attention of not just Batfans, but those of DC as a whole.

It’s certainly no secret by now that Snyder is cooking up a major event with Greg Capullo, which will center heavily on the Dark Knight. Knowing that, it caused us to believe that the upcoming one-shots will serve as a prelude to the main event.

Well, thanks to the official solicit touting The Forge with the line “The great comics event of summer 2017 is about to begin,” it seems like our suspicions of this being a prologue have been validated. Now, that doesn »

- Eric Joseph

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Dark Days Lie Ahead For Batman And Others This Summer

20 March 2017 10:26 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Now that Justice League vs. Suicide Squad is well behind us, speculation regarding DC’s next major crossover event runs rampant. As of today, it appears we’ve been given our first real hints as to what it might be with the announcement of two one-shots set to be published under the title of Dark Days.

Not long ago, it was reported that superstar scribe Scott Snyder will pen a Batman-centered event that will likely launch late summer, with Greg Capullo returning as his artistic collaborator. Although we can’t confirm the specials today’s conversation is focused on are set to serve as preludes, it sure does seem like the dots are connecting a little too well.

As it so happens, Snyder will be joined by fellow writer James Tynion IV in addition to artists John Romita Jr., Jim Lee and Andy Kubert in order to bring us Dark Days »

- Eric Joseph

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‘I Am Another You’ Uncovers an American Dreamer From the Inside Out — SXSW 2017 Review

12 March 2017 1:10 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

When Chinese filmmaker Nanfu Wang discovers a nomadic 22-year-old American homeless man in the first chapter of her documentary “I Am Another You,” he’s living the dream; the rest of the movie is a gradual wakeup call. With time, Nanfu comes to understand that rejecting society isn’t such a simple proposition. By bringing an outsider perspective to the Western world, Nanfu pulls apart the American dream from the inside out. Shot over the course of several years, the movie blends an intimate perspective with trenchant investigative chops, uncovering a transitory figure whose romantic ideals give way to a harsh reality check.

The documentarian’s feature-length debut “Hooligan Sparrow,” a shortlist for the Oscar in 2016, dealt with institutional dysfunction in her native country. With “I Am Another You,” she takes a more personal approach, exploring the mythology of the American dream as a naive interloper subject to conflicting points of view. »

- Eric Kohn

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