Celebrating New Year’s With Joe Kelly Comics

In Drawing Crazy Patterns, I spotlight at least five scenes/moments from within comic book stories that fit under a specific theme (basically, stuff that happens frequently in comics). Today, on New Year’s Day, we look at Joe Kelly’s long history of comic books set during New Year’s. Often, when we talk about recurring bits, they […]

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Top Ten DC Comics Stories of 2017

Slide 1/10 – Adam West passes away While contemporary portrayals of Batman in both film and television depict the Caped Crusader as being a dark, brooding character, the definitive small-screen Batman was a distinctively lighter character. Adam West’s portrayal of the iconic hero in the classic 1960s Batman television series gave the world The Bright […]

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Exclusive DC Preview: ‘Superman’ #38 – Comicbook.com

DC has provided ComicBook.com with an exclusive preview of Superman #38, due out next week from writers Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, and featuring art by Ed Benes, Sergio Fernandez Davila, Vicente Cifuentes, and Gabe Eltaeb. The issue is the final part of the “Super-Sons of Tomorrow” storyline, which pits the Titans of Tomorrow […]

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How Could There Be a Superman Around at the Same Time as the Legion?

In Abandoned an’ Forsaked, we examine comic book stories and ideas that were not only abandoned, but also had the stories/plots specifically “overturned” by a later writer (as if they were a legal precedent). Today, we learn about a Superman Legion timeline mixup! The Superman titles were always trying out new ideas during the 1950s […]

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Review – Superman: Action Comics #994: Can Superman Save Krypton?

Owner/Publisher, Editor-at-Large Ken Denmead Editor-in-Chief Matt Blum Managing Editor Z Senior Editors Jonathan H. Liu, Jenny Bristol, Corrina Lawson, Patricia Vollmer Gaming Editor Dave Banks Associate Publishers* Tim Johnides, Jeff Williams, Dante Lauretta, Magnus Dahlsröm, Jayson Peters, David Michael, Gerry Tolbert, Andrew Smith, Ray Wehrs, Joel Becker, Scott Gaeta, Beth Kee, Joey Mills, talkie_tim, Danny […]

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Henry Cavill Sends Superman Challenge Coin To Comic Writer/Artist

Justice League star Henry Cavill’s tradition of giving out “challenge coins” continues and this time it’s not just the crew of films he’s working on receiving the thoughtful token. Comic book writer and artist Tony Daniel took to Instagram today to share a photo of special token that the Superman actor had sent him. You […]

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As DC’s ‘Action Comics’ approaches 1,000 issues, a classic …

Dan Jurgens’ pencils have finally caught up to his writing. If only for a few issues, the Minnesotan has returned to drawing Superman for DC Comics, handling the illustrating duties on the cover and interior pages of the recent “Action Comics” No. 993 and No. 994. Jurgens, known to a generation of DC Comics fans […]

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As Action Comics approaches 1000 issues, a classic Superman artist returns – Van Buren Press Argus

By David BetancourtThe Washington Post Dan Jurgens’ pencils have finally caught up to his writing. If only for a few issues, Jurgens has returned to drawing Superman for DC Comics, handling the illustrating duties on the cover and interior pages of the recent “Action Comics” No. 993 and next week’s issue No. 994. Jurgens, known […]

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As DC’s ‘Action Comics’ approaches 1000 issues, a classic Superman artist returns

Writer/artist Dan Jurgens is once again drawing Superman in the page of DC’s “Action Comics.” (DC Entertainment) Dan Jurgens’s pencils have finally caught up to his writing. If only for a few issues, Jurgens has returned to drawing Superman for DC Comics, handling the illustrating duties on the cover and interior pages of last week’s […]

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Batman and Superman’s costume-swap double date is the best …

Batman #37 is about Batman and Superman taking their significant others on a double date. Batman #37 is also about them doing that in each other’s costumes. This week’s issue of Batman is also about two old friends and two new ones, examining the uncertainty of commitment and the absurdity of love. Batman #37 is […]

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