Well, if I covered Icemaiden last week…
The future, cloned version of the Justice League fights the Five…and some other heroes from the past appear.
The Justice League reassembles…as some sort of workplace comedy. And it is brilliant.
During a period when DC did not have a Legion of Super-Heroes, well, they had the Justice League in the future. Sort of.
A new version of a comic book mistake ran around for a while before disappearing for some reason.
For a character people find silly, Aquaman sure has had a lot of sidekicks.
If you’re cheeky you’ve seen Justice League Action, otherwise, prepare to catch it this weekend.
If you’re like me, and I know I am, you probably had a question or two about Watchmen along the lines of, “Why was the
DC Comics released DC Rebirth #1 this past week. The ending proved highly controversial to say the least. But you know what? The controversial
In 1986, Alan Moore’s Watchmen first hit comic store shelves. Often cited as one of the finest superhero stories ever done in the medium, Watchmen was