So, a writer at DC did something once that ended up with said writer going on a Suicide Squad mission…
Stan Lee did his thing for DC once too.
Superman teams up with a lot more Supermen to save the multiverse in this volume of the DC Rebirth series.
The embodiment of America has been a superhero, too.
DC Comics released DC Rebirth #1 this past week. The ending proved highly controversial to say the least. But you know what? The controversial ending didn’t have to happen. My … Read More
From 2005-2006, writer Grant Morrison had an interesting narrative experiment going on at DC Comics. He took the old concept of the “Seven Soldiers of Victory” story from Silver Age … Read More
I’ll admit I ran out of steam and interest with the release of Convergence #8. It took me awhile to get around to completing my reading of the tie-ins, and it … Read More
Continuing my seldom read (hey Johnathon!) run down of three new comics I’ve read this week. I keep the variety rolling with Multiversity and…hmm….two Spider titles. I really need to … Read More
There are many superheroes. There are many talking rabbits. In the giant venn diagram of both such creations, there isn’t much overlap. Into that realm steps the mighty Captain Carrot.