- Action Comics #35 (Neal Adams)
- Detective Comics #35 (Becky Cloonan)
- Grayson #3 (Jan Duursema)
- Green Lantern #35 (Ivan Reis & Joe Prado)
DC Comics’ Selfie Variants for Aug. 6, 2014
- Action Comics #34 (Gary Frank)
- Detective Comics #34 (Tommy Lee Edwards)
- Earth 2 #26 (Kevin Maguire)
- Grayson #2 (Andrew Robinson)
- Green Lantern #34 (Craig Rousseau)
This Week’s DC Bombshell Variants (06/04/14)
- Action Comics #32
- Green Lantern #32
- Earth 2 #24
Designed by Ant Lucia.
Although “Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure” has been on store shelves since September, DC Comics is set to continue the game’s distinctive art style in a set of “Scribblenauts”-themed variant covers in January. CBR has the exclusive reveal of three variant covers: “Nightwing” #27, which homages Scott McDaniel’s “Nightwing” #2 cover; “Batman/Superman” #7, a nod to Frank Miller’s “The Dark Knight Returns” #3; and “Green Lantern” #27, a clear nod to Neal Adams’ iconic cover for “Green Lantern” #85, which featured “Snowbirds Don’t Fly” — the story where Oliver Queen discovers Roy Harper’s heroin addiction.
Justice League 3000 #1 (Unlettered Preview)
Previews Contain Spoilers
Story by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis
Art by Howard Porter
Cover by Howard Porter
Publisher DC Comics
Cover Price: $2.99
The new series starring the heroes of today—tomorrow is resolicited, now with legendary artist Howard Porter (JLA) on board! But what are these heroes doing in the year 3000? And who (or what) brought them there? Get ready for a dose of wonder from the writing team of Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis!
Available Wednesday, December 11th, 2013.
Green Lantern Annual #2, the conclusion of Robert Venditti’s “Lights Out” crossover, hits store shelves this Wednesday, October 30th. Check out the preview above and full solicitation below.
Story by Robert Venditti
Art by Sean Chen
Cover by Sean Chen
Publisher: DC Comics
Cover Price: $4.99
Don’t miss the stunning conclusion of “Lights Out!” Can Relic be defeated? Who lives? Who dies? The new status quo for the Lanterns is revealed here!
One of my favorite things to do at Comic Con is to just explore; wander aimlessly. Doing that ensures that you will find something unique. Something you probably won’t find by just surfing the net. Saturday, Day Two of NYCC 2013, I came across a small booth that was advertising a comic called A Tale of Cosmic Fistcuffs. While the two creators of said comic sat behind the booth working they had a spokesperson passing out cards and asking people to check out their comic. His description of the comic sounded interesting and got my attention.
Overall, the idea isn’t anything spectacular. A Tale of Cosmic Fistcuffs, in a nutshell, is a goofy science fiction comic involving robots, aliens, and pro wrestling. I just got around to reading it today and I’ll say I found it entertaining and fun. I had purchased issue #1 at Comic Con and as a thank you from the Earl Yi, the artist, I received a small sketch of Hal Jordan on the inside flap of the comic I bought (picture below).
I thought that was pretty cool him even though the “free sketch with every purchase” ad they had is just a ploy to pull Comic Con attendees in. Still, it’s a pretty neat little sketch and I appreciated it. But getting back to the comic… yeah… it was a fun first issue. Also, it had a nice presentation, featuring an embossed front and back cover and a conect-the-dots image on the back page.
You can find out more about A Tale of Cosmic Fistcuffs www.GWFComic.com.
Justice League: War will be with us in 2014, and stars Alan Tudyk as Superman, Jason O’Mara as Batman, Michelle Monaghan as Wonder Woman, Christopher Gorham as The Flash, Justin Kirk as Green Lantern, Shemar Moore as Cyborg, Travis Willingham as Shazam and Steve Blum as Darkseid. The Dark Knight Returns director Jay Olivia will direct.
I’m fine with this.