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DC ROUND-UP: 2020, the end of an era at DC Comics

THIS WEEK: With a small week of records, we instead take a look at the year that was, and the changes that impacted DC in 2020. Note: the review below contains spoilers. If you require a immediate, spoiler-free buy/ pass recommendation on the comics in question, check out the bottom of the article for our […]

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Bendis, Marquez to take over with JUSTICE LEAGUE #59

Writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist David Marquez appear to be the innovative crew for Justice League # 59, assembled as this is gonna be by colorist Tamra Bonvillain, who announced the teaming Wednesday on social media. This announcement felt like the third act in day hinting that Bendis was moving onto something new with […]

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CCXP ’20: Everything we learned about DC’s post-FUTURE STATE plans

The CCXP Worlds virtual pattern was held this past weekend, and DC Comics came out in force with a slew of information and bulletins coming out of their countless streaming panels. Perhaps most interestingly, nearly a dozen inventive teams were discovered for both brand-new and returning post-Future State series debuting in March. These teams can […]

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Tilting at Windmills #282: The End Days

By Brian Hibbs I nearly died the first week of August. I had a impediment artery in my heart and went into cardiac arrest; they had to shock me three times to keep me departing, and my figure literally flew in the air from the shocks. DCeased# 1 variance move by Ben Oliver I don’t […]

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Marie Javins promoted to editor in chief at DC Comics

Big news at DC today as longtime editor, and manufacture icon, Marie Javins was promoted to Editor in Chief, it was announced by Daniel Cherry III, Senior Vice President and General Manager, DC Comics, to whom Javins will report. Javins is well known in the inventive parish, and, it is safe to say, much liked […]

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Fat Jack’s comic shop launches first livestream sale tonight with some gems

Philadelphia’s Fat Jack’s Comicrypt is one of the most venerable East Coast comics supermarkets, with practically 45 years of perpetual business. And to stay in business they are adapting with the times, launching their first Facebook Live auction later today, from 7-9 p. m. EST. FB Live auctioneers have become a staple of pole COVID […]

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Brooklyn Book Festival returns online with Carousel tonight

The Brooklyn Book Festival is one of the culture highlights of Fall in NYC and this year- surprise! – it’s gone online! But that only means that you can watch its insightful and relevant programming from wherever you are. Events kicked off today and run through the week. But tonight is a highlight for comics […]

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Inspectulation: The WandaVision trailer has resurrected the lost art of MCU clickbait

Finally! Something to overcome the drab actuality of pandemic eras: the WandaVision trailer set off a delirium of speculation and freeze formulating the likes of which we have not seen in so long, and oh God, how we’ve missed it. Thank you Disney +. We’re in your thrall. It wasn’t just the trailer itself: since […]

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Memba them? What the comics industry looked like in 2006

Last week’s look back at the comics industry of 1992 got a LOT of observations. One of them was from Milton Griepp, the organizer of the all grey, all male 1992 manufacture conference I looked back at. Milton wrote to point me to his first ICv2 Conference in 2006, which was held as part of […]