Author Archives: Keith Callbeck



STRANGE ATTRACTORS #1 Written by Charles Soule Art by Greg Scott Release Date: December 19, 2012 Archaia Entertainment’s Strange Attractors is the sort of book we used to see from Vertigo in the 90s. Heller Wilson, A graduate student studying complexity theory, seeks out the mentorship of an aging professor. Heller discovers that this professor

Read Between the Lines: Constantine’s Bulletin Board

Years ago, Rip Hunter’s chalkboard in the mini-series 52 gave readers many hints for upcoming stories all over the DC Universe. Though Rip hasn’t reappeared so far in the New 52 (though we know from the Justice League International Annual that he does exist), his chalkboard has been replaced by John Constantine’s bulletin board. In


PETER PANZERFAUST #6 Written by Kurtis Wiebe Art by Tyler Jenkins Released September 19, 2012 The story voice changes dramatically in the start of the second arc. We turn to Julien and his tale of the French underground during the occupation of Paris. Wiebe starts the book by pointedly correcting the popular belief in North

Review: BATMAN #12

BATMAN #12 Written by Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV Art by Becky Cloonan, Andy Clarke Release Date: August 8, 2012 The month before Batman #0, Scott Snyder turns in what could be called Harper Row #0. Finally formally introducing Harper after her appearing as early as issue 1, Snyder has created another dynamic and interesting