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Exclusive Preview: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #20

Exclusive Preview: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #20

DC Comics has shared its EXCLUSIVE preview for next week’s Justice League of America #20 with Comicosity. Scroll down for full-sized preview images. JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #20 Written by Steve Orlando Art by Hugo Petrus, Hi-Fi, Clayton Cowles Published by DC Comics Release Date: December 13, 2017 “SURGICAL STRIKE” finale! As Vixen and Prometheus’

Interview: Jared Goldwater and Ryan Straughn Jolt FRANKEN 9 to Life

This month, Archie Comics combines super-heroics with classic sci-fi horror with the debut of digital-first series Franken 9! Writers Jared Goldwater and Ryan Straughn are on hand to walk through the creation of Doctor Lambda and his creations — the Franken 9. Matt Santori: Hey guys! Congrats on the new digital first series! This is

Interview: Cubed, Ayala, Salman, and Bradley Talk TWISTED ROMANCE

Launching in February 2018 from Image and just in time for Valentines day comes TWISTED ROMANCE, a four-issue weekly anthology miniseries with tales of love—love gone right, wrong, and everything in between. Each issue of this month-long romance event will feature 48 pages of content: a main comic story, a backup comic story, and a

Interview: Priest Takes the Wheel with JUSTICE LEAGUE

He’s no stranger to the World’s Greatest Super-Heroes, but has been running with a more troubled anti-hero of late… now, Deathstroke writer Priest takes on the Justice League with tomorrow’s issue #34, teaming with another veteran creator, artist Pete Woods. Priest was on hand to chat extensively about his plans for the team, how they

Interview: Inman and Robinson Head to the Golden Age with JUPITER JET

When I was a kid I would go to my grandmother’s house and head straight for an old wooden box. In it was a collection of old comics that belonged to my dad when he was a kid. I spent countless hours reading and rereading fun, upbeat, and adventure filled stories of my favorite heroes.

Queer Visibility: What SNAGGLEPUSS Could Teach Us About Resistance in 2018

For time is the longest distance between two places. – Tennessee Williams   There’s a lot to be said about learning from history. It’s been nearly a year since the man pretending to be our “President” took office, and it’s been a damn long year. We’ve anticipated some of the worst, like last week’s vote

Interview: Vaughn, del Duca & Sallah Are SLEEPLESS

This coming Wednesday, comic shops will see the arrival of one of the best fantasy comics you’ll read all year. Sleepless, a romantic fantasy comic from Sarah Vaughn, Leila del Duca and Alissa Sallah, tells the tale of Poppy and Cyrenic, two dynamic characters living in a fantasy kingdom that is rich with storytelling potential. This powerhouse

KIRBYOLOGY: Heirs to Weirdness (and Badassness), Michel Fiffe and Benjamin Marra

Jack Kirby never got the credit and money he deserved when alive, but after leaving Marvel for DC in 1970, he did enjoy a certain degree of freedom. Sure, DC made some insane changes to his work — like redrawing Superman’s heads to match their house style — but the content of Kirby’s 1970s comics

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