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BEST OF 2012: Gavin Craig

BEST OF 2012: Gavin Craig

With 2012 coming to an end, we’ve now seen the first full year of DC’s new continuity, and the beginning of the second. Every title has completed its initial major storylines, and we got a look back in the company-wide zero month. A few titles have been canceled, a few new titles have been launched,

BEST OF 2012: Keith Callbeck

2012: the year everything changed. From the industry-rattling announcement of Before Watchmen to the game-changing Kickstarter projects that topped six figures, the state of comics and creator rights it profoundly different than it was a year ago. Not since the dawn of Image has there been this much of a sea change in the relationship

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far in the New 52 (though we know from the Justice League International Annual that he does exist), his chalkboard has been replaced by John Constantine’s bulletin board.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

COMICS FOR HEROES Presents: The November File

This is the first in what will be a regular series that briefly reviews the books that I (Brian, President and Founder of Comics for Heroes) have read every month. There is no such thing as a bad comic — just one that may not be for you.  One of the great things about comics

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK ANNUAL #1

JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK ANNUAL #1 Written by Jeff Lemire Art by Mikel Janin Release Date: October 31, 2012 When darkness fell and the world was once again at risk, the world’s greatest super-heroes answered the call! Zatanna! John Constantine! Deadman! The Black Orchid! Madame Xanadu! Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E.! Amethyst, Princess of Gemwold! Timothy Hunter!

Review: ROTWORLD: PROLOGUE – ANIMAL MAN #12 & SWAMP THING #12

ANIMAL MAN #12 / SWAMP THING #12 Written by Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder Art by Steve Pugh (Part 1) and Marco Rudy (Part 2) Release Date: August 1, 2012 The prologue to the next year’s worth of stories begins with the team-up we’ve all been waiting for: Animal Man and the Swamp Thing. In

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