Tag Archives: Jimmy Palmiotti

Review: THE JETSONS #1

Review: THE JETSONS #1

THE JETSONS #1 Written by Jimmy Palmiotti Art by Pier Brito, Alex Sinclair, and Dave Sharpe Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 1, 2017 We got our first look at the DC Hanna-Barbera Jetsons in a back-up story in the Booster Gold/Flintstones one-shot earlier this year. Jumping off from the events in that teaser,

Review: HARLEY QUINN #25

HARLEY QUINN #25 Written by Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Connor, and Paul Dini Art by Chad Hardin, Bret Blevins, J. Bone, Alex Sinclair, and Corey Breen Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 9, 2017 If this isn’t the best issue of Harley Quinn thus far, it’s definitely the most exciting. However, it’s hard to believe anyone would argue

Interview: Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s Big Bad Week

There’s no one in comics like Jimmy and Amanda. With a single comics week featuring new beginnings, at least one ending, and one book that’s a little of both, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti would dominate even if we didn’t love them so much already. Sitting down with Comicosity to discuss — in rapid fire

Review: BOOSTER GOLD/THE FLINTSTONES #1

BOOSTER GOLD/THE FLINTSTONES #1 Written by Mark Russell Art by Rick Leonardi, Scott Hanna, and Steve Buccellato Published by DC Comics Release Date: March 29, 2017 From the distant future to the incredibly-distant past, this one-shot teams up fan favorite Booster Gold with the Teen+ update of The Flintstones. In 2472, Booster is enjoying a

Transmyscira: HARLEY QUINN #12

HARLEY QUINN #12 Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Art by John Timms, Chad Hardin, and Hi-Fi Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 18, 2017 It’s the Nice Guy vs the Bad Boy as Red Tool and The Joker face off to fight over a woman that doesn’t even like either one of

Transmyscira: HARLEY QUINN #11

HARLEY QUINN #11 Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Art by John Timms and Hi-Fi Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 4, 2017 Out of all the various criticisms, taunts, and jeers hurled at the Suicide Squad film this past summer, the one that stuck with me the most was the lamentations at

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