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Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE #22

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE #22

JUSTICE LEAGUE #22 Written by Geoff Johns Art by Ivan Reis, Rod Reis, Joe Prado and Oclair Albert Release Date: July 10, 2013 Oh, man. It’s books like this one that make it insanely difficult to write a spoiler-free review. The long-awaited Trinity War launches in spectacular fashion today with what is easily Geoff Johns’

HOT FIVE: Week of July 10, 2013

Every week, Comicosity brings you our Hot Five, a short list of the top books we think you’ll want to be checking out. Be they new title launches, key issues or just continuing stories from some of the industry’s most acclaimed books, this list is your guaranteed gold for the week in the comic market.

Review: TRINITY OF SIN: PANDORA #1

TRINITY OF SIN: PANDORA #1 Written by Ray Fawkes Art by Zander Cannon, Daniel Sampere, Patrick Zircher, and Vicente Cifuentes Release Date: July 3, 2013 The roots of Trinity War, long alluded to all the way back to Flashpoint #5, are finally seeing the light of day with this brand new first issue spotlighting the

NUMBERS GAME: DC Comics — May 2013

May saw DC Comics recuperate a bit of its market share after April’s massive gap between them and Marvel, spurred on by… nothing too significant. What this demonstrates is that market share is not nearly as important as the bottom line dollars, which continue to show massive gains — up 22% — against the market

Interview: Ray Fawkes Unlocks TRINITY OF SIN: PANDORA

Ray Fawkes has his hand in all manner of dark matter these days for DC Comics, co-writing both Constantine and Justice League Dark with Jeff Lemire. Next month, the scribe will be in the thick of it solo as he launches the new ongoing series Trinity of Sin: Pandora, starring the mysterious force we first

NUMBERS GAME: DC Comics — March 2013

If there’s one word that describes DC Comics’ March sales, it would likely be “plateaued.” It was a month where not too much could have moved the needle for DC, as there was only one new #1, no major creative team changes, and most storylines wrapping in advance of April’s gatefold cover month (designed in

NUMBERS GAME: DC Comics – February 2013

A good, but not great, month for DC.  Even with the massive success of Justice League of America, DC’s market share dropped 3% (35.41% to 32.89%). The drop can be misleading for the time being, however, as most of the Marvel titles have yet to stabilize from the recent MarvelNOW! initiative. DC Comics had four comics in the top 10,

Crisis of Epic Proportion: How Do You Solve a Problem Like the Legion?

There are fans, and then there are… super-fans. For decades, readers have been treated to tales of super-powered teenagers from the future who, inspired by the legend of Superboy, decided to come together and make the universe a better place. Each one from a different planet — some who have even been at war with

NUMBERS GAME: DC Comics – January 2013

January saw DC losing market share to Marvel again, no surprise really given that we are in the midst of the Marvel NOW! release of new titles. Curiously enough, however, there are still some salient facts that reflect the staying power of DC’s NEW 52 promotion, despite recent naysayers in the publishing industry. Individual titles

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