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THE HONOR ROLL: June 29, 2013

THE HONOR ROLL: June 29, 2013

This has been another incredible week of comics. It was a huge struggle, but the top 5 books have been chosen! Check out this week’s Honor Roll! BATMAN/SUPERMAN #1 Written by Greg Pak Art by Jae Lee and Ben Oliver Publisher: DC Comics – $3.99 Batman and Superman are the greatest team-up in the comic

Read Between the Lines: Who are the Justice League 3000?

With the recent cancellation of the Legion of Super-Heroes title and the announcement that Justice League 3000 would be joining DC Comics’ New 52 this October, fans of both super-hero teams have been atwitter about the identities of the previewed characters. With little to no information to go on, speculation has run wild as to

Interview: J.M. DeMatteis Balances the Dark and Light with PHANTOM STRANGER and LARFLEEZE

Few comic creators can claim to run the gamut of subjects the way writer J.M. DeMatteis has in his long career. From classic heroes like Captain America and the Justice League, metaphysical protagonists Man-Thing and Doctor Fate, to all-ages adventure with The Adventures of Augusta Wind, the creator has written it all — and he’s about

Review: LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #18

LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES #18 Written by Paul Levitz and Keith Giffen Art by Tom Derenick and Scott Kolins Release Date: March 20, 2013 Nobody does a “Things Fall Apart” story better than the Legion of Super-Heroes. As the United Planets suffers a technological blow in the 31st century, the Legion is scattered across the galaxies

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

DC Announces Venditti, Fialkov, Jordan & Giffen on GREEN LANTERN Titles

Via MTV Geek, DC Comics has announced the new creative teams for the Green Lantern family of titles after the departure of Geoff Johns and Peter J. Tomasi. The lineup will be as follows: GREEN LANTERN: Written by Robert Venditti, art by Billy Tan. The series will pick up immediately after the Geoff Johns run ends.

BEST OF 2012: Matt Santori

2012 was a brilliant year for the comics industry. We saw the best industry growth in terms of dollars since the early 1990s, thanks in no small part to the jumpstart DC Comics’ New 52 initiative gave to comic purveyors everywhere. We saw a continual growth of the digital comics market without any discernible damage

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