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DC Comics Announces BLACK LABEL Imprint

DC Comics Announces BLACK LABEL Imprint

BURBANK, CA (March 8, 2018) – DC Black Label, a new publishing imprint from DC Entertainment, gives premier talent the opportunity to expand upon the canon of DC’s iconic Super Hero comic book characters with unique, standalone stories that are outside of the current DC Universe continuity. An all-star lineup of creative teams will craft their own personal definitive

COMIC LOVE: Who Is Donna Troy? (And Why Do I Love Her So?)

It’s probably pretty clear by now that I’ve read more than my share of comic books. I have more than 15 thousand in my personal collection, curated carefully over the last 35 years, not to mention the thousands more I’ve read and subsequently donated to worthy causes. I still pick up an insane number of

Review: SUPERWOMAN #5

SUPERWOMAN #5 Written by Phil Jimenez Art by Phil Jimenez, Matt Santorelli, and Jeromy Cox Published by DC Comics Release Date: December 14, 2016 The rise of Ultrawoman is throwing a dark shadow over Metropolis. It’s up to the last few remaining forces that haven’t been culled by Lena Luthor to put an end to

DC and IDW Announce LOVE IS LOVE Anthology Benefiting Equality Florida

San Diego, CA (September 21, 2016) – IDW Publishing, with the support of DC Entertainment, will honor the victims of Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub tragedy by publishing LOVE IS LOVE, an anthology graphic novel curated by writer Marc Andreyko (BATWOMAN, WONDER WOMAN ’77). In the wake of this devastating event, Andreyko assembled a group of fellow

Review: SUPERWOMAN #1

SUPERWOMAN #1 Written by Phil Jimenez Art by Phil Jimenez, Matt Santorelli, Jeromy Cox, Rob Leigh Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 10, 2016 Phil Jimenez certainly cannot be accused of decompressing his story. By the seventh page of Superwoman #1, readers have met Lana Lang, been to her farm in Smallville, followed Lana

The Million Dollar Question in DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH

And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, slouches towards Bethlehem to be born? – The Second Coming, W.B. Yeats   DC Universe: Rebirth #1 is a strange comic to try to organize thoughts around. It’s nearly impossible to judge as a story or really approach from the perspective of craft because it’s

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