Tag Archives: Constantine

NUMBERS GAME: DC Comics — May 2013

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

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

MOM’S COVER WATCH: March 20, 2013

It’s March 20, 2013, and MOM is back in the saddle, ready to rumble and share just a few of her favorite covers of the week. SAGA #11 Written by Brian K. Vaughn Cover Art by Fiona Staples Published by Image Comics One of the things that has helped the Saga covers stand out is

HOT FIVE: Week of March 20, 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.

Batgirl #17

Review: BATGIRL #17

BATGIRL #17 Written by Ray Fawkes Art by Daniel Sampere Release Date: February 13, 2013 The fallout from “Death of the Family” is touched on in this issue as Barbara Gordon heals up, hunts down the Joker’s henchmen and has another run-in with her brother. Also, Young Romance #1 promised Ricky would get his chance with

INTERVIEW: Ray Fawkes Braves the Dark with CONSTANTINE

Writer/artist Ray Fawkes has quickly become one of the most prolific new creators to join the ranks of DC Comics’ New 52, co-writing Justice League Dark with Jeff Lemire, and now launching an ongoing series starring one of its most popular lead characters, Constantine! Fawkes generously took time out of his busy schedule to answer

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far in the New 52 (though we know from the Justice League International Annual that he does exist), his chalkboard has been replaced by John Constantine’s bulletin board.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