Tag Archives: J. Michael Straczynski

Interview: J. Michael Straczynski Kicks Off Joe’s Comics With TEN GRAND

Interview: J. Michael Straczynski Kicks Off Joe’s Comics With TEN GRAND

Heavyweight writer J. Michael Straczynski announced at Comic-Con in 2012 that he would be reviving his Joe’s Comics imprint and on May 1, 2013 the return will be official. Straczynski will team with Ben Templesmith to bring Ten Grand to store shelves, a tale of a mob enforcer willing to go to great lengths for

Straczynski’s TEN GRAND Coming to Image Comics

J. Michael Straczynski’s Ten Grand will be published through Image Comics. Official Press Release The solicitations that went out the weekend of February 16th confirm the news: the relaunch of Joe’s Comics, the imprint that createdMidnight Nation and Rising Stars, is officially underway with the first of what will be an entire line of new, original titles.

COMICS FOR HEROES Presents: The December File

I hope everyone had a great December and enjoyed their holiday or holidays.  2012 was a great year for comics.  Here are the books I read in December and my recommendations for you.  Be sure to check out what Comics For Heroes is up to and how you can help over at our site and

Read Between the Lines: Spider-Man, 100 Steps At A Time

Amazing Spider-Man #700 came out this week and odds are you are going to react in an extreme way either for or against when you read it. Before that happens, let’s look back at the other 100th issue milestones from Amazing Spider-Man. Usually met with fanfare, it’s a bit of a mixed bag of the


SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE Volume 2 Written by J. Michael Straczynski Art by Shane Davis Release Date: October 31, 2012 DC Comics continues its mass-market series of graphic novels featuring its most recognizable super-heroes with a second volume of Superman: Earth One. Set in a decidedly more grounded world than the monthly continuity, this 136 page

Crisis of Epic Proportion: The Case for Imaginary Stories

I was recently flipping through some website or another and realized that, despite my best intentions for the better part of the last two years, I’d never read Brave and the Bold #33 (second series, of course). This is pretty unusual for a bunch of reasons, not limited to: Barbara Gordon as Batgirl, Zatanna, Wonder


BEFORE WATCHMEN: DR. MANHATTAN #1 Written by J. Michael Straczynski Art by Adam Hughes Release Date: August 22, 2012 The final Before Watchmen mini-series launches and it may hold the key to the existence of this entire universe. In the original classic, Dr. Manhattan is quite the paradox. He’s all-knowing and all-powerful, having complete control