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I collaborated with Brian Azzarello on SUPERMAN: FOR TOMORROW, so that might make me a little biased, but I think he's one of the best writers in the comic book industry. His work is smart, funny and crisp. The kind of stuff that makes an artist look good.
The internet has been flooded with photos of thousands of North Koreans gathering to mourn the passing of their dear leader Kim Jong Il. But is that really why all these people are crying? Turns out, no, it’s not.
The end of the year means a lot of things: traffic around Times Square, midnight kisses and the clinking of champagne flutes across the globe and gyms full of people looking to stick to their resolutions. But in the publishing industry, one thing that the end of the year also signifies is the publication of various “best of the year” lists.
Time is running out for the Legionnaires to save the border worlds of the United Planets from an unknown alien menace. But to what extremes will a team that is so young need to go in order to stand a fighting chance against such a grave threat?
LEGION: SECRET ORIGIN #3, in stores on Wednesday, is written by industry legend Paul Levitz and is illustrated by Chris Batista & Marc Deering.
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Throughout the month of December, we here at THE SOURCE have been giving you daily holiday gift ideas. And while everything we’ve suggested are (in our humble opinions at least) fantastic gifts to give, be sure not to forget to treat yourself to something this year too!
Last month, you were reintroduced to the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents with the first issue of a new six part miniseries, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS VOL. 2.
Under editor Shelly Bond’s watch, assistant editor Greg Lockard grills J. Bone in the days before he begins working on iZOMBIE issue #21 (on sale 1/4). cover #21 by Mike Allred GL: What was your first thought when you heard you'd be guest-jamming with Roberson and Allred on iZOMBIE?