GOING THROUGH AN AWKWARD PHRASE DEPT.
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Nick Cardy, one of the industry’s greatest artists. A talented draftsman with a knack for layout and energetic cover design, Cardy’s art leapt off the page and helped redefine some of DC Comics’ most lasting characters for a new age.
Like many early comic pros, Cardy began his career working under the tutelage of the legendary Will Eisner, as part of the Eisner and Iger studio. But it was his arrival at DC Comics in 1950 that saw the artist begin to show signs of the legend that would soon form around him.
WHAT HAPPENS IN VEGAS GRAYS IN VEGAS DEPT.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read GREEN LANTERN ANNUAL #2 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
Relic was right. The light had run out and the universe was truly in trouble. His goal to break through the Source Wall and refill the Reservoir for the Emotional Spectrum – the Light Source – was the only way to restore balance to the Universe. Except it wasn’t up to him to do it.
This week marked the launch of the highly anticipated new limited series THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE by renowned fantasy writer Neil Gaiman and artist J.H. Williams, III. If you haven't kept up with the press coverage, check out some of the hightlights below.
FONEBONE FRIDAY DEPT.
CLOTHING COMMENTS DEPT.
ALL HALLOW'S EEK DEPT.
It's a good time to be bad. Not only because today's Halloween—the day ghouls and goblins, monsters and monsterettes get to roam the streets in search of sweet, sweet candy goodness—but also because in the world of DC Comics, bad guys are pretty much reigning supreme right now.