If you’ve seen today’s “DC All Access” bonus clip, you know that while he was at NYCC, Blair spoke with Charles Soule and Tony S. Daniel about their new Superman/Wonder Woman comic book and its character-spanning cover spread. You can check out the clip below, if you haven’t seen it:
Halloween is just over two weeks away, so we thought we’d kick off the celebration early with a special edition of Caption This!
As we get closer to October 31st, the Halloween party invites start rolling in, and our heroes and villains aren’t ones to object to a little costume-clad fun. But what happens when they don’t let their friends in on what they’ll be wearing? Well, you wind up with slightly awkward moments like this…
FEUD POISONING DEPT.
Yesterday, some of the artists who worked on THE SANDMAN shared their first memory of THE SANDMAN. In today’s installment of the 25 Days of Sandman we asked the artists to share their favorite panel from this monumental series and to describe what it means to them. Some chose their own art while others spoke reverently of their peers.
Take a look at the gallery above and match the artwork with the description from the artist.
You already know that the Justice League is presumed dead and that the Crime Syndicate has arrived following the tragic events of this summer’s blockbuster “Trinity War.”
With the heroes gone, everything is up for grabs. Ultraman, Superwoman, and Owlman, plus all the villains you love to hate, have unleashed a wave of evil that seems to have no end! Reuniting the superstar creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist David Finch, FOREVER EVIL begins.
SKETCHY CHARACTERS DEPT.
HAIR APPARENT DEPT.
Remember the first time you entered the world of The Endless? Whether you were there from the beginning with THE SANDMAN #1 or you joined at some point in the last twenty-five years, every fan can recall their first memory of THE SANDMAN.
With this installment of the 25 Days of Sandman, we asked many of the artists that have helped bring Neil Gaiman’s THE SANDMAN to life to share their first memories on the job.
BERG'S EYE VIEW TO A SHILL DEPT.
As most of you know, Superman is celebrating his 75th Anniversary this year. To help commemorate this impressive milestone, Man of Steel director Zack Snyder teamed up with artist and animator extraordinaire Bruce Timm to create a two-minute short that traces the Man of Steel’s history from Superman’s debut on the cover of 1938’s Action Comics #1 all the way to Henry Cavill in Man of Steel. It’s a must-see for any fan of Superman or comic books in general, and if you haven’t seen it, you can check it out below: