The big release this month, at least where comics are concerned, was the launch of DC Universe. DC Universe is a streaming service hyped for its inclusion of lots of television and movies. Also included is a fair library of DC comic books going back to Action Comics #1. I like this inclusion, and it's one reason that I will most likely keep the service. There are a lot of holes, such as a dearth of Legion of Super-Heroes comics, and there's no efficient way to browse the titles available on my TV. On my phone I can see all of the available titles. Given that it just launched, I'm not terribly concerned. I trust that they will improve it. There are some gems, like both Prez series, including the excellent 2015 series by Mark Russell and Ben Caldwell. Naturally, it looks very Batman heavy right now, but with the new Titans television series set to debut soon, there are a lot of issues of Teen Titans available, including the first year of the landmark New Teen Titans series by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez. I wanted to go into this early period for the series, as it was at a point in George Pérez's development as an artist that the hallmarks of his style were developing. It's also good to get a look at a team that wasn't yet familiar with each other in the manner that has come to define the team. I also decided to look at an issue I have never read., since it's usually priced out of my reach. It's the first appearance of Deathstroke, the Terminator.
Hey gang, Mezco has launched a new pre-order for their upcoming One 12 Collective Deathstroke figure. Without having this in hand, I must say the images look fantastic. This one will sure be a crowd pleaser when released. With Deathstroke rumored to be in the next Batman movie one has to wonder how high his
Let's talk about where New Teen Titans turned a corner. Here is where the subplot of Terra infiltrating the Titans started building to the head that was the Judas Contract, which became the first major tragedy for the New Teen Titans. It changed them and set the stage for new characters and a shift away from the "Teen" Titans.
Here is part 3 to this month DC Comics Solicitations for August. We decided to break it up a bit due to all the inbound SDCC news and regular feature article. In other words we got busy! Never the less, these look to be quite excellent and those Injustice issues look mighty tasty. Read on for more!
Part 3 to DC Comics June Solits are here and we have some big stories unfolding. The most anticipated story is emerging from Justice League. Read on for all the details!
Secret Origins, Star-Spangled War Stories Featuring G.I. Zombie, Green Lantern Corps, Green Lantern: New Guardians, Red Lanterns, Aquaman and the Others, Klarion, Trinity of Sin, Worlds' Finest, Arkham Manor, Batwoman and Swamp Thing will draw to a close after their March issues. Don't fret though, I am sure DC will be adding more titles after Convergence.
Here is the first part of the DC Comics New 52 Group Solicits! JUSTICE LEAGUE #37 Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by JASON FABOK Cover by JIM LEE and SCOTT WILLIAMS Variant cover by DARWYN COOKE 1:25 Variant cover by MICHAEL CHOI On sale DECEMBER 17 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T
ARROW STATUE SCULPTED BY GENTLE GIANT STUDIOS This new version of the sold-out ARROW statue not only features a brand-new head sculpt with his hood down and mask on but also Oliver’s all-new bow seen in Season Two of the hit CW TV series. Limited Edition of 5,200 Measures Approximately 13″ Tall $124.95 US •
An extremely limited new colored version of the Arkham Origins Deathstroke Play Arts Kai Figure is coming to NYCC 2014! Square Enix revealed the new repaint last night, which will feature a metallic gold/black color scheme. The Deathstroke figure will include interchangeable hands, a hand gun, rifle, club staff, and a sword. The figure will be
AQUAMAN #36 Written by JEFF PARKER Art and cover by PAUL PELLETIER and SEAN PARSONS Lego Variant cover On sale NOVEMBER 26 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T Aquaman races to find his mother, who is suddenly very much alive – even though her presence threatens to destroy everything he has built
MTVNews is reporting that DC Collectibles will be releasing a killer Deathstroke mini bust! The bust will stand 6″ tall and will be made of resin. Deathstroke will also be sporting his New 52 costume, which Jim Lee designed. No price was provided but he will be released in January 2015. Read on for more
(BALTIMORE, MD) – (May 23, 2014)- The infamous DC Comics villain Deathstroke is making his debut as an exclusive POP! Vinyl figure from FUNKO! The new Deathstroke POP! Figure is featured in both his traditional body suit and in a metallic version that fans can pre-order from the May issue of PREVIEWS from their local