Brian Michael Bendis has revealed that in Superman #18, Superman will reveal his secret identity of Clark Kent to the world. (source) It was revealed in the solicitations, but readers expect those to be hyperbole. In an Interview with the New York Times, Bendis revealed that this development will not be a bait-and-switch.
There are some comics that are just right for the time. Superman Smashes the Klan is one of those books.
My fascination with a multiverse hasn't been to the forefront in a while. However, in going back over my coverage of the Multiversity Guidebook, I was really fond of Earth-38. That Earth is based entirely on the series of Elseworlds series Superman & Batman: Generations. The premise of the series is that Superman and Batman debuted in 1939 and aged in real time. Many of their adventures would mirror the stories as they were published. Of course, the fact that the characters and their supporting casts aged meant that some stories wouldn't be the same.
It seems like forever since I reviewed a new comic, much less read a new batman comic. It seems like I only show up in Gotham when something big is happening. However, this issue caught my eye because it's an Amanda Conner one. The preview pages had the feeling that Tom King was giving her a script that suited her talents and were much like the work that she and her husband Jimmy Palmiotti have come to be known for. While I like the creators behind this issue, I really dislike the way Batman has been treated in recent years.
Superman maintains a secret identity as Clark Kent. Everyone knows about it and the lengths that he goes to maintain it. However, what if his story was written from the beginning to be a mystery to even the reader?
At Wal-Marts all over the country, DC Comics makes stories available featuring their greatest heroes. The general purpose seems to be to get comics in the hands of new readers, perhaps even those that do not have easy access to a comic book shop. The general public will read this as "kids," and in some cases, they're not far off. That's why it's disturbing that the original content offered up in Superman Giant #7 is literally twelve pages of Lois Lane being repeatedly tortured and murdered.
DC Collectibles had some surprises that was not announced the other day. The big one was the Jim Lee Superman statue and trust me, this one is awesome. Also shown was The Batman who Laughs. Also the Icons are done but DC has new figures coming to take their place. These figures will be 7″
Mezco rocked Toy Fair and here are the full reveals! Also shown were some older product that we have already seen and hopefully we will have these soon enough. Look for new Living Dead Dolls and so much more! Read on for all the awesome images!! More pics to come
DC Collectibles has provided us with a press release highlighting new products for August 2018! We have a new statue line so read on for more info and images! Look for high res images soon as Toy Fair is less than a month away!
Check out all the post Toy Fair pre-orders from BBTS! Read on for all the info!
BBTS just released their latest newsletter and this one is a must see! New Transformers, Aliens, DST and much more fills this update. As always, shop with confidence and BBTS will take care of you. Enough talking, now onto the toys!! Newsletter December 21, 2016 MP11-ND DIRGE Incorporating the design of the G1 toy
Mezco has provided info on yet another awesome One 12 Collective figure. This time we are getting a classic Superman! Honestly, I have no words on how awesome this looks so click on through and see Superman for yourself!