And today sees the release of just such a comic, Batman: The Detective #1, drawn by Andy Kubert, in which Batman comes to London hunting down a mystery. We see him in the Lancashire moors, which is acceptable Then heading to London, to find former squire and current Knight, Beryl Hutchinson in hospital And a new[...]
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But there was no new Squire. Bleeding Cool understands that this will be changing with the new Batman: The Detective comic by Tom Taylor and Andy Kubert set, initially in London I have no idea if the British police will have guns this time, but Batman will be in town So will Beryl Hutchinson as The[...]
Batman: The Dark Knight #1 from Tom Taylor, Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson, out in April And, it seems, set in London – at least initially Which means we will get to see whether or not the London police have guns or not this time And all part of the new DC Omniverse… Batman: The Dark[...]
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REVIEW: Superman Up In The Sky #6 – "A Primer For Anyone Who Needs To Understand How The Creation Of Siegel And Shuster Endures"
=(DC Comics, creative team: Tom King, Andy Kubert, Sandra Hope, Brad Anderson, Clayton Cowles) There has been nothing wrong with the previous five issues in this series Superman, at his core, has been doggedly doing his Superman thing, hell bent on saving a single child, abducted by some alien warlord Here's the thing: writer Tom King[...]
Tom King is working on something with Andy Kubert Well, yeah, there's that one thing, the Superman 100-Page Giant story, in issue #3, available now at Walmart (the only place you can buy both comics and a knife to stab them with) But he's also working on something with Andy Kubert involving Sgt Rock, King[...]
He then sends the New Challengers to Skartaris, Meanwhile, we learn of Krunch's past and his association with the Dingbats of Danger Street in Metropolis. New Challengers #3 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson The story of the New Challengers continues to complicate with the arrival of the original Challengers of the Unknown There is clearly[...]
A person calling himself the Prof arrives and informs them that they have been selected to become the next generation of the Challengers of the Unknown. New Challengers #1 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson The New Challengers #1 revives the Challengers of the Unknown with a dark edge to the proceedings The comic opens with[...]
Revealed in the Edelweiss catalog this morning, Flashpoint is getting am Andy Kubert sketch edition called Flashpoint Unwrapped. Drawn on for The CW's Flash TV show and the upcoming Flash DCEU movie (whose title is now also Flashpoint), Flashpoint (the comic super-mega-crossover event) by Kubert and DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff "Jeff" Johns also kicked off DC's[...]
This DC Artist Masterclass video was filmed during San Diego Comic-Con and features some of DC's top artists: Amanda Conner, Tony Daniel, Jim Lee, John Romita Jr., Greg Capullo and Andy Kubert The group talks about breaking into comics while four of them draw. The really interesting thing is that they filmed this in 360 degrees,[...]
These journal entries weave through the entire comic and are brought to life by artist Andy Kubert. Batman is out in the world, continuing to search for these artifacts that may aid in his quest He runs across the likes of Wonder Woman and Talia al Ghul in these sections, which are done up by John[...]
Review for Dark Days: The Casting, the second prelude comic for DC event, Metal. By Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, Jim Lee, Andy Kubert and many more.
So does Batman trust this murderous psychopath with this information? Did the Joker get in on his own, or did Bruce let him in? The problem is, I don't care to get the answers of these questions because it's so obviously a shock-stinger that could not possibly have a satisfying answer. This book has a very talented[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Art by Andy Kubert Dark Days: The Forge is our first piece of the story towards DC's big major crossover event, Metal It's also the first major crossover event that Scott Snyder has written that spans the whole DC universe, and not just the Bat-family So how does it stack up? In a word: Broadly. This issue,[...]
Improbable Previews: Dark Days The Forge Triple Feature With Jim Lee, Andy Kubert, and John Romita Jr.
and Jonathan Glapion: And finally, one by Andy Kubert: Dark Days: The Forge #1 is in stores June 14. Every so often, comic book publishers send out previews of upcoming comics without any of the lettering finished The result, while pretty to look at, leaves readers wondering just what the hell is going on in those pages[...]