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The Outsiders, The Authority And The Return Of Planetary To DC Comics
Bleeding Cool recently was able to confirm that the twelve-issue series Outsiders by Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly and Robert Carey was a full-blown Wildstorm revival, at least of the Warren Ellis Authority/Planetary axis of it all Not everyone believed us, so we have brought receipts ahead of Tuesday's publication of Outsiders #1 Warning, these are[...]
Yup, DC's Outsiders Is A Full Blown Planetary/Authority Revival
So what next for Jim Lee's line of comic books that DC Comics paid top dollar for twenty-five years ago? #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Well, I can confirm that the upcoming twelve-issue series Outsiders by Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly[...]
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And today's Stormwatch story in The Brave And The Bold #6 ends on a very indeterminate note on the Skywatch satellite. While in Unstoppable Doom Patrol #7, there is a minor mention, as the Candlestick Man crosses from one reality to another, using The Bleed introduced in Stormwatch and The Authority back in the day. So what[...]
Warren Ellis & Bryan Hitch's Authority Sells Out Thanks To James Gunn
Penguin Random House, Walmart, Target, Books-A-Million, Powell's, Hudson Booksellers and Amazon have all sold out of The Authority Book One by Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch; Amazon doesn't even have any copies through third-party sellers on Amazon Marketplace They have all gone – for now Sources tell me that DC Comics is rushing out a further[...]
Headlining the new one "14/2 SUPERMAN and THE AUTHORITY annotations", they don't mention Superman And The Authority once Instead it's a lead-up to how that series for DC Comics went down At the time, we suspected that it was a reworked version of a comic planned for Dan DiDio's 5G reboot, and the first part[...]
DC Comics Throws Away All Continuity in Batman/Superman Authority
Today sees the publication of the Batman/Superman Authority Special by Phillip Kennedy Johnson, Trevor Hairsine, Jonathan Glapion and Ben Templesmith And rather than explaining what seemed to be continuity issues between the portrayal of Superman and The Authority in the Grant Morrison/Mikel Janin series and the regular Superman titles, it just tries to ignore any[...]
The Boomer Humor Of Grant Morrison In Superman & The Authority #2
Grant Morrison was born on January the 31st, 1960, towards the end of what is defined as the Baby Boomer generation, these days often dismissed as "boomers." And in today's Superman & The Authority #2 with Mikel Janin, they really want to show how down with the kids they are Or realising just how embarrassing[...]
DC Comics, WildStorm, The Authority and WildCATS - Big Spoilers
During his DC Fandome addresses, Lee stated that more WildStorm characters would be returning to the DC Universe in 2021. DC Comics, WildStorm, The Authority and WildCATS – Big Spoilers The pulped-and-relegated DC Comics Generations Zero teased the return of Wildstorm characters Midnighter and Apollo came to Future State: Superman and then Action Comics, while Grifter joined[...]
Bryan Hitch, Olivier Coipel, Frank Quitely & Mark Millar Original Art
for The Ultimates, The Magic Order and The Authority Here is what is available this week from the Sunday & Monday Comics, Animation, Video Games & Art Weekly Online Auction 122106 First by Coipel from The Magic Order #2, currently being made into a Netflix show. Olivier Coipel Olivier Coipel, Olivier Coipel The Magic Order Story Pages 2-4 Original Art[...]
TOLDJA: The Return Of The Authority To DC Comics
It is a truth universally acknowledged that no one has been able to do DC Comics/Wildstorm's The Authority right aside from Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch, then Mark Millar and Frank Quitely/Chris Weston/Arthur Adams Not even Grant Morrison managed But, as Bleeding Cool told you, it looks like DC Comics are going to have another[...]
Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch – Reuniting on Batman?
I'd already started asking around – sometimes all you need is a thread to pull. And I have been told from multiple sources that, indeed, not only is Bryan Hitch drawing a Batman comic book for DC Comics, but that Warren Ellis is writing it. Hitch and Ellis teamed up for Stormwatch, then The Authority, twenty years[...]
The Wildstorm 25th Anniversary Project With Full Visual UPDATE – Fiona Staples, Lee Bermejo, Jim Lee, Bryan Hitch, J Scott Campbell, Warren Ellis And More –
A Jeff Scott Campbell Gen 13 story, a Brett Booth Backlash story, a Dustin Nguyen Wildcats 3.0 story and the Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch Authority story that will also be seen in Absolute Authority's new printing. UPDATE: Our man on the scene, Matthew Quitney e-mails in with the full breakdown. A hardcover Wildstorm retrospective book will be[...]
Of Course SHIELD Are The Bad Guys, You've Only Just Realised?
X-Men for a reason. But if you are troubled by the actions of SHIELD at the end of the second season – where were you for the rest of the MCU? There have been similar arguments about the likes of Judge Dredd and The Authority, the creators of whom had stated that they were the bad guys,[...]
Midnighter Just Had A One Night Stand With Warren Ellis
As in Warren Ellis, the co-creator of Midnighter, from Stormwatch and then The Authority Okay, he may not look like Warren Ellis does… …but he does just seem to have "met" his maker So that's how the comic begins, does it continue in a sexual manner?That "spastic shots" mention might be something of concern to some but…[...]
Swipe File: The Avengers NOW And The Authority THEN (Spoilers)
The concept was introduced in a previous issue, and I confess to a skull tickle back then, but today it was like someone hitting my head with a mallet. Because this is The Authority #10 and #11 by Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch In which large amounts of nasty shit from a godlike creature have been[...]
Mark Millar And Frank Quitely's Jupiter's Children From Image Comics This Summer
But they are best known for their work on The Authority which, basically, made them both, despite having worked in comics for over a decade. Millar described the book to CBR, saying; "It opens in France in the 1920s, which immediately for a superhero story is a very different location We start on a bunch of explorers[...]