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Doomsday Clock cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson
People are rioting in the streets, the European Union is disintegrating, Russia is (allegedly) making moves across Europe, and the American government is seizing control of every news network in the nation. All of this, and someone dressed as Rorschach has broken into a prison with the intent of breaking out an old villain, the Marionette,[...]
Doomsday Clock
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Naturally, everyone is talking about Doomsday Clock #1, from DC Comics by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank, Brad Anderson and Rob Leigh There's a whole heap of reasons for this comic to have so much discussion, from the fact that DC are placing such importance on it in a never-before-seen amount of PR support (seriously,[...]
Justice League Coins
The Royal Canadian Mint is issuing a series of Justice League coins that will be available at the show, with art by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson One of them is even lenticular! The coins will be available in the following denominations: a 25-cent cupro-nickel lenticular coin animating all six members of the Justice League; a trio of 1oz[...]
justice league comic
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Justice League #26 starts a new story, Legacy, in the series, written by Bryan Hitch with art by Fernando Pasarin, Oclair Albert, and Brad Anderson It's a very interesting and intriguing setup too, as we meet the children of the Justice League in some new dystopian view of tomorrow. Justice League #26 cover by Bryan[...]
Maybe The Real Villain Of Doomsday Clock IS Superboy-Prime
CBR published a very interesting theory on the notion that the real big bad of Doomsday Clock, the new 4-issue event from Geoff Johns, Gary Frank and Brad Anderson coming November that promises to be the resolution of the DC/Watchmen/Rebirth mystery, may in fact be Superboy-Prime. It's a great article, with a ton of fantastic points[...]
Feels, Twists But No New Breaks In The Case – Batman #22 Review
The art from Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson is superb too Clean, bright where it should be, dark in the right places, and feeling like event-quality artwork throughout All together, a tightly knit package that makes for a great read. And it has a wonderful emotional moment in it, which feels like a potential real sticking[...]