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DC Comics’ Missing FCBD Story Appears in Flash Forward TPB

DC Comics' Missing FCBD Story Appears in Flash Forward TPB (Spoilers)

The big DC Comics Free Comic Book Day title was meant to be Generation Zero, an epilogue to Scott Lobdell and Brett Booth's Flash Forward, and would lead into the Generation volumes that would end with Generation Five - otherwise known as 5G It would also show off the new DC Timeline.A version of the[...]

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Brett Booth and Scott Lobdell's New Instagram Comic, A Hero Forged

A new comic book series by Scott Lobdell and Brett Booth launching for free on Instagram It's called A Hero Forged and the first issue went up on the Quarancomics channel in time for what would have been Free Comic Book Day Featuring a muscular shot of our as-yet-unamed hero being forged...[caption id="attachment_1201690" align="aligncenter" width="600"][...]

4 Pages from December's Bloodshot #4

Bloodshot on a Train for December's Bloodshot #4 [4 Page Preview]

Trapped in a bullet train, Bloodshot and his new allies, the Burned, square off against fearsome creatures in BLOODSHOT #4, an action-packed issue that serves as the perfect jumping on point before Vin Diesel makes his big screen debut as Bloodshot next year! The can't-miss issue is crafted by best-selling writer TIM SEELEY, iconic artist[...]

Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund - the New Jim Lee and Scott Williams?

Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund – the New Jim Lee and Scott Williams?

Yesterday saw the publication of Flash Forward #3 by Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, Luis Guerrero and Troy Peteri It saw Wally West, The Flash, the fastest man in the Multiverse unmoored from the restrictions of Speed Force, amping up his power levels and going toe-to-toe with the JL Dead, a parallel universe that[...]

Superman: Action Comics #997 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Superman Action Comics #997 Review: Badly Padded and Noticeably Empty

Her and Clark’s son, Jonathan Kent, follows not far behind.[caption id="attachment_795502" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman: Action Comics #997 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Action Comics’ “Booster Shot” spins ever closer to #1000 with a disheartening insistence on padding and plot tangents This arc is decompressed beyond reason, and I say that as a[...]

Action Comics #995 cover by Dan Jurgens, Trevor Scott, and Hi-Fi

Action Comics #995 Review: On the Issue of Fathers

Like I said earlier, the mystery of Jor-El and Oz is pretty far off at this point.[caption id="attachment_774091" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comics #995 art by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Brett Booth’s artwork is a welcome addition to this comic His distinctive and high-energy style fits Action Comics like a glove[...]

Titans #18 cover by Brett Booth and Andrew Dalhouse

Titans #18 Review: Duel of the Donnas

However, one in particular may not be down and out like we thought.[caption id="attachment_761279" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Titans #18 cover by Brett Booth and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]This issue brings the finale to the Troia arc as things reach their fever pitch between the two factions Admittedly, nothing is really added to the motivations of Troia beyond her[...]

Titans #16 Review: The End Of (Older) Wally West?

The young heroes are somehow conduits for this unknown force.The Titans fight back in their grief for their dead friend, but will it be enough to stop the plan of this unknown entity?[caption id="attachment_735279" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Titans #16 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Elephant in the room first: no, I don’t think[...]

Titans #15 Review: The Titans Begin To Collapse

This does detract from the issue a bit, but it doesn’t damage the narrative quality that badly.[caption id="attachment_715319" align="aligncenter" width="580"] Titans #15 art by Brett Booth[/caption]Brett Booth’s artwork is as well-suited for the title as it ever was He was an excellent choice for this iteration of the Titans, and I’m glad he’s stuck around[...]

Rebirth Recap: Titans – A Jewel Of Modern DC

That’s just kind of how art and literature works.Dan Abnett and Brett Booth’s Titans seems like a good place to start It’s sort of the prime Rebirth comic The return of Wally West was the lynchpin of DC Universe: Rebirth, and the lighter tone of Titans certainly exemplifies the direction that DC is trying to[...]

Brett Booth: Like In 1990s, Most Art Today "Looks Practically The Same," Wants Artists To Learn From His Mistakes

Not necessarily in direct response to Alonso's comments, Colleen Doran had some thoughts on the importance of art to comics, and how that the visual continuity of a book can be affected by changing artists too frequently: artist Brett Booth chimed in after retweeting some of her posts, though he warned that maybe he shouldn't:'re not sure[...]

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[...]

Brett Booth's Wildstorm Rebirth?

But in the DC Rebirth titles? Not a mention.Which meant this piece of posted art by DC artist Brett Booth got folk all of a twitter. More to come? It was noted, in the DC Rebirth announcement, a definite absence of anything Wildstorm-related The comic publisher/imprint bought by DC Comics as part of the deal that made[...]

Ethan Van Sciver Vs. Daniel Kesner

Last week, we ran an article on the work of artist Daniel Kesner, who was selling original artwork clearly swiped from other artists including Brett Booth.Since then, a few other creators locked and loaded over his continued swiping work Especially Ethan Van Sciver. copying Greg Capullo's tweets. As of this morning, all the pieces on eBay[...]

This Is Not The Work Of Brett Booth

Daniel Kesner is an artist with an eBay account, which he is using to sell original piece of artwork.But exactly how original are they? Take his image of Reverse Flash.And then take the big reveal page from Flash #40 by Brett Booth Like he did.Or compare his Darth Maul....Which seems to be a take on this version[...]