As Dan Jurgens' 30th Anniversary of the Death of Superman is hitting, Dynamite Entertainment is getting in with Dan Jurgens writing their new Tarzan series, Lord Of The Jungle #1, going to FOC today, with two new covers revealed by the online newspaper strip and series artist Benito Gallego, doing a cover evocative of Tarzan[...]
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The new Tarzan series from Dynamite, not actually called Tarzan of course due to trademark issues, but Lord Of The Jungle, is written by Dan Jurgens Who is also writing the return to the Death Of Superman storyline for its 30th anniversary, which will be published the day after the newly rescheduled date for Lord[...]
So they have released this video with new PR interviews with Dan Jurgens, Louise Simonson, Roger Stern, Jerry Ordway, and original editor Mike Carlin, talking about the origins and impact of the original crossover event as well as its revival thirty years on. DC has reunited the original creative teams of Dan Jurgens and Brett Breeding;[...]
Original writer/artist on the series, including the infamous Superman #75, Dan Jurgens quote tweeted it adding "BIG DAY." Especially, I guess, for the Man of Tomorrow. Tomorrow is not a new comics release day for DC Comics, at least not in print Maybe on the DC Universe Infinite App? Or maybe it is an announcement[...]
Dan Jurgens and Benito Gallego will be launching a new Tarzan comic book from Dynamite, only they can't call it that because of trademark issues, so Lord Of The Jungle #1 it is, for November Nick Barucci of Dynamite recalls "when Top Cow was launching Tomb Raider for the first time, they had talked to numerous[...]
And the way they're doing it is by recycling… some old Dan Jurgens art into a variant cover for Ben Reilly: Spider-Man #1, in stores in January Thank you, Marvel. From the press release: This January, fans will get the chance to return to the era when Ben Reilly was the one, true Spider-Man in BEN REILLY:[...]
X-Men Legends has been bridging gaps, explaining obscure continuity, and bringing classic creative teams to X-Men stories for almost a year now. In December, with issue #10, Fabian Nicieza will return to the book bringing along Dan Jurgens on artwork. Nicieza launched X-Men Legends with a tale set during his 1990's run on X-Men, and[...]
But there are also a few notable names missing… Suicide Squad screencap John Ostrander (above) – creator of the modern-day Suicide Squad, co-creator of Amanda Waller, John Economos, Flo Crawley, and Briscoe. Luke McDonnell – artist on the original Suicide Squad series, co-creator of John Economos, Flo Crawley, and Briscoe. Ross Andru – co-creator of Rick Flag, co-creator of original[...]
Dan Jurgens, writer/artist of the six-million selling Superman #75 also not included, added "I think what surprises me most about all this is people trying to correct us like we're somehow wrong and don't know what we're talking about" with Lies, Damn Lies, Dan Slott, And Rob Liefeld replying "Dan Jurgens & Myself, two best[...]
DC Comics has announced a new eight-issue mini-series, Blue & Gold, starring Booster Gold and Blue Beetle, by Booster Gold's creator Dan Jurgens, alongside Ryan Sook And they have speech balloons on the cover as well. Dan Jurgens and Ryan Sook's Blue & Gold From DC Comics in July Michael Carter, aka Booster Gold A scoundrel from[...]
Yesterday, DC Comics published Nightwing #77, by Dan Jurgens and Jurgens is longstanding comic book writer and artist and is not known for overtly political commentary in his comic books But then again, he is the creator of Booster Gold, a character who stole technology from his time to become a superhero in ours, is[...]
DC Comics titles today have ads for Generations: Shattered, the cross-time caper led by Dan Jurgens, spinning out of Detective Comics #1027 and Dark Nights: Death Metal and maybe, just maybe, having some relevance to Future State and what will follow it And laying out when and where the various characters have their origins. The Cast[...]
This issue finally allows all that tedious business to be done, allowing everyone to finally say, "at last, it's over." This feeling of relief should not come with any great sense of joy, as it's a grim and workmanlike method that got us here, with a contrived battle between Nightwing and the perhaps again relevant KGBeast[...]
Though Detective Comics #1027 indicates that they may have a shared cast. DC Future State in January and February 2021 The Detective Comics #1027 sh0rt story written and drawn by Dan Jurgens saw Batman's history and continuity changing from something seen as close to the current model to something closer to the proposed new DC Timeline model[...]
Today sees one of those stories, Generations: Shattered, originally from Generation One, written and drawn by Dan Jurgens with finishes from Kevin Nowlan, coloured by Hi Fi and appearing in Detective Comics #1027. UPDATE: Or not.Dan Jurgens tweeted out; Contrary to the errant claim of a disreputable website, my story in Detective Comics 1027 was not produced[...]
However, it appears that one of the stories from Generation One will appear in the upcoming Detective Comics #1027, as Generations: Fractured by Dan Jurgens and Kevin Nowlan Here's what DC has to say about Detective Comics #1027 now – as well as kicking off the next big Batman event. What's in the "Black Casebook?" When DC[...]
Nightwing is about to emerge from The Joker War with some new energy, which draws the attention of the villainous KGBeast in Dan Jurgens continuing run Does this spell trouble for Nightwing? While Batman deals with his own drama over on his own title, Nightwing #75 is expected to introduce major changes to the eponymous[...]
Oh, and plus, his grandfather is an immortal assassin for the Court of Owls who tried and failed to install a false life history on top of "Ric's" memories like an off-brand operating system. The cover of Nightwing #71 published by DC Comics with the creative team of Dan Jurgens, Ronan Cliquet, Nick Filardi, and Andworld[...]
Kamandi takes pity on the loyal butler and tries to reunite him with his long-lost family… however unsusual that reunion might be, THE LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES – Stealth Mode by Dan Jurgens, Norm Rampund (happy birthday Norm), Hi-Fi, Ryan Christy, Liz Erickson and Katie Kubert In the far future of the 31st century, the super-powered teens[...]
Jonathan Samuel Kent, the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, was created as a character by Dan Jurgens for the Convergence: Superman series, though playing on previous alternate history versions of who the children of the two stalwarts of DC Comics would be. He was later established by Jurgens as the son of a previous[...]
Um, Spoilers. What the Daily Planet Think About 'Cuck Kent' in Action Comics #1012… Speculator Corner: Today's Marvel Comics Presents #6 – First Appearance of Wolverine's (Spoiler) How Batman: Damned #3 Changes Azzarello and Bermejo's Joker – and Goes Deep on Killing Joke (Spoilers) The New Borderlands 2 DLC Throws More Shade at David Eddings Happening today: Babor celebration at Comics[...]
But it looks like DC has found a replacement, as a leaked-on-4chan solicit for April's Nightwing #59 lists a new writer, Dan Jurgens, alongside current artist Chris Mooneyham on Nightwing #59 Will Jurgens be taking over as a permanent replacement? And will he undo that stupid "Ric Grayson" name change? You can read the full solicit below,[...]
The Green Lanterns save an alien species while Simon Baz accidentally frees Cyborg Superman from the Fortress of Solitude. Is it a good read?
Comics for Your Pull Box, September 5th, 2018: Prepare for the Coming of the Asgardians of the Galaxy
Wednesday draws near, and that means that it's time for another Comics for Your Pull Box. What is worth your time? We'll tell you here.
Batman Beyond and the new Robin are cornered by Scarecrow and the crazed citizens of Neo-Gotham. Can they survive? Is it a good read?
The Green Lanterns have been scattered and are under heavy fire. However, Simon Baz has left and heads for Earth. Is it a good read?
Hi-Fi darkens their own color work to a compliment the shadowed and line-heavy style of Santucci, and it works well. Green Lanterns #52 is another solid showing from Dan Jurgens The story is interesting, the conflict is tense, and the art looks good It's an all-around solid comic and earns a recommendation Check it out. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form[...]
Dan Jurgens shows his expertise in this field tempered by decades of writing, and Conrad and Baron make the book look great This one earns a recommendation Check it out. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Gotham is falling into chaos The Jokerz are rioting in the street, but they're not alone Normal everyday citizens are also wreaking[...]
Words and photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool's Mike Sangregorio: Saturday saw the DC World's Finest Panel, moderated by one of the DC All Access hosts and featuring creators Liam Sharpe, Marc Andreyko, Dan Jurgens, Sam Humphries, Robert Venditti, Tom Taylor, Tim Seeley, and Mitch Gerads as panelists. The panel began by congratulating Gerads on his Eisner win the[...]
It sells the more serious vibe which Dan Jurgens' writing is pitching Plus, Hi-Fi brings a more dim and grim color palette, which adds to that ominous atmosphere while remaining appealing to the eye. Green Lanterns #51 is an interesting turn for the title I do miss the optimism, one-liners, and fun chemistry of Simon and[...]