The final comic book artwork by John Buscema was for a series called JLA Barbarians that would have combined Buscema's artistic history drawing superhero comic books and Conan The Barbarian The book, written by Roy Thomas, was never published as John Buscema was diagnosed with stomach cancer after finishing the first issue and died shortly[...]
It's JLA Omnibus time Recently, Bleeding Cool pointed out the printing errors – both in print and digital – of the recent Underworld Unleashed collection from DC Comics But we were also made aware of some/thing just as obvious about the recently published JLA Omnibus featuring the work of Grant Morrison and Howard Porter. A Very[...]
Seems The Flash crossover from the Arrowverse's "Crisis" event was only the beginning of future possible crossovers- but there's no rush.
And somewhat separate from the Hall Of Justice being rebuilt – but could there be a dimensional door? But the JLA will no longer be a superhero team in the traditional sense of the word… And we have a name and a cast-list Lobo begone, but it looks as if this is what writer Steve Orlando –[...]
The JLA recently discovered a place where Ahl, the God of Superheroes, touched the Earth beneath Mount Justice, and Chronos wants to use that to go back and time and prevent Ahl from allowing superheroes to be born on Earth. Justice League of America #27 cover by David Williams and Steve Buccellato It's nice to see Chronos[...]
A few pages are spent on the Justice League of America looking towards the future, and some are spent on showing Ray Palmer in the microverse before the JLA found him These weren't inherently wasted pages In fact, it's uncommon that a comic covers this much space in a single issue However, there is some[...]
Yet another panel listing for New York Comic Con seems to suggest some big news to come, this time for Vertigo and DC's Young Animal.
No, JLA #10 is important because it tells a story that reflects the times we live in, and has an important message about it. And before someone complains about comics on a soapbox, JLA is far from that JLA is fun, enjoyable superhero comics fare, it just happens to have a message of hope, connectedness and[...]
Bleeding Cool celebrates Pride Month by coming together and talking about some of the comics and creators to be proud of this month.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] [Spoiler Warning – There will be some mild spoilers in this review] Cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado & Marcelo Maiolo The JLA Rebirth: The Ray one shot had a lot riding on it for me It's the return of a classic character I've always been a bit of a fan of, it's a gay male[...]
Bryan Hitch's JLA Gets A Sudden Fill-In Next Week With Matt Kindt, Rob Williams, Philip Tan And Jason Paz
There are several DC Comics changes between solicitation and publication coming down the pipe. But let's start with the big one. Justice League Of America
Put another way, Adam Strange adventures out of love (of a place, of a woman) and wins the day through quick thinking, and that's a pretty appealing premise. Also he has a jet pack and a laser gun, which are always fun. Let's take a look at my first exposure to the character, in this two-part JLA[...]
Lots of customers who don't like what they're finding in the pages of the new DC and Marvel titles are going back to the periods when they enjoyed the books the most. Very strong out of the gate for JLA and Robin Otherwise a so-so week Thors did less than half of Thor, which I feared[...]
There are some odd disparities in the Superman comic books right now. In the the main Supertitles, Superman has had his secret identity revealed as Clark
In 1987, it was relaunched as Justice League, then Justice League International, before splitting into Justice League of America and Justice League Europe. From 1997 to 2006, it was renamed with the initials JLA before switching back to Justice League of America The for the New 52 relaunch we got Justice League and Justice League International – and[...]