The DeMultiverse is a new series of four comic books written by JM DeMatteis, known for Justice League International, Moonshadow, and Spider-Man: Kraven's Last Hunt, and are being crowdfunded by its publisher, the new imprint Spellbound Comics. The four stories, a fantasy, a classic superhero, a supernatural Western, and a Philip K Dick-meets-Matrix-meets-Kirby's New Gods book[...]
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Even with its flaws, Blue Beetle #10 was still a great read, and I'd recommend it to just about anyone who likes a fun adventure story.
Writer J.M. DeMatteis talked with Tiffany Smith of DC All-Access about the new Justice League 3001 and whether it was always his idea to do an all-female
Batman: Bad Blood has gotten a new trailer and an official release date. The latest animated series from Warner Home Entertainment will be available on
Okay, there are spoilers below, specifically for today's issue of Justice League 3000. But if there are any fans of the DeMatteis/Giffen ere of the
Secondly it's drawn by Howard Porter who is soooooo much better at his craft than in is Grant Morrison JLA run, totally reinventing himself from the
And Bozz Chronicles with the fill-in artist issue redrawn. And now we move from the eighties to the nineties with JM DeMatteis and Paul Johnson's Mercy, a graphic novella fully painted and published by DC Comics twenty-one years ago in 1993 This is how it looked back then. And these are the some of the behind-the-scenes thumbnail pages[...]
Justice League 3000 is a book by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Howard Porter, featuring the parasitic clones of DC Comics' Justice League, a thousand
We got quite the treasure-trove of first look images from Red Circle Comic's The Fox #5 this week including covers by Dean Haspiel, Howard Chaykin and
By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu J.M DeMatteis is a comic book writer famous for many things, including the classic ‘Kraven’s Last Hunt’ storyline that ran on
The Fox, a revival of a Silver Age hero with plenty of early hero homage, but also a psychedelic and thought-provoking new take on a reluctant hero, is
The Fox, featuring an updated Silver Age hero from Archie's Red Circle comics, has garnered some rave reviews and sold out in its first issue. Mark Waid
Live From The Comic Shop – Iron Man, Rover Red Charlie, Velvet, Hinterkind, The Fox, Burn the Orphanage, Hellboy in Hell, The Occultist
I'm reviewing live with first looks at today's releases here at my local comic shop, Conquest Comics in New Jersey, and it's another week of tough choices
Kevin Maguire commented on the Bleeding Cool forums regarding the story earlier today that he had been replaced by Howard Porter on the first issue of
Justice League 3000 From Keith Giffen, JM DeMatteis And Kevin Maguire (UPDATE) – Is That You, Wally West?
I've been told that retailers at the DC Retailer Roadshow have been informed to expect a Justice League 3000 comic from Keith Giffen, JM DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire, replacing the Legion Of Superheroes books on DC's slate. We ran a story suggesting just this kind of thing a few months ago and have been following hints[...]
It would be fun to think it might be Justice Legion. But that's probably just wishful thinking. When talking about his Larfleeze book to ComicBook.com,
DC Brings In Kevin Maguire To Cancel Legion Of Superheroes In August – But What Is Keith Giffen's Comic On The Horizon?
So, Legion Of Superheroes is cancelled in August. Which means it won't even make it to Villain's Month in September. Here's the solicit in question;
From Dan Didio's Facebook page; Think i mentioned this somewhere but JM DeMatteis will be joining me on the scripting of the series It will help keep the series on schedule and with JM, deliver the quality you hope and expect for the book. DeMatteis, writer of Kraven's Last Hunt, Justice League International-when-it-was-brilliant, Moonshadow and Brooklyn Dreams[...]