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Simon Bisley's Original Lobo Cover Goes To Auction
Working with his 2000AD/Judge Dredd partner, Alan Grant, they recreated the spandex-wearing neat-and-tidy intergalactic mercenary originally created by Keith Giffen by interpreting Lobo as the late Lemmy from Motorhead Long scraggly hair, overblown muscles, a wicked scowl, and a tongue too long for his face, the Simon Bisley version of the Last Czarnian was a world[...]
DC Comics To Publish Inferior Five, Digitally
Keith Giffen and Jeff Lemire's Inferior Five was a DC Comics series from 2019 that really didn't get the orders it deserved A twelve-issue series, a few months in, it was reduced in length to a six-issue series Then the final issues got later and later And finally, it was cancelled with the fourth issue, with all orders[...]
The Daily LITG, 30th November 2019 – Happy Birthday Keith Giffen
it's Black Friday. The 10 most-read stories yesterday John Byrne on the Colouring of the Sensational She-Hulk Omnibus Cover Donny Cates Wishes a Happy Thanksgiving to the Comic Shop That Leaked Thor #1 Masters of the WWE Universe: Let's Look at the Sting Figure "Buffy" & "Supernatural" Crossover That Was Meant to Happen [Opinion] Ubisoft Releases The "Just Dance 2020" Song[...]
new jersey comic expo
Guests Keith Giffen and Kevin Maguire will be talking their run on the Justice League, Colleen Doran will be getting a spotlight panel, and Dynamite will be hosting two panels on How Comics Are Made and Writing Comics The Dynamite Way. There will also be a panel focused on Stan Lee's graphic novel God Woke that[...]
Justice League
Keith Giffen and Kevin Maguire will be appearing at the New Jersey Comic Expo November 18th and 19th These two men, along with co-writer J.M DeMatteis, are responsible for one of the most beloved era of the Justice League responsible for the paring of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold, Martian Manhunter's cookie obsession, and of[...]
Blue Beetle #13 Review: Which Future Team Is Canon Now?
I'm not complaining mind you; it's always nice to see the Legion, especially since DC kicked them to the curb a few years back. They receive little dialogue, and it's a borderline Easter Egg in that you need to know who the Legion of Superheroes are in order to parcel out that many of the Legion[...]
Manhunter
This one was brought to us by Keith Giffen, Dan Didio, Mark Buckingham, and Chris Sotomayor. The artwork for the fight scenes especially invoke the Kirby style, with a lot of swinging of fists and crashing blows Buckingham and Sotomayor do a fantastic job of capturing the kinetic energy and impressive forms of the King himself. The[...]
blue beetle
Let them stick around. Keith Giffen's art remains well suited for the comic The rough-around-the-edges look fits the rough-and-ready method of Jaime and Ted's superheroing Romulo Fajardo Jr.'s color work is really good A lot of panels seem to glisten with the bright blues, oranges, and golds. It's disappointing to say it, but this was a very[...]
Blue Beetle #10 Review: A Spritz Of Rain In The DC Drought
But who is in control — the Scarab or Jamie? This is a bloated and unwieldy mess of plot threats, but Keith Giffen and J.M DeMatteis kind of make it work for them It's ridiculous It's apocalyptic But it's kind of fun. They balance the characters well Arion is kind of a stereotypical, "People suck, so I[...]
Blue Beetle #9 Review- A Weird, Wild Ride And I Am OMAC
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] While both Jaime Reyes and Ted Kord Blue Beetles (never read anything with the actual original), Keith Giffen and Scott Kolins Blue Beetle was not a fun read initially One major turn-off to the book was the constant damn bickering between any two characters but especially between Jaime Reyes and Ted Kord themselves. Interior conflict[...]
DC to Celebrate Jack Kirby's 100th Birthday with Ambitious Post-Apocalyptic Series
Tomasi/Neal Adams Issue #3 by Jimmy Palmiotti/Amanda Conner Issue #4 by James Tynion/Carlos D'Anda Issue #5 by Bill Willingham/Ivan Reis Issue #6 by Steve Orlando/Philip Tan Issue #7 by Marguerite Bennett/Dan Jurgens Issue #8 by Keith Giffen/Steve Rude Issue #9 by Tom King/Kevin Eastman Issue #10 by Greg Pak/Joe Prado Issue #11 by Rob Williams/Walter Simonson Issue #12 by Gail Simone/Ryan Sook And here's a look[...]
Through The Habitrails And The Curse Of Ambush Bug
One attempt to dig deeper in an unpublished Secret Origins installment of Robert Loren Fleming and Keith Giffen's satiric Ambush Bug (circa 1990, DC Comics)—a story satirizing the sad plight of DC Comics editors—got its editor promptly and unceremoniously fired Jack Kirby's savaging of his former Marvel creative partner and editor Stan Lee as "Funky Flashman" in the pages[...]
Benjamin Roman Brings Us P.A.C.O. And Donut
The all-ages series by creator Benjamin Roman tells the story of an escaped criminal who is shackled to a damaged transport robot whose programming has flipped. Roman has previously worked with writer Steve Niles on The Cryptics from Image and with Keith Giffen on I Luv Halloween for Tokyopop. We have some preview pages and a synopsis for[...]
Keith Giffen Revives Sugar & Spike As Private Dicks #DCJanuary
Announced courtesy of USA Today, in January, DC Comics are launching a number of new series, not what we previously referred to as "Big October." And new the news that Sugar & Spike, classic kiddie characters are all grown up. Keith Giffen's Sugar & Spike puts a grownup spin on Sheldon Mayer's popular comic-book toddlers of the 1950s and '60s. DC[...]