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Scott Lobdell mentioned that he was bringing his run on Red Hood: Outlaw to an end with #50 of the series, that this might be the end of the series and in doing so, would bring a sense of closure and symmetry to his long run on the Red Hood And The Outlaws characters that[...]
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There's a lot to enjoy. Dan DiDio Biggest Regret Was Year Two of the New 52. DiDio talked about how, as a publisher, they did not spend the same amount of energy on Year Two of the New 52 reboot than for Year One The New 52 launched in 2011 and rebooted the entire DC Universe It[...]
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The 2010's statue is from Detective Comics #1000 which is a great suit but I wish they save that one for a 2020 statue and used the New 52 costume design Either way, it is a great statue that shows off the dark grey cowl and cape Any of these statues will be a great[...]
Harley Quinn Amazing Yamaguchi Revoltech Figure Revealed
This is based on her New 52 look, with the red and black outfit It features over 40 points of articulation, including moveable eyes That will never not be weird Cool, but weird Harley Quinn also comes with three pairs of eyes, three pairs of hands, three face plates, a bat, a mallet, a word[...]
Icon Heroes Releasing Three New DC Statues, Karate Kid Figures Later This Year
Next, a New 52 version of Supergirl that will be a tad bigger at seven and a half inches tall Finally, a Suicide Squad film version of Harley Quinn that stand at seven inches tall All three will retail for $79.99. Check out all five down below You can place a preorder right here. #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1[...]
Wonder Woman Gets A New Statue From Prime 1 Studio
The New 52 version of Diana will come in two versions- a regular edition for $699 and a $729 limited to 500 pieces that will come with an alternate face portrait, and swappable hands with her holding axes Both versions are quite awesome and continue the standard that Prime 1 Studios is becoming known for[...]
Doomsday Clock cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson
It seems cool, and I've been curious how DC and Geoff Johns plans to explain what's been going on in the background of Flashpoint, New 52, and Rebirth canonically. Plus, I've been hoping it might bring about the return of heroes they've not used in a bit like the Justice Society, Legion of Superheroes, and others. This[...]
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[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Original Art by Philip Tan, Wallpaper Version Courtesy of Deviantart User Superman8193 We return to the Throwback Corner this week, with a beloved of mine from the early days of the New 52: The Savage Hawkman It's one that I feel was grossly underrated, and Tony S Daniel, Philip Tan, and Cliff Richards did a[...]
DiDio: The Nu52 Sold "A Little Bit" Better Than DC Rebirth In Trade Paperback
But it seems that the make-up sex may not be quite as good as the break-up sex, according to DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio. In an interview with ICv2, DiFio talked about how sales of DC Rebirth trade paperbacks compare to the Nu52. "We were hoping the Rebirth trades would be a little more robust, but they are[...]
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This was Geoff Johns' final writing credit on the New 52 Green Lantern title While, yes, Sinestro killing the Guardians and Hal Jordan killing Volthoom were both really cathartic moments, there is another moment I remember most: That moment has always stuck with me Here, we have two bitter enemies who have tried to kill one another[...]
Gail Simone Dislikes New 52 Wonder Woman Origin
Legendary Batgirl, Secret Six, Birds of Prey, and Wonder Woman writer Gail Simone took to Twitter today in discussion about the New 52 and film origins for Wonder Woman. It began with another Twitter user discussing their dislike that the New 52 introduced Zeus into the origin story of the Amazon Princess Ms Simone replied with[...]
Rebirth Recap: Aquaman
After Geoff Johns "made Aquaman cool" with his excellent run at the beginning of New 52, the book entered a steady plateau of quality It never got bad, but it never wowed in the same way that Geoff Johns' run on the series did. When Dan Abnett took on the book shortly before Rebirth, a writer[...]
The Marvel Monsoon Versus The DC Drought
However, like I said, I'm just not convinced that there is no profit to be made in these types of books. The way DC started off New 52 satisfied me in the amount of B-to-C list characters they had on the market That's why I loved it in the beginning Hawk and Dove were back, Hawkman[...]