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Separated At Birth: Rolling The Dice

Separated At Birth: Rolling The Dice

Maybe he may have found a potential buyer? Posting his recent cover from Red Hood & The Outlaws #32...And this cover from Patrick Gleason from upcoming Amazing Spider-Man #38 in January...He writes, It's funny, me and Pat have been confused as the same person at cons over the years, but Jesus Christ LOL. Patrick Gleason replied, Woah! lol Of[...]

Action Comics #1002 Review: The Most Bendis Superman Comic Yet

Action Comics #1002 Review: The Most Bendis Superman Comic Yet

Meanwhile, Cat Grant returns to Metropolis and the Daily Planet for a visit.[caption id="attachment_907342" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comics #1002 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]Action Comics #1002 is definitely the most Brian Michael Bendis DC comic to have been printed so far The recap and credits page is plastered with in-jokes, meta references, and[...]

Action Comics #1001 Review: The Fun Superman Book

Action Comics #1001 Review: The Fun Superman Book

Meanwhile, a cabal of criminals are performing their own investigation into the fires.[caption id="attachment_893178" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman: Action Comics #1001 cover by Patrick Gleason and Brad Anderson[/caption]Action Comics #1001 takes flight with a more compelling story and dedicated momentum than Superman #1 under Brian Michael Bendis Despite having an arguably conventional threat in the rash[...]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics Week of May 16th 2018: Superman Special Brings it Home

Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of May 16th, 2018: Superman Special Brings it Home

Tomasi and Patrick Gleason brought home their stint on Superman this week with a heartwarming and exciting ending We return to Dinosaur Island, bring back Captain Storm, and we get to see more of that classic Superman compassion and kindness Scott Godlewski, Bryan Hitch, and Kaare Andews bring in some sweet artwork too, and all those things combined makes this my pick of[...]

Superman Special #1 Review: DCs Continued Superman Quality Streak

Superman Special #1 Review: DC's Continued Superman Quality Streak

Tomasi and Patrick Gleason from the title while showing off some great work from other creators This was a fantastic read, and I highly recommend it Give it a read.As a bonus, this was also the first DC Comic I’ve read in paper this week, and it showed an advert for Hawkman #1 by Robert[...]

Superman #44 Review: Night of the Living Bizarros

Superman #44 Review: Night of the Living Bizarros

Also, the Legion of Fun still has the Super Foes hostage.[caption id="attachment_822419" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #44 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]Superman #44 brings 'Bizarroverse' to a nice crescendo, more than making up for the aimless Superman #42 where this story began.Tying the fate of Thrae to Bizarro’s feelings about the people on the[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses Week of March 7th 2018: Oblivion Song and Venom Revisited

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of March 7th, 2018: Oblivion Song and Venom Revisited

It's a shame they had to go, but at least they did so in style.[caption id="attachment_807335" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #42 cover by Patrick Gleason and John Kalisz[/caption]Loss: Me No Understand Bizarro Speak in Superman #42I adore Bizarro, but trying to follow the winding road of double, triple, and even quadruple negatives was a task best[...]

Superman #42 Review: Entertaining but the Bizarro Speech Gets Confusing

Superman #42 Review: Entertaining, but the Bizarro Speech Gets Confusing

Superboy is smitten with a girl in Kansas, and it leads him to minor conflict with his family.[caption id="attachment_807335" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #42 cover by Patrick Gleason and John Kalisz[/caption]While I do have a great love for Bizarro and how he and his kind speak, boy is it difficult to follow all the inversions when[...]

Super Sons #11 Review: Round 2 of the Crossover Explains the Mission and Ends with a Bang

Super Sons #11 Review: Round 2 of the Crossover Explains the Mission and Ends with a Bang

Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Ryan Benjamin, Richard Friend, Gabe Eltaeb, and Rob Leigh is the second part of the new crossover Super Sons of Tomorrow, which brings some stakes to the teenage World's Finest as Batman Tim Drake snares them in his trap.[caption id="attachment_759732" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Super Sons #11 cover by Francis Manapul[/caption]Much like the first part,[...]

Superman #37 Review: A Bold Brash Loud Start to Super Sons of Tomorrow Crossover

Superman #37 Review: A Bold, Brash, Loud Start to Super Sons of Tomorrow Crossover

Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez, and Rob Leigh is the first part of the Super Sons of Tomorrow crossover mini-event between this title, Super Sons and Teen Titans The issue is released on December 20th.It's a hell of an opening shot to a crossover, I'll tell you that.[caption id="attachment_759629" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #37[...]

Love And War In Comics: Looking Back At Superman #28 And Batman #28

Love And War In Comics: Looking Back At Superman #28 And Batman #28

With some encouragement from Rich Johnston and Mark Seifert, I've decided to take a look back at comics I've reviewed from time to time to analyze some interesting themes that they may share or conflict upon. This past week's Superman #28 and Batman #28 both look at war in a way. They approach it in similar […]


Patrick Gleason Talks Superman: Reborn And The Secrets Of Mr. Oz

Patrick Gleason Talks Superman: Reborn And The Secrets Of Mr. Oz

the story behind the Superman and his family. In this DC All Access clip, artist and co-writer Patrick Gleason discusses Superman: Reborn, the new storyline that kicks off this week in Superman What is Mr Oz up to? Why is he holding people prisoner? Who is the mysterious Clark Kent? And what's the mystery behind Superman[...]

First Look Batman And Two-Face #25

First Look Batman And Two-Face #25

But can Batman help McKillen before this web becomes even more tangled and more blood is shed? Below we see Patrick Gleason’s interior art for BATMAN AND TWO-FACE #25, on Sale November 20th.  DC Comics released a few pages from November's Batman And Two-Face #25. Erin McKillen turns to her childhood friend, Bruce Wayne, to protect her from[...]

Pretty Pictures: Patrick Gleason

Pretty Pictures: Patrick Gleason

 There's a lot to love about Patrick Gleason He's been working at Marvel and Image, but mostly for DC But it was the New 52 that really brought him into focus for me, for his work on Batman And Robin Seen by some as an ancillary title to Batman Inc, filling in the numbers, it[...]

When Letters Pages Go Anti-Gay

When Letters Pages Go Anti-Gay

Sent by a Patrick Gleason no less, who would go on to be a professional comic book artist, currently drawing Batman And Robin...Patrick tells me; "Yeah, people have brought this embarrassing bit of trivia up to me at conventions in the past How long ago was this? Fifteen years or more? Anyway, it was mid 90's[...]