Instead, it's from Brad Walker and Peter J Tomasi A well-regarded team together on Detective Comics, they were split up by DC Comics ahead of Future State, replaced on the Detective Comics by Mariko Tamaki and Dan Mara. With the slogan "He's the gun She's the bullet", we are promised a new series called Snipe &[...]
Peter J Tomasi Archives
Bleeding Cool got the chance to interview James Tucker about the upcoming Death of Superman animated movie and Steel's role in it. Video here.
The Super Sons unite with Cyborg to stop Kid Amazo from using the powers of the Justice League to take over the world. Can they win the day? Is it a good read?
Superman Special #1 and A Walk Through Hell #1 make the cut, while The Wicked + The Divine #36 and Cold War #4 don't fare so well. Check out our best and worst five comics of the week.
The Superman Special tells three stories of the Man of Tomorrow. The first finds him and Superboy keeping a promise, the second an exhausting day for Superman, and the third Kal-El teaming up with Atomic Skull. Do they make for a good read?
In Superman #44, Superman and Superboy try their best to save Bizarro's world while Bizarro himself goes on a rampage and the Super Foes are held by the Legion of Fun. Is it a good read?
Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows! Green Hornet #1! Justice League #40! Captain America #699! Which are wins? Which are losses? You have to read to find out!
Bizarro has a family like the Superman family. We see what his family is like, and we return to our world to see a trip to Smallville from Superboy. Is it a good read?
The Super Sons continue to try and fit in at the West-Reeve School while Talia al Ghul watches her son from the shadows. Does it make for a good read?
Review of Super Sons #11 from DC Comics by Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Ryan Benjamin, Richard Friend, Gabe Eltaeb and Rob Leigh
Review of Superman #37 from DC Comics by Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez, and Rob Leigh, starting Super Sons of Tomorrow.
The leaders of the United States military are meeting to handle Barbatos. Batman the Merciless has found them. Will they make it, and is it a good read?
This past week's Superman #28 and Batman #28 both look at war in a way. They approach it in similar fashion, but display it in completely different manners.
Review of Super Sons #5 by Peter J. Tomasi and Alisson Borges. Bringing a fun piece of character comedy and adventures long missing in comics
Superman and his son Jonathan have taken the battle with Eradicator into space, now the creative team of Peter J. Tomasi and Pat Gleason talk about what