Scott Snyder confirmed via Twitter earlier today that he and Tony S. Daniel "just finalized" a TV series deal for their comic book Nocterra.
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In today's Batman/Catwoman #5 by Tom King, Clay Mann, and Tomeu Morey, Selina Kule rewrites a famous kids Batman song, for her own, more adult-appropriate needs, that of getting rather drunk. Selina Kyle Gets Plastered In Batman/Catwoman #5 But how accurate is this choice of language? For some reason I thought "plastered" was colloquial to Brits and[...]
DC Comics published Batman #108, with James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez and Tomeu Morey providing one of the best-looking superhero comic books on the stand right now Not that you'll see Batman in the suit this week, he's a couple of levels deeper into disguises as he meets up with Miracle Molly, who has been[...]
Daniel and Tomeu Morey's work on DC titles that seeing them outside Gotham City induces some amount of whiplash But here I am, still thinking about Nocterra #1. Nocterra #1 Cover Credit: Image Comics Nocterra #1 is a solid first issue that does exactly what first issues are supposed to do It introduces a world, demonstrates the[...]
Rich Johnston reviews Batman/Catwoman #1 by Tom King, Clay Mann and Tomeu Morey, published this Tuesday by DC Comics. Once upon a time, Tom King wrote the comic book series Vision for Marvel Comics Winning all the awards going, and fast tracked to be adapted into the TV series WandaVision This kind of response saw DC[...]
A fictionalised version of The Snyder Cut as well, The Gotham Cut of The Mask Of Zorro, that saw Martha and Thomas Wayne killed, and Bruce Wayne traumatised into being Batman. Artwork from Batman. And paid for by the Wayne Foundation that the Joker has now gained ownership of, all one hundred billion dollars of it. Artwork from[...]
I won't spoil the payoff, but you can probably guess how a story like this goes—well, when killing a character is off the table. Batman #54 art by Matt Wagner and Tomeu Morey Matt Wagner imbues the comic with a classic comics aesthetic that often highlights the prominence of the muscles and figure over finer facial detailing[...]
Cheung, Mark Morales, and Walden Wong provide stellar inking, and Tomeu Morey's color work is expertly-balanced and vibrant. Justice League #7 is another absolute blast of an issue from this impressive run on the title Snyder is pulling out all the stops, and the book is consistently staffed with talented artists to boot This is easily[...]
Hal's turning the tide of his battle, but he will have to take a major gambit if he's to save the day. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #50 cover by Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Tomeu Morey Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #50 marks the end of this series as well as Robert[...]
We also get to see Hal Jordan confront Tomar-Tu again, adding even more tension and conflict to this final battle. It is something of a shame that Orion, General Zod, and Arkillo have more-or-less fallen into the background of this story, with Orion having no lines, and Zod and Arkillo barely saying a thing. Hal Jordan and[...]
It's a lot of fun and spends very little time talking beyond the main characters making their plans in the opening pages. Kilowog also gets a good monologue in while staring down Tomar-Tu, and I quite enjoyed that as well. Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #48 art by Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, and Tomeu Morey All[...]
The wedding day of Batman and Catwoman has arrived at last. All that remains to be done is to find a judge, two witnesses, and to walk down the aisle.
Martian Manhunter is the new chairman and keeps the team linked telepathically as they halt a sudden attack from Neanderthal-like creatures across the world. Justice League #1 cover by Jim Cheung and Laura Martin Justice League #1 by Scott Snyder, Jim Cheung, Mark Morales, and Tomeu Morey is everything I could have hoped it would be This[...]
Daniel, Danny Miki, and Tomeu Morey Batman #47 actually pulls out a mostly decent ending to "The Gift." While the crassness of the story and its myriad tonal issues were jarring at times, the ending to the comic grounds the narrative for the better. The comic still leans on humor a too hard in spots that did[...]
Daniel, Danny Miki, and Tomeu Morey You may have questions at that premise Why is Booster Gold going through all this trouble to get Bruce to accept the alternate reality? Why does Booster think this will fix everything? Those are good questions The comic seems to think Booster Gold is time-traveling Deadpool, and that makes for[...]