Nothing But Comics provides great, detailed reviews of the week’s comics, and it appears that our efforts inspired some DC Comics super-villains to give some very brief comics reviews on Twitter:
Another Summer, another few semi-annual comic events gone by. Coming up, Summer relaunches! A new beginning for the Big 2, and an important one for DC. But we’ve been here before, will this time be any different?
In 2011, as was traditional after a Multiverse shattering/rearranging event, DC rebooted their Universe and comic line spanning several genres and off-kilter characters. Some of this books were very good (or at least interesting), while a high percentage were slow-going or uninspired. Appropriately, DC axed several of these low selling titles until their line become much more homogenous and brand recognized. Continue reading Crisis, Contrivance, or Convience?
Whether you are a DC reader or not, one thing is for certain: Convergence is coming to an end. What does this mean for you? It means new DC titles are going to be hitting your local comic book shop. If you are like me and struggle to jump into DC books, there is no better time than now to dip your toe in and test that water. DC is even putting up some lengthy previews on Comixology, providing you a sneak peek of what is to come. To even further aid in your decision making, I have compiled a list below of the previews that excite me.
At Nothing But Comics, we’re excited to read the upcoming Bizarro series from DC Comics, by writer Heath Corson and artist Gustavo Duarte. So we tasked DC Comics’ futuristic robot Skeets with asking Corson an important question about the series.