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DC Comics will release Batman Vol. 1 Omnibus hardcover this October. Written by Scott Snyder and the drawing by Greg Capullo, it collects issues #1 through #33 of Batman and will retail for $125. Amazon has it available for pre-order for $89.96. That works out to be $2.73 per issue. Once again, I’m confronted with
DC Comics is releasing a special 14-volume boxed set of hardcover books chronicling Crisis on Infinite Earths, DC’s massive event of the 1980s. The set will weigh 28 pounds and will retail for $500. DC is releasing the box set on November 12, 2019.
Today is the first day of the New Year. It’s the day a lot of Americans have weapons-grade hangovers. The last time I had a hangover, any type of hangover, was 1993. It’s when I learned a man I both admired and respected did something truly horrible and was in prison. This man was my
Last week Ethan Van Sciver, the glorious leader of Comicsgate blocked me on Twitter. The reason? He’s good at throwing insults, but not so good at hearing the truth. It started when I commented on someone’s tweet about a donor to Richard C. Meyer’s lawsuit campaign. Meyer is suing comic book writer Mark Waid for
Bleeding Cool, the eminent comic book and pop culture blog, published an apology for publishing an interview with Vox Day, an American white nationalist living in Italy. Mr. Day (government name Theodore Beale) is now in the comic book publishing business. His comics cater to the white alt-right crowd. Mr. Day was a proud