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.
Tom King, DC Comics’ top writer, took to Twitter Sunday to do a little comic book gatekeeping. Here’s the tweet: This tweet bothered me. First of all, he began by saying comics aren’t for everyone. What a depressing thing to read. It wasn’t said by someone who doesn’t understand or know anything about comics. No, it
Wizkids, maker of collectible miniature games, has released images of some of the 2016 HeroClix convention exclusives. Included in the offerings is Batman with Bomb. From the Wizkids HeroClix website: Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb… and you are going to want to get rid of this bomb— pass off the
The Wall Street Journal published a book review of Leaping Tall Buildings: The Origins of American Comics. The “review” is written by Tim Marchman, a baseball writer who used to work for the now-defunct New York Sun newspaper. I don’t think I’ve ever read a book review published by The Wall Street Journal, so maybe
DC Comics began their massive relaunch yesterday with the publican of Justice League #1, written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Jim Lee. The relaunch is aimed at getting people back into reading superhero comic books. The theory is that if you reboot each book in the DC Universe to issue #1, lapsed readers will