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sinestro6cover

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Penciller: Dale Eaglesham & Martin Coccolo
Inkers: Dale Eaglesham & Scott Hanna
Colorist: Jason Wright

Warning for some violence and light gore.

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Jim Gordon's tenure as Batman continues as those closest to him struggle to deal with the tragic loss of his moustache. • 32 pg, FC • $2.99 US • RATED T

Also, what's your favorite superhero "secret identity-reveal" moment? I've always liked the Ultimate Spider-Man/Mary Jane one.

(Cameron Stewart/Brendon Fletcher on script, Babs Tarr on art)




Ice cream and unicorns and fade haircuts )
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beforewatchmenozymandias100

"What has surprised me about writing Ozymandias is how much we actually DO NOT know about him, despite all the back-story he supposedly provided in the original series. I'm having great fun filling that in." - Len Wein

Writer: Len Wein
Artist: Jae Lee
Colorist: June Chung

8 out of 25 pages

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Courtesy of MTV, a preview of the new Digital First series from DC; "DC Bombshells", debuts this Saturday.

And of course, they start with the Bat

Bruce Wayne is on the first page, and yet... )
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prez#1cover

Writer: Mark Russell
Penciller: Ben Caldwell
Inker: Mark Morales
Colorist: Jeremy Lawson

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beforewatchmenniteowl100

"Leaving aside the fact that the Watchmen characters were variations on pre-existing characters created for the Charleton Comics universe, it should be pointed out that Alan has spent most of the last decade writing very good stories about characters created by other writers, including Alice (from Alice in Wonderland), Dorothy (from Wizard of Oz), Wendy (from Peter Pan), as well as Captain Nemo, the Invisible Man, Jeyll and Hyde, and Professor Moriarty (used in the successful League of Extraordinary Gentlemen). I think one loses a little of the moral high ground to say, “I can write characters created by Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, Robert Louis Stevenson, Arthur Conan Doyle and Frank Baum, but it’s wrong for anyone else to write my characters." - J. Michael Straczynski (I do question the "very good" stories part when it comes some Moore's later works)

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski
Artist: Andy Kubert
Inker: Joe Kubert
Colorist: Brad Anderson

8 out of 25 pages

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beforewatchmencomedian100

"Well, yeah, that's one of the reasons I'm doing it, is because it's a challenge. And it's like, what is the approach to take on these characters now? We're telling stories that happened in the past, but you don't want those stories to seem too dated.

There's 30 years of cultural change that I'm looking at bringing to these two books that I'm doing.

Just like Watchmen is a product of the time it was written, these are going to be the same. I hope.

Again, the approach I'm taking, whether or not I succeed or fail, that's not for me to say.
" - Brian Azzarello

Writer: Brian Azzarello
Artist: J.G. Jones

8 out of 25 pages

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When last we left our cartographic heroine, she was forming a club to protect the school from the various evils that seem to pop up all the time in Gotham. Also, Damian Wayne enrolled in the school.

First up: those murderous unicorns )

Writers: Becky Cloonan & Brenden Fletcher
Artists: Mingjue Helen Chen
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starfire#1cover

Writers: Jimmy Palmoitti & Amanda Conner
Artist: Emanuela
Inker: Ray McCarthy
Colorist: Hi-Fi

In this post, I'm sharing my favorite scene from the first issue.

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For the second October in a row, DC Comics will be publishing "Monster" variant covers as their monthly theme.

Via Comicvine, CBR, Comicbook.com, and Bloody Disgusting, check out some of Monster variants for October 2015.
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Batman #41

Jul. 8th, 2015 02:11 pm
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"The idea was that we had to build Jim Gordon up in a way that would be convincing? He can’t just be Jim Gordon in a robot suit. One of the big secrets is, he’s got to step out of that suit sometime. And when he steps out, he has to look good. So, part of the fun was wondering if we could transform him physically into someone who would look formidable. Greg just did a fantastic job of making him realistically slim the way you would imagine he would be if he worked out and got into peak condition. He looks good." - Scott Snyder


So Jim Gordon is now Batman and we've seen how he has been doing in the other comics, but what about in the main book? How does his first big outing go?

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