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"If anyone wants to check out comics, wants to check out DC Universe Rebirth #1 and doesn’t like it, they can mail it to Warner Bros., to me, and I will send them a check, I literally will, for both postage and for the book. I will buy all these books back because I believe in this issue a lot. I think it’ll do very well. I hope it does well. But I seriously will, I’ll buy back this book." - Geoff Johns

"We're exploring a very big theme in that book. That theme is the power of optimism and the power of hope and how no matter what you do it will shine through if you try and help it shine through." - Geoff Johns

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"That’s what it’s all about. Basically they’re both good guys, the New Gods are looking at the Universe from the top down, and the Green Lanterns are looking from the bottom up as the cop on the beat. Who’s right and who’s wrong? They both think they’re right from their own perspective." - Robert Venditti

Story By: Van Jensen, Justin Jordan, Robert Venditti, Charles Soule, and Cullen Bunn
Script By: Van Jensen and Justin Jordan
Art By: Ethan Van Sciver, Martin Coccolo, Gordan Sudzuka, Chris Cross, and Pete Woods
Colorist: Marcelo Maiolo

13 out of 39 pages

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EDIT: Day old post. Removed all but one page to stay within community rules on page count. See more recent post on Batman, Incorporated Special #1 for more on this issue.

na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na BATCOW! )
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If there is one undeniable fact of life in the DC Universe, it is this: The Guadians of the Universe are a bunch of assholes. Not to mention arrogant, self-imporant, and, as shown in recent issues, psychotically insane. Of course, I don't need to tell you any of this; but in this weeks Green Lantern Annual #1, they've really stooped to a new low.

Hope you're sitting down... )
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IGN has the exclusive preview as the Third Army rises and the Guardians make their play to take over the universe.

Leaders "Breaking Bad" ahead.

You need villainous mustaches now...  )
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An article, and some pretty new art from "The Fury of Firestorm, the Nuclear Men" is up at Newsarama, as the new writing team of Tony Harris and Ethan Van Sciver take over creative duties from the departing Gail Simone. It's well worth a read.

One of the more interesting ideas from this series is that the Firestorm Protocols are a genuinely international setup, much like the nuclear arms race, with countries developing their own Firestorm derived agents (Not sure if "heroes" is always going to be the appropriate term).

Russia )

Britain )

France )

and India )

And just because it's me... )
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Fury Of Firestorm The Nuclear Men #1 has two distinctions.

1. It has the longest title of the reboot.

2. The last page is arguably dumber than the last page of Batman: The Dark Knight.

One page under the cut.
The rest of the issue was kind of bland. Mediocre, really. )
Aaron "The Mad Whitaker" Bourque; also, Voodoo #1 was surprisingly good. It definitely did "sexy" better than either Catwoman #1 or Red Hood and the Outlaws #1 . . . not that that would be hard in the latter case.


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