You say goodbye, I say hello: Perspectives on the...
I’ve been reading a lot of fond farewells to the old DC Universe these past couple of weeks. As an old Silver Age fan who has been reading DC comics for over half a century, I can share those sentiments. I’ve been a DC fan for a very long time, entering well before the Batman boom, the discovery of Earth-2, the Crisis on Infinite Earths, 52, the Final Crisis, etc. I was a little...
Publishers Weekly on the new Comixology... →
More about the return of the JSA... →
…plus, gorgeous Darwyn Cooke JSA poster!
Here’s a video demo of the new Comics by Comixology 3.0 app for iPhone and iPad.
Comics by Comixology 3.0 for iPhone/iPad launches! →
Comixology has greatly enhanced the digital comics purchasing experience with their new 3.0 version of their iPhone/iPad comic reader app. Look for a full review in awhile, but in the meantime here’s a link to the Comixology blog’s announcement from yesterday. Or, you could just click the icon in the right- hand column to got to the Apple App Store to download the app for free....
vonallan.com: Minimum Wage & the Prices of Comics →
A really interesting look at one thesis as to why comics aren’t selling the way they used to. This is germane to any discussion of digital comics.
ComicVine: How has DC done selling the New 52? →
A tribute to Oracle: Memories from Devin Grayson...
dcwomenkickingass: I’m doing a series of tribute posts to Oracle that include thoughts and memories by some of the creators who have written her through the years. The first one was by Scott Peterson about the first standalone Oracle story. In this post Devin Grayson, who wrote Oracle in both Gotham Knights and Nightwing (and as pictured here the story Desire from Batman 80-page Giant #1 from...
An Ode to the DC New 52
(Yes, this is reprinted from the CouchGuy blog, but it seems an appropriate way to kick this off…) (to the tune of the Phineas and Ferb theme song…) There are 52 titles with number one issues DC tells the fans they will thrill ‘em So the writers and artists are wrackin’ their brain cells To find enough cool stuff to fill ‘em Like maybe… Hex is in Gotham And Hal’s not Green Lantern ...