The Golden Age of comics was a screwy time. All manner of publishers put out all manner of characters, and many superheroes, the ones that weren’t blatant rip-offs of other superheroes, had some really bizarre powers that they used mostly to fight Nazis and homegrown criminals.
DC gets a lot of flack from some for their various reboots of continuity. Some of which is justified, like the mess that the New 52 left DC continuity in. Marvel claims to have never rebooted their continuity. Not on a grand scale like DC’s Crisis anyway. But what do you call something like One More Day Marvel? Besides a slap in the face to fans. (IMO).
While Marvel seems to get a free pass on the whole “reboot” thing, they are constantly relaunching their line and doing soft reboots along the way. How many of your favorite Marvel books have had new #1’s in the past couple of years? I think Spider-Gwen which debuted in 2014 has already had 9 #1 issues! (That’s possibly an exaggeration.) The point is, Marvel is just as guilty in their own way.
And DC is hoping that by following the “Marvel model” with #1’s, a soft reboot and not a Crisis/Flashpoint/New 52 style reboot, fans will cut them some slack as well.
More on DC Rebirth’s “it’s not a reboot” after the cut.
Ever wonder what’s up with Wonder Woman? Amy and Hector from Geek & Sundry explain everything about DC’s most wonderful hero. Omnibus is short and sweet, and sure to teach you many interesting facts about comics you may not already know.
Do I spy an angel? Nay fine sir, ’tis Hawkgirl! And a fantastic Hawkgirl at that! AngiViper is no stranger to cosplay, you can see more of her on Facebook| Twitter| Instagram | but before you do, check out her awesome Hawkgirl photos from Comikazi after the break:
“Why can’t you see the funny side? Why aren’t you laughing?” – I’ll tell you why, because these pumpkin carving masters are no laughing matter! These people have got some serious skills! After the break we have TWO awesome time-lapse videos from ThePumpkinArtist and Valeriano Fatica showing you just how Batman and The Joker were made from basic pumpkin to life-like formations. I can just hear Christian Bale’s voice… I AM THE BATMAN!
Back in April, DC Comics and Mattel revealed the DC Super Hero Girls to the world. At the time, there was little information about the toy line beyond vague promises of figures, dolls, comics, books and clothing themed around DC’s strong lineup of female superheroes. Recently at New York Comic Con, the world got its first look at the toy line, including dolls based on Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Harley Quinn and more!
Our friends over at HalloweenCostumes.com have an awesome infographic on the evolution of The Flash. And with the CW premier about to air, we thought it appropriate to share with all of you. Check out the evolution from 1940 to “now” after the break:
Every other issue of your favorite (and non-favorite) Marvel book each month usually sees a drop down, drag out fight between a super hero or super team versus a singular or band of villains. These battles usually result in a huge amount of property damage. But as the Avengers head for shawarma and Spider-Man goes to clean up his room, who deals with the aftermath?
Satin was used to give the jacket it’s shiny look. This also makes it a light weight, while the inside viscose has been stitched to absorb the moisture and keep you comfortable. Gold lining on the sleeves shows the edgy and stylish look of our girl Harley. Want to know where to get it? Check it out after the break: