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rodrigobaeza:

Marshall Rogers: Batman newspaper strip original art (1989)

rodrigobaeza:

Marshall Rogers: Batman newspaper strip original art (1989)

entertainmentweekly:

Is your mind now blown? 

Grant Morrison hooked us up with his sketch and map of the DC Comics multiverse

Just like the map of the London Underground. Not. 

The nice thing about coming in to write the New 52 is I don’t have to worry about what came before the New 52. That stuff is great and it can serve as inspiration, but continuity is the devil. [laughs] As a writer, having to slavishly make sense of too much continuity can kill a story.
Greg Pak on DC’s New 52 continuity in a Man Cave Daily interview (as noted by Robot 6 in its Quote of the Day)
Not sure if francavillarts plans to post this on his Tumblr, but since he already posted this gem on Twitter, I reshare it here (with full affection and attribution)
“‏@f_francavilla ~~ BIG BARDA & MISTER MIRACLE ~~
#NewGodsFFSeries pic.twitter.com/p9AWViyJCh”

Not sure if francavillarts plans to post this on his Tumblr, but since he already posted this gem on Twitter, I reshare it here (with full affection and attribution)

 ~~ BIG BARDA & MISTER MIRACLE ~~

Tom Bondurant’s weekly DC-focused Robot 6 column, Grumpy Old Fan, is always an insightful read. This week he examines writer Dan Jurgens’ Aquaman and the Others #1, but along the way he diagrams Aquaman’s path to this new second series. In addition, he also offers this hilarious caption to the above image “I hope Jurgens names the trident ‘Mr. Pokey’”

Tom Bondurant’s weekly DC-focused Robot 6 column, Grumpy Old Fan, is always an insightful read. This week he examines writer Dan Jurgens’ Aquaman and the Others #1, but along the way he diagrams Aquaman’s path to this new second series. In addition, he also offers this hilarious caption to the above image “I hope Jurgens names the trident ‘Mr. Pokey’”

Courtesy of Twitter, van-jensen reveals his initial thumbnails for Green Lantern Corps #27, noting “This is why I’m not an artist.”

Courtesy of Twitter, van-jensen reveals his initial thumbnails for Green Lantern Corps #27, noting This is why I’m not an artist.”

Jim Lee covers Detective #27, which features a retelling of Batman’s very first comic appearance by Brad Meltzer and Bryan Hitch. Find out what Meltzer’s planning for the story in this interview at Robot 6.

Jim Lee covers Detective #27, which features a retelling of Batman’s very first comic appearance by Brad Meltzer and Bryan Hitch. Find out what Meltzer’s planning for the story in this interview at Robot 6.

rainydayrecesstoo:

In memory of Nick Cardy, 1920-2013.

rainydayrecesstoo:

In memory of Nick Cardy, 1920-2013.

Fun discovery at the local Bed Bath Beyond

Fun discovery at the local Bed Bath Beyond