I like streamlining characters while still utilizing everything that has come before. That's what we're going to do with Doom Patrol. Add some new members to it, while taking everything that others have done.
Hearing Morrison describe his Batman as a "hairy chested love god" has me cracking up. Never thought I would see the day when I was interested in picking up 1 let alone both Batman titles. Dini on 'Tec and Morrison on Batman? Sold!
His first Batman story..."Batman & Son"
Giabrenna's secretly been Morrison all along.
Waid then asked Johns if Hal’s ring is still affected by yellow, to which Johns obviously said “no”. Waid then pointed to a man in the back of the room wearing a banana costume, and said, “So I don’t know what your nefarious plan is, good sir.”
If that's not a Maiadorn line, i don't know what is.
Everything around here is finally starting to make sense.
Though, such a long wait for Pride Of Baghdad? Brian K. Vaughan has said it's been finished for a couple of months. Ah well, it will be worth the wait.
Definately worth the wait. I was surprised by the Fable OGN's release date too because it was mentioned awhile ago and we get it in October. confused
Great news about David signing with Marvel, but I still worry about Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man. From the way Wieringo is talking it sounds like he is getting bored with it and his art really adds to the story.
So, Frank Miller's next project is about what happens when al Qaeda attack Gotham. Apparently it is going to involve much a**-kicking on Batman's part.
It will be called Holy Terror, Batman!
Miller proudly announced the title of his next Batman book, which he will write, draw and ink. Holy Terror, Batman! is no joke. And Miller doesn't hold back on the true purpose of the book, calling it "a piece of propoganda," where 'Batman kicks al Qaeda's a**."
"The Greek's had their Gods and heroes," Miller said. "We have ours." And if you truly consider these characters our mythological figureheads, you have to wonder about their place and purpose in our culture. "What are they there for?" Miller asked, rhetorically. "Are they really going to be saving damned cats from damn trees?"