Tim looks back at the best comics of 2011 and begins to name his Top 30. Join him this week as he talks "Wonder Woman," "Holy Terror," "iZombie," "Daredevil" and more.
In their inaugural New York Comic-Con panel, Legendary Comics editor-in-chief Bob Schreck, Frank Miller, Paul Pope and other artists reveal new details on current releases and tease a few new projects for the future.
The last thing you want to read is a boring comic, and Augie finds "Holy Terror" anything to be anything but. Also, which books were worth reading from the final week of DC Comics' New 52 launch?
Tim runs through a week of reading with discussions about Kate Beaton, Marv Wolfman, George Perez, Hamlet, Craig Thompson, Frank Miller and the Trouble with Intent.
There's no way to get around it: Even in its reworked form, Holy Terror is a goddamn Batman story. Frank Miller's long-awaited superhero vs. terrorist graphic novel finally emerges this week, and it's everything you'd think it would be... including "visually impressive", "disturbingly simplistic" and, to be honest, proof that terrorism seems to have worked in Miller's case.
DC Comics has created the internet's new comic book water cooler. Augie explains what he means by that while looking at seven more of those first issues after a preview of next week's "Holy Terror" review..
At the Legendary Comics panel, EIC Bob Schreck welcomed Frank Miller to discuss "Holy Terror" while Paul Pope and Matt Wagner also announced new projects for the publisher.
Legendary Entertainment has released a 5-page preview of Frank Miller's highly anticipated graphic novel "Holy Terror."
Frank Miller's long-gestating superhero vs. al-Qaeda comic will finish its march from Batman book to graphic novel as Legendary Pictures gives "Holy Terror" an official release date three days after the 10th anniversary of 9/11.