Where go heroes, so too do villains. Baddies in alternate futures can end weaker than their younger selves... or even more powerful.
The great thing about superhero comics is all the alternate universes. Sometimes, those universes lead to much cooler futures. And sometimes to worse ones.
Kingdom Come is hailed by many as one of the all-time greats. But it's certainly not flawless.
DC Comics has some amazing alternate universe stories that we'd love to see in film someday. CBR delves into 15 that we think belong in cinemas!
Pop! returns with the second half of George Khoury and Alex Ross' discussion of "Kingdom Come," closing out the topic by looking at the artist's return to the original concepts with the JSA "Kingdom" arc.
George Khoury examines the impact of Alex Ross and Mark Waid's "Kingdom Come" limited series on the mid-'90s comic industry, the story's genesis and Ross' original intent.
Scott Kolins' original five-issue run on "Magog" has been cut to two with the title's cancellation, but he told CBR exclusively that DC Comics will publish a double-sized JSA one-shot to finish his epic story.
In this first installment of WAID TV, Mark Waid answers fan questions on a range of topics, including Geoff Johns & Alex Ross' "Thy Kingdom Come," his favorite work of his own, and Superman's Social Security number.
Alex Ross talks to CBR about the thematic similarities between "Kingdom Come"
and "Project Superpowers," as well as his first solo writing gig on "JSA Kingdom
Come Special: Superman."
In his second installment of ReTales on CBR, retailer Jud Meyers shares an
interesting example of how bending the rules and listening to a customer can
change someone's life in unexpectedly positive and dramatic ways.
Dan Didio opened the panel with some kind words about the late Michael Turner
before turning to DC news, including info on various "Final Crisis" ancillary titles,
some "Kingdom Come" one-shots and Superman Prime's final fate.