DC Comics

What I Did in January 2013

Well the first thing I did was realize I need to keep better track of the stuff I’m doing. And then I cleaned up some admin left over from last year, and I signed with an employment agency and cooked lots of things, but that last one we’ve already covered. So, let’s take a look

What I Did in January 2013

A Palpable Hit: Arrow

  I was always going to be an easy sell for Arrow, the new CW-produced TV series based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow. I was a comics retailer for seven years, I’m still a comics journalist in various capacities and I’ve written one or two in my time. Nothing large, nothing you’ll have

A Palpable Hit: Arrow

DC Day 1-Stormwatch

The Warren Ellis run on Stormwatch was the first long term run on a series that I genuinely connected with. The idea of a UN-controlled superhuman crisis intervention team was always an attractive one but under Ellis the book became something tighter, more mature than it had been before. Ellis wrote Stormwatch officers as humans,

DC Day 1-Stormwatch

DC Day 1-Demon Knights Issue 1

  It’s not often that you get to sit in on the start of a universe. This month, DC Comics have relaunched their entire line, scrapping every book and restarting most with new first issues and a new status quo established by Flashpoint, the last massive, universe spanning crossover. It’s a standard narrative model with

DC Day 1-Demon Knights Issue 1

Scroll to Top