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I’ve always been a huge fan of pin up and WWII bomber art, so the new DC Comics Bombshells already make me all kinda of happy. Which is why I’m pretty much in love with these new DC Comics Bombshells art prints by QMx.
Any episode of a DC television show titled Birds of Prey is going to come under incredible scrutiny. After all, that’s the name of one of DC’s longest-lived – and most beloved – ongoing female-lead series. Since most comic book movies still don’t pass the Bechdel test, fans are more than eager to see female interactions that don’t hinge upon their male co-stars in television shows and movies. Now that Arrow has come close to introducing Huntress and Black Canary’s storied partnership on TV, we have five other female partnerships that we want to see make the transition from the page to the screen.
What would happen if the mugshots of Batman’s Rogue Gallery was transformed into art? You’d probably get something that looks a lot like the Batman Villain PopArt T-Shirt, featuring some of the iconic villains that created various levels of mischief and destruction in Gotham City before the Dark Knight stopped them.
Courtesy of DC Comics, ComicsAlliance brings you an advance look at new periodical comic books, collected editions and graphic novels going on sale in June 2014 (and in some cases beyond) from the publisher’s New 52 superhero line, the mature readers Vertigo imprint, and the DC Entertainment brand of special projects, digital-first, all-ages and licensed titles. All of the following books can be purchased at finer comic book shops, where you can also pre-order your selections to ensure you’ll get a copy before they sell out.
INFINITY MAN AND THE FOREVER PEOPLE #1
Written by DAN DIDIO and KEITH GIFFEN
Art and cover by KEITH GIFFEN and SCOTT KOBLISH
1:25 Variant cover by HOWARD PORTER
On sale JUNE 11 • 32 pg, FC, $ 2.99 US • RATED T
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for more information.
Four of the best students from New Genesis arrive on Earth to study and aid in the advancement of humanity – but they soon discover a darker purpose to their mission: a threat so great that it may bring the multiverse itself to its knees! The only thing that stands between them and total destruction is the mysterious entity known as the Infinity Man!
Don’t miss the start of this new series by Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen, the team that brought you the over-the-top adventures of O.M.A.C.!
Fox’s upcoming Gotham pilot is moving along faster than a speeding Batmobile: With primary casting out of the way, the DC Comics-inspired series has released an overview and appropriately cold and gray logo. The drama will focus on a young Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) and his relationships with both Detective Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue) and the 12-year-old Batman-to-be Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz). The overview also name-drops a few other notable Gothamites, including younger versions of the Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor) and Catwoman (Camren Bicondova), but those aren’t the only two Bat-Baddies slated to appear on the show: The overview also mentions the yet-to-be-cast Riddler, Two-Face and the Joker by name.
DC Comics’ event series pitting its bad guys again some even worse guys from another universe reaches its penultimate installment this week, as the home team of villains finally takes the fight to the evil invaders from Earth-3, the evil universe! Which of course means our super-close reading of this superhero epic also reaches its penultimate installments.