constantine:

Get fired up for Constantine, October 24.

constantine:

Get fired up for Constantine, October 24.

Constantine - Our Souls to Keep (Promo)

thecwflash:

Felicity kiss. Captain Cold. You ain’t seen nothing yet! Take a look at what’s coming up on The Flash, Tuesdays at 8/7c! 

dcuniversepresents:

The New 52: Futures End #23-24 covers by Ryan Sook”
For secrets revealed, look to the skies.” Dan Didio

dcuniversepresents:

The New 52: Futures End #23-24 covers by Ryan Sook

For secrets revealed, look to the skies.” Dan Didio

paneloids:

DC Comics Launches Two Surprising BATMAN New 52 Series in October

Arkham Manor by Gerry Duggan and Shawn Crystal & Gotham Academy, written by Becky Cloonan (who has previously worked on Batman as an artist) and Brendan Fletcher with art by Karl Kerschl

*Probably due to the upcoming fox show “Gotham”, looks great but i don’t believe I’ll be picking up any of the two. 

paneloids:

DC’s September 2014 FUTURES END Event Week 3 & 4 Covers, Click here to see the rest.

chevroletandcomics:

Kyle Rayner - DC Universe’s Own Avatar. The Rainbow Lantern. Wielder of all 7 colors and emotions.

(via paneloids)

Comic Book News (that I read this week)

DC’s Messy Superman Crossovers

I’ve been reading comics for many years now, and I don’t remember a time when Superman crossovers seemed so haphazard. I think the Batman titles have done a fair job of allowing other titles to crossover for just a month and tell a related story but keeping the primary story in one title.  Superman stories, on the other hand, seem to be the victim of poor planning.

I remember not too long ago that there was a story in the Superman title that crossed over into the Action Comics Annual when none of the story had taken place in the Action Comics monthly.  (I also think the vice versa happened as well.)

There was also a recent crossover between the Batman/Superman and Worlds’ Finest titles where, if you wanted to read the story in order, you had to let 2 issues of Worlds’ Finest collect dust while waiting for part 3 of the story in Batman/Superman to finally ship. (But late-shipping titles is a complaint for another time. I’m looking at you, Forever Evil.)

I’m reminded of these problems because of the current Superman: Doomed crossover. {See the reading order checklist here.}  Superman #31 is involved this month (and issue #30 last month for a prelude to the story), but since Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr take over with issue #32, they are doing their own thing.  Batman/Superman #11 is included in the crossover this month but wasn’t even involved in the prelude.

Moving forward, the Superman: Doomed story

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