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W.West 05-26-2016 11:59 AM

The DC Comics Thread Vol. 3
 
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KilowogsDisciple 05-26-2016 12:00 PM

Hey THAT'S more like it...actually, that's pretty darn awesome, thanks W!

Fearless 05-26-2016 03:42 PM

That'll do, West. That'll do. ;)

Big Daddy Dave Skywalker 05-26-2016 04:05 PM

(pictures West as Donkey from Shrek)

Mister Ed 05-26-2016 04:41 PM

Funny, when I hear "That'll do (fill-in-the-blank), that'll do" I immediately think the pig from Babe.

KilowogsDisciple 05-26-2016 05:01 PM

It reminds me of the end of this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cIQDpHdS-U

Space Cop 05-26-2016 05:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Mister Ed (Post 927118)
Funny, when I hear "That'll do (fill-in-the-blank), that'll do" I immediately think the pig from Babe.

Me too. In fact, I have to refrain from saying it out loud when I say "that'll do" because most people don't dig being referred to as a pig.

Fearless 05-27-2016 12:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Big Daddy Dave Targaryen I (Post 927116)
(pictures West as Donkey from Shrek)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mister Ed (Post 927118)
Funny, when I hear "That'll do (fill-in-the-blank), that'll do" I immediately think the pig from Babe.


Either will suffice. ;)

Hypo 05-27-2016 01:10 AM

'AQUAMAN' AND 'TITANS' WRITER DAN ABNETT SIGNS WITH DC ENTERTAINMENT
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BURBANK, Calif. (May 26, 2016) – DC Entertainment continues to add top-flight talent to its creative roster, announcing today that it has reached an agreement with writer Dan Abnett to create comic book content solely for the company’s DC and Vertigo imprints. In addition to writing Aquaman: Rebirth #1 and Aquaman #1 in June, Abnett will also pen Titans: Rebirth #1, continuing threads from his storyline in his current Titans Hunt miniseries. Shipping twice monthly, the Aquaman art team includes talented artists Phil Briones, Scot Eaton, Oscar Jimenez, Jesus Merino and Brad Walker, while the monthly Titans will see artist Brett Booth accompany Abnett on the book.

“Dan Abnett is the perfect fit for Aquaman and Titans,” said DC Entertainment Co-Publisher Jim Lee. “He skillfully balances great dialogue and high-octane action, making for great reads every time. DC is excited that he’ll be giving fans more great stories in both books as we enter into our line wide REBIRTH re-launch in June and beyond.”

Aquaman continues the story of Arthur Curry, the King of Atlantis, as he seeks to reconcile his dual heritage of land and sea. A citizen of both worlds, Arthur seeks to unite Atlantis with the rest of the global community. But his plans will be thrown into chaos with the return of his arch-nemesis Black Manta, who seeks to destroy the careful balance of peace, and bring Aquaman’s world crashing down.

Titans continues story beats from Abnett’s run on Titans Hunt, with teammates Wally West, Donna Troy, Arsenal, Garth, Lilith and Nightwing all reunited after the disastrous consequences of having their memories lost. Now, with their memories intact they will attempt to reunite as a team, and stop the demon that broke them apart and is a threat to reality itself.

"I was delighted by Dan DiDio's invitation to sign exclusively with DC,” said Abnett. “My recent work for DC, on projects like He-Man, Earth 2 and Titans Hunt have been both rewarding and enjoyable, and now with Aquaman's Rebirth in the mix, and the Titans as a new series, it seems like the ideal time to really focus on DC work and do my best to knock each and every issue out of the park. Not that we have baseball parks in the UK. We have cricket pitches. But the point stands, anyway..."

Abnett makes his REBIRTH debut on Aquaman: Rebirth #1 (on sale June 8) and Aquaman #1 (on sale June 22) beginning an all-new story arc, blasting out of the events of the DC Universe: Rebirth #1 special, written by Geoff Johns (Justice League, Green Lantern: Rebirth, Flash: Rebirth), that went on sale May 25. As part of the REBIRTH line wide re-launch, Aquaman will ship twice monthly, and at a lower price of $2.99.

Hypo 05-27-2016 03:00 AM

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Hypo 05-31-2016 10:58 PM

Green Arrow: Rebirth #1 Preview
Writer: Ben Percy
Artist: Otto Schmidt

http://i.imgur.com/9jagxGz.png?1

Space Cop 06-01-2016 03:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Hypo (Post 927471)
Green Arrow: Rebirth #1 Preview
Writer: Ben Percy
Artist: Otto Schmidt

Except for the Forever Evil tie-ins, I haven't read any GA in the New 52, but I'm seriously considering trying this tomorrow.

Darth_Primus 06-01-2016 03:24 PM

Watchmen Co-Creator Dave Gibbons


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Watchmen co-creator Dave Gibbons attended the recent MCM London Comic-Con where he talked about DC and Marvel.

Last week saw DC Comics release their big Rebirth issue which tied the DC Comics universe directly into the Gibbons and Alan Moore's Watchmen universe.

Gibbons didn't seem too pleased by that.

"I wouldn't make the question too long. All I'm going to say is no comment," Gibbons said when Rebirth and Doctor Manhattan were brought up. "I have no comment."

Gibbons was then asked if he consulted on Rebirth or if DC bothered to drop him an e-mail.

"No, they didn't. And that's all I'm going to say," Gibbons said.

Big Daddy Dave Skywalker 06-01-2016 04:17 PM

What a shocker!

Space Cop 06-01-2016 05:55 PM

If they're going to outright go against Moore's wishes, what's the difference in snubbing Gibbons?

Darth_Primus 06-01-2016 07:50 PM

Anyone get a good sense of the overall fan's reaction to Rebirth?

Hypo 06-01-2016 07:57 PM

Twitter/Reddit have been happy with this week's titles as far as I can tell and they loved last week's one-shot.

KilowogsDisciple 06-01-2016 08:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Darth_Primus (Post 927565)
Anyone get a good sense of the overall fan's reaction to Rebirth?

It seemed well received...I don't know much about business, but I don't think there would be the special edition things coming out if it hadn't.

All it did for me was reaffirm my knocking off over fifty percent of my DC subscriptions and moving them over to Marvel. I didn't like the direction at all, and the worse thing for me is apparently this new direction will have repercussions all over DC. Too bad for me.

I'm keeping my Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Justice League, and Superman subscriptions, and hoping like hell they don't mess up Blue Beetle or Teen Titans (of course I HAVE to check those two out, I've been waiting forever for another Jaime title in particular).

In my (admittedly twisted) mind, that's it. Marvel finally overcame DC in my mind, it took them years to do it, though. To me that sorry ass Batman movie, Johns' continued, sorry ass executive position and retarded leave of writing comics, Rebirth #1, us Green Lantern fans getting a Hulk sized spiked dildo up the buttal regions...I'm mostly done.

But that's just my lowly opinion. Hey, a lot of people are into what DC's doing and more power to them. I consider myself fortunate to be able to hang around and just talk about comics, to be honest!

KilowogsDisciple 06-01-2016 09:00 PM

Uh....heh. I just realized that Detective Comics had not only Barrows on art but co-features BATWOMAN. One big wow...

(sheepishly) maybe I'm wrong....:spank:

Hypo 06-01-2016 11:32 PM

'Rebirth': Geoff Johns Talks About Bringing Hope Back to the DC Universe
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So, is this really it for you and comics? You're co-writing a couple of the Rebirth relaunch issues, but this seems to be the last thing you have on the cards in terms of comics for the foreseeable future.

I'm taking a break for awhile. Rebirth is my last book for awhile, Justice League No. 50 is my last monthly book for awhile. But, you know, comics are my first love. I'll be back — I've set some stuff up in the Rebirth special that I'm going to see through — but I need to take a break and take care of some other things. I won't be gone that long. It's nice to read comics as a fan for awhile, though. [Laughs]
'Rebirth is the DNA of DC Comics': Geoff Johns offers in-depth breakdown of epic new comic
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Will Shazam be getting his own book? What about Justice Society and Legion of Super Heroes? And what’s the strategy to rolling it out?

“There will be a Shazam book. Not by me, but they’re definitely doing a Shazam book. One of the reasons they’re double shipping, the advantage to double-ship, is to take the number of titles and contract it, and the number of characters. Get these characters right. Then, slowly, when you’ve made sure everything’s working in a great way, then Shazam comes out. Legion of Super-Heroes comes out. Justice Society comes out. Atom comes out. All the other books can come out. But it’s important to get them done right first. It is hard to launch 52 books, and make them all great. I think it’s better to focus on fewer characters, then expand it as the emotional base is back.”

Some of it is long-term plans. Some of this stuff you’ll see in a week, some of it you’ll see months and months from now. You don’t want to dump everything out. You want it to breathe, and live organically. But there is a story to be told. The JSA is one of the casualties of a reboot; you lose some of that history. This is to say, there was this secret team and only Johnny Thunder knows what happened. And seeing those characters come back … This is probably getting ahead of myself, and you can read between the lines, but if Wally represents individual legacy, the JSA represent team legacy.”

[And yes, he confirms that that is Saturn Girl on Page 19]
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The Superman mystery and death of New 52 Superman:

“The way he goes out is very interesting. In Superman #52, he explodes with energy, and there’s just ash. You’re not sure what happened to him. There is a mystery to what Superman of New 52, and Superman of Lois & Clark are. We picked that up and said, there’s no difference between pre-Flashpoint and post-Flashpoint, so there has to be a new mystery between these characters. That plays out in the Superman books.”
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Which storyline will continue the plotline with Doctor Manhattan:

“That will be a future conversation! That would be a good story to tell. And I will say, it would be a story that would not involve double-page spreads of super heroes smashing their fists into Doctor Manhattan. You have to treat that very carefully. It is an intellectual and emotional story. It is definitely not a 10-part crossover. That story is a special, special story to tell.

LanternJake 06-02-2016 12:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Darth_Primus (Post 927533)

I kind of feel sorry for both Moore and Gibbons but at the same time I don't.

It's a shame Watchmen hasn't been left alone. I thought it'd be left as one of THE classic DC stories that was self contained.

But on the other side of the coin, they created these characters while at DC and DC can do what they want with the characters. Do DC really owe an explanation ?

I think the characters used in a different context works and as we might've seen with Mr.Oz already , they could be a lot different to how we saw them in Watchmen.

Big Daddy Dave Skywalker 06-02-2016 01:56 AM

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Originally Posted by LanternJake (Post 927631)

I think the characters used in a different context works and as we might've seen with Mr.Oz already , they could be a lot different to how we saw them in Watchmen.

They could all end up redesigned by Jim Lee with kewl V collars, strappy boots, armor plating and lots of linework.


DC would have been better off not touching Watchmen and leaving it a self contained story contained in those 12 issues. More proof that Kahn and Levitz leaving DC were the worst thing to happen to DC since...well, pretty much ever.

"Chosen" 06-02-2016 03:44 PM

DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1 Gets Third Printing, First Wave Of REBIRTH One-Shots Get Seconds

Hypo 06-02-2016 03:49 PM

Square bound and $5.99 for the 3rd printing as well.

Mister Ed 06-02-2016 03:58 PM

I'm feeling a little put out that DC may well have deliberately run a shorter initial run on this so they could jack the price on all subsequent runs once hype had built (partly from its "sold out" status). I'm also more annoyed that my LCS didn't pull it for me in the first place (though if the quantities were limited, they may not have GOTTEN enough copies to pull one for me).

Is anybody really demanding the fancier binding that supposedly accounts for this higher price? I doubt it.

"Chosen" 06-02-2016 04:02 PM

Did you tell your LCS to pull the book for you?

Darth_Primus 06-02-2016 04:03 PM

Maybe the shorter initial was due to John Geoffs' commitment to buy back all copies of Rebirth if readers didn't like it. :p

Mister Ed 06-02-2016 04:13 PM

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Originally Posted by "Chosen" (Post 927668)
Did you tell your LCS to pull the book for you?

Not specifically, no, so I definitely bear some of the blame, but I DID confirm with them in advance that they would be pulling Rebirth titles related to titles on my current pull list (so they BETTER have done THAT), and I assumed that they would pull Rebirth, too, since it seems kind of important, almost my entire pull list is DC, and in the past they have ALWAYS pulled that sort of thing automatically and just let me tell them if I didn't want it when I came to pick up my box.

Big Daddy Dave Skywalker 06-02-2016 06:12 PM

I didn't ask for Rebirth #1 and they didn't pull it for me, but my local shop still had a few copies on the shelf on that Wednesday it came out. I bought it for shits and giggles, and to give it a chance.

They did pull Green LanternS rebirth #1 for me yesterday. I was just going to read it on the shelf but there weren't any left on the shelf anyway. I said screw it and bought it.

Big Daddy Dave Skywalker 06-02-2016 06:16 PM

I'm off from work today and spent time bagging/boarding old comics and filing them away in longboxes in my comic room. I got everything put away and spent time tidying up and reorganizing my 7 GL longboxes. I labelled the divider cards I was missing and fixed some filing mistakes I made the last few years. Feeling kind of melancholy about it right now.

KilowogsDisciple 06-02-2016 09:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Big Daddy Dave Targaryen I (Post 927677)
I'm off from work today and spent time bagging/boarding old comics and filing them away in longboxes in my comic room. I got everything put away and spent time tidying up and reorganizing my 7 GL longboxes. I labelled the divider cards I was missing and fixed some filing mistakes I made the last few years. Feeling kind of melancholy about it right now.

It can be a pain, but it really pays off for the collection. I'm betting you're glad now you took the time :)

Big Daddy Dave Skywalker 06-03-2016 03:42 AM

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Originally Posted by KilowogsDisciple (Post 927696)
It can be a pain, but it really pays off for the collection. I'm betting you're glad now you took the time :)

It was worth doing. Just kind of sad looking through 7 longboxes of GL comics I acquired over 30+ years as I get ready to end my collecting habits. Knowing there are two GL titles that I won't be buying? When I have every issue from 1959 to today? Feels strange.

Booster Beetle 06-03-2016 04:03 AM

57 years of GL comics?

Damn Dave!!

Space Cop 06-03-2016 04:08 AM

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Originally Posted by Big Daddy Dave Targaryen I (Post 927726)
It was worth doing. Just kind of sad looking through 7 longboxes of GL comics I acquired over 30+ years as I get ready to end my collecting habits. Knowing there are two GL titles that I won't be buying? When I have every issue from 1959 to today? Feels strange.

Well, I liked (not loved) the Rebirth issue, but even if I didn't, it wouldn't bother me more than Winick's run. That was the lowest point in GL history for me and I got past it.

Booster Beetle 06-03-2016 04:27 AM

Interesting, didn't Winick write GL when Kyle had that Jim Lee designed costume?

I don't remember it being as bad as Vendetti's GL

Big Daddy Dave Skywalker 06-03-2016 11:14 AM

A bad as Winick' run was (and the whole run wasn't bad, just most of it), I always felt like there was a light at the end of the tunnel for me as a fan. That I would be rewarded for hanging on, which I eventually was with Rebirth in 2005. Now I just feel like DC itself has lost it's way, not one creative team.

Anyway, I'm going to pick up the Hal Jordan & The Green Lantern Corps rebirth issue to give it a chance, but seeing they are keeping the same writer, I'm not expecting to be impressed with anything other than the art.

Big Daddy Dave Skywalker 06-03-2016 11:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Booster Beetle (Post 927728)
57 years of GL comics?

Damn Dave!!

Yeah. I'm only missing a few variant covers from the last couple of years where I stopped giving a crap. I have every issue from Showcase #22 to today.

Booster Beetle 06-03-2016 02:21 PM

Fuck that's a lot of comics

KilowogsDisciple 06-03-2016 02:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Big Daddy Dave Targaryen I (Post 927734)
Yeah. I'm only missing a few variant covers from the last couple of years where I stopped giving a crap. I have every issue from Showcase #22 to today.

The reality is, you haven't missed much since Blackest Night, so there's that.

Space Cop 06-03-2016 04:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Big Daddy Dave Targaryen I (Post 927733)
A bad as Winick' run was (and the whole run wasn't bad, just most of it), I always felt like there was a light at the end of the tunnel for me as a fan. . .

I didn't. I actually quit my subscription at that time (though it was also because I was in college and low on funds). Before vol. 3 ended I came back and spent a lot more money filling in all the missing issues. I decided I wouldn't quit again.


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