Writer Tom King & artist Mitch Gerads of The Sheriff Of Babylon will be teaming up together again for twelve issue Mister Miracle Maxi-Series, starting in August of 2017. More details at Paste Magazine
By Lee Allred, Michael Allred & Laura Allred
The old met the new on Wednesday as DC’s ongoing celebration of Jack Kirby’s centennial crossed paths with the publisher’s newest imprint, Young Animal. This blending of sensibilities is not novel for Young Animal; Shade the Changing Girl is a homage to both Steve Ditko’s original stories along Peter Milligrin and Chris Bachalo’s iconic 90s take for Vertigo. In this case, Bug! The Adventures of Forager is a new limited series centered on a minor player from Jack Kirby’s sprawling New Gods cosmology. Forager is a member of a race of humanoid creatures called bugs which compose the working class of New Genesis. They are viewed, often dismissively, as nameless, interchangeable laborers in the machinery of New Genesis. Forager, however, feels the tug of independence, a sensation reinforced by the suggestion that his destiny lies above, not below, the surface. The opening page of Bug! relates this background information in a succinct manner while also delightfully establishing the series’ idiosyncratic tone.
Dan Jurgens Will be Working on Superman: Lois & Clark with Lee Weeks, Convergence writer Jeff King will be doing a series on the main villain, Telos & Dan Abneet will be writing The Secret History Of The Teen Titans.
Neal Adams will be launching a series titled The Coming Of The Superman in December of 2015. Six issues dealing with all of Jack Kirby’s characters fighting Superman.
By Neal Adams, Tony Bedard & Alex Sinclair
This is an odd little book. Well, maybe not quite so little, as it is immediately apparent that Neal Adams is working on a vast canvas for this project. The cover alone depicts not two, but four Supermen poised for action, while lightning streaks the background. Beneath the cover, it only takes three pages for the Parademons to appear. This is a comic that hits the ground running and never lets up, jumping from one dramatic moment to the next. Adams mixes this high-octane action with some off-beat narrative twists that are responsible for the whole issue feeling, yes, a bit odd. However, considering that this is the same mind responsible for Batman Odyssey, readers should not have been expecting anything less.
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