It's hard to remember, but there was once a time when Grant Morrison wasn't known for mind-boggling superhero comics. In fact, there was a time before he was known at all — which changed immediately after DC gave him the reins to Animal Man in 1988. The first awesome Omnibus of Morrison's seminal (and quite insane)…
If you haven't gotten a chance to watch DC Nation on Cartoon Network, you can now watch tons of the show's greatest shorts, including Super Best Friends Forever, Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld, and World's Funnest.
Courtesy of DC Comics, here's a first look at this Wednesday's issue of Animal Man, which sees Buddy Baker stuck in a hellish nightmare future known as "The Rotworld" alongside mutated corpse versions of Deathstroke the Terminator and Grifter. Here's the rundown:
What if you could improve the human race by splicing in some animal parts? Would we be better off with cats' eyes? What if you added the lungs of a goose, the muscles of a chimp, and the circulatory system of a penguin? Let's discover which animal parts could enhance our feeble human bodies.
2011 gave us a wealth of great new comics, which ranged from tales of moss monsters to feral school headmasters to martial artists with the power to make their limbs fly off. But what comic book debuts tickled our fancy the most? Here are our picks, in no particular order.
We've been immensely fond of Jeff Lemire and Travel Foreman's relaunch of the famously trippy comic book Animal Man. Now, courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive sneak peek at next Wednesday's issue.
At New York Comic Con, io9 caught up with writer Jeff Lemire, current writer of DC Comics' New 52 titles Animal Man and Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E.
Last Wednesday, DC's fired off its first salvo of relaunched first issues. Of the thirteen rebooted books, some worked, a bunch didn't, and one debut absolutely knocked it out of the park. That comic was Jeff Lemire's and Travel Foreman's superhero-horror yarn Animal Man.
What's in comic stores this Wednesday? Grant Morrison's "Bruce Springsteen Superman," the return of scifi man of mystery Casanova Quinn, and Animal Man crying tears of hemoglobin. Gross!
I love Grant Morrison. You love Grant Morrison. Your significant other is probably thinking lewd thoughts about Grant Morrison right now. But there's one place where G.M. gets no love: mainstream superhero comic continuity. What's up with that?
2010 sees the 75th anniversary of DC Comics, which launched in February 1935 with the first issue of New Fun. Since then, it's gone on to publish some of the greatest comics ever. Here're seventy-five you really should've read already.
What's that, you're saying? You're expecting this week's load at the comic store to be light because everyone's going to be at San Diego talking about comics instead of publishing them? It's an understandable assumption to make, but also one that'd do its best to fulfill that whole "making an ass out've u and me"…