Courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive first look at next week's issue of Justice League International, which features an appearance by the blue-mohawked cyber sapien O.M.A.C. And, as you'll witness below, Guy Gardner is the Rodney Dangerfield of the DC Universe. No respect! This issue hits stores next Wednesday,…
We've already crowned Animal Man as the best thing to come out of the DC relaunch, but what about the other twelve titles from last week?
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!
Here's an exclusive sneak peek of DC Comics' new comic book O.M.A.C. In this series, Jack Kirby's One Man Army Corps gets a 21st century cybernetic update, complete with espionage thrills and battles with Frankenstein.
One of the stranger series included in DC's September relaunch is OMAC by Dan DiDio and Keith Giffen. In San Diego, DiDio explained how Jack Kirby's dimetrodon-coiffed hero fits into DC's new universe.
Somewhere out there, the ghost of Jack Kirby is happy, because last night's return of Batman: The Brave and The Bold gave his OMAC character the best treatment he's had in 30+ years. Shame the episode was still pretty dull.
If there was one word to describe this week's (one day late, due to the holiday) haul of new comics, that word may be "brutal". Brutal on your wallet, that is; it's a week of big name books from both Marvel and DC, plus some indies that are worth your time and attention. No matter whether you're looking for the end of…
This week's comics are all about nostalgia, from a new Speed Racer comic to some reprints of the strangest Silver Age comics. One major highlight is the One Man Army Corps, Jack Kirby's 1970s vision of the world of tomorrow. Are you ready for "THE WORLD THAT'S COMING?" Find out, after the jump.