So I read Gotham by Midnight #2 today and I love the way they are portraying the Spectre. To explain how and why the new Spectre works, though, I'm going to have to explain the history of the Spectre and why so many people had trouble writing for him before.
The mid-1990s was the heyday of Vertigo Comics, DC's trippy, grown-up imprint. But one of the best Vertigo-esque comics appeared instead, almost unnoticed, on DC's Milestone Imprint. And after 14 years, the unsettling supernatural nanotechnology tale XOMBI is coming back.
In Utah, a 10-year-old boy found a nekkid lady in The Spectre 9, which came in a comic-book grab bag his mother bought him for Easter. Rather than ask for a $1 refund from Dollar Tree, mom called local news.
Biggest surprise of Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths? It's not the fast-moving, funny script, nor the best-looking animation from a DC Universe project yet. Nope, it's that Wonder Woman comes away as the most impressive character of the movie.