With so many new releases, you'd be forgiven for thinking that San Diego was this week... But, instead, just start worrying that it means that even more is headed your way in time for next week's sun-drenched shenanigans.
Despite the success that they've brought their publisher, it seems as if DC Comics is very eager to celebrate the end of both Superman and Batman, given the care and attention lavished on two hardcover goodbyes to the characters.
This month, spend some time in Victorian steampunk England, hunt down lost artifacts on Mars, or get to know Batman a little better. You could also grab a drink in post-apocalyptic Wales. All that and more, in July books.
All comic-ed out after NYCC? You're not the only one; the comic industry itself seems to be in recovery mode, judging by this week's anemic haul. But there is good stuff waiting to be found.
Neil Gaiman has been showing off a couple more pieces of art from his upcoming Batman story, "Whatever Happened To The Caped Crusader," giving another hint as to what Batman we can expect to meet.
Neil Gaiman's two-part send-off to Batman, Whatever Happened To The Caped Crusader, doesn't hit stores until February, but we've got an exclusive page for your holiday enjoyment. Click through for fast cars and hot women.
While fans may have spent hours analyzing the cover to the first part of Neil Gaiman's "Whatever Happened To The Caped Crusader after it was leaked in September, all of their work was for naught. As Gaiman explained to MTV News, "That wasn’t the cover... What it was, was a trial of an idea to draw [a new version of]…
A huge-name comic writer taking over a comic icon for a two-part storyline that wraps up a character's history and readies said character for a high-level relaunch - Neil Gaiman's Whatever Happened To The Caped Crusader?, announced last weekend and starting in January next year? No, Alan Moore's classic Superman…