DC Comics is releasing more Looney Tunes / DC Universe crossovers this summer. All new issues will be released on August 29th, 2018 and will feature 48 pages of story that includes a bonus backup in each comic for $4.99.
The Hunt For the Black Vortex Continues in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #24!
Here’s a short preview of Guardians of the Galaxy #24 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Valerio Schiti, on sale February 11th, 2015 from Marvel Comics.
This February, the hunt is on a the Guardians of the Galaxy and the X-Men square off against hordes of cosmic foes in GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #24 – chapter 2 of the highly anticipated Guardians of the Galaxy & X-Men: The Black Vortex crossover!
IDW Publishing Partners With Boom! Studios For Epic Crossover
IDW Publishing and BOOM! Studios have partnered for the first time to bring us Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive by writers Scott and David Tipton and artist Rachael Stott.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to “mind-meld” with a sentient ape? Or wanted to see a Klingon on horseback, brandishing a rifle? Readers will soon have a chance to peek into just such an alternate future, as IDW Publishing partners with BOOM! Studios for the crossover event of the year: Star Trek/Planet of the Apes.
JOSEPH MICHAEL LINSNER TAKES THE REINS AS BOTH WRITER AND ARTIST!
ON HISTORIC CROSS-OVER OF DAWN AND VAMPIRELLA!
Dawn creator Joseph Michael Linsner will not only write, but also provide the artwork, for the historic first ever Dawn/Vampirella crossover coming this September from Dynamite Entertainment.
Dawn/Vampirella #1 is the historic crossover series being released from Dynamite this September! Not only is this Dawn‘s FIRST ever crossover, but this series also celebrates the 25th anniversary of Dawn and the 45th anniversary of Vampirella! And as icing on the cake, this series is written and drawn by Dawn creator Joseph Michael Linsner!
Historic Dawn / Vampirella Event Series Features First-Ever Dawn Crossover for 25th Anniversary
Dynamite Entertainment announced a first ever Dawn / Vampirella crossover miniseries, with covers by Joseph Michael Linsner, to be released in early 2014.
Dynamite is proud to announce that the acclaimed Joseph Michael Linsner will, for the first time ever, launch a crossover event sharing the spotlight between his beloved creator-owned heroine Dawn and the comic book horror icon Vampirella. Dedicated fans of the two femme fatales can enjoy the six-issue Dawn / Vampirella series when it debuts in early 2014, featuring a whimsical script and breathtaking covers by Linsner himself.
In Dawn / Vampirella, a ten-headed demon named Ravana tricks Dawn and Vampirella, snatching them away and holding them hostage. With the two most beautiful women in all worlds at his mercy, Ravana wishes to select one as a mate to usher in a new age. Rather than a challenge of physical prowess, the ladies choose a more sophisticated and feminine contest, facing each other instead in a competition of storytelling prowess. If Dawn wins, the new age will be one of light. If Vampirella wins, it will be an age of darkness. Together, they take Ravana to the bloody shores of Drakulon, to post-apocalyptic New York, and to worlds beyond his wildest dreams. Ultimately, the ladies know that they must join forces to overcome him… but what common ground can be found between Goddess and Vampire?
DC Comics goes LIGHTS OUT in October 2013 in their Green Lantern titles.
According to DC Comics, the Lights Out crossover event that begins in October and spans the entire Green Lantern Universe, will change it forever!… Or at least what forever means in comic book terms these days.
Here is the press release from DC and several preview pages from Green Lantern #24 with art by Billy Tan.
This October, “Lights Out” will span across all of the GREEN LANTERN family titles. And earlier this week, Relic’s Villains Month one-shot hit stores and set the stage for this epic crossover event that will change the Green Lantern universe forever.
“There are seven different colors of the emotional spectrum, each of them represented by their own corps. Green Lanterns wear rings powered by will, Red Lanterns rage, Yellow Lanterns fear, and so on,” GREEN LANTERN writer Robert Vendittiexplained. “For reasons none of the Lanterns are sure of, the rings have been malfunctioning lately. Enter Relic, a remnant of the universe before ours, who thinks he knows what’s wrong with the rings and has a solution. Unfortunately, ridding the universe of every last Lantern is part of that solution.”
Keeping Up With the Kryptonians:
A Family Reunion?
I have cable TV. I grew up with cable TV. I watch too much cable TV. And if you watch cable TV like I watch cable TV, you know that some of the better movie channels go through cycles of playing the same shit over and over for weeks on end. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner for the eyes and ears is the same serving of Meryl Streep sullenly walking through the West Village of New York, or Bruce Willis breaking through glass windows in bare feet bellowing “yippee ka-yay”. Sure I like sitting down for a good film viewing with a bowl of popcorn and some Red Vines, but many times I watch the same movie over a matter of weeks, while getting ready for work, or maybe during the 15 minutes before the Daily Show comes on. It’s the way of our cable subscribing, ADD world.