Discussion in 'Archive: SF&F: Books and Comics' started by Raven, May 10, 2006.
The three latest Countdown issues are the three worst comics ever published at any time in history.
No, that goes to "One More Day".
Any issue of Tarot?
Never forget that for as many times as DC fumbles, Marvel will do so five times over that single DC instance.
I'd agree with you, but if you look at the sales figures Marvel is beating DC almost every time.
One More Day was pretty bad, but at least it's led to Brand New Day, which is excellent. Even if nothing remotely important in Brand New Day needed One More Day in order to happen. Also, while the plot was somewhat worse than something a three year old could write while drunk, stoned and suffering from... from... something bad, the art and writing were decent.
The art in Countdown is passable. Beyond that...
I hope Superman-Prime survives this war.
"Brand New Day", like "One More Day", both manages to suck and blow at the same time. "Countdown To Final Crisis" trumps it.
Also, "Flash: Rogues Revenge" has been renamed "Final Crisis: Rogues Revenge". It will also become three oversized issues, rather than six issues.
[link=http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=153412]Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins speak.[/link]
While I refuse to get BND on principle, I've heard it was good, and it almost certainly couldn't be as bad as the last few CD issues. But thats neither here nor there.
I must say, the thought of Morrison and Johns teaming up Batman and Robin style to create this years epic story is an erection inducing thought. Now they just have to find a way to get Waid and Rucka involved as well.
So you basically want 52 Part 2.
CHRISTIAN SAW ME WRITE SOMETHING ABOUT BND THAT WASN'T COMPLETLY BASHING IT
I must say, I am in love with these FC covers. Theres just something about them.
FINAL CRISIS #3
Written by Grant Morrison
Art and covers by J.G. Jones
Batman missing in action! Superman immobilized! Green Lantern on trial for his life!
A shadow is falling across Earth?s super heroes ? and now it?s Wonder Woman?s turn to face the Evil Gods!
What bizarre warning from beyond awaits Frankenstein, The Question and the agents of S.H.A.D.E. in the shadows of the Dark Side Club? What grim fate lies in store for The Human Flame? What happens when the Anti-Life Equation hits the internet? Can the Fastest Men Alive outrun The Black Racer ? Death himself? And who are the Justifiers?
The answers are all here as the unstoppable rise of evil continues in FINAL CRISIS #3 by Grant Morrison and J.G. Jones.
Retailers please note: This issue will ship with two covers by J.G. Jones that will ship in approximately 50/50 ratio. Please see the Previews Order Form for more information.
On sale July 30 ? 3 of 7 ? 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US
And this 5 week Batman Rogue gallery event seems interesting. If for the covers alone.
Also Batman RIP looks awesome shut up Raven.
Looking for recommendations for someone for Batgirl trades (besides Year One)- any suggestions?
There sounds to be a LOT of nifty concepts coming out of the whole "Final Crisis" situation. I mean, we've got this blockbuster-sounding Superman/Legion crossover, the Flash story, and I'm also looking forward to Keith Giffin's "Reign in Hell". Civil war... in Hell! DC mystic heroes choosing sides for Hades leader contenders!
I mean which Batgirl?
Also; did Orion just fulfill his destiny?
They didn't specify, I think they're just feeling the character out (and probably aren't aware there's more than one...I wasn't ), but I'll narrow the field down to the trades I see are in-stock at Diamond currently:
-Fists of Fury
-Robin/Batgirl Fresh Blood
-Ghost Batgirl Resurrection Engine
Thats the second Batgirl, Cassandra Cain. They're good, but you also want to pick up the No Man's Land story arc before hand. Which is five trades.
Of course to understand that you'd want to get Cataclysm.
And to understand that you'd want to get Contagion and Legacy
Sweet Lucifer there were a lot of Bat-events.
Yep. Though as we know, Darksied is in "Final Crisis". So what happened might've been the final catalyist for what is to come.
OH LOOK CHRISTIAN
LOOK WHO IS WRITING THE TALE OF THE SPECTRE IN FINAL CRISIS
[link=http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=153960]Greg Rucka on Final Crisis: Revelations [/link]
NOW BRING ON WAID
[link=http://www.newsarama.com/nycomiccon2008/DC/powergirl.html]Power Girl monthly.[/link]
Written by Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti, with art by Amanda Conner.
[link=http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=154269]Gail Simone and Nicola Scott reteam for Secret Six monthly series.[/link]
Pages one through four of DC Universe #0.
[link=http://www.newsarama.com/nycomiccon2008/DC/crisistieins.html]Five "Final Crisis" tie-in one shot issues.[/link]
"Final Crisis: Requiem For A..." by Peter Tomasi & Doug Mahnke, "Final Crisis: Submit", "Final Crisis: Resist", "Final Crisis: Red Lanterns" and "Final Crisis: Superman Beyond" by Grant Morrison and Aaron Lopresti.
The Red Lanterns and two others show up in the first three issues of the main series.
I just have to ask can the DC Universe have something that isn't labeled a Crisis?
I sure remember Invasion Crisis. And Millennium Crisis. Bloodlines Crisis. Amazons Crisis Attack. Final Night Crisis. Legends Crisis. No Man's Crisis Land. Our Crisis Worlds At War. Genesis Crisis. Sinestro Crisis Crops War. War of the Crisis Gods.