So last time, we examined the crossovers in the Golden Age between National Comics and All-American Comics before they were merged to create, essentially, DC Comics. (They wouldn’t officially call themselves “DC Comics” until 1977. Before that, they would brand their comics as “A Superman DC Production” or simply “A…
If Smallville: Absolute Justice was a stealth pilot for a Justice Society show, we're in... But not until someone works out a way to make Hawkman look less ridiculous with those giant wings of his. Spoilers!
Tonight's Smallville: Absolute Justice brings DC Comics' Justice Society of America to television, as written by comic fan-favorite Geoff Johns. But if you're wondering why you should care, here's a quick introduction to the superteam.
Want to see some more hints about television's Justice Society? DC Comics' blog has an exclusive clip from Smallville's "Absolute Justice" episode, as well as writer Geoff Johns promising "more cameos and easter eggs than Green Lanterns." [The Source]
The first official pics of the Justice Society from Smallville have been released, and while the costumes are certainly faithful to the comic books, we're worried that they're kinda... well, ridiculous-looking. Click through to judge for yourself.
It's enough to warrant a "TV Movie Event" and a special subtitle, but does the appearance of Smallville's Justice Society of America actually look good? Click through and judge for yourself.
Fittingly, perhaps, for our book and comic theme week, there's a lot to buy in comic stores tomorrow. Whether you're looking for zombies, space opera, superheroes, detectives or even just a new Dr. Horrible, there's something here for you.
Fans of the CW's Smallville should look to Superman comics to see where the ninth season will take them... including the current World of New Krypton storyline, and some potentially disastrous fashion choices. Spoilers!
Even though the entire industry spent the last week sunning themselves (and by "sunning themselves," I mean, "slowly roasting themselves in large windowless rooms talking to nerds like me"), your local comic book store will still find itself with a full selection of brand new books tomorrow as regular as clockwork.…
Despite what many of you merry perverts may think, it's not all musclemen in tights and axe-wielding schoolgirls in short skirts in comicbookland. Although, to be fair, both of those categories are represented in this Wednesday's comic shops, as the pre-Summer lull gets filled with reprints and all manner of plot…