Recently, me, my brother (AkronAwol17) and my grandmother, started watching the CW show, Arrow. We are currently season 2, episode 11, I believe, and I've gotta say, I have really enjoyed it so far. Rich, deep characters, a cool (if a bit cliché) setting and concept (the whole "I'm the only one who can save my dying city, regardless of whether it sees me as bad or good" thing), with lots of interesting twists on the original concepts of characters, such as Deathstroke and Black Canary. I can't wait to watch more and go further into the story.
With that being said, I'm considering the idea of starting to read and follow the current Green Arrow comics (Vol 5). I'm hoping that I enjoy the comic version as much as I've been enjoying the CW series.
"You’re only an immortal until someone manages to kill you. After that, you were just long-lived." -John Taylor
"Fetch your evil Librarian mother from prison, while I fire up the giant penguin." -Leavenworth Smedry
A bit late with this news. Then again, comic book news is not my forte.
A crossover of Suicide Squad and Justice League is coming. It's written by Joshua Williamson with art by Jason Fabok and Tony Daniel.
Plot: The story deals with the day Amanda Waller knew was coming: the Justice League has discovered the existence of Task Force X. You can imagine DC's biggest heroes fighting for truth and justice won't agree with the idea of a government black ops team of supercriminals forced to go on missions with bombs planted in their heads.
DC Comics and IDW Publishing are releasing Love is Love, a graphic novel anthology which supports the Equality Florida in its efforts to help victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.
It set for December 2016.
Announced today via The New York Times, the anthology is the brainchild of Marc Andreyko, known for comics work such as Manhunter and Batwoman, who says it was inspired by the collaborative charity efforts of the ’80s such as We Are The World and Live Aid. Among those initially announced for the anthology are comedian Patton Oswalt, Lost’s Damon Lindelof, Superwoman‘s Phil Jimenez and The Unworthy Thor‘s Olivier Coipel.
While the New York Times article is sparse on creator announcements, several more have confirmed their involvement via Twitter. Steve Orlando will contribute a story with Iain Laurie, James Tynion IV will team with Molly Osertag, and James Asmus, Ryan Ferrier and Ming Doyle are also working together as part of the project.
The anthology will clock in at 100 one-or-two pages stories across 144 pages, and will retail for $9.99.
Read More: 'Love Is Love' To Benefit Survivors Of Orlando Shooting
Power Rangers, Justice League Crossover Comic Series Announced
Saban Brands and Boom! Studios announced on Friday that they are collaborating on a six-issue mini crossover comic combining Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers and Justice League.
Tom Taylor (Injustice: Gods Among Us) is writing the comic and Stephen Byrne (Justice League of America Rebirth: The Ray) is illustrating. Karl Kerschl will draw the main covers for all the issues, and each issue will also have a variant cover from a different artist. The variant covers will feature one Power Ranger with one member of the Justice League:
Batman/Pink Ranger by Dan Hipp Cyborg/Blue Ranger by Dustin Nguyen The Flash/Black Ranger by Yasmine Putri Green Lantern John Stewart/Yellow Ranger by Marguerite Sauvage Superman/Green Ranger by Chris Sprouse Wonder Woman/Red Ranger by Marcus To
Plot: Something terrible has happened in Angel Grove when the Power Rangers' Command Center is breached and the teleporters are damaged! Zack the Black Ranger is flung into an alternate universe full of citizens possessing outrageous powers and wearing strange costumes. Will Jason the Red Ranger, Trini the Yellow Ranger, Kimberly the Pink Ranger, Billy the Blue Ranger and Tommy the Green Ranger be able to get to Zack in time to save him from Batman?
trailer for anyone who wants an introduction to Super Sons
Plot: “When I grow up” part one! The sons of Batman and Superman have graduated to their own monthly comic-but if they want to survive, they’re going to have to share it! Writer Peter J. Tomasi (BATMAN & ROBIN, SUPERMAN) teams with rising-star artist Jorge Jimenez (EARTH 2) to bring you the adventures of the World’s Smallest. This debut issue looks at the lives of Robin and Superboy and their destiny to follow in their fathers’ footsteps, while we meet a new villain whose ascension parallels the boys’ own understanding of their powers-except that he believes it’s his right to rule over every being on the planet!
Kotobukiya announced the first two figures in its new Ikemen line to the delight of hunky superhero fans everywhere. The first figure is a 1/7-scale sculpt of Batman's former sidekick Dick Grayson as Nightwing.
The figure has alternate face options including an option with and without his domino mask. First edition figures will also come with a third face option where Nightwing appears to be mid-sentence, lips pursed. The figure will be released in March for 8,000 yen (US$71).
The second figure in the line-up is Jason Todd as the Red Hood. Details like price and a release timeline will be announced soon.
The Nightwing and Red Hood figures are based on artwork by illustrator Ricken. Ricken drew covers for Birds of Prey #22 and #23 and is credited as an artist for DC Universe Presents #17 and Volume 3: Black Lightning and Blue Devil, and worked as penciller for Teen Titans #13 and #14. In their profile they list their interests as "masks, capes, and buttocks."
Kotobukiya's Bishōjo line expanded outside DC properties to include Marvel, Tekken, Street Fighter, and American horror film characters. Fans will have to wait and see which guys get the Ikemen treatment next.
There is a movie called PROFESSOR MARSTON & THE WONDER WOMEN? which comes on October 13, 2017
In a superhero origin tale unlike any other, PROFESSOR MARSTON & THE WONDER WOMEN is the incredible true story of what inspired Harvard psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston to create the iconic Wonder Woman character in the 1940's. While Marston's feminist superhero was criticized by censors for her 'sexual perversity', he was keeping a secret that could have destroyed him. Marston’s muses for the Wonder Woman character were his wife Elizabeth Marston and their lover Olive Byrne, two empowered women who defied convention: working with Marston on human behavior research -- while building a hidden life with him that rivaled the greatest of superhero disguises.