Tag Archive: Five Years Later

Feb 19 2014

Highlights from DC Comics May 2014 solicitations

We already knew that DC Comics had some major changes lined up for 2014, including the “Five Years Later” event coming down the line closer to September, with inevitable Free Comic Book Day tie-in issue. Now, thanks to the full May solicitations from DC Comics, we can see that there are some other big events, …

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Dec 18 2013

Behind the Panels Issue 82 – The Adventures of Barry Ween, Boy Genius

In this issue, it’s graphic novels galore, mid-season finales and enough Spider-man films to make you moist. PLUS our Kick Ass Pick of the Week, The Adventures of Barry Ween: Boy Genius by Judd Winick. Next Week: Father Christmas by Raymond Briggs. Your Hosts: Richard Gray, David McVay and Dave Longo   If you are an iTunes user, subscribe for free …

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Dec 12 2013

DC Comics launches weekly Five Years Later event with ‘The New 52: Futures End’

What’s DC up to now? We saw glimpses of it before via a DC All-Access video last month, but now DC Comics has officially announced the Five Years Later event to the Associated Press. The event will kick off on Free Comic Book Day in May 2014, with a weekly series to follow shortly afterwards …

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Nov 18 2013

Behind the Panels Issue 78 – Avengers: Endless Wartime

In this issue, DC continues to tease the 5 years later event. Maybe the gimmick this time is good stories. AND Elizabeth Olsen is the Scarlet Witch. Her brother Quicksilver sure is a lucky guy. THEN it’s all the latest reviews, news PLUS our Kick-Ass Pick of the Week, Avengers: Endless Wartime by Warren Ellis and Mike McKone. …

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Nov 06 2013

Dan DiDio teases New 52 ‘Five Years Later’, more weekly comics

What’s DC up to now? Dan DiDio, co-publisher of DC Entertainment, was briefly interviewed on DC All Access this week, revealing the first evidence of the “Five Years Later” event planned for September 2014. While speaking with host Tiffany Smith, DiDio gave viewers a glimpse of his wall, which displayed concept mock-ups for the event. Beginning …

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