Tag Archive: George Pérez

Oct 06 2014

Behind The Panels Issue 112 – Worlds’ Finest: Lost Daughters of Earth-2

Welcome to Behind the Panels Issue 112, the comic book show that truly is the worlds’ finest. In this issue, it’s your chance to finally lick Batman! THEN Geoff Johns becomes a  LEGO minifig! But how will he write with his hands locked in a cupping position? ALSO it’s Gotham Academy, Lobo, Bucky Barnes on the wall and more …

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Sep 23 2013

Behind the Panels Issue 73 – S.H.I.E.L.D.

In this issue, AMC announces a Walking Dead spin-off. Oh, good: a series that doesn’t feel the need to follow the comic book. Warner has also announced that DC Entertainment will be the backbone of their release calendar. We guess that makes Ben Affleck the hairpiece. THEN Joss Whedon rewrites parts of Thor: The Dark World. We’re …

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Sep 06 2013

Williams and Blackman exit ‘Batwoman’ over editorial decisions

J.H. Williams III and Haden Blackman have announced that they will exit Batwoman after issue #26, citing last-minute “editorial decisions” as the cause of their frustration. One of the more publicised changes was DC Comics’ decision to disallow the lead character Kate Kane to marry her girlfriend Maggie Sawyer “after a year or more of planning …

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Jun 28 2013

List of 10: What Superman comics to read after Man of Steel

With Man of Steel now out in cinemas around the world, comics fans and non-readers alike may be looking for a place to start reading the further adventures of Superman. This is, after all, the 75th anniversary of the Big Red S, and there’s a world of stories out there. Some stories are essential reads, …

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Jun 19 2013

Supanova 2013 Sydney and Perth event guides

If you’ve been listening to the podcast, and that includes both of you, then you’ll know Richard and David will be at Supanova Sydney this coming weekend. Now Supanova has released the event guides for both Sydney and Perth,  for 21-23 and 28-30 June respectively. Guests include the likes of Margot Kidder, Karl Urban, David …

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