Tag Archive: Marguerite Bennett

Mar 30 2015

ECCC 2015: ‘Convergence’ and DC’s Weeklies with James Tynion IV, Marguerite Bennett, Ray Fawkes, Stuart Moore, Dan Jurgens, Jeff King and Gail Simone

For the last year, DC Comics has been releasing weekly series, leading up to the CONVERGENCE event in one way or another. Yesterday’s DC Entertainment All Access: Weeklies Converge at the Emerald City Comic-Con celebrated the successes of The New 52: Futures End, Batman Eternal and Earth 2: World’s End. Panellists included Dan Jurgens, James Tynion IV, Marguerite …

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Nov 12 2013

Highlights from DC Comics February 2014 solicitations

What’s DC up to now? DC Comics have revealed their February 2014 slate, with the “final fate of Nightwing”, Forever Evil: Blight and Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane. Plus some pretty groovy advance orders on some statues and other collectibles. “The final fate of Nightwing” The term “forever” is bandied around quite freely these days, especially when applied …

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Nov 09 2013

DC brings ‘Superman: Lois Lane’ and ‘Joker’s Daughter’ in February 2014

Comic Vine has revealed that that DC Comics will release two new 48-page one-shot specials in February 2014, both to be written by Marguerite Bennett. Superman: Lois Lane #1 will be illustrated by Emanuela Lupacchino, while Meghan Hetrick will serve on art duties for Batman: Joker’s Daughter. Bennett has previously written for Batman, Batgirl and Lobo, …

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Aug 24 2013

DC Comics introduces a new look Lobo in ‘Justice League’

Not content with causing a stir with the casting of Ben Affleck as Batman and moving the Justice League to Canada, the boffins at DC Comics  have now unveiled the new look for Lobo  – and it is pretty, which is kind of the issue. Are they trying to explode the Internet? First created by Roger …

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Aug 01 2013

Review: Batman Annual #2

The second annual for DC’s flagship title introduces a a few new characters, and proves that you don’t have to wear a cape to be a hero. Scott Snyder has had something of a tradition in his two-year tenure on Batman, punctuating his major story arcs with a solo story about a minor character that …

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