"Ghostbusters": 11 Things the Sequel Needs to Do to Succeed
My childhood revolved around three things: “The Super Friends,” “Star Wars” and Wayne Gretzky. Not much has changed (some 30 years later) except that I now have an awesome wife, three wonderful children and a full-time job, so my hours with the three previous loves of my life – television, movies and hockey – grows smaller and smaller with each passing year. And that’s a good thing. But thanks to the fine folks at CBR, SFX, Chill, The Hockey News, Dobberhockey and the now deceased, Geek Monthly, Starlog and Cult Times, I still manage to find a few hours each day for Aquaman, Obi-Wan Kenobi and the Coolest Game on Earth.
FIRST COMIC: With my own money, “The Super Friends” #44 (May 1, 1981)
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Superman, The Flash, Aquaman, Bigby Wolf and Dr. Singh
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Bryan Hitch discusses the relationships that form the backbone of his new DC series and how not one but two Green Lanterns change the team dynamic.
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The writer tells CBR he knows what makes the Dark Knight tick and how that's on display in his first issue of "Batman" with artist David Finch.
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Joshua Williamson has big plans for "Flash" and the newly DC-exclusive writer tells CBR why he's saving the Rogues and Gorilla Grodd for later.
Kevin Keller's creator opens up about his digital series, what Veronica Lodge brings to the older audience-skewing story, and more.
Benjamin Percy new "Green Arrow" series may rekindle a pre-New 52 romance when Black Canary arrives -- if the heroes don't maim each other first!
The writer discusses his "Heavy Metal" Editor-in-Chief debut and his first story, and teases new work with Frank Quitely, Chris Burnham and Kevin Eastman.
CBR examines the solicitations for Rebirth Month Two to find must-reads for July, including two books each for Barbara Gordon and Dick Grayson.