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Justin Eger's back to examine the twist and turns of "52," taking at look at week fourteen's revelations. Plus, Brian Eason checks in to give some background info on the Metal Men.
Delayed due to Wizard World Chicago coverage, Justin's back with thoughts on last week's issue #13 just in time for issue #14 to make its way into your hands.
While last week saw the introduction of a new female hero, another one makes her debut this week. Plus, we check in on Ralph and the Question and a whole bunch of folks.
With Comic-Con now out of the way, Justin has room to catch you up on last week's issue of "52," right before Week 12 is set to hit stands.
Who's making a play for Gotham? Have our space travelers found a way off planet? And there's also that chick lurking around in a bat suit. It's DC's "52" Week Ten and we have a look a the issue with highlights, thoughts, predictions and the panel of the week.
Week Nine of "52" begins with quite a mess as the full transformed Steel has a run-in with Lex's new goons and has a bad go of it, our friends trapped in space talk with Devilance and the Batwoman makes her first appearance.
Eight weeks in to DC's weekly "52" event and Justin has the latest as he does every week, sharing his predictions and concerns as well as the panel of the week.
It's week seven for DC Comics' "52" series and this week the Booster storyline really gets going while Montoya finds a connection. And as always, Justin's here to share his thoughts, concerns and predictions with a new addition to this 52 week feature.
Justin's back with his weekly look at DC Comics' "52." In week six, the chinese heroes show up and put a beat down on the GLs with some help from Black Adam, plus the mystery continues with Booster Gold.
It's week five of DC's weekly "52" comic and Justin checks in with the latest from the series. What's he guessed right thus far? Plus some thoughts on the future direction of the series.
It's week four of "52" and Justin checks in with an update. What were the highlights from that issue and which two heroes could be a part of that odd melted mass? Read on and join in on the speculation.
Justin checks in with his weekly look at DC's "52," with a recap of what's happened and some predictions as to what comes next. And what the heck is that cocooned thing?
Two down, fifty more to go. Justin Eger checks in for a look at "52" Week #2. What happened? What were the highlights? What are Justin's thoughts and concerns? Read on to find out.
Every Saturday for the next 52 weeks, CBR News will take a look at DC's weekly comic, "52." Each week he'll take a look at what happened, his thoughts and concerns, speculate on what's to come and much more.
Last weekend at the Pittsburgh Comicon, George Perez held court with fans to discuss his upcoming run on "The Brave & The Bold" plus what he's got coming following his run on the series.
The inaugural panel for the 2006 Pittsburgh Comicon featured cover artists Greg Horn and Arthur Suydam discussing their careers and on covering a variety of Marvel comic books.
Last weekend at the Pittsburg Comicon, artist Jamal Igle and writer/artist Howard Chaykin held court over the DC One Year Later panel, with discussions of their respective books and what books they'd love to tackle for the publisher.
In the first of a series of reports from last weekend's Pittsburgh Comicon, we check in with news of a new "Heroes for Hire" series from Marvel. Jimmy Palmiotti and Billy Tucci talked about the series and what fans can expect.
This May sees creators Benito Cereno and Nat Bellegarde's Hector Plasm breakout of the back-up feature world into their own one-shot with "Hector Plasm: De Mortuis" from Image Comics. We sat down with both men to learn more about this liaison between the living and the dead.
At a panel at last weekend's Pittsburgh Comicon, creators DeFalco, Buscema, Frenz, and Olliffe talked about the on again/off again history of Marvel's "Spider-Girl" and what the future holds for the title.