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Put this one in the "lose" column as the Justice Society jams in dumb elements, the Thor Clone's back (is "Clor" better than "Ragnarok?") and Mon-El's in reruns, plus, sadly, much more.
Things go well with psychic spies, Latino heroes, legendary writers, ancient villains, forgotten stories and more, including the tragic end of "Final Crisis," a good look at "Buckaroo Bonzai" and more.
From "Batman Beyond" to Blue Beetle in "The Brave and the Bold," veteran voice actor Will Friedle brings life to the young heroes of the DC Universe. CBR spoke with the performer about his role of Jamie Reyes.
Producer James Tucker discusses with CBR the first appearance of Ted Kord in DC Animation on this week's episode of “Batman: The Brave and the Bold.” entitled “Fall of the Blue Beetle."
The former "Star Trek: The Next Generation" actor and superstar blogger steps into Batman's world, giving his take on classic Blue Beetle Ted Kord in this week's new episode of "Batman: The Brave & The Bold."
Cartoon Network has provided CBR News with a clip from the January 23rd episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" called "Fall of the Blue Beetle!" featuring none other than Wil Wheaton as Ted Kord.
The prolific Matthew Sturges speaks with CBR News about the end of “Blue Beetle,” the start of “Run!,” and what’s coming wicked to Fabletown in a "Fables" / "Jack of Fables" crossover. Plus, "House of Mystery!"
Six jumps lead a winning week in comics heralded by Norman Osborn's gunfire, Blue Beetle's politics, Orson Randall's style, Saturn Girl's betrayal, Deadpool's whimsy, Gepetto's tour and so much more.
Cartoon Network's new animated Batman series will bring a little Dick Sprang to the cartoon world. Producer James Tucker and company reveal more details about the upcoming show.
Things go well with a war in the land of stories, mercy for the elderly, crashing windows and the whimsy of youth, plus the return of Gary Phillips, Ambush Bug's editorial policies and more.
This week: the strange and premature Internet death of Dan Didio and other fan pipe dreams; more adventures in the Old West; an end to mentors; and gobs of cultural and comics notes in Steven Grant's PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Things work out well in spite of "Final Crisis" and "Marvel 1985," as G.I. Joe roars back to glory, the X-Men manage to astonish, Lex Luthor steps up his game and Jaime Reyes has a date.
Despite the ghosts of comics past, the week wins on the basis of two surprise purchases, including a bilingual family reunion, a deluge of martial arts action and Frost Noble with a soul patch.
Matthew Sturges (Jack of Fables, House of Mystery) steps in to save the day and, more importantly, the scarab as the new writer of DC's Blue Beetle beginning with July's issue #29.