Let’s finish off the weekend with a look at the week that was and the things that are happening in the Geekery world.
Oliver travels to Metropolis to confront Lex Luthor in Green Arrow and General Zod’s end game is revealed as his revenge squad battles Team Superman in Action Comics. Plus, more reviews!
The movie is still four months away, but with a new “San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive” trailer released during Saturday’s panel, the buzz for Justice League is growing.
Since DC Comics kicked off its Rebirth last year, the publisher has put five big events that either crossed over between books or included characters from multiple books. The most recent event, The Lazarus Contract, just wrapped up, but how does it rate over the other events published in the last year?
Warner Brothers is making sure the band is getting together, as the studio released the official trailer for Justice League.
I love the idea of hyping up what could be a huge trainwreck of a picture eight months in advance, but here we are.
Last night, on my way home from work on the subway, I had the chance to finish off the Justice League vs. Suicide Squad miniseries and the first issue of the new GI Joe series. I am definitely ready for some conflict.
The Justice League is all over the place this week, with the weekly miniseries against the Suicide Squad continuing and a new miniseries with the Power Rangers kicking off. Superteams collide today!
The villain pulling all the strings in DC Comics’ first Rebirth event is a guy with considerable history as both an ally and an enemy of the heroes within the universe. Maxwell Lord IV has gone from liaison for the Justice League International to the head of Checkmate and has the potential to be one of the best villains the company has.
DC Comics continues to push Max Lord as their Big Bad of the moment, as the weekly Justice League vs. Suicide Squad shows the severity of the situation, while a tie-in issue of Justice League gives Lord his Rebirth origin.