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All posts by Wayne Hall

Wayne's Comics, podcast, Sam Johnson, Cabra Cini, Geek-Girl,

Wayne’s Comics Podcast 73: Sam Johnson of Cabra Cini and Geek-Girl

It's a special Halloween episode! Comics creator Sam Johnson is back, talking about a special Halloween story with Cabra Cini, Voodoo Junkie Hitwoman [...]

October 27, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Marvel, Warner Bros., Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Christopher Nolan, Adam West, Batman, Superman

Comics Portal: Suggestions for the Justice League Movie

Now that the lawsuit over Superman has been settled, Warner Bros. is moving ahead with a Justice League feature film. I have a few ideas I'd like them to consider. [...]

October 22, 2012 Features, Reviews
DC Comics, New 52, Beowulf, Tony Bedard, Amethyst, IDW Comics, Gemworld, Christy Marx, Sword of Sorcery, Justice League, Wonder Woman, Watchmen, Catwoman, Joe Hill, Jason Ciaramella, Nelson Daniel

DC Comics And Beyond – The Cape 1969 #4

The Cape 1969 is based on Joe Hill's short story, and was written by Jason Ciaramella and with art by Nelson Daniel. This is the fourth and final issue of this mini-series. [...]

October 18, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, Cartoon Network, Invader Zim, Phineas and Ferb, DC Nation, Thundercats, Green Lantern, Young Justice, Warner Bros., Disney XD, Nickelodeon, Ben 10, Dragons, Star Wars,

Comics Portal: Ya Done Me Wrong, Cartoon Network!

One of the things I always enjoy on my weekends is the bevy of comics-related cartoons to be found therein! So, after watching Ben 10: Omniverse and Star Wars: The Clone Wars on my TiVo last weekend, I settled in [...]

October 15, 2012 Features, Reviews
Chuck Dixon, Batman, GI Joe, Winter World, DC Comics, Nightwing, Batgirl, IDW Comics, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Gianluca Glazer, Pete Casazza, Big Planet Comics, College Park

Wayne’s Comics Podcast 72: Comics Legend Chuck Dixon

It’s a very special episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast! This week, I have a wonderful interview with Chuck Dixon, one of my all-time favorite comics writers! His credits include creating stories with Conan, many members of the Batman family, GI Joe, Winter [...]

October 12, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, New 52, Wayne Hall, Batman, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Tony S. Daniel, Detective Comics, Neal Adams, Denny O'Neil, Joker

DC Comics And Beyond – Batman #13

The Joker is back, and he’s darker and more violent than ever! (Oh, boy!) This week I focus on the astounding Batman #13. Here’s the book’s description: “The Joker returns in ‘DEATH OF THE FAMILY!’ He crippled Batgirl. He killed [...]

October 10, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, New 52, Marvel, Marvel NOW!, comics, X-Men, Rick Remender, Avengers, Avengers Academy, Venom, John Cassaday, Joss Whedon

Comics Portal: Time for Marvel NOW!

With the arrival of Uncanny Avengers #1 this week, a new era of comics has begun – Marvel NOW! Here’s how Marvel NOW! is described: “A new beginning for the Marvel Universe! Featuring the most popular characters, the most acclaimed [...]

October 9, 2012 Features, Reviews
DC Comics, New 52, Scott Snyder, Batman, Talon, Court of Owls, James T. Tynion IV, Guillem March, Dark Knight, Star Trek, Superman, Justice League

DC Comics And Beyond – Talon #1

Last month at this time, I talked about DC Comics’ excellent Talon #0. I don’t like to repeat myself, but this week, Talon #1 is the book of the week for me! Here’s the comic’s description: “After many years on the [...]

October 6, 2012 Reviews
Jeff Amano, Kickstart Comics, Divine Wind, Samurai, Shoichi, graphic novel, Wayne Hall, Wayne's Comics, ComicBooked.Com, Tametomo, Samantha Shear,

Wayne’s Comics Podcast 71: Jeff Amano From Divine Wind

It’s the 71st episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast, now at ComicBooked.Com! This week, I have a fun interview with Jeff Amano, creator of the excellent Kickstart (not Kickstarter!) comic Divine Wind! Here’s the description: “Five years ago, the Samurai [...]

October 4, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, New 52, Wayne Hall, Batman, Detective Comics, Penguin, Oswald Cobblepott, Gregg Hurwitz, Green Lantern, Earth 2, Geoff Johns, Tony S. Daniel, Chew, John Layman, Image Comics

DC Comics And Beyond – Detective Comics #13

The “Zero” books from DC’s “New 52″ are now over, so we’re back to the “regular” issues. Being a big Batman fan, I was more than a little curious how the new creative team on Detective Comics would do, so that’s [...]

October 3, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, New 52, Flash, Wally West, Barry Allen, comics, Daniel West, Kid Flash, Gorilla Warfare, San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic-Con

Comics Portal: The Return of Wally West?

If there’s anything I’ve learned as a long-time comics fan, it’s that everyone in comics is someone’s favorite character. And that includes Wally West, who may be returning, if The Flash #0 is any indication. For those who came in [...]

October 1, 2012 Features, Reviews
Jimmy Palmiotti, DC Comics, Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, The Ray, Image Comics, Kickstarter, Gianluca Glazer, Batman

Wayne’s Comics 70: Jimmy Palmiotti

It’s time for the 70th episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast! This week, I have a great interview with the excellent comics crafter Jimmy Palmiotti, who talks about the recent cancellation of GI Combat. He also discusses his work on All-Star Western, The Ray, Phantom [...]

September 28, 2012 Reviews
DC Comics, New 52, Scott Snyder, Batman, Talon, Court of Owls, James T. Tynion IV, Guillem March, Mark Waid, Dark Knight, Watchmen, Zero issues, Sixth Gun, Star Trek, Hit-Girl

DC Comics And Beyond – Talon #0

The “Zero” issues from DC’s “New 52″ “come to a close this week, so I’m focusing on the excellent Talon #0. Here’s the book’s description: “A new series featuring the Court of Owls’ unstoppable killing machine! Meet Calvin Rose, the [...]

September 26, 2012 Reviews
Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman, comic books, Tony Moore, zombies, AMC, Image Comics, San Diego Comic-Con, litigation, legal, dispute

Kirkman, Moore End Walking Dead Legal Conflict

The Walking Dead creators Robert Kirkman and Michael “Tony” Moore have successfully resolved a lawsuit over profits from the lucrative comics and TV franchise, causing joy to fans of the popular Image zombie comic and AMC cable television series around the world. Both [...]

September 25, 2012 Reviews
Marvel, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Joe Kubert, Baltimore Comic-Con, autographs, eBay, comics, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man

Comics Portal: Hope to See You Soon, Stan Lee!

I just absolutely hate it when news like this comes across our site! It’s so tough when someone I consider to be bigger than life faces what appears to be a bad time! Recently, Scorpio Moon reported here on ComicBooked.Com [...]

September 24, 2012 Features, Reviews