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It’s the 68th episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast! This week I have a great interview with Joe Harris, accomplished comics creator of such books as Ghost Projekt, Spontaneous and The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men. He discusses his short film Witchwise and upcoming projects including “Arkham’s Ghost” for Legends of the Dark Knight and Great Pacific at Image. We talk about many things in the comics universes, including hardcovers and digital comics. For more information about Joe’s work, you can check out his website at joeharris.net! Then I review the latest comics, followed by Gianluca Glazer discussing the latest News & Previews! Everything wraps up with my review of the recent Baltimore Comic-Con, so don’t miss it!

Wayne’s Comics 68: Joe Harris of Ghost Projekt & Great Pacific

It’s the 68th episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast! This week I have a great interview with Joe Harris, accomplished comics creator of such books as Ghost Projekt, Spontaneous and The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Men. He discusses his [...]

September 13, 2012 Features
DC Comics, New 52, Walt Simonson, Batman, Stumptown, IDW Comics, Greg Rucka, Green Lantern, Judas Coin

DC Comics And Beyond – The Judas Coin GN

I really enjoyed the “Zero” issues from DC’s “New 52” once again, but it’s important to focus on an significant comic that debuted this week, The Judas Coin graphic novel. Here’s the book’s description: “This centuries-spanning original graphic novel from [...]

September 12, 2012 Features
DC Comics, Dan DiDio, Marvel Comics, comics, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Batman, Mark Waid, Valiant, Todd Dezago, Perhapanauts, Raph Moran, Tony Calandra,

Comics Portal: Another Great Baltimore Comic-Con!

I attend several comics (and sci-fi) conventions each year, but one I particularly enjoy is the Baltimore Comic-Con! While other cons (short for “conventions”) try to be many things to many people, Baltimore Comic-Con really exists for one thing and [...]

September 10, 2012 Features
DC Comics, New 52, Batman, Green Lantern, Dan DiDio, initiative, comics, comics shops, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns,

Comics Portal: Happy Birthday, DC’s “New 52!”

The second year of DC Comics’ “New 52” initiative is now underway, and it’s time to express my opinion about how the first year went. Honestly, it’s been a huge success on many levels! I know several owners of comics [...]

September 3, 2012 Features
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A Dummy’s Guide to DC Comics’ “New 52”: Special Anniversary Edition

I think I speak for everyone here at ComicBooked when I wish DC Comics and their impressive universal reboot dubbed the  “New 52” a happy one-year anniversary. In honor of this anniversary, I thought it’d be fun to do a [...]

September 3, 2012 Features
Phil Hester, Batman, DC Comics, digital, Bionic Man, Guarding the Globe, Robert Kirkman, Dynamite!, Pete Casazza, Big Planet Comics, College Park, Gianluca Glazer, Wayne’s Comics

Wayne’s Comics 66: Phil Hester from Legends O/T Dark Knight

This week’s podcast interview is a great one with Phil Hester, accomplished comics writer and artist! He talks about his three-part digital comic for Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight entitled “Slam!” then discusses other projects including Guarding the Globe [...]

August 30, 2012 Features
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Spider-Man Turns 50

Comic Revolt pays tribute to the outside-the-box thinking that Stan Lee and Steve Ditko used in creating Peter Parker, the amazing Spider-Man. In the year 2012, it’s hard to imagine Spider-Man as anything but your archetypal comic book character with [...]

August 30, 2012 Features
Rocketeer, Mark Waid, Dave Stevens, Cliff Secord, IDW, DC Comics, Batman,

DC Comics And Beyond – Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom #1

In my most recent Comics Portal column, I talked about how I’m giving new characters and situations a chance these days. I did mention that I still enjoy classic heroes as well, and one of my faves is the Rocketeer, [...]

August 22, 2012 Features
DC Comics, Batman, Hero Complex, Kickstart Comics, Marvel, Jack Kirby

Comics Portal: The Story’s the Thing

As a “seasoned” comics reader (meaning I’ve been buying comics for years numbering in the decades), I’ve noticed that the way I choose my books has changed over time. When I first began, all I cared about was the character [...]

August 21, 2012 Features
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Opinion: DC’s New 52 – One Year Later

No, DC isn’t doing the “One Year Later” thing again. But it has been almost a year since the New 52 launched, and to mark the occasion, they are publishing a “zero issue” of each ongoing title. With all that [...]

August 20, 2012 Features
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Review: Batman and Robin #12

This month’s Batman & Robin #12 proves once again that writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason are indeed a formidable one-two punch in DC Comics’ New 52 Universe. The superb combination of Tomasi’s streamlined, air-tight writing and Gleason’s sharply [...]

August 14, 2012 Features
Batman, DC Comics, Jeff Lemire, Legends of the Dark Knight, digital

Comics Portal: More Legends of the Dark Knight Coming!

Okay, I need to set one thing straight!  I’m a BIG Batman fan — always have been, always will be! Of course, I’m thrilled with the incredible storytelling of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo in Batman along with the other [...]

August 14, 2012 Features
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Moranic Reviews- UnMasked #2

UNMASKED #2 Written by Michael Sarrao Art by John Broglia After reading the first issue of Michael Sarrao’s indie superhero series, “Unmasked” I was instantly hooked by the unique plot that unfolded.  You can read that first comic review here.  So does [...]

August 11, 2012 Features
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Review: Batman #12

DC Comics‘ Batman #12, by writer Scott Snyder and artist Becky Cloonan with backups by writer James Tynion IV and artist Andy Clarke, tells a moving story. Harper Row, first glimpsed in issue #1 and later issue #7, has a [...]

August 8, 2012 Features
Justice by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, & Doug Braithwaite

Required Reading: Justice

There’s a scene about halfway through DC Comics’ limited series Justice that really captures the innocent, morally unambiguous Silver Age spirit of the entire series: Green Lantern Hal Jordan is brawling with his arch-nemesis Sinestro as the world is falling apart [...]

August 4, 2012 Features

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