Posts Tagged ‘Neil Gaiman’

In one week DC Comics is  re-starting their publishing line. If you haven’t heard about it you’ll start seeing ads on TV and online. Much ado has been made of this move with some loving it and some hating it. (You check out my take here) We won’t know  until the books go on sale. However, when I was picking up my books today someone made a comment about “The New 52” being a stunt by DC to remain relevant. To an extent I think it is. But if DC wants to become relevant again and get people talking about their books, they need only look to their editorial department. They look to Karen Berger. Karen Berger is the Senior VP-Executive Editor of DC Comics’ Vertigo line, but should be promoted to Editor and Chief of DC Comics. (more…)

Happy New Year everyone! To kick things off I thought I’d post the second half of the “My Favorite Comics” series of posts with my favorites from DC. Please remember like the Marvel one this is *not* a complete list and I am sure to have left out something. But, that’s what these things are supposed to be. I also included links to places where you can purchase these books. So here goes… (more…)

“It is April 1st and the inmates of Arkham Asylum have taken over Gotham City’s House for the Criminally Insane. They have one demand; Batman. The Dark Knight must recover pieces of the mad Amadeus Arkham’s diary while enduring a gauntlet of his most terrifying foes. A gauntlet that will claim his sanity.”

A stage adaptation of the ground breaking graphic novel “Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth” by Grant Morrison and Dave McKean. To purchase copies of the book click here.

If you’d like a more printer friendly copy feel free to email me at todd.matthy@gmail.com

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