DC Comics' 2012 Hall of Fame: Best Dream Come True

DC Comics' 2012 Hall of Fame: Best Dream Come True

By Tim Beedle Monday, December 17th, 2012

2012 was a great year for DC and our fans. Whether it was in the pages of our comics, on the big or small screen or on the floor of our booth at Comic-Con, 2012 was a year of unforgettable moments. Some were thrilling, some were funny and others left us absolutely breathless. In a year full of moments that won’t be forgotten, these are some of the best. Introducing 2012’s DC Comics’ Hall of Fame!

 

 

San Diego Comic-Con goers making plans to attend Thursday night’s Vertigo panel likely had no idea that they were about to be treated to one of Comic-Con’s biggest announcements. And we’re not simply talking about this year’s show. We mean one of the biggest surprise announcements in the history of Comic-Con. Neil Gaiman, one of the single most influential and beloved comic book writers in history, is returning to the equally influential and beloved series he created—Sandman. In 2013, Vertigo will be releasing a new story about Morpheus set before the events of SANDMAN #1, with a story and script by Gaiman and art by J.H. Williams III.

 

Even better, Gaiman announced the project via an exclusive video, allowing all of us to experience the moment, regardless of whether or not we’d made the trek to San Diego.

 

 

Visit DCComics.com and THE SOURCE again tomorrow for the next moment in 2012's Hall of Fame!