Another Tuesday, another awesome new episode of DC All Access! This week, DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns talks to us about the five new DC TV shows that are currently in development. Plus, we uncover the secrets to be found in the mysterious new Batman Eternal illustration released earlier today, villain proof our homes with the help of Vine sensation BatDad, and give away some Aquaman hardcovers signed by Johns.
If you caught Blair Herter’s conversation with Geoff Johns in this morning’s new episode of “DC All Access” (or if you’ve been following the entertainment news over the past few months), you know that DC Entertainment currently has five television shows in development. While some of them are based on well-known DC characters, a few focus on characters that are a bit more obscure. However, they all have their roots in serialized comics.
Never mind the rank smell of perm solution, welcome to a special edition of Tuesday (Hair) Tonic! Featuring lovely tresses and old school transformations that will trump your $300.00 triple-process and force you into a state of manic panic!
There’s neon green hair.
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There’s hair down to there.
In stores June 6
This week’s Tuesday Tonic is a salute to Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball. Why? Because there’s nothing quite as captivating as the graphic power of high contrast. FAIREST #2, page 18 Pencil by Phil Jimenez, Ink by Andy Lanning When this page popped up on my screen, I practically took flight. it rocketed my chair backwards, punching me through the office walls of a moody colleague (Hi, Will!) and top DC executives. But don’t start a pity party collection on Kickstarter. I’ve already paid the piper and the ride was worth it.
Still breathing since last week’s release of FABLES #114, part 1 of Cubs in Toyland...? Didn’t think so. I realize I’ve been setting you up for weeks about this epic new storyline...but enough about me and my final warnings. Here’s what a few members of the Fables creative team had to say when asked what scares them most about CUBS: Cover artist JOAO RUAS: “I’ll answer the question with another one: ‘Would you trust an 8 year-old with a chainsaw?’” Assistant Editor GREG LOCKARD: “The health and safety of each cub!” Letterer TODD KLEIN: “Sorry! One evil toy picture isn't that scary to me.
Roll over Sid and Nancy — we know that love kills! Meet the reigning power couples of 2012: From HELLBLAZER: EPIPHANY GREAVES & JOHN CONSTANTINE She’s a 24-year-old smokin’ hot alchemist and gangster’s daughter. He’s a [age redacted] year-old chain smokin’ street mage and con artist. They are Mr. and Mrs. Constantine. Follow their latest antics from the magnificent streets of London to the darkest pits of hell. Issue #288, part 2 of Another Season in Hell, is in stores tomorrow!
Hey! Lucky you. You’re just in time for a Tuesday Tonic! The definition may vary from week to week, but you can be sure that at the very least, it will be “ An invigorating, refreshing, or restorative agent or influence.” and/or “The first note of a diatonic scale; the keynote.” If you stopped by yesterday, you know the official drill. Each Vertigo editor is assigned one day per week to post the most sordid, scandalous, sanctimonious scraps of ephemera that best exploit the inner mechanics of his/her own comic book arena. In other words: If it’s in my proverbial clutches, it’s fair game.
Under editor Shelly Bond’s watch, assistant editor Greg Lockard grills J. Bone in the days before he begins working on iZOMBIE issue #21 (on sale 1/4). cover #21 by Mike Allred GL: What was your first thought when you heard you'd be guest-jamming with Roberson and Allred on iZOMBIE?