This week, Stephen Amell, David Ramsey and Emily Bett Rickards welcome someone new to the team—Tiffany Smith! Today's all new DC All Access is all about Arrow, starting off with a look at what's ahead for Oliver Queen, as well as an exclusive scene from this week's episode featuring the first appearance of The Flash's Caitlin Snow and Cisco Ramon (Danielle Panabaker and Carlos Valdes).
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Yesterday, DC ENTERTAINMENT announced THE NEW 52: FUTURES END will be one of their Free Comic Book Day titles for 2014. In addition, TEEN TITANS GO! #1 will be available at participating comic shops across the country for children of all ages.
So get ready for Free Comic Book Day 2014, which takes place the first Saturday of May!
Beginning with a cheeky tribute to Alan Moore's seminal V for Vendetta and wrapping up by bringing Forever Evil #3 to life in the halls of LA's Comikaze, "DC All Access" Episode 4 debuted this Tuesday with an episode that featured no shortage of fun moments and pages and pages of gorgeous comic book art.
On Saturday in Toronto, Jeff Lemire (Trillium, Green Arrow, Animal Man, "Trinity War") was honored as the winner of the Joe Shuster Award for Best Cartoonist/Auteur for his work on Sweet Tooth #29-40 (DC Comics) and The Underwater Welder (Top Shelf).
Established in 2004, The Joe Shuster Awards are Canada’s first national and bilingual award recognizing outstanding achievement in the creation of comic books, graphic novels and webcomics.
When it comes to defying expectations, look no further than Vertigo.
A mature readers imprint of DC Comics, Vertigo has long upheld a standard of mind-bendingly awesome storytelling with such award-winning classics like V for Vendetta, Hellblazer, Preacher, 100 Bullets, Fables, Y: The Last Man, Neil Gaiman's Sandman (all of which easily rank as some of our favorite comic series of all time), and so much more.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read TRILLIUM #1 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
No matter which way you start reading TRILLIUM #1, midway through the comic book you come to the exact same point in both stories: a single frame where our protagonists come face-to-face with the other—catching a glimpse, for the first time, of the person they’re destined to love.