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1 February 12

BEFORE WATCHMEN has been officially announced today from DC Entertainment. The project, which has been brewing for some time now under the code name Panic Room, has the blessing of co-creator Dave Gibbons, while estranged co-creator Alan Moore told The New York Times this morning the project was “completely shameless.” The series’ first-issue cover art are posted above, while below are the creative teams for new titles:

Minutemen by Darwyn Cooke

Silk Spectre by Darwyn Cooke and Amanda Conner

Rorschach by Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo

Comedian by Brian Azzarello and J.G. Jones

Doctor Manhattan by J. Michael Straczynski and Adam Hughes

Nite Owl by J. Michael Straczynski, Andy and Joe Kubert

Ozymandias by Len Wein and Jae Lee

Curse of the Crimson Corsair by Len Wein and John Higgins will be a two-page back story running at the end of every Before Watchmen comic published. 

…are you excited?

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26 December 11
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2 June 11
DC Comics - Global Justice: Mister Terrific #1 by Eric Wallace and Roger Robinson 

The world’s third-smartest man – and one of its most eligible bachelors –  uses his brains and fists against science gone mad in MISTER TERRIFIC  #1, the new series from writer Eric Wallace and artist Roger Robinson.  The cover to issue #1 is by J.G. Jones.

DC Comics - Global Justice: Mister Terrific #1 by Eric Wallace and Roger Robinson

The world’s third-smartest man – and one of its most eligible bachelors – uses his brains and fists against science gone mad in MISTER TERRIFIC #1, the new series from writer Eric Wallace and artist Roger Robinson. The cover to issue #1 is by J.G. Jones.

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18 May 10
DC Universe: Legacies #1 by Len Wein, Joe Kubert, Andy Kubert, J.G.  Jones, and Scott Kolins 
—the start of an epic ten-issue maxi-series chronicling the history of the modern DC Comics Universe goes on sale tomorrow only at your local comic book shop!

DC Universe: Legacies #1 by Len Wein, Joe Kubert, Andy Kubert, J.G. Jones, and Scott Kolins

—the start of an epic ten-issue maxi-series chronicling the history of the modern DC Comics Universe goes on sale tomorrow only at your local comic book shop!

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31 January 10
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4 December 09
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1 October 09
Final Crisis #5 Wonder Woman cover sketch by J.G. Jones

Final Crisis #5 Wonder Woman cover sketch by J.G. Jones

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6 August 09
Batman/Doc Savage Special by Brian Azzarello and Phil Noto
cover art by J.G. Jones (via DC: The Source blog)

Batman/Doc Savage Special by Brian Azzarello and Phil Noto

cover art by J.G. Jones (via DC: The Source blog)

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5 June 09
Comic Books! Review: Batman And Robin #1 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely
Bruce Wayne is dead. Tim Drake is no longer the Boy Wonder. Gotham was without her protectors… until now. The Dynamic Duo are back, though in a way which is completely new to us the readers, and the characters themselves.
I will not bore you/upset you with the details of the messy end of Bruce Wayne, but instead like with the overall tone of the comic, start anew, fresh.
Comic book’s first and most famous sidekick Dick Grayson now dons the cape & cowl as the Dark Knight, with the biological son of Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul, Damien, now the new Robin. Classic supporting characters such as Alfred Pennyworth and Commissioner Gordon are still with us, and new, vile villains Mr. Toad, Pyg, and the Circus of Strange begin their celebration of evil. The main story focus’ on Dick and Damien’s first official night as the new Dynamic Duo, and although their debut is a success, they may have caused more damage than thought, as Mr. Toad had warned.
Compared to his most recent stories involving Batman and the DCU proper, Morrison has won me back as a fan with this comic book, considering the dismal end of Bruce Wayne he crafted. Frank Quitely is a one-of-a-kind artist that can understand Morrison as a co-creator more than any other storyteller in the business. Together, we have in our hands a solid beginning to what will hopefully an interesting series.
This was fun. I highly recommend picking this funnybook up.

Comic Books! Review: Batman And Robin #1 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely

Bruce Wayne is dead. Tim Drake is no longer the Boy Wonder. Gotham was without her protectors… until now. The Dynamic Duo are back, though in a way which is completely new to us the readers, and the characters themselves.

I will not bore you/upset you with the details of the messy end of Bruce Wayne, but instead like with the overall tone of the comic, start anew, fresh.

Comic book’s first and most famous sidekick Dick Grayson now dons the cape & cowl as the Dark Knight, with the biological son of Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul, Damien, now the new Robin. Classic supporting characters such as Alfred Pennyworth and Commissioner Gordon are still with us, and new, vile villains Mr. Toad, Pyg, and the Circus of Strange begin their celebration of evil. The main story focus’ on Dick and Damien’s first official night as the new Dynamic Duo, and although their debut is a success, they may have caused more damage than thought, as Mr. Toad had warned.

Compared to his most recent stories involving Batman and the DCU proper, Morrison has won me back as a fan with this comic book, considering the dismal end of Bruce Wayne he crafted. Frank Quitely is a one-of-a-kind artist that can understand Morrison as a co-creator more than any other storyteller in the business. Together, we have in our hands a solid beginning to what will hopefully an interesting series.

This was fun. I highly recommend picking this funnybook up.

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31 March 09
Wonder Woman #222
cover art by J.G. Jones

Wonder Woman #222

cover art by J.G. Jones

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22 March 09
Sunday tip: don’t eff with a New God

Sunday tip: don’t eff with a New God

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