Michael Deeley's Top 10 Most Wanted Trade Paperbacks include the Abnett/Lanning stories.
LSH v6 #4 reviews from Too Dangerous for a Girl, Major Spoilers, Dave van Domelen, The Miracle Machine, IGN, ComicVine, CBR, and A Comic Book Blog.
Superman/Batman #75 reviews from Stars and Garters, Every Day Is Like Wednesday, and IGN.
CBR's Comics Legends Revealed tells the story behind the creation of Shadow Lass.
The Major Spoilers "TwitterPitch" contest has two weeks remaining.
Comic Book The Blog explains the Subs for those who may have read the the recent Brave & Bold story where they meet the Inferior Five and not known who the Subs were.
Giant-Size Geek displays some of the Alan Davis covers from the 1990s without their logos, and presents the Neal Adams print from the 1976 DC Calendar and where else it appeared.
Eat Feats, the blog for competitive eating, finally noticed Tenzil Kem and Taryn Loy.
As part of its 75th anniversary, DC is putting out a CD with various TV and movie theme songs from the 1940s to today. Unfortunately, the Legion cartoon's theme is not one of them.
A Dispensable List of Comic Book Lists has the "Five Years Later" v4 Legion on a list of "11 Attempts to Reboot, Revamp or Re-Energize a Comic-Book Superhero Franchise That Could Have Gone a Little Bit Better".
Previously, in the Future looks at some teaser pages from the Booster Gold series to see which ones actually happened (like in the JSA book when we saw Dawnstar's arm). Some of them with Booster and Brainiac 5 were promised but never happened.
Weird Worm thinks that Pete Ross wasn't such a great super-hero sidekick (or an honorary Legionnaire).
Did you know that the Legion made an appearance in Tiny Titans #31?
Brave & Bold: The Lost Issues presents a cover for what a Batman/Super-Pets team-up might have looked like.
Action Figure Insider has the August Q&A with the Matty Collector people. Question #2 is about the upcoming Legion 12-pack statue poses.
Sunday, September 05, 2010