Tags » Dan Didio
I was having trouble keeping track of what happened this issue until I realized the problem–nothing happens this issue. Didio and Giffen aren’t good at the banter with the marooned New Gods–or are they New Gods on their pilgrimage to Earth; it doesn’t matter. 143 more words
September 2013: The longtime Batwoman creative team of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman part ways with the title due to “editorial decisions came at the last minute, and always after a year or more of planning and plotting.” Fans of the book and those familiar with the ensuing drama are more than aware that these “editorial decisions” mainly surrounded the now-scrapped plans to have Kate Kane marry her longtime partner, Maggie Sawyer. 725 more words
CREDIT: DC Comics
Rating: 4/5 – Embracing the Fun and Style of Kirby’s Bronze Age DC!
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Shawn Hoklas.
Artist Keith Giffen and inker Scott Koblish have a style that is definitely and obviously influenced by Jack Kirby. 400 more words
It’s hard to get excited about Infinity Man and the Forever People because there’s only so much enthusiasm from creators Dan Didio and Keith Giffen. Giffen does a thoroughly competent job with the artwork; it looks and feels like a Kirby homage should look and feel. 142 more words