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Spoiler Easter Eggs in DC Metal #1: Barbatos & Dream

The big reveals of Issue one is the connection between everything Grant Morrison has written and Nth Metal.  Let’s get some easy stuff out of the way. 783 more words

Comics

Multiversity - The most epic Comic from DC

Grant Morrison is an amazing comic book writer . A true visionary. The first ever comic book i read from Grant was JLA when they were relaunched in DC continuing in another legacy of the super hero group. 195 more words

Arkham Asylum 2 Announced At San Diego Comic Con 

At Thursday’s DC: Meet the Publishers panel at San Diego Comic-Con Grant Morrison showed up to announce an entirely unexpected project: Arkham Asylum 2, a follow-up to his best-selling 1989 Batman graphic novel. 127 more words

Comic Books

A Chat with Comic Book Documentarian Patrick Meaney!

Patrick Meaney is an American born award-winning film director, screenwriter, producer, comic book writer and editor.  He is best known for his work as a director/producer of documentaries about the world of comics books, including… 2,971 more words

Happy! Cast Main Villain

Syfy is about to get Happy! The coming series, based on Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson’s graphic novel, has cast Joseph Reitman (Money Monster… 102 more words

Television

HAL JORDAN JOINS DC’S BESTSELLING GRAPHIC NOVEL SERIES WITH GREEN LANTERN: EARTH ONE VOL. 1

The Hugo Award-nominated team of Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman delivers the next installment of DC’s best-selling Earth One line, following in the tradition of… 325 more words

News

Grant Morrison, Doom Patrol

The Doom Patrol Omnibus by Grant Morrison

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In my review of Boris Groys’s In the Flow, I somehow failed to note the thesis in art history for which Groys became famous: his main claim was that, as the avant-garde’s dream before the Russian Revolution was the total transformation, along artistic lines, of their entire society, then the “official” Socialist Realist art of Soviet Russia was in fact the legitimate successor and fulfillment of the avant-garde since it inherited the function of aesthetically recomposing the social. 2,112 more words

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