Found this over on BleedingCool.com more sneak peeks of art from the upcoming DC Nation shorts Super Best Friends Forever. I kind of like the quirky style although now I’ve seen Batgirl and Wondergirl I am beginning to wonder how much this influenced this new short.
Caught this online today its Lauren Faust’s Supergirl or Kara Zor-El from one of the shorts to be featured on DC Nation on Cartoon Network which will be called Super Best Friends Forever. Lauren is the story artist and writer that brought us The Powerpuff Girls and Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends, which means we should see some sharp adult based humor. Me, I’m kind of hoping it will be a little like the Worlds Finest Batgirl/Supergirl team up by Mike Maihack.
Artist Paulo Siqueira had his own take the DCnU52 reboot, with an interesting mix of muted colors and retro outfits. Check out his Wonder Woman and other A-listers from the Justice League by clicking the Wonder Woman above.
Welcome to the last Inside the Box DCnU52 special, together Jean (aka the Nerd Wife) and myself picked six titles off the rack at our local comic book store Chucks Comics to see what would make it into our box for the next month. This is the last week of the new 52 month so the last chance for DC to recruit new readers with their last set of easy accessible books. Below are my thoughts presented in the order I read the books in.
Justice League Dark #1 – Milligan & Janin – When things go bump in the night who are you going to call? DC’s more mystical characters have always been on the fringe and Justice League Dark wants to change that. I don’t know much about any of these characters – I know Shade because he appeared in Suicide Squad once, Zatanna and Deadman are about my limit because they appeared in the mainstream books; the rest I know little or nothing about and like a lot of the DCnU52 books this one totally fails to really explain them. Interesting, loved the concept of a sentient Power Plant that simply is bored, but that got brushed over. For me its not a keeper although I think Jean will want to keep it. Continue reading →