Posts tagged Black Canary

Comic Vine has a preview of Birds of Prey #30 by Christy Marx, Robson Rocha, Scott McDaniel, Jonathan Glapion, and Chris Sotomayor; with a cover by Jorge Molina.

Comic Vine has a preview of Birds of Prey #30 by Christy Marx, Robson Rocha, Scott McDaniel, Jonathan Glapion, and Chris Sotomayor; with a cover by Jorge Molina.

Comixology and DC Comics is having a 99¢ Green Arrow sale this week, which means Black Canary books on sale!
Justice League of America (1960-1987) #75 by Denny O’Neil, Dick Dillin, and Joe Giella.
The Brave and the Bold (1955-1983) #107, 141 (Batman & Black Canary) by Bob Haney, Jim Aparo, and Jerry Serpe.
Black Canary (1991-1992) #1-4 by Sarah E. Byam, Trevor Von Eeden, Dick Giordano, Julia Lacquement.
Black Canary (1992-1993) #1-12 by  Sarah E. Byam, Trevor Von Eeden, Bob Smith, Julia Lacquement, James Owsley, James Hodgkins, and Leo Duranona.
Birds of Prey (1999-2009) #92-95 by Gail Simone, Paulo Siqueira, Robin Riggs, Joe Prado, and Dick Giordano.
Black Canary (2007) #1-4 by Tony Bedard, Paulo Siqueira, Amilton Santos, I.L.L., Tom Derenick, and Rodney Ramos.
Green Arrow/Black Canary #16 (2007-2010) by Andrew Kreisberg, Mike Norton, Josef Rubinstein, and David Baron.

Comixology and DC Comics is having a 99¢ Green Arrow sale this week, which means Black Canary books on sale!

Justice League of America (1960-1987) #75 by Denny O’Neil, Dick Dillin, and Joe Giella.

The Brave and the Bold (1955-1983) #107, 141 (Batman & Black Canary) by Bob Haney, Jim Aparo, and Jerry Serpe.

Black Canary (1991-1992) #1-4 by Sarah E. Byam, Trevor Von Eeden, Dick Giordano, Julia Lacquement.

Black Canary (1992-1993) #1-12 by  Sarah E. Byam, Trevor Von Eeden, Bob Smith, Julia Lacquement, James Owsley, James Hodgkins, and Leo Duranona.

Birds of Prey (1999-2009) #92-95 by Gail Simone, Paulo Siqueira, Robin Riggs, Joe Prado, and Dick Giordano.

Black Canary (2007) #1-4 by Tony Bedard, Paulo Siqueira, Amilton Santos, I.L.L., Tom Derenick, and Rodney Ramos.

Green Arrow/Black Canary #16 (2007-2010) by Andrew Kreisberg, Mike Norton, Josef Rubinstein, and David Baron.

Earth 2 Related Solicits - June 2014

There is no more Forever Evil in the solicitations this month. But we do get a lot of Earth 2 goodness.

  • Flash, Green Lantern, and Hawkgirl seem to be moving back to the spotlight in Earth 2.
  • Huntress and Power Girl are starting their trek home to Earth 2 in Worlds’ Finest
  • Sylvester Pemberton a.k.a. the Star-Spangled Kid gets his first action figure in Series 3 of Scribblenauts Unmasked Mini Figures Blind Boxes 
  • Mister Terrific is popping up in New 52 - Futures End.
  • Hawkman is fighting the new Lobo in Justice League United.
  • Pandora is fighting Vandal Savage in Trinity of Sin: Pandora.
  • The Spectre is playing a big role in Trinity of Sin: The Phantom Stranger.
  • Black Canary is fighting the Suicide Squad in Birds of Prey .

EARTH 2 #24
Written by TOM TAYLOR
Art by EDDY BARROWS and EBER FERREIRA
Cover by PHILIP TAN and NORM RAPMUND
DC Collectibles Bombshells variant cover by ANT LUCIA
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
On sale JUNE 4 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Aquawoman leads Green Lantern, Hawkgirl, and The Flash to battle Beguiler in the middle of the ocean! And Superman makes an unprecedented move that could change the future of Earth 2!

WORLDS’ FINEST #24
Written by PAUL LEVITZ
Art by R.B. SILVA and JOE WEEMS
Cover by BARRY KITSON
On sale JUNE 11 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Get ready for action as Power Girl and Huntress begin their journey back to Earth 2! Plus, Desaad returns!

SCRIBBLENAUTS UNMASKED MINI FIGURES BLIND BOXES SERIES 3
In Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure, Maxwell unites with Batman, Superman and the rest of the Justice League to restore order to the DC Comics Universe. Each tray contains 24 pieces of 11 different figures (some rarer than others), including Yellow Lantern Sinestro, Kyle Rayner, Reverse Flash, Batman and MORE!
Each Measures Approximately 2.25” Tall
$4.95 US • On Sale July 2014 * Allocations May Occur

CraveOnline has a preview of Birds of Prey #29 by Christy Marx, Robson Rocha, Scott McDaniel, Jonathan Glapion, and Marc Deering; with a cover by Jorge Molina.

CraveOnline has a preview of Birds of Prey #29 by Christy Marx, Robson Rocha, Scott McDaniel, Jonathan Glapion, and Marc Deering; with a cover by Jorge Molina.

Earth 2 has seen a bunch of additions to its cast over the past couple months. Who would you like to see get the the new Earth 2 treatment next? I have omitted any characters or legacies that have already appeared. An example would be, Green Lantern, has appeared so he, Jade and Obsidian are not on the list. 

What JSA Member/Legacy would you like to get the Earth 2 treatment?

Earth 2 has seen a bunch of additions to its cast over the past couple months. Who would you like to see get the the new Earth 2 treatment next? I have omitted any characters or legacies that have already appeared. An example would be, Green Lantern, has appeared so he, Jade and Obsidian are not on the list.

Comicosity has a preview of Birds of Prey #27 by Christy Marx, Daniel Sampere, and Jonathan Glapion. 

Comicosity has a preview of Birds of Prey #27 by Christy Marx, Daniel Sampere, and Jonathan Glapion. 

CBR chatted with Paul Dini about his upcoming original graphic novel, Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell. This is how he described his Black Canary:

My version of Dinah is a very scrappy, very determined young woman who was always been that way, even from a very young age of 14 or 15. She ran away from home and just wanted to prove that she could do things. She’s in the middle of this quest to basically conquer the world when she runs into Zatanna, and they have a brief meeting and a brief discussion about which is more powerful, relying on one’s self or relying on magic. They kind of change each other’s point of view a little bit.

How excited are you about this book?

CBR chatted with Paul Dini about his upcoming original graphic novel, Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell. This is how he described his Black Canary:

My version of Dinah is a very scrappy, very determined young woman who was always been that way, even from a very young age of 14 or 15. She ran away from home and just wanted to prove that she could do things. She’s in the middle of this quest to basically conquer the world when she runs into Zatanna, and they have a brief meeting and a brief discussion about which is more powerful, relying on one’s self or relying on magic. They kind of change each other’s point of view a little bit.

How excited are you about this book?

If you have been watching Arrow this season you’ll know it’s chock full of DC goodness. There is a new Black Canary running around. There is a drug that sounds suspiciously like Miraclo. Cyrus Gold is part of Brother Blood’s cult and hopefully that will mean he will be transforming into Solomon Grundy. 
I’ve been slowly recapping and reviewing Arrow over at Tuesday Night Movies. Go check it out.

If you have been watching Arrow this season you’ll know it’s chock full of DC goodness. There is a new Black Canary running around. There is a drug that sounds suspiciously like Miraclo. Cyrus Gold is part of Brother Blood’s cult and hopefully that will mean he will be transforming into Solomon Grundy. 

I’ve been slowly recapping and reviewing Arrow over at Tuesday Night Movies. Go check it out.

TV Guide spoke with Arrow executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg. They had some interesting things to say about the Birds of Prey.

With the introduction of Black Canary, you’re really close to Birds of Prey. Any chance of seeing that?Guggenheim: We have an idea for how to do our version of Birds of Prey. When you think about it, we have a lot of pieces. It’s a lot like the Suicide Squad. As we continue to populate our world with new characters and some returning people from last year, you start to go, “We’re really close to that!” We saw this awesome bit of production art for a new set that we realized plays into Birds of Prey completely. Our Art Department wasn’t even intending that! There’s certainly a momentum towards that, but everything has to happen in due time. With respect to Birds of Prey specifically, there’s an actress that we particularly need to make that piece work and we need to check on her availability.

TV Guide spoke with Arrow executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg. They had some interesting things to say about the Birds of Prey.

With the introduction of Black Canary, you’re really close to Birds of Prey. Any chance of seeing that?
Guggenheim: 
We have an idea for how to do our version of Birds of Prey. When you think about it, we have a lot of pieces. It’s a lot like the Suicide Squad. As we continue to populate our world with new characters and some returning people from last year, you start to go, “We’re really close to that!” We saw this awesome bit of production art for a new set that we realized plays into Birds of Prey completely. Our Art Department wasn’t even intending that! There’s certainly a momentum towards that, but everything has to happen in due time. With respect to Birds of Prey specifically, there’s an actress that we particularly need to make that piece work and we need to check on her availability.

Thoughts on Wednesday’s Books

imageI’ve seen that guy before! Crossover! Crossover! Crossover! 
Justice League Dark #23

imageI felt the same way as Brainy here about the last issue of Legion. There are some rather big Earth 2 ramifications I will get into later. I’m not too happy about what they might imply.
Legion of Super-Heroes #23

imageIt looks like Scott Snyder and Jim Lee are giving us a Golden Age Sueperman doppelganger. I’m interested to see where this morally grey character goes. It kind of reminds me of Red Son a little bit.
Superman Unchained #3

imageWas Condor originally a pitch for Black Condor? Also, I wish Dinah felt less “broken.”
Birds of Prey #23

imageSo It seems from solicitations that Pandora is going to keep fighting the Shazam villains the Seven Deadly Sins after “Trinity War” is over. Three issues in I’m kind of bored this fight. Is that what her whole ongoing series is going to be filled with? Why does she have a ongoing and not Shazam? I’d much rather see him fighting these things. Was it ever answered why she looks like Zealot? Or is that just because Jim Lee designed the both. Obviously the markings on her face are “Shazam” bolts. Also I don’t know why she was stalking all the new 52 characters. Was that ever revealed?
Trinity of Sin: Pandora #3

Did you see anything of note in your comics?