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‘We3’ Deluxe Edition Gets Bonus Page Count
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We3 deluxe editionGuys, I’ve never been more excited about 10 pages of comics before in my life. Today, Vertigo announced that, not only will We3 get its first hardcover treatment, but that it’s also getting an extra ten pages from Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely. And if you realize that this is the same team that summed up all of Superman’s origin in one page, then ten pages can do a lot.

We3: The Deluxe Edition is set to be released on June 21, 2011, and you can pre-order your copy here.

We3 is easily one of my favorite comic book stories of all time, and I’m a huge fan of the the oversized Deluxe Edition hardcovers that DC/Vertigo has been doing over the past few years, so I’m really excited to get my hands on a copy of this book.

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Comics Of Doom: Episode 22: September Doom – All Star Superman
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Recorded October 4, 2010.

Check out Episode 22 of Comics of Doom, the official comics podcast of Geeks of Doom, where we doom All Star Superman!

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Watch Now: ‘All Star Superman’ Animated Trailer
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All Star SupermanMTV’s Splash Page has brought unto the world a gift from DC Entertainment‘s animated department, the trailer for the adaptation to Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely‘s All Star Superman.

Watch it here below!

As previously reported, longtime DCAU writer Dwayne McDuffie will be heading up the script, and he will once again be working with Bruce Timm and Crisis on Two Earths director Sam Liu.

Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely are easily one of my favorite creative teams, and All Star Superman is high on my list of top comics of all time, so, while I am immensely excited for this project, I also want very little about the story and style to change, but if the trailer is any indication of what’s to happen in this animated feature, I will be let down. The animation lightly mimics Quitely’s art, which is fine. The amount of detail that goes into Frank Quitely’s art is nearly impossible to adapt into animation, but it’s close on a surface level.

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Comics Of Doom: Episode 16: Wolverine #1
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Recorded September 6, 2010.

Our September Doom Of The Month will be Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly’s All Star Superman! If you want to read along with us, head on over to Instocktrades.com or DCBService.com to pick up volumes 1 and 2 for some super prices! Be sure to check back at the end of September for our special episode.

Check out Episode 16 of Comics of Doom, the official comics podcast of Geeks of Doom. Click HERE to open the podcast player in a new window.

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‘All Star Superman’ & ‘Batman: Year One’ Coming To DC Animated
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In the wake of San Diego Comic-Con, we’ve gotten a ton of great news to have all of us geeks salivating for the upcoming months. And, as a matter of fact, some of those things have to do with DC Comics‘ straight-to-DVD animated projects.

Over at Dwayne McDuffie personal blog, he mentions one specific film, that I think we are all looking forward to, Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely‘s All Star Superman.

Mr. McDuffie also goes on to say when we should expect to see it in stores.

Also, Warner Home Video revealed the title of my next project, so I can finally talk about it. It’s a feature-length animated adaptation of one of the greatest stories in comic book history. And it will be out next spring.
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SDCC 2010: DC Comic Panels Roundup
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Week of Geek: San Diego Comic Con International 2010

Unfortunately, there wasn’t a lot of big reveals from either DC or Marvel about their upcoming material that had not already been announced in some form or fashion. Therefore, I am just going to review what DC talked about throughout most of their panels at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con.

Two of my most anticipated books that were announced at the Con were Batman Incorporated by Grant Morrison and Flash Speedforce by Geoff Johns. I am super pumped by the descriptions of both of these books and I am already ready to add these books to my pull list. I definitely suggest that everyone keeps their eyes out for these. Also of note but not newly announced is the Batman Earth One by Geoff Johns about a Batman who fails at everything and his gadgets don’t work.

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Comic Review: Batman & Robin, Vol. 1: Batman Reborn
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By orangerful

Batman & Robin, Vol. 1: Batman RebornBatman & Robin, Vol. 1: Batman Reborn
DC Comics Deluxe Edition
Written by Grant Morrison
Art by Frank Quitely, Philip Tan
Release date: April 13, 2010

Batman is dead? I didn’t even know he was sick!

That’s the very basic premise of the new Batman & Robin series, written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Frank Quitely.

The Caped Crusader is MIA (after an adventure in another Morrison series ended poorly) and presumed dead. Dick Grayson, the original Robin, has set aside his Nightwing costume and donned the Dark Knight’s cowl. Damian Wayne, Bruce’s estranged 10-year-old son who was raised by assassins, has put on the Robin outfit. Together this pair attempts to make the world believe that Batman is alive and well (and Bruce Wayne is just out of town indefinitely).

If you’re a comics fan, you’re probably familiar with Morrison’s work and know that his stories are not for the faint of heart. This applies to the ‘Batman Reborn’ collection — it’s gritty, it’s raw but it is oh so good. From page one, the comic hits the ground running, bringing together plotlines from previous series. Don’t worry if you’re not a die-hard Batman fan — you might get a bit confused by character references, but it’s nothing a quick Wikipedia search can’t cure.

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