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deantrippe:

Oh, Superman went home. But don’t you worry. I’ve seen his future! And he has quite a life ahead of him!

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Say what you will about Alex Ross, but i love, love, LOVE this sequence.  Kinda made me teary.

I saw these images in JSA before reading Kingdom Come, and it only made me really want to read it more.

Geoff Johns comics used to have these glimmers of optimism in them that, while pretty contradictory to the actual content of his work, still kind of seemed to give his stories purpose that they would’ve lacked otherwise. I miss such things in DC Comics. Also, yeah, moving and beautiful 

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Infinite Crisis // artwork by Phil Jimenez (2005)

Cover Gallery for the sequel to Crisis On Infinite Earths. Featuring the extra artwork for the special Countdown To Infinite Crisis by Jim Lee.  

Guess who still likes Infinite Crisis.

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Dara Naraghi writes polite and reasonable letter to DC about their treatment of a minority killing in Aquaman, inspires such a horrible Robot6 thread that the editor considers turning off comments forever. 
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“GEOFF JOHNS: THE BEST ON OFFER,” a harrowing two-part miniseries written by Matt Seneca.

The comparison to Henry Darger, as Matt Seneca’s comparisons have a habit of being, are flimsy at best and absurd at worst, but this is still a great piece. 

——comix:

“GEOFF JOHNS: THE BEST ON OFFER,” a harrowing two-part miniseries written by Matt Seneca.

The comparison to Henry Darger, as Matt Seneca’s comparisons have a habit of being, are flimsy at best and absurd at worst, but this is still a great piece. 

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No joke, this was actually super good. I’m not always the biggest fan of Geoff Johns’ writing but he’s absolutely in his wheelhouse here and it looks like the rest of the series is going to be oodles of fun. I wish all event comics were like this. 

No joke, this was actually super good. I’m not always the biggest fan of Geoff Johns’ writing but he’s absolutely in his wheelhouse here and it looks like the rest of the series is going to be oodles of fun. I wish all event comics were like this.