This week we highlight series featuring the original super hero, a revitalized X-Universe, the end of a cosmic conflict, and the return of two perennial favorites, one inspired by Japanese folklore and manga and one taken directly from the pop culture zeitgeist of the Land of the Rising Sun.
Bars feature Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg, and Aquaman artwork on the wrappers (and an assortment of symbols on each chocolate section).
DC will once again capitalize on the popularity of the 1980’s with a new hardcover collection, DC Through the ’80s: The End of Eras, featuring of some of the best stories from the decade, but it will also include the previously unreleased text of Alan Moore’s Twilight of the Superheroes proposal.
This week we have some DC classics and two Marvel titles that feature some of the best runs ever for their respective characters.
Zack Snyder had a surprise for Justice League fans during his appearance at Justice Con, a fan-run convention dedicated to the film. The director revealed a black costume for Superman, which will appear in his upcoming cut of the film on HBO Max.
The results of Juliens Auctions’ Hollywood event are going to make some lucky (and wealthy) collectors very happy! The prestigious auction house reported sales of iconic collectibles including Superman’s cape, Bilbo Baggins’ pipe, a 2001: A Space Odyssey space suit, and Daredevil’s billy clubs in their Hollywood: Legends and Explorers auction.