Monday, November 29, 2010
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Detective Comics #871 (with the brand new team of Scott Snyder on the story, and Jock, David Baron, and me on art chores, all under the great supervision of editors Mike Marts and Janelle Siegel) come out last week and since then reviews are poring in and the verdict seems to be the same: Detective is the Bat book you must buy :D
Check these reviews out :) (click on links to read the reviews)
iFanboy: 5 out of 5!
TECHLAND: I like the new look of Detective a lot--two schools of European cartooning in just one book!
Crave OnLine: t’s hard to read Detective Comics #871 and not feel like a new era is upon us. With only one issue, Snyder and the team of artists have established a very new take on Dick Grayson, Jim Gordon, and their relationship with Gotham City. If you don’t love absolutely everything the new Detective Comics, there’s something fundamentally wrong with the way you view art.
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Multiversity Comics: I can't say enough about this book. From top to bottom, from the writing to the art to the editing to everything else, this book is simply one of the best big two superhero books of the year. 9.8
Comics And... : Overall Grade A + - If you aren’t reading this book you are missing what could become a classic.
Paradox Comics Group: the Vertigo sophistication and sensibility being applied to the DC Universe [..] 8/10
Comic Attack!: I highly recommend it!
The Weekly Crisis: Must Read. You are going to want to be in on the ground floor for what’s going to be a great year for Batman. this reads like Dashiell Hammett’s take on the character and the city.
Weekly Comic Book Review: Snyder “get’s it” and is writing a uniquely Dick Grayson detective story. Jock and Francavilla are delivering awesome art. Must read! A-
Gotham Knights Online: Jock and Francesco’s artwork matches Snyders writing perfectly and [..] puts Detective Comics at the top of the pile for Batman titles currently out there. 5/5
Heroes Online: Atmospheric and intelligent, an excellent start for this title’s new direction.
There is plenty more reviews posted in the last days and more coming out this week, but you get the idea... :)
Thanks everyone for the support: I, Scott, Jock, David, Mike, Janelle, and all the DC COmics gang really appreciate all the bat-love you guys are throwing our way :)
All images © 2010 Francesco Francavilla.
Detective Comics ™ and © 2010 DC Comics
Sunday, November 14, 2010
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Been talking about Stephen King on Twitter today, and IT was one of the topic. I read the book (gosh) like 20 years ago, but I felt inspired to do a little quick tribute ;)