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Ray Fisher Confirms He Is No Longer The Flash’s Cyborg

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Ray Fisher confirms he is no longer The Flash’s Cyborg While the time may be rapidly approaching for the unveiling of new footage regarding his character in Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the tug-of-war between Ray Fisher and Warner Bros. appears to have come to an end as the actor took to Twitter to confirm he will no longer be portraying Cyborg in the upcoming solo Flash film. RELATED: UPDATE: Ray Fisher Denies Cyborg Resignation, But Geoff Johns Remains at DC ...
Tags: Movies, Ben Affleck, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Cw, Michael Keaton, Miller, Ezra Miller, Fisher, Johns, WB, Zack Snyder, Geoff Johns, Kubert, Bruce Wayne Batman


The Flash: Ray Fisher Reportedly No Longer Set to Return as Cyborg

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Flash: Ray Fisher Reportedly No Longer Set to Return as Cyborg Last September, reports had circulated that Justice League star Ray Fisher was in talks to reprise Cyborg for a cameo role in Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming solo The Flash film. However, it seems like negotiations have already been put off with film writer Mark Hughes taking to Twitter to reveal that he has confirmed with the studio that Cyborg is no longer expected to appear in the highly-anticipated Ezr...
Tags: Movies, Ben Affleck, Mark Hughes, Justice League, Batman, Warner Bros, Cw, Michael Keaton, Miller, Ezra Miller, Fisher, Warner Bros. Pictures, Johns, Geoff Johns, Kubert, Cyborg


Our Army at War #233 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert Our Army at War v1 #233 featuring Sgt. Rock, 1971 - A renegade GI named Johnny Doe makes short work of the enemy, and anyone else that gets in his way, including civilians. There's a nuance and complexity to the story that Joe Kubert captures perfectly. Varying perspectives and changing panel shapes, the artist holds the reader's attention from start to finish. Kubert's strong sense [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Johnny Doe


The Flash: Billy Crudup in Talks to Reprise Justice League Role

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Flash: Billy Crudup in Talks to Reprise Justice League Role According to The Hollywood Reporter, Emmy-winning actor Billy Crudup is currently back in early negotiations to reprise his DCEU role in Andy Muschietti’s highly-anticipated The Flash film. The 52-year-old actor made his debut in the DCEU as Barry Allen’s father Dr. Henry Allen in 2017’s Justice League. This casting news comes four years after he was first cast for the Ezra Miller-led project, which was previ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Ben Affleck, Batman, Warner Bros, Emmy, Cw, Michael Keaton, Miller, Ezra Miller, Johns, Barry Allen, Geoff Johns, Henry Allen, Crudup, ComingSoon


The 15 Best Batman Statues Ever Made

The 15 Best Batman Statues Ever Made Comingsoon.net has compiled a list of the 15 Best Batman Statues Ever Made in celebration of Batman Day! Check it out below! Bruce Wayne AKA the caped crusader AKA the Dark Knight AKA the “ World’s Greatest Detective ” AKA Batman made his first appearance in Detective Comics in 1939. Since then, the character’s success on the page, the small screen, and large have made all of his titles household names. The story of an orphan boy who grew up and used...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Ben Affleck, Superman, Gotham, David, Justice League, Christian Bale, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Michael Keaton, Miller, Dracula, McFarlane


POLL RESULTS: Which Non-DCEU Movie Characters Should Be in The Flash?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW POLL RESULTS: Which non-DCEU movie characters should be in The Flash? With both Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton already set to return as the Dark Knight for the long-awaited The Flash, ComingSoon.net asked our readers what other non-DCEU portrayals of DC Comics heroes they’d like to see in the film and after a week and nearly 1200 votes, a certain chain-smoking occult expert came out victorious. See the results below! RELATED: POLL RESULTS: What Did You Think of the Dune ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Ben Affleck, Superman, Christian Bale, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Deadpool, Man Of Steel, Keanu Reeves, Cw, Joaquin Phoenix, Michael Keaton, Green Lantern, Miller


POLL: Which Non-DCEU Movie Characters Should Be in The Flash?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW POLL: Which Non-DCEU Movie Characters Should Be in The Flash? After DC confirmed that Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck will officially be reprising their respective versions of Bruce Wayne/Batman in Andy Muschietti’s The Flash, DC fans are still reeling with excitement because of casting possibilities that the Ezra Miller-led film could tap into. ComingSoon.net is asking our readers to vote on which non-DCEU movie characters should also make an appearance in the upcoming 20...
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The Flash Eyeing a March 2021 Start, Ray Fisher Offered Cameo

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Ezra Miller’s The Flash eyeing a March 2021 production start According to The Wrap, Warner Bros. Pictures are planning to start production for The Flash in March 2021, which would be five years since Miller’s first DCEU debut as the scarlet speedster. However, it is understandable the said date might still potentially shift depending on the COVID-19 shooting protocols. The outlet also reported that the studio has offered Justice League star Ray Fisher a cameo role as Cybo...
Tags: Movies, Ben Affleck, Justice League, Batman, Warner Bros, Cw, Michael Keaton, Miller, Ezra Miller, Warner Bros Pictures, Johns, Geoff Johns, ComingSoon, Kubert, Movie News, Bruce Wayne Batman


The Flash: Barbara Muschietti Says DC Movie ‘Restarts Everything’

The Flash: Barbara Muschietti says DC movie ‘restarts everything’ Ever since Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck’s official casting for Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming Flash movie, DC fans have been speculating that the Ezra Miller-led superhero film might be the one to reset the whole continuity of the DCEU films, especially when director Andy Muschietti previously confirmed that the film will be adapting the famous “Flashpoint” storyline. During the Fan Q&A sessions at yesterday’s DC FanDome, p...
Tags: Movies, Justice, Ben Affleck, Batman, Warner Bros, Cw, Michael Keaton, Miller, Ezra Miller, Warner Bros Pictures, Johns, Geoff Johns, ComingSoon, Kubert, Movie News, James Wan


Detective Comics #438 - Walt Simonson art, Joe Kubert reprint

Detective Comics #438 Detective Comics v1 #438, 1974 - Christine St. Clair briefs her Interpol boss on Manhunter's exploits, convincing him to continue further investigation. In his second back-up story of the series, Walt Simonson continues to employ a distinctive textural approach. His layouts, including his configurations of small panels, continues to be innovative (see interior page below) [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Dc, Superhero, Interpol, 1970s, Simonson, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Detective Comics, Walt Simonson, 143, Detective Comics 438 Detective Comics, Christine St Clair


Our Army at War #124 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert Our Army at War v1 #124, 1962 -Dazed from battle, Sgt. Rock unknowingly leads Nazi panzers right into the heart of Easy Company. Joe Kubert widely varies the layouts, each customized to fit the scenario or setting. His cover is a mediocre replica of the opening page, but the story art is drawn with the usual gusto. Kubert also includes an interesting brainwashing scene on page 18, [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, War, Dc, 1960s, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Our Army at War


Showcase #45 / Sgt. Rock - Joe Kubert art

Showcase #45 Showcase v1 #45 featuring Sgt. Rock, 1963 - Why would Sgt. Rock be appear in this tryout series when he's already featured in Our Army at War? Possibly because this lengthy tale recounts his early days as a private and how he eventually earned his stripes. Russ Heath replicates Joe Kubert's opening page on the cover and frankly does a better job. That aside, Kubert's story art [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, War, Dc, 1960s, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Russ Heath, Rock Joe Kubert


Marines In Battle #8 - Joe Kubert art

Marines In Battle #8 Marines In Battle v1 #8, 1955 - In one of his few war tales for Atlas, Joe Kubert chronicles a raid on a Pacific island during WWII. His layouts are adequate, but his pencils are mostly obliterated by the inker. Seymour Moskowitz's inking is mediocre, with little regard for the original pencils. Kubert's talent would be showcased elsewhere, most prominently on DC's war [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Pacific, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Seymour Moskowitz, Atlas Joe Kubert


Sgt. Rock Special #5 - Joe Kubert cover & reprint

Joe Kubert  Sgt. Rock Special v1 #3, 1989 - Reprinting from previous decades, this series focused on mostly Sgt. Rock. A terrific Kubert tale from Our Army at War #103 accompanies his brand new cover. Other artists in this DC copper modern age war comic include Russ Heath. This is number 3 of 7 Sgt. Rock Special issues with Kubert art and/or covers (not including reprints). Find >this issue or [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, War, Dc, 1980s, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Russ Heath


Brave and the Bold #6 - Joe Kubert art

Brave and the Bold v1 #6, 1956 - No Viking Prince tale in this issue, as Joe Kubert illustrates the Robin Hood feature instead. Unlike the cover portrait, his version is closer to actor Errol Flynn. Varied layouts are interspersed with large spacious panels. However unlikely the scenario, Kubert's bird's eye view on the opening splash sets an enthusiastic tone for the subsequent pages. This [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Errol Flynn, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert


Two-Fisted Tales v2 #16 - Wally Wood cover reprint & reprint, Joe Kubert reprint

Two-Fisted Tales v2 #16, 1996 - Forty years later, publisher Russ Cochran re-presents the EC war stories that became modern classics. This edition reprints Two-Fisted Tales #33, showcasing the work of Wally Wood and Joe Kubert. Wood's cover comes from the same issue. Other artists in this issue include Harvey Kurtzman. Find >this issue or more >Kubert, >Wood or >Two-Fisted Tales issues on ebay. [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, EC, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Wally Wood, Russ Cochran, Harvey Kurtzman, Joe Kubert Wood


Michael Keaton in Talks for The Flash Movie as Batman!

Michael Keaton in talks for The Flash movie as Batman! The DC Extended Universe solo Flash film has been in the works for nearly five years now and has seen a number of writers and directors come and go and with the film on track with Andy Muschietti behind the camera, The Wrap has brought word that the film will feature a major component in the form of Michael Keaton returning as Batman! RELATED: Andy Muschietti Confirms The Flash Movie is Still Based On Flashpoint ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Tim Burton, Robert Pattinson, Justice League, Batgirl, George Clooney, Batman, Warner Bros, Cw, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, Ezra Miller, Burton, Keaton, Grant Gustin


Mystery in Space #112 - Joe Kubert cover

Joe Kubert Mystery in Space v1 #112, 1980 - Trapped by an alien, a beautiful woman recoils within the confines of her spaceship. This is a common theme among sci-fi covers, yet Joe Kubert does it better than most. Nicely detailed and spontaneous, the layout itself has a mildly claustrophobic feel. Other artists in this DC bronze age science fiction comic include Tom Sutton and Alan Weiss. This [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Science Fiction, Comics, Dc, Unknown, 1980s, Alan Weiss, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Tom Sutton


Pictorial Confessions #3 - Matt Baker, Joe Kubert art & cover

Matt Baker, Joe Kubert Pictorial Confessions v1 #3, 1949 - Both Matt Baker and Joe Kubert contribute superbly drawn panels on this segmented cover design. Kubert's interior tale tells of a girl fearful of her boyfriend's racing career. The artwork is loose and kinetic, reflecting the dangers of the sport. Baker's two stories tell of, respectively, the ambitions of a pretty sales clerk and two [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Mystery in Space #113 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert Mystery in Space v1 #113, 1980 - Small mysterious creatures converge on an astronaut just outside his spaceship. Joe Kubert's cover was among many prevalent during the bronze age. In a pleasant surprise, the artist also drew the corresponding story inside. With only three pages, Kubert proves himself a master of layout and efficient storytelling. Note that this science fiction [Author: Unknown]
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Brave and the Bold #16 - Joe Kubert art

Brave and the Bold v1 #16, 1958 - Suffering from memory loss, the Viking Prince slowly recovers as he performs the Twelve Tasks of Thor to reclaim his throne. An excellent splash precedes a sequence of beautifully drawn pages. One consistent flaw seems to be a lack of sharpness in many panels. The poor print reproduction fails to capture some of Kubert's fine details. This story was later [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Thor, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert


Weird War Tales #1 - Joe Kubert art, reprint & cover

Joe Kubert Weird War Tales v1 #1, 1971 - Comprised of war stories, this series begins features reprints from previous decades. Eventually, Weird War Tales would produce its own original material. For this inaugural issue, Joe Kubert provides a jarring new cover. Variations of a skeletal soldier would be used frequently throughout the run. Especially eerie is Kubert's masthead, which uses [Author: Unknown]
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Tarzan #207 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert Tarzan of the Apes v1 #207, 1972 - This first DC issue continues from the previous long-running Dell/Gold Key series. Joe Kubert starts anew with an adaptation of Tarzan’s origin. Unlike the streamlined version of Russ Manning, Kubert brings the story and character back to its savage roots with his loose, impressionistic style. His African jungle is a brutal, unforgiving place [Author: Unknown]
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DC Comics Presents #66 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert DC Comics Presents v1 #66, 1983 - By the late 1970s, Joe Kubert drew mostly covers, not stories, making this issue all the more special. A two-thousand year old druid statue comes to life, wreaking havoc on modern day Metropolis. Superman and the Demon meet this mystical threat head on. Kubert's pages are drawn with an uncommon sophistication often reserved for other genres. Scenes [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Dc, Superhero, Unknown, 1980s, Kubert, Joe Kubert


DC Special #8 / Wanted - Joe Kubert reprint

DC Special v1 #8 presents Wanted, 1970 - While featuring the foes of Superman, Batman, Flash and Green Lantern, the issue also reprints Hawkman's first encounter with the Shadow Thief (Brave and the Bold #36). Other artists in this issue include Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino and Curt Swan.  - - - - - - - - - - Home / Kubert / DC Special ebay  >this issue >Kubert >DC Special [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Hawkman, Gil Kane Carmine Infantino, Curt Swan Home Kubert


Western Gunfighters v2 #2 - Al Williamson, Matt Baker, Joe Kubert reprints

Western Gunfighters v2 #2, 1970 - Part of a western reprint series, this issue features Joe Kubert's "Pony Express" (from Apache Kid #13), Al Williamson's "Outlaw's Hideout" and Matt Baker's "The Wild One" from Quick-Trigger Western #13. Other artists in this issue include Dick Ayers, Joe Maneely, Gene Colan and Tom Sutton. Cover by Herb Trimpe. Find >this issue or more >Baker, >Kubert, > [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Matt Baker, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Al Williamson, Joe Kubert, Tom Sutton, Al Williamson Matt Baker Joe Kubert, Dick Ayers Joe Maneely Gene Colan


Star Spangled War Stories #154 - Joe Kubert art, cover & reprint

Joe Kubert Star Spangled War Stories v1 #147, 1970 - Joe Kubert's powerful cover gives a preview to his interiors. The Unknown Soldier's origins are revealed for the first time, starting with his enlistment. Two splashes accompany many large panels across nine pages. Kubert employs a silent sequence to great effect at the story's climax. This issue also includes part two of an Enemy Ace [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Tarzan #208 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert Tarzan of the Apes v1 #208, 1972 - A fine splash page recaps the previous issue's events, followed by chronicles of a youthful Tarzan among the great apes. Joe Kubert's workmanship continues in part two of the ape-man's origin. His rendition of apes, lions, panthers and other animals are among the finest in comics. Other highlights include the advent of a tropical storm on page 10 [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, Adventure, Dc, Unknown, 1970s, Tarzan, Kubert, Joe Kubert, Joe Kubert Tarzan


Best of Brave and the Bold #6 - Neal Adams, Joe Kubert reprints

Best of Brave and the Bold v1 #6, 1989 - Gathering reprints from the silver and bronze age, this edition features two Viking Prince tales by Joe Kubert (Brave and the Bold #8 and #9) and a Batman-Teen Titans team-up by Neal Adams (Brave and the Bold #83). The brand new cover is by Jose Luis Garcia Lopez. Find >this issue or more >Adams, >Kubert or >Brave and the Bold comics on ebay. - - - - - - [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Adams, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, Joe Kubert Brave, Neal Adams Joe Kubert, Neal Adams Brave


Our Army at War #128 - Joe Kubert art & cover

Joe Kubert Our Army at War v1 #128, 1963 - Interestingly, the story runs parallel tracks of the history of two different army sergeants, one German and one American (Sgt. Rock). Joe Kubert illustrates their inevitable showdown with the usual gusto. Overlapping and oddly shaped panels only add to the visual interest (see interior page below). Sadly, Kubert's weakly composed cover is replicated [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ted Ignacio, Kubert, Joe Kubert