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DC Noise No. 2

January 1st, 2008

DC Noise returns with an episode of which even Two-Face would be proud! Greg Rucka says no to second helpings of a DC exclusive, a couple of new Paul Pope/Vertigo collections, a look at Superman II the Donner Cut and the Crisis Sequel you’ve never seen!

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DC Noise Episode 1 Forum thread:

Starman Omnibus Cover Image:

NY Times article on Gail Simone:

Greg Rucka’s blog:

Comics Journal 287:

Paul Pope:

DC and Marvel take on Bittorrents:
PART I: http://torrentfreak.com/marvel-dc-comics-target-bittorrent-071122/
PART II: http://torrentfreak.com/zcult-comic-tracker-re-ope-071124/
PART III: http://torrentfreak.com/comic-bittorrent-tracker-writes-open-letter-to-marvel-ends-up-a-target-071202/

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Comic Book Noise Forum:

peterjohnrios @ gmail.com

  1. laseraw
    April 14th, 2008 at 21:51 | #1

    this episode was great peter!i had no idea about the crisis of the soul thing but its fascinating.a few months back i heard about alan moore's twilight of the superheroes a proposal for a sequel of infinite crisisyou probably know about it but just in case, you can read about it here:[html <a href="http://]http://www.hoboes.com/Comics/Twilight/%5B/html%5D%5Dhttp://www.hoboes.com/Comics/Twilight/%5B/html%5D<br />or read the whole proposal here[html <a href="http://]http://www.geocities.com/soho/6612/twilight.htm%5B/html%5D%5Dhttp://www.geocities.com/soho/6612/twilight.htm%5B/html%5D<br />i thought this was a pretty interesting take on the whole idea of crossover events; it even seems to anticipate many of the flaws this company wide maneuvers have shown since then, at both sides of the street, particularly in the recent "major summer events"…moore usually reads as a thoughtful and reflexive author and i see here more interest in the analysis of the publishing strategy (a very global view from tie-ins to merchandising) than the hero story itselfanyway, thought it was appropriate to mention itloved the show! looking forward for more!

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