FanExpo '13: Highlights From The DC COMICS: ALL ACCESS Panel
During Friday's panel with DC Comics talent Jeff Lemire, Lee Bermejo and Tony Daniel talked about their upcoming and now-released projects such as Justice League Canada, Trillium, Superman/Wonder Woman and more!
During Friday's Fan Expo Canada DC: All Access panel, Jeff Lemire talked more about Trillium and Justice League: Canada which Tony Daniel talked about Superman/Wonder Woman and how it'll appeal to female readers with it's romantic aspect and Lee Bermejo talked about his new Vertigo book, Suiciders. Check out some important highlights below!
- Justice League Canada will have a brand new Canadian character added to it's roster, but will also feature the new 52 debut of Adam Strange who is now from Toronto
- Trinity War came to fruition when Lemire got the Justice League: Dark gig and he and Geoff Johns started exploring how they could intertwine the three Justice League books. Eventually, they sat down behind closed doors for a few days and completely wrote out Trinity War
- We got a preview of Forever Evil #1 and we were told that a certain revelation inside will "light the internets on fire".
- Tony Daniel said that Superman/Wonder Woman is the perfect combination of what he'd like to draw and he loves Superman. We'll see a huge cast of characters. It is also meant to help target female readership.
- Lee Bermejo is launching a new Vertigo book called Suiciders, which takes place 30 years after "The Big One" Earthquake in a post-apocalyptic LA. He does have an ending for the book in mind. He writes and draws.
- The panel then talks about Krypton Returns, a Superman-family centric event that features He'l's return to Krypton in the past where Jor-El nurses him back to health. Eventually, the storyline ends with Krypton returning and the Superman family may have to destroy the planet once again to save the day.
- Jeff Lemire's Green Arrow #25 is a tie in to Scott Snyder's Batman: Zero Year and details Oliver's first meeting with The Dark Knight. Lemire requested to write this story.
- Jeff Lemire then talked about how he paints the pages of Trillium himself and tries new writing techniques with each issue.
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