Thursday, January 12, 2012

Wave 2 of DC's New 52 looms, with Gray and Palmiotti heading to war

When DC Comics rebooted their entire line with the much-ballyhooed "New 52," it was inevitable that not every one of the fifty-two new titles would take, and now that the first casualties have occurred, new books are in place to fill in the gaps. Among the new offerings is the anthology series G.I. Combat, that features a number of stories including a revival of The Unknown Soldier, co-scribed by Paperfilms' own Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti. Major details are currently hush-hush, but what's currently open to the public can be read over at USA Today.

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  1. I loved the Unknown Soldier books from the 80's. Wonder what titles are getting the ax?

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