Jim Lee and Geoff Johns Want You To Read ‘First Wave #1’ With Them!

Are you as excited about DC’s First Wave as I am? I’ve been inundated with previews in the back of every DC book and I can’t wait for the first issue to hit stands tomorrow. But what if I told you there was an even more awesome way to experience First Wave? “˜How,’ you ask? How about reading it with two of comics biggest names?

Geoff Johns and Jim Lee will be reading First Wave #1 on Wednesday, and you can share the experience with them on Twitter, where you can tweet your thoughts and comments to the superstar creators and hear what they think as they flip from page to page. Not on the Twitter bandwagon? Sign up!

Everything kicks off this Wednesday at 3pm PST, so you have plenty of time to run to your shop and join in on the action. While you’re at it, don’t forget to follow GeeksOfDoom, too.

For those out of the loop, First Wave is the mini-series from writer Brian Azzarello and artist Rags Morales, packed with neo-noir action and deftly reimagined icons, including the Bat-Man, Doc Savage and the Spirit.

If you’re so inclined you can follow along with me [Editor’s note: Yes, follow this man, he’s awesome], as I’ll be reading along with Jim and Geoff too.

Source: DC’s Source Blog

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