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Review: THE QUESTION: THE MANY DEATHS OF VIC SAGE #4 – DC’s Black Label At Its Best!

On August 25, DC Comics released the fourth and final issue of its Black Label series The Question: The Many Deaths of Vic Sage....

DC Announcement: DC Universe Is Dead! Long Live DC Universe Infinite!

The fate of DC Universe, DC's online streaming and media platform service, was uncertain with the launch of HBO Max. Several of the successful,...

Review: BATMAN #99 Brings The Family Together for The End

Batman Prepares for the End The Joker War continues to torment Batman. After being infected by the new Joker serum, Bruce has been going through...

How CATWOMAN #25 Marks the Occasion

Catwoman #25 makes this occasion with three short stories, all showcasing a different side of the one and only Selena Kyle.

Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #1027 – A Few Batman Stories More…

Celebrating 1000 issues since Batman's first appearance, DC comics released Detective Comics #1027 on September 15. The issue features Batman writers current and past like James...

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE #53 – Dick Grayson’s Wild, Post-Apocalyptic Adventure

JUSTICE LEAGUE #53, available in comic book stores on Tuesday, September 15th, details the fallout of various Justice League members following the Dark Multiverse...

Review: The Family goes to War in THE FLASH #761

The Flash Family Reunion The Battle for the Flash Legacy continues! After being called out by Impulse, Thawne(still in control of Barry’s body) tries to...

ENDLESS WINTER Preview: The Justice League Gets Chilly

December is shaping up to be a big month for DC Comics. Following the announcement of Batman/Catwoman, we now get the details on another...

DC Preview: An Old Villain Reappears in BATMAN/CATWOMAN #1

DC Comics has released a treasure trove of preview images for their upcoming BATMAN/CATWOMAN #1, available through retailers as a 12-issue run, written by...

Three New DARK MULTIVERSE Books Coming From DC

DC Comics is heading back to the Dark Multiverse this December with three new one-shots. This time, a series from the 1980s (Crisis on...

REVIEW: HAWKMAN #27 Captures Time in a Bottle

Written by Robert Venditti, with pencils by Fernando Pasarin, inks by Oclair Albert and Wade Von Grawbadger, colors by Jeromy Cox, and letters by...

Review: NIGHTWING #74 — A Thrilling Battle For Dick Grayson’s Heart

NIGHTWING #74, available in stores on Tuesday, September 8th, upends readers' expectations just as its predecessors did in this arc. The Joker has seized...

Review: JOHN CONSTANTINE: HELLBLAZER: MARKS OF WOE — Foul-Mouthed And Horrifying Once More

DC Comics’ JOHN CONSTANTINE: HELLBLAZER VOL. 1: MARKS OF WOE is out September 29th, and England’s favorite bastard goes back to his Vertigo roots...

JOKER WAR ZONE Preview: Battleground Gotham City

Between "Joker War" raging across the Bat-titles and the recent announcement from writer John Ridley, it's been a busy time for Dark Knight news....

An Origin Story Like No Other In TEEN TITANS: BEAST BOY

Teen Titans: Beast Boy gives a fan favorite an origin story like never seen before, one that let's his unique personality shine.

Review: LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #8 – An Artist Extravaganza…With a Catch.

On August 25, DC Comics released Legion of Superheroes #8. The issue is written by Brian Michael Bendis, who is joined by colorist Jordie Bellaire, letterer...

Review: THE DREAMING: THE WAKING HOURS #2 – What Fools These Nightmares Be!

Writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Nick Robles, along with colorist Mat Lopes and letterer Simon Bowland, bring us the second chapter of their...

DC’s TEEN TITANS: BEAST BOY Book Trailer Drops

Writer Kami Garcia continues her varied run of work for DC, going from Black Label material like Joker/Harley to YA fare like her Teen...

REVIEW: HELLBLAZER: RISE AND FALL #1 is Casually Terrifying

Don't read DC Comics' Hellblazer: Rise and Fall #1 right before bed. It's the casually terrifying story we've always wanted from a John Constantine title....

REVIEW: STRANGE ADVENTURES #5 Focuses off the Page

Written by Tom King, with art by Mitch Gerads and Evan "Doc" Shaner, and letters by Clayton Cowles, DC Comics' Strange Adventures #5 begins to...
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