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SUPERMAN: RED SON Provides Entertainment Years Later

Long Live President Superman Since 1938, Superman has been one of Comic’s examples of America’s greatest myths. Not because of his powers, but because of...

BATMAN: THE ADVENTURES CONTINUE #1 is a Careful Continuation

Written by Alan Burnett and Paul Dini, with art by Ty Templeton, colors by Monica Kubina and letters by Joshua Reed, Batman: The Adventures...

Why You Should Revisit BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS #1

BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS #1, published in 1986 by DC Comics, is considered part of one of the greatest comic book masterpieces of...

OPED: Tom Taylor Is The Master Of Tragedy Through Levity

For more than a decade now, Tom Taylor has been bringing us to tears with his comics. He writes the kind of scripts that...

Longbox Legends: SWEET TOOTH – Innocence in the Time of the Apocalypse

"This is a Story." In the time surrounding the year 2010, the post-apocalypse story setting was near beaten to death by the mainstream horde of...

Review: The Reasons We’re Here in FAR SECTOR #5

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell's "Far Sector," with the help of letterer Deron Bennett, has been a tantalizing blend of space-opera, sci-fi...

Review: SUPERGIRL #40 Asks When Is A Finale Not A Finale?

DC comics bring you the finale to Jody Houser and Rachael Stott’s infected Supergirl story arc in this week's 40th issue.

SUICIDE SQUAD #4 Starts Offering Some Answers

Written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Daniel Sampere, inks by Juan Albarran, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters by Wes Abbott, Suicide Squad #4...

Review: ACTION COMICS #1021 Is Luthor’s Endgame

ACTION COMICS #1021, available from DC Comics on March 25th, showcases the final defeat of the Justice League at the hands of the Legion...

A Struggle Over Power and Gold in BATGIRL #45

Batgirl #45 begins a horrifying tale of power, and what it costs those who fall by the wayside.

Review: Into The Heart Of The Rot In JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #21

JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #21 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, March 25th, and it is a remarkable sequel to the story laid out in...

Check Out A 6-Page Preview Of ACTION COMICS #1021

Action Comics #1021 hits your local comic book shop next week (if it's open, ugh), but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has...

Check Out A 5-Page Preview Of WONDER WOMAN #754

Wonder Woman #754 hits your local comic book shop next week (if it's open, ugh), but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: SLASH MARAUD #1 (November 1987)

Welcome to 'I'd Buy That For A Dollar' a column where I will be exploring the weird and wonderful world of dollar bin diving....

DCEASED UNKILLABLES #2 Runs Full Speed to the End of the World

Written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Karl Mostert, inks by Trevor Scott, Neil Edwards, and Karl Mostert, colors by Rex Lokus and letters...

Review: BATMAN #91 Sets Up Phase 2 of the Designer’s Plan

Batman faces off against Deathstroke! Batman faces an assault on all fronts. The Designer has given Gotham’s greatest criminals the ultimate plans for control near...

Review: NIGHTWING #70 And The War Within

"Richard" Grayson has been undergoing an identity crisis over the past few issues. The break in mental control Dr. Haas held over him returned...

Are Alternate Comic Book Sizes Better Than the Standard Format?

The size of Comic books has remained relatively constant since the Golden Age, but through printings such as DC Comics’ Black Label line, we...

Review: Barry Face Godspeed and Paradox in THE FLASH #751

The Flash Faces Paradox for the Future The Flash has a special place in the Multiverse and the DC timeline. Along with being the hope...

Review: An Inheritance of Ghosts in THE DOLLHOUSE FAMILY #5

M.R. Carey and Peter Gross' "The Dollhouse Family" has been a pleasant surprise of horror/mystery, with the latter of these two making up the...