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Review: The Elements Of Existence Come Together In JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #22

JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #22 hits comic book stores on Tuesday, June 2nd, continuing The Parliaments of Life arc. Readers will remember the fungal outbreak...

GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS #6 Settles for the Status Quo

Gotham City Monsters #6, written by Steve Orlando, with art by Amancay Nahuelpan, colors by Trish Mulvihill and letters by Tom Napolitano, is the end...

GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS #5: Cue the Monster Mash

Written by Steve Orlando, with art by Amancay Nahuelpan, colors by Trish Mulvihill and letters by Tom Napolitano, Gotham City Monsters #5 presses pause to...

GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS #4 May Be a Secret Big Deal

Gotham City Monsters #4 is written by Steve Orlando, with art by Amancay Nahuelpan, colors by Trish Mulvihill and letters by Tom Napolitano. With...

GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS #1 Explores Gotham’s Grotesque Underbelly

Diving deeper into the underbelly of Gotham City, DC Comics Gotham City Monsters #1 explores the uneasy corner known as Monster City, with dusky...

Exclusive Interview: Ben Percy On NIGHTWING #48 ‘Harm’s Way’ Part 1

This week sees the release of NIGHTWING #48, the start of a new high-octane and action-packed motorcycle race driven arc called 'Harm's Way'. Series...
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