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Review: SUPERMAN: UP IN THE SKY #1 Has a New Take on the Man of Steel

Superman: Up in the Sky #1 is the first part of a six issue miniseries, which was originally printed in the Superman Giant series...

Exclusive No More: DC’s Walmart Series Coming To Comic Stores

The DC Comics-Walmart partnership saga has certainly had its share of plot developments already, and here's some further information: starting in July, the new...

Dan DiDio On DC’s Walmart Exclusive Comics

In light of recent rumors suggesting that the Walmart-exclusive line of DC Comics 100-Page Giants could be nearing its end, Co-Publisher Dan Didio took...

Review: Bendis And Derington’s BATMAN Is A Classic Detective Story

Batman Giant #3 is in Walmarts this weekend, featuring the debut of Brian Michael Bendis and Nick Derington's 12-part story. After attempting to foil a...


The folks at DC have a special treat for you kids this Halloween. The publisher announced an expansion to their line of 100-page, Walmart-exclusive...

BATMAN #50 Aftermath – Where’s My Honeymoon?

It’s been more than a week since BATMAN #50, written by Tom King was spoiled days before its release. A New York Times article released...

Comic Book Retailers React To The DC Comics / Walmart Exclusive Partnership

Last Friday, DC Comics announced an exclusive partnership with Walmart, the publisher will begin selling “100-page giant comics” at Walmart starting July 1.

DC Comics: Walmart To Sell Exclusive “100-Page Giants” Starting July 1

"Available for $4.99, each 100-page anthology features all-new stories written exclusively for these books by some of DC’s top creative talents," reads the official press release. "Each title will also include additional story arcs drawn from fan-favorite DC eras such as the New 52, Rebirth and the New Age of DC Heroes."

Brian Michael Bendis To Write BATMAN In September, Tom King To Write SUPERMAN

Writer Brian Michael Bendis will begin a 12-part Batman story in September, while Tom King will begin a 12-part Superman story the same month.