His greatest enemy is dead, but how and why? Batman attempts to locate the murder with some unconventional “help” from man of magic, John Constantine. But the truth which is uncovered may not be the truth he is looking for, and Batman is damned if he knows where the hunt will lead. Batman: Damned #1 from DC Comics is on sale September 19th, 2018, under the DC Black Label imprint.
For a long time, I’ve been saying that a theater showing a comics-related movie ought to at least have a local comics shop selling titles with that character or those characters in it! After all, people who came to see a film with that person or persons is, at the very least, somewhat interested in them! Why not try to get them more about that comics-related person or team? Some shops did that for a while, but that practice faded away some years ago. Well, it’s coming back in a slightly different mode, at least for one movie!
Tom Taylor is one of the luckiest guys in the comics industry. He has developed his own version of the DC Universe, and he’s done a lot of amazing things with it!
Of course, this comic is based on the Injustice video game, which he also scripted, and it’s just terrific fun!
IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! #NCBD The best day of the week just got a lot better with a new round of awesome comics arriving in stores this week. Staff members at Major Spoilers are here to help you with your comic book selection this week, with their roundup of comics they recommend.
Since it’s the fifth week of the month, DC again continued its practice of releasing some crossovers between their own characters and those from the Warner Bros. cartoons.
Given Harley Quinn’s recent popularity, I thought it would be fun to review her meet-up with Gossamer, that big, red, hairy monster! As always, there are two tales in this issue—one similar to DC’s style of storytelling, and the second more like the cartoons.
Following on the heels of the very successful celebration of Action Comics #1000, DC is planning to celebrate the Dark Knight’s 80th year with a year-long event including the release of Detective Comics #1000!
As a fan of Batman, I have to say that I’m really looking forward to it!
I have this thing about winged or caped characters. Something about them and their ability to soar above the rest of us just appeals to me. So when I got into comics back in those long-ago days of my youth, I became a huge fan of Hawkman. He’s one of those great heroes that I can’t get enough of. Then imagine my delight to be reading the newest Hawkman series, and to find that it is excellent! More than that, they’re just getting revved up!
It’s hard to believe, but this year’s San Diego Comic Con has already concluded! It was a fun one, with lots and lots of news in the industry as well as related TV shows and movies. MajorSpoilers again led the pack with SDCC news and coverage!
DC Entertainment announces next wave of young adult and middle grade graphic novels for DC Ink and DC Zoom
DC Entertainment announced today during a press breakfast at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2018 (SDCC) the next wave of titles, authors and artists for the publisher’s upcoming young reader imprints, DC Ink and DC Zoom.
The fun from the funky sixties gets turned up a notch as those groovy kids from Riverdale finally meet up with Batman and his young sidekicks Robin and Batgirl! So settle into your favorite Bat-chair with a chocolate malted and let’s see how it starts in Archie Meets Batman ’66 #1 from Archie Comics and DC Comics!