How did Rorschach get close enough to nearly assassinate a political candidate? And did he have help? Your Major Spoilers review of Rorschach #5 from DC Comics awaits!
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A preview so secret we can’t even tell you what is going on in the pages of today’s Sweet Tooth: The Return #4 from DC Comics. You’ll just have to take the jump to find out for yourself.
Mal Duncan and Karen Beecher have shared a lot of adventures, but they don’t always agree on how they all went down. Your Major Spoilers review of The Other History of the DC Universe #2 from DC Comics awaits!
Who is The Kid? And why are she and Rorschach dead? Your Major Spoilers review of Rorschach #4 from DC Comics Black Label awaits!
American Vampire 1976 #4 drops today, and we have a sneak peek of the Scott Snyder, Rafael Albuquerque issue from DC Comics, after the jump.
They say never make a deal with the fey for a reason… Your Major Spoilers review of The Dreaming: Waking Hours #6 from DC Black Label awaits!
DC Comics has released a sneak peek of Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #1. The issue arrives in stores today.
New comic on stands this week, Black Label on cover. Major Spoilers review of Rorschach #1 from DC Comics awaits. Hurm.
It’s a match made in heaven: John Constantine and DC Black Label. Your Major Spoilers review of Hellblazer: Rise and Fall #1 from DC Comics awaits!
When people say that Batman is the opposite number to The Joker, they aren’t kidding… as this one-shot follow-up to Joker: Killer Smile shows! Take the jump for our review of Batman: The Smile Killer #1 from DC Comics.
DC Comics has announced the September release of The Last God: Songs of Lost Children, a one-shot from Dan Watters and Steve Beach.
An intruder with a gun. A desperate woman with an axe… Your Major Spoilers review of Basketful of Heads #2 awaits!
It’s just magic every time Greg Capullo and Scott Snyder work together. I have no idea what’s going on, but Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1 is a gripping tale from page to page.
If you were wondering what had happened to DC’s Black Label line, fear not, as the publisher has announced the July release of Sean Murphy’s Batman: Curse of the White Knight.