Poor Dick Grayson has REALLY been hit hard recently, what with a bullet hitting his brain and basically removing many of his memories. He’s moved out of Gotham City to Bludhaven, and he’s Ric now, someone who never seems to be able to avoid his true past.
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Were you there the day that Superman died? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Superman #75 awaits!
The Titans are fighting against the Fearsome Five to prevent them from setting off a bomb! Will the Titans get to the bomb in time? FInd out in the Major Spoilers Review of Titans: Burnage Rage #3 by DC Comics!
The Year of The Villain hits Blüdhaven! Can Ric Grayson stem the tide? Your Major Spoilers review of Nightwing #64 awaits!
Now Marvel is bringing back the original Alpha Flight team, and the creative team is from Canada!
One Nightwing was good… FIVE Nigthwings are better! Your Major Spoilers review of Nightwing #60 awaits!
These days, everyone knows about Michael Carter’s unusual origins, but back in ’86, we were all just in love with the collar. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Booster Gold #1 awaits!
It took a long time before the Batman Beyond series actually featured the return of the Joker (hence the movie’s name), but it was well worth it. Batman Beyond #26 has brought Joker back again, and it’s a fascinating read!
While the Green Lanterns continue their fight against Eon and the Ravagers in Sector Zero, Hank Henshaw, aka Cyborg Superman, has taken the battle to Earth and Coast City! Can Hal Jordan stop history from repeating itself or will Coast City once again become a crater? Let’s find out in Green Lanterns #57 from DC Comics.
It’s Episode 341 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week we continue our series of episodes featuring interviews from this year’s San Diego Comic Con, which took place from July 19 through the 22nd!
The Man Of Steel is ready to fight the never-ending fight, but who is his unexpected foe?
In the DC Universe, where there’s time-travel, there’s Booster Gold. But will even that save…
I often discuss the “renumbering conundrum,” when comics companies change the numbers of the issues…