Pikachu talks! Grant Morrison takes on Green Lantern #1, Rodrigo likes J.T. Krul, Marvel Knights happened… and… Hey, Kids Comics! Plus, some thoughts on Stan Lee.
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The Silver Age brought new incarnations for many of DC’s Golden Age heroes, but none went through as big a change as Hawkman!
Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of The Brave and The Bold #34 awaits!
What’s happening in Riverdale now that the Joker is running wild? Find out in this sneak peek of Archie Meets Batman ’66 #5 from Archie Comics.
DC announced that some of its most legendary stories will now be a part of the DC Black Label imprint. The recently launched publishing line, dedicated to giving premier writers and artists the ability to tell unique, standalone stories set outside DC continuity, will release several iconic comic book collections featuring the most famous DC heroes from the archives beginning this December through the end of 2019.
We’ve seen the Legion as adults, but what would happen if they were all turned into babies… again…?
When there are threats that the white capes aren’t able, or willing, to put down with finality the government sends in the Suicide Squad. When those threats are of a mystical nature, they go deeper, into the black. Find out more in Suicide Squad Black Files #1 from DC Comics.
Despite the fact the Green Arrow is grieving the loss of his partner, Oliver Queen is still on the most wanted list of The Citizen. But Oliver is in no mood to play, and when The Citizen ups the game, Green Arrow has to be on target to stop him, or die trying. It all goes down in Green Arrow #46 from DC Comics.
The Curandera at the herb store knows something about what’s going on, and offers to train the young people in the ways of Brujeria. But as fear leads to hate, and hate rises in Devil’s Fork, what is happening to Blake?
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Things get weird… by not being so weird? Your Major Spoilers review of Doom Patrol #12 awaits!
I guess you’ve truly arrived when you get your very own day! Well, this Saturday, November 10th, has been proclaimed as Hawkman Day! It will be the Winged Avenger’s 79th birthday!
A secret coven of witches fighting a secret society of male power players for domination. Reborn time after time, what happens when it looks like the men finally find a way to win? Find out in Hex Wives from DC Comics.
This is it, the stunning conclusion to The Witching Hour storyline… so why is this a number one issue? Magic is broken and only Stephen and Matthew can pick up the pieces and make sense of Justice League Dark and Wonder Woman: The Witching Hour #1.