I always enjoy the fact that several people have thought the Scarlet Speedster was too powerful, so he was killed a few decades back. Yet today’s Flash comics are some of the very best stories featuring the character I’ve ever read.
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When the new Suicide Squad launches on December 18th, be ready for a mix of old and new characters. DC Comics has released character sketches of the team from series artist Bruno Redondo.
In 1986, the combination of Frank Miller and Batman was a game-changer. But just a few years earlier, he did his FIRST work on the Dark Knight… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of DC Special Series #21 awaits!
Mister Freeze has been one of those low-level baddies that Batman would face from time to time. He was just a cold-hearted villain, but he didn’t amount to much… that was, at least, until Batman: The Animated Series. Wow, did he get an excellent fleshing out by Paul Dini!
Now Mr. Freeze is one of the characters I’m most interested in, particularly when he shows up in Detective Comics #1015 from DC Comics. The current storyline is very engaging, and I love what’s going on with him.
The moment you’ve been waiting for is finally ready to drop in Superman #18 from DC Comics, and today we have a look at the big press release that takes place in the issue.
DC Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in February 2020.
In the furthest reaches in space, on an unknown planet, a delicate balance between three races is threatened, and only a rookie Green Lantern can hold it together. Your Major Spoilers review of Far Sector #1 from DC Comics awaits!
Far Sector #1 landed in stores this week, but DC is taking us into the future with this first look at Far Sector #2 from N.K. Jemisin and Jamal Campbell.
DC Comics has released a first look at Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed from Laurie Halse Anderson and Leila del Duca.
DC Comics has released a first look at Wonder Woman: Dead Earth #1 by Daniel Warren Johnson, Matt Spicer, and Rus Wooton.
We are just about to hit a major milestone for the Flash character as the series approaches issue #750, and the hero celebrates 80 years (Jay, Barry, Wally, etc.) in the pages of DC Comics. Today, the publisher announces Josh Williamson and a number of other scribes will take on the writing duties for the milestone issue.
He’s the King of the Seas and he just doesn’t get the respect he deserves. That’s about to change, friends… Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Aquamans!
It’s the return of Dorothy Spinner… or maybe not? Your Major Spoilers review of Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds #5 awaits!