Joshua Williamson is going out on The Flash with a bang, throwing everything plus the kitchen sink at fans to wrap up his stellar stint in The Flash #758 from DC Comics.
DC Comics has released a preview of today’s Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #9.
It is Wonder Woman Wednesday, which means we have a sneak peek of Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #6, the digital-first issue that is available right now!
Batman: Gotham Nights #9 drops on ComiXology today, and we have a preview of the digital-first issue, after the jump.
Another new release today from DC Comics as the publisher drops Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #5 on comiXology. We have a sneak peek of the issue, just for you (but not you).
DC Comics released a preview of Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #4, the digital comic is available today.
DC Comics sent us a few pages from this week’s digital-first issue of Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #3 that you can check out, after the jump.
Another day, another digital-first from DC Comics as we share this sneak peek of Aquaman: Deep Dives #2.
Today, DC Comics has released Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #2 for digital comic book fans. Take the jump for a preview of the issue.
DC kicks off it’s Digital First effort with a classic Odd Couple situation as Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn team up to take on a shady real estate tycoon. Your Major Spoilers review of Wonder Woman: Agent of Peace #1, awaits!
It is time for the Doomie awards hosted by the great Harley Quinn! With great categories like Most Obsessed Villain and Best Justification for Evil; it is sure to be a blast. Come check out Harley Quinn’s Villain of the Year by DC Comics!
Who is the greatest villain in the DC Universe? We’re going to find out in Harley Quinn: Villain of the Year #1 from Mark Russell and Mike Norton. We have a first look at the issue that includes a nod to the classic Lex Luthor stealing 40 cakes (that’s as many as four tens).
One of the best ways to get to know a character is to see his or her “dark side,” as it were. Explore the things the “real” person would NEVER do. And that’s what The Infected: King Shazam #1 from DC Comics is all about.