A groundbreaking new historical sci-fi series in Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston’s world of the Eisner Award–winning Black Hammer universe, about identity, survival, and the choices we make.
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In Skulldigger and Skeleton Boy #3 from Dark Horse Comics, the Crimson Fist returns as mayoral candidate Tex Reed, only to be attacked by Grimjim! Can the Skulldigger and his offsider Skeleton Boy thwart Grimhim’s dastardly plan? Find out in your Major Spoilers review!
The village comes under attack in Gideon Falls #21 from Image Comics. Reality comes under attack as well, as Clara finally rediscovers her brother Danny. Monsters from beyond the bounds of our reality begin to break through as the full horror of the Black Barn and the Laughing Man is unleashed in an orgy of violence, bloodshed and insanity. Who makes it out alive? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
Events begin to ripen in Family Tree #3 from Image Comics as Megan’s transformation continues. A journey to New York with her grandfather, brother and mother reveals to Megan the fate of her long departed father, and uncovers a conspiracy to destroy all those being transformed. Will Megan survive? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
A young orphan boy goes missing and the hand of Skulldigger is suspected! Skulldigger & Skeleton Boy #2 from Dark Horse Comics re-examines the Batman mythos from a dark dark place. While Detective Reyes struggles to find the boy and keep her relationship intact, archcriminal Grimjim escapes prison and turns the mayoral election upside down! Will Spiral City ever be the same? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
In April, Jeff Lemire and Tyler Crook are bringing us the next story from the world of Black Hammer in Colonel Weird: Cosmagog.
Sidekicks used to be all the rage. Originally, they were supposed to be someone younger readers could identify with. Robin was for the kids, they said. He also gave Batman someone to talk with when laying down plot points and all.
Does every masked character/vigilante who selects a sidekick do that child a favor? Or is he doing something to that kid they both would later regret?
That’s part of the story in Skull Digger and Skeleton Boy #1 from Dark Horse.
Vic Sage is waging his one man war against corruption and crime in Hub City. But can he survive being dragged into a web wider and more sinister than he’s ever seen? Your Major Spoilers review of The Question: The Deaths of Vic Sage #1 from DC Comics awaits.
Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino are taking on the Joker in a very different way. Today, we have a sneak peek of Joker: Killer Smile #2 that arrives on December 18, 2019.
The architect of the universe-switch is revealed! But will the Black Hammer crew WANT to go home? Your Major Spoilers review of Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer of Justice! #5 awaits!
On one day in March 1997, the world came to an end. Not with a bang, though there was later plenty of noise. But with a whimper. When cashier Loretta discovers her daughter Meg has developed a strange and troubling rash, she puts it to one side to deal with her son Josh’s issues at school. Only when Meg’s rash develops into something far, far worse, does Lorretta feel her world begin to turn upside down. As the world around them begins to fall apart, can Loretta save herself and her family from what comes next? Find out in your Major Spoilers review of Family Tree #1 from Image Comics.
It’s clobberin’ time as the Mongrel King finally comes face to face with the sorcerer and his men who killed his family and cruelly dominated his people. An ambush in the woods goes south in bloody fashion. Who will survive and how many limbs will remain attached? Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Berserker Unbound #7 from Dark Horse Comics.
In the year 1988, in the wake of an alien invasion, things are getting weird in the deserts of Arizona. Your Major Spoilers review of Inferior 5 #2 awaits!
DC has a new Question series headed our way in November, and today we have our first look at The Question: The Deaths of Vic Sage #1 from Jeff Lemire and Denys Cowan.