The effects of Heroes In Crisis are felt in Gotham, and the two greatest detectives in the DCU put their heads together. Your Major Spoilers review of Batman #64 awaits!
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FLASH! AHA! He’ll save… no wait… this is that other Flash, where there can be only one.
Barry and Iris continue their quest to locate all of the forces, this time with…
Spinning out of the events of Justice League: No Justice, three heroes are called by a mysterious voice to a quarantined sector of space. What is the voice’s origins, and why have these particular heroes been called? We will find out some of these answers on September 26 with Justice League Odyssey #1 from DC Comics.
Once again, Barry Allen has broken the universe. Can even FIFTY-TWO Flashes help him put it all back together? Your Major Spoilers review of The Flash #52 awaits!
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An extra-sized anniversary issue with Barry Allen and company came out this week, and it was chock full of battles, discussions, and surprises! Time to review Flash #50 from DC Comics.
Some of the greatest heroes and most terrible villains of Earth have been assembled to fight off the cosmic threat of The Omega Titans. Your Major Spoilers review of Justice League: No Justice #2 awaits!
No, it’s not that movie about The Bed That Eats. The story of Antonio Luna’s life is even weirder than that… Your Major Spoilers review of Deathbed #4 awaits!
Staff members at Major Spoilers are here to help you with your comic book selection this week, with their roundup of comics they recommend.
A big event happened in this week’s comics, and it didn’t get nearly the attention…
[Solicitations] Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV, and Joshua Williamson join forces for Justice League: No Justice
At the conclusion of writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo’s DARK NIGHTS: METAL (issue #6 on sale March 14), the bestselling BATMAN talent team will shake the DC Universe to its deepest foundations and do something that even the most passionate fans will characterize as unimaginable and utterly audacious.
I’ve been reading a lot of speculation recently that Disney is going to stop production of Marvel’s comics for a variety of reasons.
That’s not going to happen. Let me tell you why.