One team trapped, one team freed, but neither is happy about it. Your Major Spoilers review of Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer Of Justice #2 awaits!
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More dominos fall, more heroes are converted. But one of them changes everything… Your Major Spoilers review of DCeased #4 awaits!
It’s about to break loose, and all the DCU’s worst villains are ready to capitalize! Your Major Spoilers review of DC’s Year Of The Villain #1 awaits!
The Justice League is about to go where it has never gone before – The Black Hammer Universe! Dark Horse Comics and DC Comics have announced a crossover event that should be one your must pull list.
I appreciate that Justice League #19 takes some time to lighten up and have some playful moments, and I really enjoy those chapters of the story. This is one that could have gotten really kooky, but instead it let loose just enough to be fun and then drew it back to the big, serious plot.
The Crisis On Infinite Earths reconfigured the entire DC Universe and brought all the various characters together on one Earth. But… what then? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Legends #6 awaits!
If you aren’t familiar with the intergalactic villain group known as The Fatal Five, then you need to stop what you are doing right now and give a listen to our Legion Clubhouse podcast. Then, you will understand why the upcoming Justice League vs. The Fatal Five animated movie has captured our attention.
In the spectacular finale to “Drowned Earth,” the battle for Earth’s oceans – and Earth itself – reaches its climax, and it falls to Arthur Curry to make the ultimate sacrifice!
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I’ve speculated on how Mr. Bendis would do on writing Superman for DC in the past. Honestly, I wasn’t very sure how he’d handle one of the company’s biggest guns.
Well, if the fourth issue of Superman is any indication, I think the Man of Steel is in good hands.
Episode 350 is a special one, and it features my recent interview with high-power comics creator Robert Venditti, who discusses his current run on Hawkman from DC.
If you love variant covers (and who doesn’t? Bad people, that’s who. Very bad people), then you’re in double luck this morning as DC Comics has revealed two variant covers for the upcoming Justice League/Aquaman: Drowned Earth event.
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.
Tom Taylor is one of the luckiest guys in the comics industry. He has developed his own version of the DC Universe, and he’s done a lot of amazing things with it!
Of course, this comic is based on the Injustice video game, which he also scripted, and it’s just terrific fun!