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PRESS RELEASE:  Death waits for no man—not even a Superman.

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Dark Horse Comics’ newest miniseries begins today, weaving the strange tale of the Winchester House. Blending gothic horror with a pulpy Old West feel, Major Spoilers reviews House of Penance #1.

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DC Entertainment will release the full solicitations for May 2016 on Tuesday, but right now, take the jump for a look at the eight issues that will make up the “Super League.”

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IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! #NCBD The best day of the week just got a lot better with a new round of awesome comics arriving in stores this week. Staff members at Major Spoilers are here to help you with your comic book selection this week, with their roundup of comics they recommend.

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FeaturedMajor SpoilersStaff Picks

IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! #NCBD The best day of the week just got a lot better with a new round of awesome comics arriving in stores this week. Staff members at Major Spoilers are here to help you with your comic book selection this week, with their roundup of comics they recommend.

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It’s appropriate that I’m reviewing this concluding bookend to the end of the “Robin Rises” event for DC Comics. After all, I did review the first comic in this, which was called Robin Rises: Omega. From an end comes a new beginning. It’s appropriate that I’m reviewing this concluding bookend to the end of the “Robin Rises” event for DC Comics. After all, I did review the first comic in this, which was called Robin Rises: Omega. From an end comes a new beginning. If you read my Comics Portal column this week, you’ll know that I feel Batman needs

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A lot of folks in the comics industry wonder if video games are still likely to wipe out comics in our lifetime. Well, one way to meet this head-on is to create comics that tie in to popular games, like the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight prequel.

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Batman and Robin #36 has Batman tearing apart Apokalips in search of Damian and three other Robins are also present to help their patriarch out. Batman and Robin #36 has Batman tearing apart Apokalips in search of Damian and three other Robins are also present to help their patriarch out. BATMAN AND ROBIN #36 Writer: Peter J. Tomasi Artist: Patrick Gleason Inker: Mick Gray Colourist: John Kalisz Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual Editor: Rachel Gluckstern Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price $3.99 Previously in Batman and Robin #35: “Robin Rises” continues! Batman begins his trek on Apokolips to recover his son’s body.

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Batman, Robin, Peter J. Tomasi, Robin Rises, Damian Wayne, Bruce Wayne, Andy Kubert, DC Comics, Darkseid, Jerry Bingham, Son of the Demon, Ra’s al Ghul, Glorious Godfrey
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On Monday, my next Comics Portal column will deal with recently announced changes in Marvel that will be reversed eventually, but today’s review has to do with one that’s been taking place at DC.

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Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Peter J. Tomasi, Light Brigade, Batman, Robin, Dark Horse, DC Comics, The Mighty,
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One of my very favorite writers in comics today is Peter J. Tomasi, probably best known for his work on DC’s Batman and Robin, the Green Lantern family of books and The Mighty. However, the first story of his I ever read was The Light Brigade, which was recently reprinted in a deluxe hardcover edition with additional content from Dark Horse. It’s a gripping story of war and events of biblical proportions! Peter talks with me about how the book came to be, how he feels seeing this product getting new life and a new audience as well as what

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Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke, Batman, Robin, Damian Wayne, Dick Grayson, Bruce Wayne, Nightwing
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When Damian first appeared, I literally loathed the character. He was arrogant and oh so different from any Robin that ever stood by Batman’s side. If there had been a vote as to whether he should live or die (as with Jason Todd), I would have voted multiple times for him to kick the bucket! Now, I hope he’ll be back at some point.

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Detective Comics is 900 issues old – it’s just too bad DC rebooted the universe and we have to review Detective Comics Volume 2 issue #27.

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Batman, Batman and, Batman: Eternal, Patrick Gleason, Peter J. Tomasi, DC Comics, Robin, Two-Face, Erin McKillen
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It’s double trouble as Batman investigates Harvey Dent’s past to try to find him in the present—but is he ready to face the dark truth behind Two-Face’s origin?

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Or – “The Horror Of A Grieving Parent…” Having just completed the birthday party for my now-nine-year-old, I can’t even imagine what Bruce Wayne is going through having lost one of his ever-growing bat-brood.  Even in a world where resurrection is a possibility, death can still be meaningful, but is this the issue that proves that truism?  Your Major Spoilers review awaits!

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