Mister Thunderbolt’s nefarious plan gives superpowers to thousands of people in Metropolis comes to fruition. What could possibly go wrong? And is anyone equipped to deal with this craziness? Find out in Dial H for Hero #6!
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Miguel and Summer make it into the Old Justice League Headquarters where the spirit of Mr. Thunderbolt attacks! Find out what happens next when they Dial H for Hero #4!
Miguel and Summer are on the run after the H-Dial! Will they find it in time? And who will be doing the dialing? Find out in Dial H for Hero #3!
The battle to possess the H-Dial continues, but will Miguel come out on top? Your Major Spoilers review of Dial H For Hero #2 awaits!
A beloved Silver Age comic concept gets a modern reboot, but will it live up to the history? Your Major Spoilers review of Dial H For Hero #1 awaits!
What cabal will Nina choose, and what really happened to her in the earthquake ten years ago?
Betrayed by the people she loves most in the world, Nina is on her own with uncontrolled magical powers, caught between two major Cabals. Can she navigate her way between them?
After another Paragon attacks Nina, and she and Clint fend her off, he finally shares a little information and agrees to help her find her sister. What obstacles now lie in their path?
On December 5th, comiXology Originals will debut an exciting Special Edition of Goliath Girls issue #1 featuring never-before-seen process art, character development, script pages, and more from writer Sam Humphries and artist Alti Firmansyah. Goliath Girls continues with the all-new issue #2 debuting on the same day in both English and Japanese.
Nina Rodriguez has devoted her life to her conviction that Paragons exist. Now her sister has been taken, she has found Paragons, and no one believes her – what can she do next?
An old hero returns, and it’s all Harley’s fault. After all, she broke the continuity of the universe. Your Major Spoilers review of Harley Quinn #51 awaits!
Yesterday, at the New York Comic Con, Brian Michael Bendis took the stage during DC’s Meet the Publishers panel to announce the first details of his Wonder Comics curated line of teen-focused, in-continuity comic books that will arrive in early 2019.
Venom is in theaters and in our thoughts this week, as we take a look at Spider-Man: Birth of Venom. Plus, Kathleen Kennedy is in the news, and we review Heroes in Crisis #1, The Terrifics #8, Artifact One #1, and Blackbird #1. Plus, what the heck is an A-Team?