DC Comics has released a first look at some of the interior pages for the upcoming Wonder Woman #750, that features the story and artwork from what seems like thousands of writers and artists.
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What happened to The United States? One team aims to find out, but they are not prepared for the answer. Your Major Spoilers review of Undiscovered Country #1 from Image Comics can be found, after the jump.
DC Comics just released Justice League #34, and today we have a preview of Justice League #35 that continues the Year of the Villain event.
Lex Luthor is doing something he hasn’t ever done before. He’s winning. Your Major Spoilers review of Justice League #31 awaits!
It’s Batman versus… Batman? How can you defeat a foe who knows your every thought? Your Major Spoilers review of The Batman Who Laughs #7 awaits!
Announced yesterday at the San Diego Comic Con, Image Comics is bringing fans Undiscovered Country from Scott Snyder, Charles Soule, and Giuseppe Camuncoli. The new ongoing series will launch in November 2019.
DC Comics has announced that it is not done with the Dark Multiverse with a new series of one-shots from some of the publisher’s top writers.
Image Comics released this teaser image yesterday for a new adventure series, with the promise that more will be revealed at the San Diego Comic Con.
As Batman grapples with the toxin that is slowly consuming him, Jim Gordon battles The Grim Knight while his psychopathic son grapples with his own worse impulses. The people of Gotham dangle by a thread and along with it, the fate of the multiverse’s last Batman. Can they survive, or will The Batman Who Laughs have the last laugh?! Find out in our stunning Major Spoilers review!
It’s just magic every time Greg Capullo and Scott Snyder work together. I have no idea what’s going on, but Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1 is a gripping tale from page to page.
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!
A rip-roaring ride through what might have been, this one shot charts the rise of the Grim Knight, Batman’s darkest avatar!
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.