Rub some sunscreen on your circuits, because DC’s favorite cyborgs are hitting the beach in DC Cybernetic Summer.
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Grab your wands and throw on your house colors, because it’s time for another installment of “So You Want To Read Comics”. If you’re not familiar already, this is a weekly feature where we recommend a couple of comic books for newcomers based on their interests. This week, we’re offering up suggestions right to you dear Harry Potter fan.
Wonder Woman puts herself on the line to save Warmaster from an ancient power in Wonder Woman #758 from DC Comics.
This October, be on the lookout for Commanders in Crisis, a new ongoing series from Steve Orlando and Davide Tinto, which promises to be a superhero story unlike anything we’ve seen before.
It’s Tuesday, which means it is time for a new Batman: Gotham Nights from DC Comics. Take the jump for a sneak peek of Batman: Gotham Nights #11 that is available as a digital-first, today.
Here is a preview of today’s Batman: Gotham Nights #8, a digital-first issue from DC Comics.
Today, DC Comics releases Aquaman: Deep Dives #6 digitally, and we have a peek at the issue, just for you.
Here is your look at today’s Aquaman: Deep Dives #5, the digital release from DC Comics.
Wonder Woman #755 kicks off a new arc this week, and you can check out this sneak peek of the issue from DC Comics.
Here is a look at this week’s Aquaman: Deep Dives #3 from DC Comics’ digital-first release.
Wonder Woman’s struggle against Valda heats up in Wonder Woman #752! Take the jump for a sneak peek of what is coming your way this Wednesday from DC Comics.
DC Comics sent Major Spoilers an early preview of Wonder Woman #752, which includes a variant cover by Jenny Frison.
It’s a big anniversary for the Amazing Amazon and another new beginning for DC! Your Major Spoilers review of Wonder Woman #750 from DC Comics awaits!
S.H.A.D.E. is no more and Frankenstein is striking out to take care of some unfinished business. He is in Gotham’s Monster Town to eliminate his mentor, Melmoth, but it seems like he may need some backup. Find out more in GOTHAM CITY MONSTERS #1 from DC Comics!