The Dark Knight is as hot as molten lava right now, and DC’s taking advantage of that by telling all kinds of stories with him. They’re even returning to black and white, a format they’ve used successfully in years past.
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The company is now embarking in something of a “second wave” of comics, and this one deals with a subject many of us into comic books have experienced: Bullying. Take the jump for our review of Planet of the Nerds #1.
Every once in a while I encounter a comics company I’ve never heaters of, and that makes me curious about them and their books.
Well, at the recent Baltimore Comic-Con I came across the latest of these groups, and that was AHOY Comics.
Following on the heels of the very successful celebration of Action Comics #1000, DC is planning to celebrate the Dark Knight’s 80th year with a year-long event including the release of Detective Comics #1000!
As a fan of Batman, I have to say that I’m really looking forward to it!
Changes are in store for the Dark Knight, and the current issue of Batman brings one of those to light! Time to review Batman #53 from DC Comics!
As previously mentioned here in an article and here in another piece at MajorSpoilers.com, Superman’s red trunks are coming back! It will take place in Action Comics #1000.
However, as you can see by the reactions even to that latter article, not everyone is happy this is taking place.
Let me give my two cents on this subject!
Every once in a while, a month has a fifth week in it. March was just such a month! What’s a comics company to do when you’re set up on a four-week per month schedule?
What’s the most important part of a comic? The art or the script (story)?
Of course, I knew going in that Tom King’s Batman would be very different from…
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DC Comics has released this sneak peek of DKIII: The Master Race #6 from Frank…
Long before Warner Bros. made a full length animated movie about the Dark Knight Returns,…
Major Spoilers reviews ROM #2 from IDW Publishing, and written by Chris Ryall, Christos Gage with art by David Messina.