Power Girl pits her new psychic powers against the menace known as Johnny Sorrow, but is it too late to save her family and friends? Your Major Spoilers review of Power Girl Special #1 from DC Comics awaits!
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Manta’s link to Atlantis is revealed in this week’s Black Manta #3 from DC Comics.
With the city of Metropolis in the hands of Brain Cells and his cousin out of commission, it’s up to Jonathan Kent to finally earn his father’s mantle. Your Major Spoilers review of Future State: Superman of Metropolis #2 awaits!
With threats coming from all sides as well as within, Superman must make a drastic decision to save his beloved city. Your Major Spoilers review of Future State: Superman of Metropolis #1, awaits!
Wonder Woman turns 80 years old this year, and DC Comics is kicking off the celebration with an all-new digital-first series that is available now.
Opal Fortress already? Is Amethyst nearing the end of her quest, or does Dark Opal have another trick or two hidden up his sleeve? Find out in Amethyst #4 from DC Comics!
DC Comics has released a preview of this week’s World’s Finest: Batwoman and Supergirl #2 that arrives as a digital first, today.
The story opens with Jenner Faulds down and bleeding. What happened? How did she get there? What is going on here? Find out in Fairlady #5!
Jenner Faulds takes the cases nobody else wants. Who is the man in the cat mask, and why is he willing to pay her so much? Find out in Fairlady #4!
Dark Horse Comics has announced the return of Spell on Wheels by Kate Leth, Megan Levens, Marissa Louise, and letterer Rachel Deering.
Here is your first look at this week’s Invasion from Wrestletopia #3 from Starburns Industries.
A stubborn wife insists that her husband is not dead, and certainly not by dragon breath. Jenner Faulds is on the case in Fairlady #2 from Image Comics.
Jenner Faulds is the world’s only Fairlady – an ex-military licensed investigator in a high fantasy world. What mysteries await her? Let’s find out in our review of Fairlady #1 from Image Comics.
Breaking into comics is hard, and some publishers set up programs to help them uncover new talent. DC Comics, publisher of some of the greatest superheroes in the world, has such a program, and once a year they give space to the creators of tomorrow who made it.