Jim Zub and Max Dunbar take us to the world of Batman, monster hunter in Batman: Urban Legends #20 from DC Comics.
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Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Moon Knight: Black White and Blood #4, the final issue of the mini-series.
When Pariah and his forces of the Great Darkness laid waste to the most powerful superheroes of all time, all hope was lost…but the spirit of the Justice League can never truly die in this week’s Dark Crisis: Worlds Without a Justice League – Green Lantern #1 from DC Comics.
With Talia al Ghul back in town, anything can happen…and the mother of Robin is here to lay down the law in this week’s Detective Comics #1061 from DC Comics.
Batman has deployed one of his most powerful weapons in the hunt for the mysterious bomber plaguing Gotham City…but it’s not the Batmobile, the Batwing, or even the batarangs. What could it be? Find out in this week’s Detective Comics #1060 from DC Comics.
Banner of War continues in this sneak peek of Thor #25 from Marvel Comics.
The Shadow War is spreading across the DCU and this week’s Shadow War Zone #1 explores the impact of the war.
Edward Nygma has a riddle for us all: When is a criminal… NOT a criminal? Your Major Spoilers review of Detective Comics #1059 from DC Comics awaits!
Riddle me this…when is a criminal not a criminal? We are about to find out in this new story arc kicking off today in Detective Comics #1059 from DC Comics.
Marvel Comics sent us this sneak peek of X-Force Annual #1 to share with you – which we are, because we love you (but not you)…
The crime families of the city are in the sight of a killer. This means it’s up to Newburn to track them down before he becomes a victim himself. Your Major Spoilers review of Newburn #3 awaits!
A burned down building has the Triad searching for an arsonist, and nothing will stop Newburn from helping them find them. Your Major Spoilers review of Newburn #2, awaits!
Mad Cave Studios has released an early look at Grimm Tales From The Cave, a horror anthology series inspired by the original Grimm Fairy Tales.
Just in time for Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary, DC Comics proudly presents a new anthology series starring the Amazon Princess embellished in the the color of her famous lasso. Take the jump for a sneak peek of Wonder Woman: Black and Gold #1.