As Superman falters, Superboy must become the hero he is destined to be. Your Major Spoilers review of Action Comics #1029 from DC Comics awaits!
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Action Comics #1029 is available in stores today, and we have a sneak peek of the issue from DC Comics, after the jump.
Superman #29 kicks off a two-part Superman story that concludes in Action Comics #1029, and takes us from the Future State back to the present in this sneak peek from DC Comics.
In March 2021, Superman and Action Comics gets a new creative team in the form of Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Phil Hester, in a two-part story that spans both titles.
The Endless Winter event continues this week in Superman: Endless Winter Special #1 from DC Comics.
Devil’s Due Publishing sent Major Spoilers the solicitation information regarding The Encoded a new series debuting in December.
Here is your preview of Titans: Titans Together #4, the digital first issue that is available from DC Comics today.
The great thing about DC’s Digital First line is that, even during a week when there is no new content from the company in local shops, there’s still good reading online! That’s the case with Titans: Titans Together #2, titled, “Bride of Blood.”
Here is your sneak peek of Titans: Titans Together #2, the digital-first issue that arrives today.
Take the jump for a look at Titans: Titans Together #1, the digital-first issue from DC Comics that is available today.
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!
Events begin to ripen in Family Tree #3 from Image Comics as Megan’s transformation continues. A journey to New York with her grandfather, brother and mother reveals to Megan the fate of her long departed father, and uncovers a conspiracy to destroy all those being transformed. Will Megan survive? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
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.
On one day in March 1997, the world came to an end. Not with a bang, though there was later plenty of noise. But with a whimper. When cashier Loretta discovers her daughter Meg has developed a strange and troubling rash, she puts it to one side to deal with her son Josh’s issues at school. Only when Meg’s rash develops into something far, far worse, does Lorretta feel her world begin to turn upside down. As the world around them begins to fall apart, can Loretta save herself and her family from what comes next? Find out in your Major Spoilers review of Family Tree #1 from Image Comics.