With DC’s Robin title cancelled and Jonathan Kent no longer the main focus of Superman, are younger lead characters no longer popular with fans?
Batman’s really out of his element on several levels as he takes on his own son Robin and DC’s supernatural realm!
Dark Horse Comics sent us the cover for the upcoming Assassin’s Apprentice #2 by Jody Houser, Robin Hobb, and Ryan Kelly.
Of course, Marvel will be celebrating Stan Lee’s centennial birthday! But even DC will get in on the fun!
Arkham is empty and villains flood the streets, and now The Dark Knight has to change his tactics! Your Major Spoilers review of Batman: Knightwatch #1 from DC Comics awaits!
Batman: Dear Detective #1 is a book that is almost entirely made up of covers! Was that a good idea?
Here is your first look at Robin #17 from DC Comics.
In September, DC Comics releases Batman vs. Robin which spins out of the events of World’s Finest and Shadow War. We were able to get our hands on a sneak peek of the issue for you to check out right now!
Robin’s investigation into Lazarus Island is put on hold as Lord Death Man strikes. LORD DEATH MAN!? That’s right, Dear Spoilerite, Lord. Death.Man. Take the jump for a sneak peek of the action in Robin #16 from DC Comics.
Robin #15 is full of shocking revelations, and you can find out what is going on in this sneak peek from DC Comics.
The identity of the false Deathstroke is revealed and the Shadow War heats up for real. Your Major Spoilers review of Robin #14 from DC Comics awaits!
Batman Inc. versus the League of Shadows versus the Secret Society! Deathstroke versus Talia… That’s a lot of fighting going on in this Robin #14 from DC Comics.
The HBO Max animated series Young Justice is “targeting” comics once again!
Can Robin and Ravager convince Deathstroke and Respawn to turn themselves in? Find out in Robin #13 from DC Comics.