Aquaman answers the Call of the Oceans Aquaman answers the call when he learns of a disruption in the Black […]
DC Comics continues its daily digital comic book releases with Batman: Gotham Nights #2.
DC Comics Tuesday Makes A Comeback! DC Comics Tuesday continues with a bang in May as DC Comics announced the […]
Batman gets closer to understanding the enormity of the Designer’s plans in Batman #89.
The follow-up to Tom Taylor’s hit apocalypse story DCeased continues with DCeased Unkillables #1, the first installment of a three-issue miniseries. This is the unforgettable continuation to that story and what remains of the people who were left behind on earth amid the undead apocalypse.
Cassandra Cain goes on a quest to find out who she is outside of her father’s nefarious influence in Shadow of the Batgirl from all-star writer Sarah Kuhn with art by Nicole Goux.
DC Collectibles ups the ante with the latest couples statue to grace the DC Designer Series. February 2020’s release featuring Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy is not only visually stunning, but it marks an important moment with its depiction of the line’s first same-sex couple.
The plot thickens in Batman #88 as Catwoman seemingly plays double agent while Batman works to capture Deathstroke (again) after the Black Block is compromised.
We can’t talk about Detective Comics Annual #3 without talking about the art from Sumit Kumar and Eduardo Risso. Both do a phenomenal job capturing Bruce Wayne and Batman, but it’s their work with Alfred that really ignites this story.
The highlight of Superman #19 is seeing how Clark’s colleagues respond to his big news. Over the years, he has saved so many of them and they finally get a chance to thank him. Bendis gives Jimmy some really fun one-liners. It would be nice to have more reaction given the magnitude of this event.