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.
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.
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.
From DC Comics, DCeased brings together Australia’s own Tom Taylor, with penciller Trevor Hairsine, inker Stefano Gaudiano and colorist Rain Beredo for a zombie spectacle with a twist to rival Marvel’s entry to the genre.
In a recent question posed by Twitter account, Victims and Villains, Tom King has revealed an interesting annecdote about the Rorschach comic book continuity and how it takes place in the same timeline as the Watchmen TV Show.