When I opened my copy of the new Shazam comic a week or so ago, I was almost punched in the face by a double-page spread promoting the new Aquaman movie, directed by James Wan. I had already seen the movie by then at an early screening, but I still took my time with the […]
The Nightwing you know is gone. Dead– not in the way that you’d expect, but dead all the same. In his place stands Ric Grayson, a man who has lost much of who he was in both acumen and memory. In his place stands a new type of hero, but a hero all the same. […]
What was DC trying to pull with the Batman/Catwoman wedding? We’ve got an answer, but you might not like it.
All of DC’s bi-weekly books are getting a price bump to $3.99
In June 2016, DC Comics kicked off the start of its Rebirth initiative. After a wave of criticism surrounding the way they have treated their characters’ rich histories since 2011’s New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to rebrand. They hope that by restoring their characters’ pasts, they will restore readers’ faith in them as well. […]
Peace between the land and the sea may seem like a distant fantasy in the current run of Aquaman comics, but in Aquaman Annual #1, it’s already a reality. Set in the distant future, Aquaman and Mera reign over a utopic city that supports the lives of both land and sea denizens. But there’s a secret or two […]
Kyle takes a look at the newest issue of the excellent Justice League of America and the debut of The Demon: Hell is Earth
For reasons both good and bad, the release of DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 is going to turn heads. And we’re here to tell you why.
In the wake of Batman Beyond‘s previous arc, Bruce’s old traumatic spinal injury has come back to haunt him. As the elder Batman recovers, the new generation of Bat, Terry McGinnis, decides to move into Wayne Manor to help his mentor. But as he aids Bruce and gives his batsuit an upgrade, an old foe comes […]
Louie Hlad reviews this week’s DC Comics, including BOMBSHELLS: UNITED #6 and TRINITY #15.