We've already had one preview of Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo’s latest "Zero Year" issue, but this new one gives us a look at The Dark Knight's very first Batmobile in New 52 continuity..and it's definitely like none of Batman's rides we've seen previously!
Doomsday has somehow returned, and Wonder Woman feels his wrath in this first look at Charles Soule (Red Lanterns) and Tony S. Daniel's (Detective Comics) Superman/Wonder Woman #2. How will they stop the creature once and for all? Hit the jump to find out!
The Caped Crusader has dealt with The Red Hood, but his first year as Batman is about to get even more difficult as The Riddler plunges Gotham City into total darkness! Hit the jump for a first look at Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman #25.
The events of Forever Evil continue to be felt in the pages of Justice League of America as Martain Manhunter and Stargirl fight for survival in a world being run by The Crime Syndicate! Hit the jump for a first look at Matt Kindt and Doug Mahnke's issue #9.
In February these two titles will unite to tell a pivotal story for the Green Lantern corner of the DC Universe. Find out more details inside including which KRYPTONIAN will become a Red Lantern.
DC Comics is set to give two ladies the spotlight in their own one-shots this February. Within are an early look at solicits as well as cover art.
DC may have cancelled Chris Roberson and Michael Allred's iZOMBIE after only 28 issues, but the CW have now made this the latest comic book series (alongside Arrow, The Flash and Hourman) to be brought to the small screen. Read on for details!
We have been graced this week with some comics that very much deserve some high marks. Just how high did I score them? Find out within.
Geoff Johns and an all-star team of artists have brought us the first collection of stories involving this new super team. Did this new take on a classic concept prove successful? Read on to see what I thought.
Vertigo's adaptation of the Quentin Tarantino film starring Jamie Foxx arrives in comic shops today. Read on to find out if the graphic novel was on target.
Greg Pak (Action Comics) and Brett Booth's (Teen Titans) Batman/Superman #5 will not only be," printed in a special horizontal storytelling format", but will also feature the debut of an all-new Toymaster! Hit the jump for a first look at the issue.
The fourth installment of DC Comics' new web series, DC All Access features Dan DiDio, Teen Titans Go!, a Man of Steel blu-ray giveaway and more. Plus, news on David Ramsey's Arrow character Diggle, making the jump from television to the New 52.
Now that Carol Danvers goes by Captain Marvel, I guess we needed a new "Ms." on the block, and that's exactly what we're getting in Kamala Khan -- a teenager from New Jersey who also happens to be Muslim. Click on for the teaser pics and some more details.
A preview for this week's issue of Earth 2 has been made available. Be forewarned that it contains a HUGE spoiler.
While Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's Batman has very much focused on the battle between the Caped Crusader and the Red Hood, John Layman and Jason Fabok's Detective Comics #24 gives us an even better idea as to what exactly Detective Jim Gordon was up to during the events of "Zero Year"!
Swamp-Thing has completed his latest evolution, but will it be enough to take down Seeder once and for all? The solicitation promises a twist ending which will change everything, so hit the jump for a first look at Charles Soule and Jesus Saiz's Swamp-Thing #25!
Think positive right!? Many are upset and confused with the change(Including myself) but even though we know in our hearts it's a bad thing let's focus on how this could turn out well in the long term.
In the extra-sized Green Arrow #25, Oliver Queen finally returns from the island only to be plunged straight into the events of Batman's "Zero Year" in Gotham City! How will the vigilante cope with Killer Moth? Hit the jump for a first look at the latest issue of the critically acclaimed series!
Lex Luthor has gotten his hands on Jimmy Olsen, and proceeds to tell him how he believes the likes of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman will meet their respective makers! Hit the jump for a first look at Scott Snyder (Batman) and Jim Lee's (Justice League) Superman Unchained #4!
Years after the events of The Killing Joke, Barbara Gordon reunites with The Joker face-to-face for the first time! Is this hardcover collection of those events as emotionally impactful as it promised to be? See my take after the jump!