It All Hits the Fan in this issue! Wonder Woman Vs. Orion Vs. Milan while The First Born unleashes his full power on the Frost Creatures of Zeus!
The Joker is targeting all of Batman's closest allies, and he plans on taking down Dick Grayson AND Haly's Circus in this first look at Wednesday's Nightwing #16, a "Death Of The Family" tie-in, from the creative team of Kyle Higgins and Eddy Barrows!
"H'El On Earth" continues as Superman's misguided little cousin is forced to help the Kryptonian villain defend against members of The Justice League. First up, The Flash! Check out a four page preview of this month's Supergirl #16 after the jump.
Though he's not featured in the following preview, Baz will guest-star in this Wednesday's issue of Green Lantern Corps #16. However, after the jump, you can see how both Guy Gardner and John Stewart are dealing with "Rise of the Third Army".
The April solicitations for DC Comics revealed two cancellations on the horizon which means two new titles will debut in May. There's an announced Superman title that's likely to be one of the new books but what about the other?
This May, on Free Comic Book Day, DC has a special Superman offering featuring Geoff Johns, Richard Donner, Scott Snyder and Jim Lee all in one comic book. Read on for more details on the project.
"Throne of Atlantis" continues in next week's issue of Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis' Justice League. The United States has suffered several horrific attacks from Atlantis and now Aquaman finds himself taking on his fellow team members Batman and Wonder Woman. Check it out!
As "Rise of the Third Army" nears its conclusion, B'dg the Squirrel tracks down Baz in order to begin his training as a member of the Green Lantern Corps. Hit the jump for a first look at Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke's Green Lantern #16!
Who's on the menu at the Joker's Bat Reunion?
Batman #16 was a real, ahem, "shocker" and in this first look at Greg Capullo's pencils from issue #17, we see the Caped Crusader battling out with the Clown Prince of Crime in the final chapter of Scott Snyder's "Death of the Family".
As most remember, Reverse-Flash was responsible for bring forth the New 52 in the Flashpoint arc. Flash writers Francis Manapul & Brian Buccellato talked recently about bringing him into The New 52, costume updates, and if Barry would remember him from the events of Flashpoint.
It's a big week for DC's big Batman event, Death Of The Family. The titles that will be making their way on to the shelves of your local comics store include, Batman #16, Batman And Robin #16, and Batgirl #16. Click here to check out my take on these titles.
Throughout the 20th century and the early years of the 21st century, we've seen several great heroes fall into a void. These heroes were the predecessors to the majority of the heroes we know today, but for some reason or another they've fallen into a nexus in which they currently don't belong to any comic book universe. These are the Properties I believe DC should purchase and return to the main stream.
Spinning out of the events of Green Lantern: New Guardians Annual #1, next week will see the release of Threshold #1. The first issue will feature the likes of Jediah Caul (the disgraced Green Lantern), Larfleeze and The Star Rovers. Check it out!
As "Death of the Family" continues, The Joker has sprung his trap for the Caped Crusader in Arkham Asylum. Hit the jump for a first look at Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's shocking intro to issue #16 of their critically acclaimed Batman series.
The first issue of the comic series leading up to Netherrealm Studios DC comics themed fighter is now available.
In the solicitation for Earth-2 #11 we get our first glimpse at the New 52's Dr. Fate but there will also be other heroes making their debut as well. I have one likely guess, continue on to see who I think it could be.
If "The New 52" reboot had never happened, this April would have seen Detective Comics reach #900. Well, contrary to expectations, DC aren't reverting to the original numbering, but they ARE releasing a special oversized issue. Read on for details!
This is complete speculation for now, but one half of the gatefold covers for April's Batman & Robin #19 definitely teases a different - or at least a differently costumed - Robin alongside The Caped Crusader. Check out the cover and a brief solicitation after the jump..
It's a new Secret Society against the likes of Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Hawkman and more in Geoff John's Justice League of America. Plus, Superman at the mercy of kryptonite belonging to a 'dangerous' adversary. And Wonder Woman versus Orion of the New Gods in issue #19 of Brian Azzarello's run.