I just don’t see where you can go wrong with this issue. Here’s our review for Aquaman #37.
Tagged: DC comics
Taking a look at the imprint’s legacy and future as well as DC’s overall history with cutting edge and experimental titles
Kingdom Come, All-Star Superman, The New Frontier and more will be added to the imprint.
A solid reintroduction of a fan-favorite, Golden Age era character as Simone and Melo bring Plastic Man #1 to readers.
I cannot believe it’s been 30 freakin’ years! But it has been, and we can read them all over again as Vertigo to re-release SANDMAN.
The next big thing at DC Comics has been revealed as DC Comics Reveals Top Secret Project due out in September 2018 from King and Mann.
This is a major shakeup at DC, and we have no idea where things will go from here.
Deftones frontman Chino Moreno drops solo track, ‘Brief Exchange’. Inspired by DC comics Dark Nights: Metal, the second release after, ‘Red Death’.
For the imprint’s 25th anniversary this year, the Vertigo Imprint is relaunching with 7 new titles set to debut later this year.
Sean Murphy wraps his amazing Elseworlds Batman story with style as this brilliant series comes to a close.
The first week of June, has quite a few Marvel #1s, a Justice League reboot, and lots of new Indy books debuting. Our super staff have been picking through the trades to recommend the best of the best for June 6th, 2018.
Solo and Lando in both the movies and the comics, No Justice wraps, Hanna-Barbera crossovers, a truly amazing Spider-Man issue, Bendis on Superman, a special guest, and so much more.
Get the kids, pack up the car, and head north.
Being bad feels really good!
Brian Michael Bendis debuts the mini series that will lead into his Superman run! Is it any good, or are our fears justified? Find out in this review for The Man of Steel #1!
June is a huge month for comic books, and we found 20 things you need to know about.
These Hanna-Barbera crossovers have been great, and we got an early look at one of them.
The guys get into some toy talk, some Speedsters, and a writing wrapping up a chapter on his career.
A new series and some new threads for Selina.
Snyder, Williamson and Tynion continue their merry Justice League romp! Does it succeed in all it wants to? Or does it fall on its face? Find out in this review for Justice League: No Justice #2!
The kids ARE alright! It appears that the sons of Superman and Batman (wait…that sounds weird…) are returning.
I think Clark may be in some serious trouble.
This is a trend I think everyone is loving!
How long before we got even more Bat-Family members?
I mean, we all knew this already, but this really brings things home.
DC’s biggest jerk-off from the future will continue to trash things in only the way he can.
We have more info than we had before…but we still want more.
These out-of-continuity Batman stories are really going over well.
In the wake of the Titans announcement, Greg Berlanti slates a new superhero drama following the Doom Patrol. Jeremy Carver is set to write the series based on the DC characters originally written and drawn by Arnold Drake, Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani.
The Justice League is going to get beat up. But what else is knew?