DC has some great stuff in store for fans very soon, and we’ve got the details. Here’s covers and briefs for DC Comics solicits for April 2020.
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DC Comics is still celebrating 80 years of classic characters, and it’s a solid idea. Now we’re getting a THE JOKER 100-Page Spectacular. The Joker 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 Celebrates Eight Decades of Chaos, Mischief, and Mayhem with Batman’s Greatest Enemy...
Every good fantasy is so confusing that you need a reference manual to keep track, and now we are getting it with a THE LAST GOD Sourcebook.
DC Comics and Black Label, along with writer/artist Daniel Warren Johnson, are doing this right! Here’s the WONDER WOMAN: DEAD EARTH #2 Preview.
DC Comics is doing so much great stuff with these young reader graphic novels, and this one looks cool too. Here’s some details on GREEN LANTERN: LEGACY.
If the Tom King era means anything to anyone, as much as you’d like to ignore it, it’s this death. Here’s the PENNYWORTH RIP #1 First Look.
The next DC Comics character to get the special treatment for a big birthday has been announced, and it’s a CATWOMAN 80th Anniversary Spectacular.
This is just a gorgeous looking series, and it continues to please the eyes. Check out the Joker/Harley: CRIMINAL SANITY #3 first look.
The Tynion era continues on DC Comics’ flagship title, and things just keep getting weirder. Here’s the BATMAN #88 First Look.
Two big titles from DC Comics have sold out so the publisher is sending them back for more.
The new era continues as YOUR Batman writer Janes Tynion IV continues to give fans what they want. Here’s the BATMAN #87 First Look.
Based on the art of Joseph Michael Linsner and sculpted by Sam Greenwell, we take a good look at this Harley Quinn PVC Rebirth Diorama.
Two of DC Comics Best of 2019 Get Love as FAR SECTOR #1 and THE LAST GOD #1 Second Printings Announced
Great news as two of the coolest books of last year are coming back for more this year as Far Sector #1 and The Last God #1 second printings are on the way.
The premiere team at DC Comics has lead one of the best comic book series on shelves, but now it’s a new era.
Horror comics are all the rage, DC Comics Black Label is taking advantage of that popularity and now we have the DAPHNE BYRNE Trailer.
Writer Tom Taylor is taking this team into new territory, and no one is safe. Here’s the SUICIDE SQUAD #2 first look from DC Comics.
DC Comics has a big anniversary issue coming out very soon, and everyone is getting in on that action with WONDER WOMAN #750 Retailer Variant Covers.
One of the best damn toy makers in the land is taking a stab at one of the coolest parts of any shared universe with these DC Multiverse Action Figures.
The Elseworlds story continues to great impact as Sean Murphy is one of the best in the biz. Here’s our Batman Curse of the White Knight #4 review.
There’s a new Wonder Woman graphic novel coming out very early next year, and now there’s a WONDER WOMAN: WARBRINGER Trailer.
The multi-year epic os over, but did the (late) finale have a quality payoff? The guys ask and answer that question on Cantu Manchu Review Crew – Episode 5.
One of the biggest surprises of the 2019 comic book year is getting some dope figures, and now you can pre-order the DCeased Action Figures.
Hill House Comics, the horror line over at DC Comics, has another series debuting soon, so get hype with the THE LOW, LOW WOODS Trailer.
DC has some great stuff in store for fans very soon, and we’ve got the details. Here’s covers and briefs for DC Comics solicits for March 2020.
It’s Christmas time, so naturally it’s time to review a Christmas Comic! But will Batman Noel be a fun and cool present or just some coal in the stocking?
In an attempt to sell more comics and “give the fans what they want”, WONDER WOMAN and THE FLASH return to legacy numbering.
Visit a world where being a Scrooge is a crime!
Rest Assured- It’s Not a Swamp Thing Reboot!
DC Comics is pulling out all of the stops for the upcoming landmark issue of Wonder Woman, and now there are WONDER WOMAN #750 Decade Variants.
After a few rough years of DCU tales, John Constantine comes back to the more mature side of things. Here’s our review for John Constantine: Hellblazer #1.