This, along with Batman #8, is a lead-in to the Bat-family cross-over event “Night of the Owls”. Check out the synopsis and some preview images below. You can pick this up today.
Out of all of the series DC rebooted Scott Snyder’s Batman is easily one of the best. Check out the official synopsis and some preview images of this issue below. You can pick this up tomorrow.
Captain Atom, which is another series I’ve sadly yet to check out, has its third issue coming this Wednesday. Check out the synopsis and some preview images below.
Scott Snyder, of American Vampire, has been writing the new Batman series, and I’m sad to say I haven’t had a chance to read it yet. Regardless of that, here’s a preview of Batman #3. This issue will be released this Wednesday, 11/16.
DC released this trailer for their New 52 the other day and it’s pretty cool. It doesn’t really much for the comics though, it pretty much just tells you what titles are going to be available. Blastr, where I first saw it, said they should make clips like this for some of their titles setting them up likes movies. I couldn’t agree more, that could be huge for the series.
Check out the trailer below, and I think I said this before, but I am going to be doing a brand new show called “52 Pick-Up” where I read and talk about all of the issues from the new 52.
Animal Man is going to be one of DC’s “new 52″. This issue doesn’t come out until September 7th, but check below for the official DC synopsis and an early look at some pages from the issue.
Issue 102 of Fables starts a five-part series called “Super Team”. Here are the covers, by Joao Ruas, for the first three issues. The first cover is above, the other two are below. If you’d like an explanation of just exactly what to expect from “Super Team” you can find that here.
The sixth of six issues in this series, which will be released later today. Check out the official synopsis and some preview images below the cut.
Yes, Chloe Sullivan, Clark Kent’s best friend, sidekick, and could-have-been awesome girlfriend finally arrives in Action Comics because DC continues its trend of taking the characters created for TV and using them in the comics. I like when good decisions like this happen, primarily because they’re so rare. I remember them claiming they were going to do this a few years ago and they never did, which I felt was a damn shame. Clark needs a bit more in terms of supporting cast. Lois, Perry and Jimmy are cool and all, but for God’s sake, I think we’ve heard enough from them for a while. Let’s do what we can to keep this Superman progress rolling. Which we desperately need. Chloe’s all I really ever loved from Smallville. So if anything is to come from that show it may as well be this.
I don’t know much about the current story arc in Action Comics other than it’s following Lex Luthor. Check out the official synopsis and some preview images of this issue that releases next Wednesday under the cut
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