Robert Greenberger highly recommends DC’s upcoming Gotham Central Omnibus by Greg Rucka, Ed Brubaker, Michael Lark, and others.
Highlights This Week: Creators Amanda Connor and Jimmy Palmiotti team up again for a new bi-monthly team-up book starring Harley Quinn and anyone from the vast pantheon of the DC Universe in Harley’s Little Black Book #1. And, the special guest star in the first issue? Wonder Woman!
KC Carlson looks back at his beginnings as a comic collector and gives thanks.
Westfield’s Wayne Markley takes a look at some of Marvel’s All-New, All-Different titles including Astonishing Ant-Man, The Uncanny Inhumans, Captain America: Sam Wilson, and more!
Highlights This Week: With the release of last week’s Batman Europa #1 (of 4) it’s two weeks in a row for major new Batman releases! This week, nearly 30 years after the release of The Dark Knight Returns, and almost 15 after its sequel, The Dark Knight Strikes Again, Frank Miller is coming back to DC comics for a third installment in his series of stories about an older Batman in a world of corruption. Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 (of 8) finds Miller co-writing the mini- series with Brian Azzarello and Andy Kubert providing the art along with longtime Miller collaborator Klaus Janson.
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Westfield’s Wayne Markley looks at three outstanding new releases from Yoe Books/IDW Publishing; Walt Kelly’s Fairy Tales, Ghosts and Girls of Fiction House, and Haunted Horror Vol. 3: Pre-Code Comics So Good They’re Scary.
Rick Remender, the popular writer of such comics as Black Science, Fear Agent, Captain America, and many others, discusses his new book from Dynamite, Devolution.
Beau Smith has a question about superhero comics and he wants your answer. Yes, you.