What is it with John Constantine and cats? There is quite a history between them, that it is worth checking in with today's DC Comics titles.
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Thirty yeras ago, Superman died. DC was pushed to third place in the comics market by Image, and was looking for a chance to make it back.
Unveiling the stirring showdown in Batman: The Brave and the Bold #5. Originality? You'll need a Bat-searchlight to find it.
In Penguin #2, Cobblepot busts a gut (and maybe a few heads) getting the 'Help'. Urgent job postings or mafia tryouts? You decide.
Rubber band man goes missing, tensions are high and the soul of Dakota City is up for grabs in Static: Shadows of Dakota #6. Another Tuesday, another crisis.
In Batman/Catwoman: The Gotham War: Battle Lines, Catwoman telld Batman how she had changed Gotham in the two months he was away.
The 4th of October sees the release of G.O.D.S. #1, from Marvel, Transformers #1, from Image and Batman #138, from DC Comics.
In WildCATs #11, the team's down in the dumps. One less 'Cat in the bag and the other's a traitor! Fun times.
It's not just a new secret identity name that Power Girl is sporting, she's also been getting new super powers to add to the list.
Blue Earth first appeared in Action Comics #1051, an anti-Superman and "human supremacist" activist group with terrorist leanings.
Detective Comics #1074 hits the stands. Will Batman get a firm grip on his inner demons, or will he be dragged into the fiery pits of hellacious clichés?
Last week's Wonder Woman #1 by Tom King, Daniel Sampere and Tomeu Morey hit with an impact, radically remaking the landscape in the DCU.
See Batman wrestle with his issues between battering crooks and hooting owls in Batman Beyond: Neo-Gothic #3!
Tough times ahead for shutterbugs! Watch as the world of photography and heroics collide in Tales of the Titans #3.
This week in Spirit World #5, the Collective wants to super-size its soul meal. Who knew the afterlife could resemble a fast-food horror?
The original graphic novel Barkham Asylum by Yehudi Mercado and the TPB edition of Nubia and the Amazons have had all orders cancelled,
Parallax is back in town, and guess what? It's still Green Arrow #4's problem! Did anyone really think dying wouldn't come with cost?!
Last week's Wonder Woman #1 by Tom King, Daniel Sampere and Tomeu Morey hit with a bang, and DC have announced a second printing
Big 3 was a Fox anthology inspired by DC's New York World's Fair 1940, this issue featuring Blue Beetle by Robert Kanigher and Al Carreno.
Spoilers! Conner Kent, is the current Superboy of the DC Universe, and whose current story recently ran in Superboy: Man Of Tomorrow.
Harley Quinn #32 will take you on a road trip from Knight Terrors to real-world nightmares. Discover who's back for more!
This week sees the publication of a new Power Girl comic book series from DC Comics, by Leah Williams, Eduardo Pansica and Julio Ferreira.
Batman/Catwoman: The Gotham War - Red Hood #1 introduces more Bat-family fractures. Jason Todd's destiny or just melodrama?
In Unstoppable Doom Patrol #6, we've got incoming! Get ready for the so-called Flex Force. Can they save the day, or will the general triumph?
The Bleeding Cool Bestseller List puts Amazing Spider-Man #34 at the top, beating Predator Vs Wolverine, Uncanny Spider-Man & Wonder Woman
Stolen comics include Amazing Fantasy #15, House Of Secrets #92, X-Men #1, Avengers #1, Daredevil #1, Amazing Spider-Man #1, 36, 238 and 300.
With Power Girl #1, take a ride down memory lane...literally. Pack your bags for a globe-trotting Kryptonian family reunion!
Fables #160 has a new publication date of the 17th of October 2023, when the original on-sale date was the 4th of April....
A new Golden Age or a Super-family meltdown? Check out our preview of Action Comics #1057 for the highs, lows, and straight-up bizarre.
Flash #1 has our speedy hero racing towards existential dread faster than the speed of light. Will there be speed bumps?