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Transmycira: ALL STAR BATMAN #9

Transmycira: ALL STAR BATMAN #9

ALL STAR BATMAN #9 Written by Scott Snyder Art by Jock, Lee Loughridge, Francesco Francavilla Published by DC Comics Release Date: April 19, 2017 “The future of regulation is demonology.” Cory Doctorow, Internet of Things that Lie There’s a rich sense of poetic justice to an arc all about fitting new lenses onto classic villains

Review: ALL-STAR BATMAN #6

ALL-STAR BATMAN #6 Written by Scott Snyder Art by Jock, Francesco Francavilla, and Matt Hollingsworth Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 11, 2017 After the exciting conclusion of the “MY OWN WORST ENEMY” storyline, it appears evident that Snyder’s ability to craft new ways of showcasing classic bat-rogues continues to both entertain and impress

TRADE WAITING: The Week of July 22, 2015

It’s Monday, which means another look at some of the hottest trade paperbacks, collected editions, and graphic novels in this week’s “Trade Waiting” – your weekly spotlight of five noteworthy comic book collections that are being released to stores this Wednesday and why you should watch out for them! VERTIGO CMYK TP Written by Various

DC Comics Announces COMING OF THE SUPERMEN, SUPERMAN: AMERICAN ALIEN & More

During today’s panel at COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL: SAN DIEGO 2015, fans were treated to a Fortress of Solitude-sized dose of news about the Man of Steel. The panel kicked off with comic book legend Neal Adams announcing his plans for COMING OF THE SUPERMEN, scheduled for November. In this six-issue limited series, fans can expect the

TRADE WAITING: Week of June 24, 2015

t’s Monday, which means another look at some of the hottest trade paperbacks, collected editions, and graphic novels in this week’s Trade Waiting – your weekly spotlight of five noteworthy comic book collections that are being released to stores this Wednesday and why you should watch out for them! FIVE GHOSTS DELUXE ED HC VOL

Second Printing Coming for Snyder & Jock’s WYTCHES #2

“These weren’t going to be the bulbous nose, broom-riding Halloween caricatures. These witches are a cannibalistic, skeletal race that hide in the forest, gifting their naturalistic powers to greedy folk who pledge other people in exchange. And those poor saps are doomed to be food for the creatures.” —NEW YORK DAILY NEWS The second issue

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