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THE HONOR ROLL: December 6, 2017 Releases

THE HONOR ROLL: December 6, 2017 Releases

It’s all winding down. The end of it all. Well, the end of the year. But did the comics stop? Nope. We have great spoiler-filled picks for you to check out, so let’s get to it. JUSTICE LEAGUE #34 – Doug Zawisza From the opening Roll Call to the final page of two super friends

HOT FIVE: Week Of December 6, 2017

Welcome to Comicosity’s Hot Five. Hot Five is a short list of the top books we think you’ll want to be checking out. Be they new title launches, key issues or just continuing stories from some of the industry’s most acclaimed books, this list is your guaranteed gold in the comic market. BATMAN #36 Written

Interview: Priest Takes the Wheel with JUSTICE LEAGUE

He’s no stranger to the World’s Greatest Super-Heroes, but has been running with a more troubled anti-hero of late… now, Deathstroke writer Priest takes on the Justice League with tomorrow’s issue #34, teaming with another veteran creator, artist Pete Woods. Priest was on hand to chat extensively about his plans for the team, how they


JUSTICE LEAGUE #32 Written by Robert Venditti Art by Liam Sharp, Adam Brown, Richard Starkings, and Jimmy Betancourt Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 1, 2017 If this were the 1980s, when comic book events drove merchandising opportunities, the “Bats Out of Hell” storyline would be filling holiday toy catalogs for years to come.

Exclusive Preview: JUSTICE LEAGUE #28

DC Comics has shared with Comicosity its EXCLUSIVE preview for next week’s Justice League #28. Scroll down to view the full sized preview images. JUSTICE LEAGUE #28 Written by Bryan Hitch Art by Fernando Pasarin, Batt, Brad Anderson, Richard Starkings, and Jimmy Betancourt Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 8, 2017 “LEGACY” part three!

Tugging at the Strings: A Guide to DC REBIRTH Threads

It’s been about 13 months since DC Comics released its 80-page giant of a comic declaring a brand new era for DC Comics. 13 months since writer Geoff Johns bid adieu to writing monthly comics after a five year run on Justice League, nine years re-imagining the entire Green Lantern mythos, two separate runs (no